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Miu Hirano(Miu Hirano,2000 May 4 -) isShizuokaNumazu Citybirth,YamanashiChuo CityBackgroundof,JapanGirlsTable tennisplayer. Height 158 cm, weight 45 kg.. Right shakebackbackDrive type.ITTFWorld rankingThe highest rank is 5th (July 2017).RankIs 8 steps.T League TheNippon Life Red ElfAffiliation.Ohara Gakuen High Schoolgraduate. Management isCross Bee[Source required].Yuto MuramatsuCousin,World championshipWe have participated in international competitions such as.
From childhood to 4 years oldAll Japan Championship-Bambi sectionParticipation. In small 2Junior sectionParticipation / victory. Participated in all 3 events in 4rd grade. It attracted attention by breaking a number of youngest records such as winning general women's singles in elementary school 4.
In junior high school, he was mainly active in doubles. The same grade that formed a combinationMito ItoIs a friend and rivalryMiumiWas nicknamed. The youngest in 2014ITTF World TourWon,World Tour Grand FinalWon the championship. Also in 2016World Junior ChampionshipGroup victory inHina Hayata,Kato MiyuTogether withWomen's table tennis golden generationAlso called one of.
2016 Rio OlympicsAfter losing the election, he is also active in singles. At the youngestWorld CupとAll Japan ChampionshipWon the championship. 2017 isAsian ChampionshipWon the championship for the first time in 21 years as a Japanese playerWorld championshipHe won the medal for the first time in 48 years as a Japanese player.2020 Tokyo OlympicsFirst inSpain national athleteI was nominated as a (group) and won a silver medal.
2000 May 4ToShizuokaNumazu CityBorn in.. The real name "Miu" isspace shuttle-EndeavorThe parents who were impressed by the successful launch ofBeautyNewYuNamed from "Sora".. 2 years oldYamanashiNakakoma DistrictTatomi Town(Current:YamanashiChuo City) Live in.. Around this time, I attended an English conversation class once a week..
"Hirano Talent Education and Research Center Table Tennis Research Department (Taku Hiraoka)" taught by my mother, starting with table tennis at 3 years and 5 monthsI also put a table tennis table on the second floor of my grandfather's home where I spent up to the fifth grade of elementary school and hone my skills.. Debuted at the former Tatomi Town Large Ball Table Tennis Tournament in April 2004.. July,All Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipsBambi sectionYoungest participation in history.. October 2005 issueTable tennis kingdomTo decorate the cover of, FormerAi FukuharaLike, I was good at table tennis from an early age, and when I was about to lose, I cried and regretted it.MediaIt was called "The Second Ai-chan" and became famous. From April 2Central City Tatomikita Elementary SchoolGo to. AlsoTakuji NishimuraFormer girlRepresentation from JapanDirected by the directorTokyo Fuji UniversityI participated in the table tennis club several times a year from the first grade of elementary school until I graduated... July,Bambi sectionThen.Ai FukuharaSince then, he has become the second first grader winner in history.. August 2009Junior sectionIn the second grade of elementary school, Ai Fukuhara's youngest appearance and victory record was set.. AlsoHopes Japan National TeamThe youngest convened in the training camp.. JulyTokyo ChampionshipSet the record for the youngest victory in the tournament.
From March 2009Osaka Based inMiki HouseBelonging to the team "MIKI HOUSE JSC" to hone the skills of going alone.. Also the coach is the originalWorld rankBecame 5th.. JulyTurnip sectionWon. August 2010All Japan ChampionshipSet the youngest record for the 4th full entry.. August at Hong Kong Junior & Cadet OpenITTFSponsored debut. The result was the best 32 for Cadet Women's Singles and the best 32 for Women's Doubles. January 2011All Japan ChampionshipIn general singles, he won at 11 years and 10 months, breaking the record for Ai Fukuhara's youngest victory for the first time in 9 tournaments (10 minutes later).Mito ItoUpdated).. JulyAsian ChampionshipLeave a record of 30th out of 18 in the women's representative selection.. JulyEast Asia Hopes Table Tennis ChampionshipsWon the singles and won the group.. JulyCadet DepartmentWinner under 13 years old. August 2012Junior sectionMade it to the final with the second elementary school student since Fukuhara.. In SeptemberJapan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentFirst appeared at the age of 11.. JulyEast Asia Hopes Table Tennis ChampionshipsXNUMXnd place in singles and XNUMXst place in group.. JulyCadet DepartmentWinner under 14 years old.
Active in the world
Mito ItoWomen's Doubles with January 2013All Japan ChampionshipThe youngest victory in the tournament, MarchITTF World TourHe was the youngest player to reach the podium at the Qatar Open.MiumiWas nicknamed.. In April, entered the JOC Elite Academy in the first year of junior high school. Coach becomes Liu Jie, a member of JOC Elite Academy.. JulyITTFWon the Junior Circuit Korea Cadet Women's Singles.. In MayWorld Junior ChampionshipWon second place in the group.
January 2014 (1 years old),Junior sectionFinished in 2nd place again, following the year before last.. July,Japan Top 12Then he was the youngest to advance to the final but lost.. In the same month, he won the women's doubles at the World Tour Germany Open, and Hirano, who was 13 years old and 350 days old, became the third record.. In addition, the total age of the two (2 years 27 days) is the youngest record in historyGuinness World RecordsCertified by.. He won the Spanish Open the following week and won his second victory. Even in singles, advanced to the final, formerWorld championshipQueen'sGuo Yu( Chugoku) Breaks the youngest record in history to advance to the final at the age of 15 for the first time in 11 years(Next weekHina HayataIs updated). Held in Chongqing in MayChinese Super LeagueBelonging to the same elite academy from Japanese to the Henan team in Henan province of the A-League, which is a subordinate organization ofYuma HamamotoParticipated in the race with 2 wins and 1 loss in singles and 3 wins and 1 loss in doubles... The 9th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships held in September (India, India)Mumbai) Participated in the Cadet Women's Group with a trio of Mima Ito and Hina Hayata, defeating China in the final and winning the championship..Asian GamesToAi FukuharaSince then in junior high schoolRepresentation from JapanChosen by, In the group finalZhu Yuling( Chugoku) And the team was also a silver medal.. First victory at Russia Open Under 11 in November.. In December, the World Junior Championships were silver medals for both women's doubles and groups..ITTF World Tour Grand FinalThen, in the women's doubles, Guo Yue was the youngest Japanese player in history to overtake the 15-year-old and won the championship for the first time through men and women..
In March 2015 (3 years old), won the Spanish Open U14 Singles Final over Makoto Ito..53rd World Championship Individual CompetitionThen.Representation from JapanBoth singles and doubles were selected, Just beforeAll Japan ChampionshipWon two consecutive titlesSayaka Hirano-Kazumi IshikawaNo pair was electedMiki HouseWas to submit a protest statement.. Singles lost the third round in this tournament, Doubles lost in the second round.. Won the doubles at the Korea Open in July.
Rio Olympics, world championship defeat setback
Ranked 2015th in the world ranking on September 9, 2 (14 years old)Kazumi Ishikawa,Ai Fukuhara,Mito ItoBecause it was the fourth Japanese afterRio OlympicsLost from the women's group representative and became a substitute player for the group competition.. ContinueAsian ChampionshipIs the 4th round of singlesLiu Poon( Chugoku) Lost.. Women's doubles, even in the finals in groupsChen dream( Chugoku) And both were runners-up.. Won the Polish Open Under 10 in October.. In addition, the coach will become sharper Nakazawa.. JulyGrand finalWomen's Doubles in the finalPolite, ( Chugoku）Zhu Yuling( Chugoku) Lost to the group and missed the second straight victory.
January 2016 (1 years old, 15rd year middle school student),All Japan ChampionshipIn the general club women's singles, it was a match against Mima Ito, who lost 1 win and 7 losses in the semifinals, but she defeated straight and advanced to the final in the youngest in history., I was worried about flash photography and lacked concentration, and was defeated by Kasumi Ishikawa.. HoweverWorld championshipThe victory points introduced from the history of the previous year (the players who beat the top 50 in the world ranking are evaluated by the point system)Wakamiya MisakoIt leaked from the representative.Yasukazu MurakamiThe women's national team coach said, "There were many people at the board of directors who said that Miu Hirano, who worked hard at the All Japan Championship, would be okay. (Omitted) I really want to choose. Hirano is growing. However, this victory point Even though we have set up a system, we cannot abandon it and choose from a standpoint. ".. First World Tour Singles Championship at the Polish Open in April.. At the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August, he was unable to participate in the match because he became a substitute player as mentioned above, and served as a training partner for Kasumi Ishikawa and others behind the scenes..
The youngest winner in singles one after another
2016April,PhiladelphiaMade inWorld CupWon the first non-Chinese championship at the age of 16 and the youngest in the history of the tournament.. AlsoJSCof,2020 Tokyo OlympicsSelected as a target for a new business to intensively strengthen young promising players overseas,Chinese Super League OfInner MongoliaJoined Ordos 1980 (Hubei 1980) and fought all over China for a month with 1 wins and 3 losses in singles... July,ITTF Star AwardWon the Breakthrough Starshot Award.. Won the World Junior Championships for the first time in 6 tournaments.Grand finalThen in the singles semifinalHan Inn( Germany) Lost to 3rd place.
2017/1All Japan ChampionshipIn the general club women's singles, he advanced to the final for the second consecutive year, defeating Kasumi Ishikawa, who has won the championship for the third time in a row, 2-3, and won the championship at 4 years and 2 months, the youngest in history... In April 2017Cross BeeConclude a management contract with. Also23th Asian ChampionshipIn the final, the group advanced to the final without dropping even one game until the final.Liu Poon( Chugoku) Lost to runner-up.. And the women's singles ranked first in the world in the quarterfinals on April 4, which was also their birthday.Polite( Chugoku) Is defeated at the end of the full game by reversing while being preceded by 2 games, Second place in the semi-finalsZhu Yuling( Chugoku) To advance to the final, 5th place in the finalChen dream( Chugoku), Won 3-0 (11-9, 11-8, 11-7) straight, 1996 as the youngest and Japanese team playerChie KoyamaIt was the first time in 21 years since then to conquer Asia.[Note 1].. In May54th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchDoubles lost to polite / Liu Shiwen in the third round, Singles in the semifinalsAsian ChampionshipAlthough it was a rematch since then, it was politely defeated 1-4,1969 Munich GamesToshiko Owada,Miho HamadaWon the bronze medal, the first women's singles medal in 48 years since then.. July,World rankingI became the XNUMXth place, which is my highest rank, and became the top Japanese for the first time... July,Youth olympicWon the right to participate. AlsoGermany Open Women's Doubles (PairHina Hayata) Won.
From April 2018, completed JOC Elite Academy one year ahead of schedule and turned professional.Nippon LifeBecome a member.. Held in Halmstad, Sweden in MayWorld Championship Team BattleSo in the semifinalsLiang Xia Gin( Korea) 3-0 and contributed more than the silver medal for the third consecutive tournament.
On January 1th, it was announced that he was appointed as a representative player of the Tokyo Olympics group, and he decided to participate in the first Olympics..
I hurt my back in the second half of July and missed the T-League All-Star match in September, the international tournament held in China in November, and the T-League main match..
All Japan Championship general club women's singles, which became the first actual battle in about 10 months, lost to Miyuu Kihara in the 6th round.
January,WTTMiddle East hub, doubles with Kasumi Ishikawa in the contender tournament, and runner-up with Kasumi Ishikawa in the star contender tournament.
- XNUM X Year X NUM X Month X NUM X Day ShizuokaNumazu CityBorn in
- 2002 YamanashiNakakoma DistrictTatomi Town(Current:YamanashiChuo City) Moved to
- September 2003 Started practicing at "Hirano Talent Education and Research Center Table Tennis Research Department"
- January 2007 Tatomikita Elementary School Admission
- January 2009 MIKI HOUSE JSCBelongs to Yamanashi. There is a practice facility once a monthOsaka Go to
- March 2013 Graduated from Tatomikita Elementary School
- January 2013 Inatsuki Junior High School Admission (Going to Tokyo on the occasion of admission,JOC Elite AcademyBelong to)
- January 2014 China A League,Henan ProvinceJoined Henan
- March 2016 Graduated from Inatsuki Junior High School
- January 2016 Ohara Gakuen High School Admission
- January 2016 Chinese Super League,Inner MongoliaJoined Ordos 1980
- April 2018 Completed JOC Elite Academy one year ahead of schedule, turned professional, and became a member of Nippon Life Insurance Company.
Same ageMito ItoSince childhood, he has made a double spare and has achieved results at international competitions.MiumiWas nicknamed.. The youngest in history in February 2013ITTF World TourOn the podium of the year, Ito, who won the German Open in March 2014, 3 years and 13 days, won in 160, 2002 years and 13 days.Guo YuThe youngest record in history, 13 years old and 350 days old, became the third record.. In addition, the total age of the two (2 years 27 days) is the youngest record in historyGuinness World RecordsCertified by.. He won the Spanish Open the following week and won his second victory at the end of the year.World Junior ChampionshipIn the second place,ITTF World Tour Grand FinalThen won the youngest. 2015 7 Korea Open championship, October ofAsian Championship12nd place, and XNUMXnd place in the Grand Final in December. HoweverRio OlympicsAnd the plain is reserved, Ito will participate in the Rio Olympics, so the pair will be temporarily canceled. After the Rio Olympics, I made a pair again, but the results did not improve at the World Junior Championships in December, "I'm sure each other is stronger in singles, but not in doubles. I feel like I'm doing too many things. That leads to mistakes. I did what I couldn't do before, and in a sense I was stable. But now I'm doing too much. Even if I get points, that's the pattern. I don't know if it's okay, so it doesn't feel right. "(Ito)," It's been a while since I was in the previous team, and that's why I can't do it. There is a feeling that the power of the doubles is on the contrary. It feels like doubles in the front. ”(Hirano) and because they grow rapidly with each other, the combination of doubles collapses.,2017 World ChampionshipIs plainKazumi Ishikawa, ItoHina HayataI decided to form doubles with.
In addition, it is a relationship to work hard as a rival, and at firstBambi section,Turnip sectionMiu Hirano was leading the race, but Mima Ito was the youngest since around 2011.ITTFHe started to stand out, winning the Cadet and Junior Open, and was the youngest to win the World Tour.OlympicBecame a medalist and led the way by winning 6 consecutive wins in a direct confrontation. HoweverRio OlympicsMiu Hirano is the youngest after the defeatWorld Cup-All Japan Championship-Asian ChampionshipHe has been overtaken by winning the championship in Japan and winning four consecutive games in a direct confrontation. Of the 4 singles matches, Miu Hirano has 23 wins and Mima Ito has 8 wins. Among them, the final is 15 times, and the winner is 5 times. Miu Hirano won 12 and Mima Ito won 10 out of 4 races sponsored by the ITTF. Among them, the final is once, and the winner is five times.
Polite( Chugoku) Is2015 World ChampionshipsとRio OlympicsIs winningWorld rankThe first player, the most competitive and the most losing opponent.. From the first match, including the world championship, all straight defeats 7 consecutive times (By the way, even in the 2016 Super League, they lost straight)Was.2017 Asian ChampionshipEven in the quarter-finals, he was driven to the edge of 0-2, but he finally took it in the third game (3 games in total). After that, he took three games in a row while being brought to Deuce and won his first victory in a reversal, gaining momentum and winning the championship... But immediately after54th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchSo, we played in the semi-finals and lost 1-4.. Sponsored by ITTF, 1 win 10 losses in total.
Liu Poon( Chugoku) Is the originalWorld rankIn 1st place, she is a "longing player" who is practicing with an emphasis on how to enter the fore and center of gravity, using her as a model... I haven't won even once yet2017 Asian ChampionshipBut lost in a group.. Sponsored by ITTF, 0 win 5 losses in total.
Kazumi Ishikawa TheAll Japan ChampionshipHe is a player who has won four times. ThatAll Japan ChampionshipIn 2016, he lost in the final and allowed three consecutive victories, but the following year he played in the final again and won his first victory, winning the youngest victory. In total, the ITTF sponsorship is 3 wins and 0 losses. The national national tournament is 4 win and 1 loss, Won the first international tournament 2019-8 in the semifinals at the Czech Open in August 4,
Hitomi SatoAndITTF World TourHirano 5 wins and Sato 2 wins in the final of 3 times. In addition, Hirano, who also won the remaining Polish Open, often competes for victory, such as winning the tour for the first time. There has never been a national national convention. 3 wins and 3 losses in total.
Before being rejected for the Rio Olympics, it was a rally style that emphasized stability, but after becoming a coach, Akira Nakazawa changed the model to a high-speed rally style table tennis that launches aggressive bangs. In addition to the backhand, which he was good at until then, in order to increase the power of the forehand, he actively adopted strength training such as increasing the squat from 15 kg to 37 kg... Also originalWorld rankSecond placeLiu Poon( Chugoku) Was used as a model to improve the form with a low center of gravity, with an emphasis on how to enter the fore and the center of gravity..
Coach Akira Nakazawa said, "I haven't changed the form itself. I changed the order in which I put more effort. It's a flow to move the center of gravity. It has been improved so that it can be used. Until now, it was rather ineffective. It cannot beat the strong Chinese players as it is. The reason why Hirano is able to do high-speed rally is how to ride the center of gravity of the foot and how to use it. I tried to give priority to thinking. Table tennis is fast. In the human body, the most dexterous hand reacts first. Then, the consciousness of the foot is inevitably loosened. All power is the foot. It is transmitted from the top to the top. You can also twist your hips because you have legs. In any play, I made sure to keep the center of gravity in mind before playing. Then, it becomes easier to balance and score continuously. I can do it now. ".
When I was in elementary school, when I finished school, I practiced at Hirano Takuken, which my mother teaches, and also participated in the practice of working adults and high school students, practicing for an average of 1 hours a day..
However, since the model change of the play style, I have been suffering from pain in the right shoulder pain, and in January 2017, I was taking painkillers and taping at the All Japan Championships, and I am challenging with pain in the subsequent tournaments. The 1th World Table Tennis Championships individual match also recurred at the German training camp just before, and the match was played with taping.
yuanHopes Japan National TeamAt the time of convening the first national team training camp, the manager said, "The basic technique of hitting the ball is really solid. Even compared to when Fukuhara and Ishikawa were eight years old, they have something that can be expected from the future." "The game of table tennis I understand (...) I'm thinking of letting the opponent hit instead of just blindly hitting. ".
Japan Table Tennis Association OfMasahiro MaeharaThe Managing Director (currently Vice Chairman)JOC Elite AcademyAt the entrance ceremony, he said, "Plains are the pillar of Japan in the future. It is our mission to raise her.".
前Yasukazu MurakamiThe women's representative director2016 World ChampionshipsIn the representative announcement, "I always said that if I changed to a male coach and really wanted to beat China, I couldn't win with just a control shot. I had to set myself up and gain power with a quick hitting point. I had missed it for a while. I corrected it well and this tournament was successful. I really want to choose. The plains are growing. However, even though I established this victory point system, I abandoned it I can't choose from my standpoint. "
Mika BabaThe women's national team coach is 2017All Japan ChampionshipIn response to the victory, he commented, "The fore has become very strong and sharp, and the ball has become heavier. Also, when I want one here in the game, I can play boldly.".
General Manager of Japan Table Tennis Association Strengthening HeadquartersElite AcademyThe general director's2017 World ChampionshipsAt the time of the representative announcement, "I'm putting in a training camp just thinking about defeating China, she absorbs everything, and the more I do, the stronger I get."Liu PoonIs over. It's okay to become the world champion. ". Also2017 Asian ChampionshipAfter winning the championship, he commented, "I'm getting stronger and faster than I expected. The speed (of play) is absolutely fast. Younger children get stronger with each match.".
Kouki( Chugoku) Chinese women's coach2013 World ChampionshipsImmediately after, he was asked, "Are there any young players who could pose a threat to Chinese women in the future at this tournament?" "In terms of training young players, Japan is relatively advanced and is putting effort into it. This year At the Qatar Open, we have already dispatched players around the age of 14, and in the future they could pose a major threat to us. "(Athletes around the age of 14 who participated in the Qatar Open." They refer to Miu Hirano, Mima Ito, Yui Hamamoto, Miyu Kato, and others. They are the players called the "golden generation" who will bear the future of the Japanese women's team.).. afterwardsAsian Championship"Hirano dominated the match. Her technique is more advanced than us," he said..
4 年 間Junior representativeFrom South Korea who served as a coach for South Korea) IsAsian ChampionshipIn response to the victory, "Hirano was expected to win. Under my guidance, if Mima Ito had a genius skin, Miu Hirano was a hard worker. The two were doubles partners when they were in the middle two. However, I was divided when I was in high school 2. I had a strong sense of rivalry. Hirano, who was a little inferior in ability, had a strong competitive spirit.Asian ChampionshipThen) I think that one day I was thinking of winning Ito. ".
He coached for 1 to 4 years in junior high school, saying, "She was very serious about every practice and every ball. You can see it with your eyes. If there is something I don't understand, I will definitely research it thoroughly. This was something that other players around the same age could not easily see. ".
Both parents are exUniversity of TsukubaTable Tennis Departmentcaptain, Mariko, the mother of a former teacher, has been in the top eight. AlsoPhysicianFatherUniversity of TsukubaAdvance to the second round of the All Japan Championship in the times, The second daughter Sewa, and the third daughter Ako are also table tennis players and table tennis families... Also AkoHopes Japan National TeamSelected for 2016East Asia Hopes Table Tennis ChampionshipsHave participated in.. Grandfather'sYamanashi UniversityHonorary professor OfMathematicianでYamanashi Medical UniversityI was an advisor to the table tennis club, In the spring of 2016Order of the Sacred TreasureHas received the award.Yuto MuramatsuCousin, from Taku HiraokaWorld championshipParticipated in international competitions such as.
- In table tennis playersZhang JieProfessed to be a fan of.
- When winning the World CuptwitterAboveHey! Say! JUMP OfKei InooTweeted that I wanted to meet.
- Nogizaka46I'm a fan of2014 In a fashion magazine around JanuaryMai Shiraishi,Nanase NishinoIt was because I started to be worried about it.. Participating in the handshake event, Nanase NishinoMinami HoshinoI went to see you, Nanase Nishino brought an autographed bag to the match venue,Fashionable ism (Nippon TV) Also made a guest appearance.
- AKB48I'm a fan of9th selection general electionso,NMB48With Azusa UemuraSKE48 OfRaku GotoVoted for. What is Uemura?Tokyo Disney SeaI'm going to.
- According to her motherTable tennisI hate losing at that time, but I usually have a quiet personality and do not want to stand out.
- Same gradeSwimmingAthlete'sRikako IkeBefore the big tournament, there is enough friendship to keep in touch with.
Main results (double spares in parentheses, group members)
Taku Hiraoka era
- 2003 September-Start playing table tennis at 9 years and 3 months
- February 2004- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Bambi Youngest participation (4 years and 2 months)
- February 2004- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Bambi Qualifying league loss 1 win 1 loss (participated in kindergarten younger children one year earlier than Ai Fukuhara)
- February 2005- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Bambi Best 64 (169 participants)
- February 2006- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Bambi Kato MiyuLost to the best 16
- February 2007- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Bambi Kato MiyuWinWin(The victory in the first grade of elementary school is the first achievement in 1 years since Ai Fukuhara)
- October 2008, 7- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Cub Kato MiyuLost to runner-up
- February 2009- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Junior Division Participated in the second grade of elementary school and the best 2 (Ai Fukuhara made the youngest appearance and victory record in the history of the fourth grade of elementary school)
- February 2009-Tokyo ChampionshipYoungest victory in
MIKI HOUSE JSC Yamanashi era
- July 2009-7, 24- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Cub Kato MiyuWinWin
- February 2010- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Participated in the general club at the age of 9, the youngest in history. Mixed Doubles Best 128 ()
- February 2010- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Hopes 3 bit
- August 2010-8 Hong Kong Junior & Cadet Open Cadet Women's Singles Best 2010, Women's Doubles (Mito Ito) Best 8 (ITTFSponsored debut match)
- February 2011- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Hopes Kato MiyuLost to runner-up
- June 2011-8thEast Asia Hopes Table Tennis Championships Women's SinglesMito ItoWinWin, Women's group (Mito Ito-Kato Miyu-Yuka Mimura・)Win
- February 2011- ITTFJunior Circuit 2011 Korea Junior & Cadet Open Women's Cadet Group (Mito Ito-Kato Miyu)3rd place
- February 2011- ITTFJunior Circuit 2011 Chinese Taipei Junior & Cadet Open Cadet Women's Singles Mito ItoLosing to 3rd place, women's cadet group (Mito Ito-Kato Miyu）Win
- February 2011- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Cadet Department under 13 years old Mito ItoWinWin, Women's Doubles () Best 64
- February 2012- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Junior Division First final advance, runner-up
- June 2012-3thTokyo Table Tennis Championships Cadet Department Win
- February 2012- ITTFJunior Circuit 2012 France Junior & Cadet Open Junior Women's Singles 3rd, Women's Doubles ()Win, Women's group (Yuma Hamamoto・・)Win
- July 2012-The 7th Asian Junior Championships Cadet Women's Group (Mito Ito-Yuma Hamamoto)second place
- February 2012- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Hopes Hina HayataLost to 3rd place
- February 2012- ITTFJunior Circuit 2012 Hong Kong Junior & Cadet Open Junior Women's Doubles (Mito Ito), Women's group (Mito Ito-Kato Miyu)3rd place
- June 2012-8thEast Asia Hopes Table Tennis Championships Women's SinglesMito ItoRunner-up, Cadet Women's Group (Mito Ito-Hina Hayata・)Win
- February 2012- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Cadet Department under 14 years oldWin, Women's Doubles () Best 64
- February 2013- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Doubles (Mito Ito) Best 16
- February 2013- ITTF World TourQatar Open Women's Doubles (Mito Ito)3rd place
- March 2013-3th Tokyo Table Tennis Championships Junior Division Mizuki MoriWin and win
- February 2013- ITTFJunior Circuit 2013 Poland Junior & Cadet Open Junior Women's Singles Kato MiyuLosing to 3rd place, Cadet Women's Singles Yuma HamamotoLosing to 3rd place, women's group (Kato Miyu-Yuma Hamamoto）Win
- February 2013- ITTFJunior Circuit 2013 Korea Junior & Cadet Open Cadet Women's Singles Win
- September 2013-9th Asian Junior Championships Cadet Women's Singles 19rd place, Women's Group (Mito Ito-Yuma Hamamoto)second place
- February 2013- All Japan Championship Group Women's group (Mito Ito-Kato Miyu-Yuma Hamamoto)second place
- February 2013- World Junior Table Tennis Championships Women's group (Mito Ito-Kato Miyu-Sakura Mori)second place
- February 2014- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Junior Division Kato MiyuLost to runner-up
- February 2014- Japan Top 12 Table Tennis Tournament second place
- February 2014- ITTF World TourGermany Open Women's Doubles (Mito Ito）Win
- February 2014- ITTF World TourSpanish Open Women's Singles Runner-up, Women's Doubles (Mito Ito）Win
- February 2014- China A LeagueSingles 2 wins 1 loss, Doubles 3 wins 1 loss
- February 2014- ITTF World TourKorea Open Women's Doubles (Mito Ito)second place
- September 2014-9th Asian Junior Championships Cadet Women's Singles 20rd place, Women's Group (Mito Ito-Hina Hayata）Win
- February 2014- Asian Games Women's group (Ai Fukuhara-Kazumi Ishikawa-Sayaka Hirano-Wakamiya Misako)second place
- February 2014- ITTF World Tour Russia Open U21 Women's SinglesWin
- February 2014- ITTF World Tour Swedish Open U21 Women's Singles Hitomi SatoLosing to runner-up, women's doubles (Mito Ito) 3rd place
- February 2014- World Junior Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles Best 8, Women's Doubles (Mito Ito), Group (Mito Ito-Hitomi Sato-Maeda Miyu) second place
- February 2014- World Tour Grand Final Women's Doubles (Mito Ito）Win
- February 2015- All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Doubles (Mito Ito) Best 16,All Japan Table Tennis Championships Junior Division Mito ItoLost to 3rd place
- February 2015- Japan Top 12 Table Tennis Tournament Sayaka HiranoLost to 3rd place
- February 2015- ITTF World Tour Germany Open U21 Women's Singles Hina HayataLost to 3rd place
- February 2015- ITTF World TourSpanish Open U21 Women's Singles Mito ItoWinWin, Women's Doubles (Mito Ito)second place
- February 2015- ITTFJunior Circuit 2015 Mauritius Junior & Cadet Open Junior Women's Singles Win, Cadet Women's Singles Win
- February 2015- 53th World Table Tennis Championship Individual Match Women's Singles, Women's Doubles (Mito Ito) Best 32
- February 2015- ITTFJunior Circuit 2015 Spain Junior & Cadet Open Junior Women's Singles Win, Cadet Women's Singles Win
- February 2015- ITTF World Tour Belarus Open U21 Women's Singles Hitomi SatoLost to runner-up
- February 2015- ITTF World TourKorea Open Women's Doubles (Mito Ito）Win
- February 2015- ITTF World Tour Bulgaria Open U21 Women's Singles Runner-up
- February 2015- Asian Championship Women's Doubles (Mito Ito), Group (Ai Fukuhara-Wakamiya Misako-Saki Tashiro-Mito Ito)second place
- February 2015- ITTF World Tour Polish Open U21 Women's Singles Hitomi SatoWinWin
- February 2015- World Tour Grand Final Women's Doubles (Mito Ito) second place
- February 2016- All Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipsGeneral club women's singles Kazumi IshikawaRunner-up (the youngest player in history to advance to the final)Junior section Hashimoto HonokaLost to 3rd place
- February 2016- ITTF World Tour Kuwait Open U21 Women's Singles 3rd
High School days
- February 2016- ITTF World Tour Polish Open Women's Singles Win
- February 2016- Asian Cup Women's Singles Mito Ito5th place
- February 2016- ITTF World TourCroatia Open Women's Singles Hitomi SatoLost to runner-up
- September 2016-The 9nd Asian Junior Championships Women's Group (Mito Ito・ ・Nagasaki Miyuki) second place
- February 2016- World Cup Women's SinglesWin(First Japanese to win the youngest ever)
- February 2016- Chinese Super League3 wins and 8 losses (singles 3 wins and 7 losses), 31st place for individuals, Team 8th.
- February 2016- World Junior Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles Best 8, Mixed Doubles (Tomokazu Harimoto) Best 8, women's group (Mito Ito-Hina Hayata-Kato Miyu） Win
- February 2016- Grand final Women's Singles Han Inn( Germany) Lost to 3rd place
- February 2017- All Japan Table Tennis Championships General club women's singles Kazumi IshikawaWinWin(The youngest ever winner at 16 years and 9 months)
- February 2017- 23th Asian ChampionshipWomen's SinglesWin(Japanese for the first time in 21 years), Group (Mito Ito-Hina Hayata-Kato Miyu-Hitomi Sato) Runner-up
- February 2017- ITTF World TourKorea OpenWomen's Singles Kazumi IshikawaLost to 3rd place
- February 2017- 54th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchWomen's singles bronze medal (for the first time in 48 years)
- February 2017- ITTF World TourJapan OpenWomen's Singles Chen dreamTorn to the best 8
- February 2017- ITTF World TourChina OpenWomen's Singles Politely Ripped Best 8
- February 2017- Asian Cup Women's Singles Kazumi IshikawaLost to 4th place
- February 2017- ITTF World TourGermany Open Women's Doubles (Hina Hayata）Win
- February 2018- All Japan Table Tennis Championships General club women's singles Mito ItoLost to runner-up
- February 2018- World Cup Women's group runner-up
- February 2018- World Championship Team Battle(Kasumi Ishikawa, Mima Ito, Hina Hayata, Miyu Nagasaki) Runner-up
After graduating from high school
- March 2019 --ITTF Challenge Plus Oman Open Women's Singles Hina HayataLost to 3rd place.
- March 2019 --ITTF World Tour Qatar Open Women's Singles He ZhuojiaLost to the best 16.
- April 2019 --ITTF-ATTU Asian Cup 4th place playoff lost to Doo Hoi Kem 5th.
- February 2019- 55th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchWomen's Singles Politely defeated and the best 8.
- May 2019 --ITTF World Tour China Open Women's Singles Politely defeated and best 5.
- June 2019 --ITTF World Tour Hong Kong Open Women's Singles Lost to Makoto Ito in 6rd place.
- June 2019 --ITTF World Tour Japan Open 6rd place after losing to women's singles Liu Shiwen.
- July 2019 --ITTF World Tour Korea Open Women's Singles Losing to Chen Meng, Best 7, Women's Doubles (Saki Shibata) Best 8.
- July 2019 --ITTF World Tour Australia Open Women's Singles Lost to Makoto Ito, Best 7, Women's Doubles, Saki Shibata) Best 16.
- July 2019-Johor Bahru Tournament Best 7 after losing to Feng Tianwei.
- February 2019- ITTF World TourBulgaria Open Women's Singles Chen KodouLost to the best 16 women's doubles (Saki Shibata) runner-up.
- August 2019 --ITTF World Tour Czech Open Women's Singles Runner-up after losing to Chen Xingtong, Women's Doubles (Saki Shibata) Runner-up.
- September 2019-Asian Championships lost to China to runner-up, women's doubles (Kasumi Ishikawa) 9rd.
- November 2019-World Cup Women's Group Runner-up.
- December 2019-Japan Top 12 runner-up.
- February 2020 --ITTF World Tour Germany Open Women's Doubles (Kasumi Ishikawa) Lost to Chen Meng / Wang Manyu to runner-up.
- February 2020 --ITTF World Tour Hungarian Open Women's Doubles (Kasumi Ishikawa) Defeats Doo Hoi Kem / Lee Ho Ching to win the championship.
- February 2021- WTTMiddle East Hub Contender Doha Women's Doubles (Kasumi Ishikawa) Defeated Chung Satoshi / Chen Szu-Yu to win the championship.
- March 2021 --WTT Middle East Hub Star Contender Doha Women's Doubles (Kasumi Ishikawa) Jeon Ji Hee / Yutaka Shin lost to runner-up.
- February 2021- Tokyo Olympics Women's group runner-up.
- February 2021- 56th World Table Tennis Championship Individual MatchWomen's Singles Chen dreamLost to the best 16, women's doubles (Kazumi Ishikawa）Grandson/Wang ManyuLost to the pair in the quarterfinals.
* Highest grade
- Asian Cup 4rd (2017)
- All Japan Championship Win(2017)
- Japan Top 12 Runner-up (2014)
- World Junior Championship Best 8 (2014, 2016)
- ITTF World Tour U21 Win3 times (2014 Russia / Spain, 2015 Poland)
- ジ ュ ニ ア Win(2015 Mauritius)
- ITTF Junior Circuit Cadet Win(2013 Korea, 2015 Mauritius)
- Asian Cadet Table Tennis Championship 3rd (2013,2014)
- East Asia Hopes Table Tennis Championships Win(2011)
- Junior section Runner-up (2012, 2014)
- Cadet section 14 years old or younger Win(2012)
- Cadet section 13 years old or younger Win(2011)
- Hopes section Runner-up (2011)
- Turnip section Win(2009)
- Bambi section Win(2007)
- World championship Best 16 (2017,2021）
- ITTF World Tour Win4 times (2014 Germany / Spain, 2015 Korea, 2017 Germany)
- ITTF World Tour Grand Final Win(2014)
- Asian Championship second place(2015）
- World Junior Championship Runner-up (2014)
- Asia Junior Table Tennis Championships Best 16 (2016)
- All Japan Championship Best 16 (2013, 2015)
- Cadet Department Best 64 (2011, 2012)
- 2020 Tokyo Olympics Runner-up (2021)
- World championship Runner-up (2018)
- Asian Championship second place(2015,2017）
- Asian Games second place(2014）
- All Japan Championship Runner-up (2013)
- World Junior Championship Win(2016)
- Asia Junior Table Tennis Championships Runner-up (2016)
- Asian Cadet Table Tennis Championship Win(2014)
- East Asia Hopes Table Tennis Championships Win(2011, 2012)
International competition final
*Only general section
Win 3, Runner up 3
|second place||2014.04||World tour・ Spain OP||1-4|||
|Win||2016.04||World Tour Poland OP||4-0|||
|second place||2016.05||World Tour Croatia OP||1-4||Hitomi Sato|||
|Win||2016.10||World Cup||4-0||Cheng I-Ching|||
|Win||2017.04||23th Asian Championship||3-0||Chen dream|||
|second place||2019.08||World tour・ Czech OP||3-4||Chen Kodou|||
Win 7, Runner up 8
|Win||2014.03||World tour・German OP||Mito Ito||3-0||/Partica|||
|Win||2014.04||World Tour Spain OP||Mito Ito||3-2||Ryu Ja/|||
|second place||2014.06||World Tour/Korea OP||Mito Ito||0-3||/Wang Manyu|
|Win||2014.12||ITTF World Tour Grand Final||Mito Ito||4-0||Gzybovska/Partica|
|second place||2015.03||World Tour Spain OP||Mito Ito||2-3||Ai Fukuhara/Wakamiya Misako|||
|Win||2015.07||World Tour/Korea OP||Mito Ito||3-2||Hina Hayata/Hitomi Sato|||
|second place||2015.10||22th Asian Championship||Mito Ito||0-4||Kim Hye Seon[Avoid ambiguity]/Lee Mi Kyung|
|second place||2015.12||World Tour Grand Final||Mito Ito||0-4||Polite/Zhu Yuling|||
|Win||2017.11||World Tour-German OP||Hina Hayata||3-0||/Cheng I-Ching|||
|second place||2019.8||World Tour Bulgaria OP||Saki Shibata||0-3||Gu Yuting/Kiko|||
|second place||2019.8||World Tour/Czech OP||Saki Shibata||1-3||Gu Yuting/Kiko|||
|second place||2019.8||World Tour-German OP||Kazumi Ishikawa||1-3||Chen dream/Wang Manyu|||
|Win||2020.2||World Tour Hungary OP||Kazumi Ishikawa||3-0||Du Kaiju/Li Haoqing|||
|Win||2021.03||WTT Contender Doha||Kazumi Ishikawa||3-0||/|||
|second place||2021.03||WTT Star Contender Doha||Kazumi Ishikawa||0-3||Tian Zhixi/|||
Runner up 6
|second place||2014.10||Incheon Asian Games||0-3||Zhu Yuling|
|second place||2015.10||22th Asian Championship||1-3||Chen dream|
|second place||2017.04||23th Asian Championship||1-3||Liu Poon|||
|second place||2018.05||World Championship Team Battle||0-3||Polite|||
|second place||2018.05||World Championship Team Battle||0-3||Liu Poon|||
|second place||2021.08||Tokyo Olympics||0-3||Wang Manyu|
Domestic tournament final
*Only general section
Win 1, Runner up 3
|second place||2014.03||Japan Top 12||1-4||Saki Tashiro|
|second place||2016.01||All Japan Championship||1-4||Kazumi Ishikawa|
|Win||2017.01||All Japan Championship||4-2||Kazumi Ishikawa|
|second place||2018.01||All Japan Championship||1-4||Mito Ito|
Runner up 1
|second place||2013.10||All Japan Championship||2-3||(Nippon Life）|
List of competition results
S = Women's Singles, D = Women's Doubles, M = Mixed Doubles, T = Group
W = 3st place, F = 4nd place, B = 8rd place, # P = # place (XNUMXth place or less), QF = Best XNUMX, # R = # Round robin defeat, RR = Round Robin defeat
|Years||World championship||World Cup||Grand final||Asian Games||Asian Championship||Asian Cup||All Japan Championship||Top 12|
Chinese Super League
It is the result of singles in the Chinese Super League.
|2016||1980||31||3||7||Kiko 2-3||3-1||Chen dream 0-3||Polite 0-3||Zhu Yuling 2-3||Liu Poon 0-3||Feng Yalan 3-0||3-0||Wang Manyu 0-3||Hu Limei 1-3|
Players with many matches
Other major players
* As of 2020 year
T league results
|Years||Team||Uniform number||Event||Number of matches||victory||defeat||Event||Number of matches||victory||defeat|
|2018-19||Nippon Life Red Elf||#1||Single||8 match||6 wins||2 losses||Doubles||2 match||2 wins||0 losses|
|2019-20||3 match||3 wins||0 losses||3 match||2 wins||1 losses|
|2020-21||10 match||6 wins||4 losses||6 match||5 wins||1 losses|
- Bambi section Participation 4 years old
- Junior section Participation, victory 8 years old
- Tokyo Championship Victory 8 years old
- All Japan Championship General women's singles, women's doubles, mixed doubles, junior, full participation 9 years old 
- All Japan Championship General Women's Singles Victory 10 years 9 months (at that time)
- Japan Top 12 Women's Singles Final Advance 13 years old
- ITTF World Tour Women's Singles Final Advance 13 years old (at that time)
- All Japan Championship General women's singles final advance 15 years old
- World Cup Women's Singles Winner 16 
- All Japan Championship General Women's Singles Winner 16 years 9 months 
- Asian Table Tennis Championship Women's Singles Winner 17 
Guinness World Records
- Youngest winners of an ITTF World Tour Doubles title (combined age)
- "ITTF World Tour Doubles Youngest Winner (Total Age)" Achieved with Mima Ito
- Record:27 years, 145 days (2014 3 年 月 日 30)
Japan new record
- ITTF World Tour Grand Final Doubles victory
- East Asian Hopes Championship2011,2012
- Asian Cadet Championship2012,2013,2014
- Asian Junior Championship2016
- World Junior Championship2013,2014,2016
- Asian Games2014
- Asian Championship2015,2017,2019
- World championship2015,2017,2018,2019
- Asian Cup2016,2017,2018,2019
- World Cup2016,2017,2018,2019
- Butterfly / Tenergy 05 (-January 2017)
- butterfly/Tenergy 64(December 2017-)
WAVE MEDAL SP6
- (2009-March 2013) Born July 3, 1963ChugokuOriginally fromWorld rankHe has won the singles in China in 5th place. in JapanAll Japan Adult ChampionshipWon four times.MIKI HOUSE JSCA coach of the timesYokohamaFrom homeYamanashiI went to the school three or four times a month to train myself. afterwardsKazumi IshikawaTaught.
- (December 2013-July 4)JOC Elite Academycoach.. In charge after entering junior high school. FormerHebei Province, ChinaPlayers.
- (December 2015-)Rio de Janeiro OlympicsIn charge after losing the election. Born in 1978.ChugokuI'm fromHebei ProvincePlay as a team. He came to Japan after retiring and in 2008JapanAcquired nationality.Miki HouseBecame a coach ofKazumi IshikawaFor 6 yearsSayaka HiranoFor a year and a half. From April 2015Japan Table Tennis AssociationBelongs to and becomes a coach of JOC Elite Academy. Since April 2017, she has been a female director (general manager of women)..
- (April 2017-) JOC Elite Academy Coach and Women's National Team Miu Hirano Coach.. PreviouslyNTCI was a sparring partner coach exclusively for table tennis, Late 2017 Returned to Japan due to family circumstances.
- Nippon Life --Main sponsor
- Kawai Juku Manabis(School)
- Kinoshita Group
- Morinaga Confectionery(in jelly）
- Yamanashi Central Bank
- [Source required]
- (November 2019)
- Univer Co., Ltd.
- "Dream Confrontation! The Sports King of Tunnels is me! Special" TV Asahi #7(2006年1月3日)、#15 (2014年1月2日)、#19 (2018年1月2日)、#23 (2022年1月2日)
- "Do short-term training!" Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd. (December 2008, 2)
- "Fashionable ism" Nippon TV # 205 (July 2009, 7), # 19 (September 593, 2017)
- "Cross Road』TV TOKYO # 79 (April 2015, 4)
- "Athlete's soul" NHK BS1 #178 (June 2017, 2)
- "Confidenceman JP" Fuji Television Network, Inc # 09 (June 2018, 6) As Kamoi Miwa
- "63th Japan Record Award" TBS TV (2021)
And many others
- Memories THEATER with Handycam (Sony, 2011)
- Play, Support (Nippon Life, 2017, 2018, 2019)
- Play, Support. "The Power of Support" (Nippon Life, 2021)
- Kawai Juku Manabis, 2018
And many others
- Mariko Hirano, "Miu is Miu. ― A parenting diary that raises dreams and promotes independence ”(2017 ISBN-978 4907838867）
- Table Tennis Pia Miumi Hina / High School Girl Trio (Pia MOOK) (2017,ISBN-978 4835633701）
- Mitsuru Jojima, "Miu Hirano and Makoto Ito, do your best! Ping Pong Girls” (Kodansha 2018 ISBN 978-4-06-287031-3）
- Table tennis kingdom Cover (October 2005 issue), October 2010 issue, October 2014 issue, December issue, October 2017 issue, December issue, December issue, October 2018 issue, October 2021 issue, Table Tennis Kingdom)
- Cover (October 2015 issue), February, June 2017 issue,Japanese table tennis）
And many others
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- ^ Broadcast on January 2017, 1 23:15 --50:19 TBS N StarTV store
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- ^ a b Miu-chan brilliantly shakes off the pressure and breaks through the first round!Table tennis kingdom
- ^ Fly from Chuo City to the world !!Public Relations Chuou January 2013 Issue
- ^ a b Miu Hirano wins the singles! East Asian Hopes TournamentTable tennis kingdom
- ^ All Japan Cadet. Small 5 plain wins for the first time!Table tennis kingdom
- ^ Tears in the Miu final of elementary school XNUMX ... Training in China aiming for the XNUMXth Olympic goldSports Nippon
- ^ Mima Ito's elementary school combination is eliminated / table tennisNikkan Sports
- ^ Mito Ito wins singles! East Asia HopesTable tennis kingdom
- ^ All Japan Cadet, 6th plain wins under 14 years oldTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Miu & Mima Ito XNUMX pairs youngest win / table tennisNikkan Sports
- ^ a b Amazing Miumima! Women's double 3rd place prize!Table tennis kingdom
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- ^ Hamamoto and Hirano win the singles! Korea Junior & CadetTable tennis kingdom
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- ^ Kazuhiro Yoshimura and Miyu Kato will win the junior men and women!Table tennis kingdom
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- ^ Fukuhara Venus hasn't longed for the first time in XNUMX yearsDaily Sports
- ^ Niwa won the first V and Ishikawa won the third. Russia openTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Women's doubles, Hirano / Ito perform close battle but silver medalTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Japanese women, No. 3 Hirano fight well but silver medalTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Miu & Mima Ito, the youngest winner of table tennis, will save 475 million yen while bleeding nosebleeds.Sports Nippon
- ^ Women's doubles plain, Ito group is the first V table tennisNikkan Sports
- ^ Mi Hirano wins the U21 women's table tennisNikkan Sports
- ^ MIKI HOUSE plans to submit a protest statement in the defeat of the Hirano / Ishikawa groupTable tennis kingdom
- ^ 14-year-old Mima Ito enters the top 16 and Hirano politely losesTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Defeat the 1st seed Fukuhara / Wakamiya and North Korea pair!Table tennis kingdom
- ^ Fukuhara defeats Ito to win the Korean OpenTable tennis kingdom
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- ^ Fan Zhendong and Liu Shiwen are V at the Polish Open!Table tennis kingdom
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- ^ Masataka Morizono and Yuya Oshima win the Grand FinalNikkan Sports
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- ^ ITTF Star Award, Miu Hirano wins newcomer award!Table tennis kingdom
- ^ Japan Men and Women Winner Table Tennis World Junior ChampionshipsNikkan Sports
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- ^ Miu Hirano is the first Japanese top, Kasumi Ishikawa is the XNUMXth in the worldDaily Sports
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- ^ Director Kong Linghui "Japan Can Be The Greatest Threat"Table tennis kingdom
- ^ Miu Hirano admits that Chinese director uncapped "her technique is more advanced than us" and the biggest enemyDaily Sports
- ^ "Miu Hirano, Queen of Asia, talked about by Korean teachers “If Misei is a genius skin, Miu is a hard worker””. THE ANSWER (January 2017, 1). 2017/4/24Browse.
- ^ "<Table tennis> The secret of Miu Hirano's strength told by a Chinese coach-Chinese media --Record China”. Record China (December 2017, 6). 2017/6/10Browse.
- ^ Instructor introductionAthletic Trainer Career Support Academy
- ^ ""Nick's Jr Table Tennis Practice Diary"”(May 2009, 1). 2010/1/23Browse.
- ^ Beyond the sister who won the table tennis World Cup! -Viewed October 2017, 4
- ^ 25th East Asian Hopes TournamentJapan Table Tennis Association
- ^ Yamanashi UniversityMerged with Yamanashi University.
- ^ Makoto Square (January 2009, 1). “"Grandfather of genius table tennis girl" Miu Hirano """. 2010/1/23Browse.
- ^ "Who will come to the bride next to Ai-chan? Chinese table tennis players are popular-Hong Kong Mede ... --Record China”. Record China (December 2017, 4). 2017/6/10Browse.
- ^ Miu Hirano V, "I want to meet Inoo-kun"Nikkan Sports
- ^ "Miu Hirano also shows Chinese "Good evening, everyone"". Nikkan Sports (September 2016, 10). 2017/1/1Browse.
- ^ Separate volume Kadokawa April 2016 (Kadokawa Mook vol.4 Separate Volume Kadokawa x Nogizaka595 Mook Series 46st) p.149 --153 From the interview
- ^ Table tennis player Miu Hirano reports participation in Nogizaka46 handshake event Reunited with "God push"Nikkan Sports
- ^ Miu Hirano talks about Nogizaka Mima Ito "like an old man"Nikkan Sports
- ^ Miu is shocked to cancel the AKB general election event "I will watch it live"Daily Sports
- ^ "Ikee, a swimmer of the same year as Miu's victory, also congratulates "Let's do our best to see Miu-chan": Sports Hochi". Sports report (September 2017, 1). 2017/4/17Browse.
- ^ "Rikako Ikee, Triple Crown!To the women's first five crowns "I think it will be the toughest day": Sports Hochi”. Sports Hochi (April 2017, 4). 2017/4/17Browse.
- ^ 17 All Japan Championship Hopes Cub BambiTable tennis kingdom
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- ^ 20 All Japan Table Tennis Championships General / Junior DivisionTable tennis kingdom
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- ^ 22 All Japan Championship Hopes Cub BambiTable tennis kingdom
- ^ 23 All Japan Championship Hopes Cub BambiTable tennis kingdom
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2011 Korea Junior & Cadet Open (2011.8.23-27, Cheongyang-gun)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2011 Chinese Taipei Junior & Cadet Open (2011.9.15-18, Taipei)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 23 All Japan Championship Cadet DivisionTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Toru Takagiwa and Xiao Moe win the championship-Tokyo ChampionshipTable tennis kingdom
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2012 France Junior & Cadet Open (2012.4.18-22, Female)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 18th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships (China) (2012.7.11-16, China)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 24 All Japan Championship Hopes Cub BambiTable tennis kingdom
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2012 Hong Kong Junior & Cadet Open (2012.8.14-19, Hong Kong)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 21st East Asian Hopes Table Tennis Tournament (2012.8.28-29, Osaka)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 24 All Japan Championship Cadet DivisionTable tennis kingdom
- ^ 24 All Japan Table Tennis Championships General / Junior DivisionTable tennis kingdom
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2013 Qatar Open (2013.2.20-24, Doha)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ Hidetoshi Oya and Peng Yuki win the Tokyo ChampionshipTable tennis kingdom
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2013 Poland Junior & Cadet Open (2013.5.22-26, Wladyslawowo)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2013 Korea Junior & Cadet Open (2013.07.31-08.04, Daejeon)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 19th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships (Qatar) (2013.8.30-9.3, Doha, Qatar)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 25 All Japan Table Tennis Championships Organization GroupTable tennis kingdom
- ^ 25 All Japan Table Tennis Championships General / Junior DivisionTable tennis kingdom
- ^ 19th Japan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Asian Junior Championships-Yoshimura and Tsuboi win the men's championship-Table tennis report
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2014 Major Series Airports of Regions Russia Open (2014.11.5-9, Yekaterinburg)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2014 Major Series Swedish Open (2014.11.12-16, Stockholm)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 26 All Japan Table Tennis Championships General / Junior DivisionTable tennis kingdom
- ^ 20th Japan Top 12 Table Tennis TournamentTable tennis kingdom
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2015 Challenge Series Germany Open (2015.3.18-22, Bremen)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2015 Challenge Series Germany Open (2015.3.18-22, Bremen)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2015 Mauritius Junior & Cadet Open (2015.4.3-7, Beau Bassin)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF Junior Circuit 2015 Spain Junior & Cadet Open (2015.5.6-10, Prajadaro)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2015 Challenge Series Belarus Open (2015.5.13-17, Minsk))Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2015 Challenge Series Bulgaria Open (2015.8.19-23, Panagyurishte)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ ITTF World Tour 2015 Major Series Polish Open (2015.10.21-25, Warsaw)Japan Table Tennis Association
- ^ 27 All Japan Table Tennis Championships General / Junior DivisionTable tennis kingdom
- ^ "XNUMX-year-old Miu Hirano, Japanese & youngest V at the table tennis women's World Cup "Winner!"”. Sponichi Annex (August 2016, 10). 2016/10/10Browse.
- ^ 2016Chinese Super League
- ^ Individual expulsionChinese Super League
- ^ Deloitte Football Money LeagueChinese Super League
- ^ "Head to Head”. ITTF. 2019/11/10Browse.
- ^ "Miu Hirano commended by local Chuo City". TV Yamanashi (September 2016, 12). 2016/12/14Browse.
- ^ "Yamanashi) Miu Hirano won the "Young People" Encouragement Award". Asahi Shimbun (September 2017, 2). 2017/2/11Browse.
- ^ "Prefectural, Hirano player commendation "Wandering youth incentive award" first". Yomiuri Shimbun (September 2017, 2). 2017/2/11Browse.[Broken link]
- ^ Stiga signs a racket with Miu HiranoTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Mizuno has renewed the Mizuno brand ambassador contract with Miu Hirano (Ohara Gakuen High School).Mizuno
- ^ Kasumi Ishikawa stood at the top of the women's singles! "Table tennis kingdom
- ^ Chen RiriJOC
- ^ Chen Riri- Nittaku
- ^ a b c JOC Elite AcademyJapan Table Tennis League Business Federation
- ^ 28 strengthening staff / strengthening support staff systemJapan Table Tennis Association
- ^ "Professional declaration at" unusual "timing. Miu Hirano, unknown half-year conflict.". sponichi.co.jp (Number). (April 2018, 4) 2018/4/6Browse.
- ^ "BELIEVE YOUR WAY Be yourself and win."Kawai Juku Manabis
- ^ Kinoshita G sponsors the plains. Matsushima and Harimoto sister belong to the companyTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Mash Holdings and Miu Hirano sign a "lifestyle partner" contract
- ^ We are pleased to inform you that Univer Co., Ltd. has signed a contract with Miu Hirano.Univer Co., Ltd.
- ^ "Management contract with Miu Hirano and Cross Bee "Aiming for even higher"". Sponichi (September 2017, 4). 2017/4/11Browse.
- ^ "Athletes' soul "Tokyo Olympics table tennis, Miu Hirano"". NHK online. 2017/2/11Browse.
- ^ "Table tennis, Miu Hirano is acting for the first time! Guest appearance in episode 9 of "Confidence Man JP"". TVLIFE. 2018/5/29Browse.
- ^ Special video of Miu Hirano on Sony Handycam siteTable tennis kingdom
- ^ Play, Support.Nippon Life Insurance Company
- ^ The secret of Kawai Juku Manabis CMKawai Juku Manabis
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