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ITTF Finals open!Tomokazu Harimoto and Mima Ito aiming for two consecutive medals <Highlight>

 
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Kato Miyu

Miyu Kato(Miyu Katou[1],1999May 4[1] -) isJapanGirlsTable tennisplayer.TokyoMusashinoI'm from Japan Paint MaretzAffiliation[3][4], The final academic backgroundCentral High School[2][5]..right handed.Blood type is A type.RankIs 4 steps.

Career

My father is a table tennis player.Encounter with table tennis is hot spring table tennis[6].. Started playing table tennis in earnest at the age of six.The practice place is the garage of Kichijoji's grandparents[1]..In childhoodMitaka Club,TOM Table Tennis ClubI brushed my arm with.

In the 11 All Japan Championship (Bambi section = small 7 or less), which participated in 1 months (18 years old = small 2) after starting table tennis, it became the best 8 and the opponent who played against Kato in the best 16 of that tournamentHirano MiuHe was a player (older) (Taku Hiraoka = then).Also, the opponent who played in the same best 8Yuma HamamotoIn (Small 2) (Sumiyoshi Nagai TC = then), Hamamoto won this tournament.In addition, it became the best 8 in the same tournamentMito Ito(Senior) (Toyota Town Table Tennis Sports Boy Scouts), etc., 21, 22, 23All Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipThis is the origin of elementary school students who are very active in (general / junior division).In addition to Kato, Ito, who is one grade lower,Hirano Miu,Hina HayataThe generation that includes these three people is said to be the golden generation.

At the 2008 and 2009 National Hopes Table Tennis Tournament, he won the prestigious Mitaka club of table tennis that he was enrolled at that time.

He won the Cadet (2011 years old and under) singles and junior doubles at the ITTF Junior Circuit Guam Tournament, which he participated in in April 4.

2012 Year of 1 MonthAll Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipIn the women's singles, she won the best 32 (5th round).This record of the fifth round in elementary schoolAi FukuharaSince then, four wins in elementary school have surpassed Fukuhara's three wins, the youngest record in history.

Operated by the Japan Olympic Federation from April 2012JOC Elite AcademyBecame a member ofNational Training CenterSo I decided to live together with my friends.

He won the World Junior National Team Selection Committee in September 2012 and became the youngest Japanese player to participate in history (9st middle), but Ito (1th grade) became the youngest player in the representative recommendation frame announced after that. ..

2013 Year of 1 MonthAll Japan Table Tennis ChampionshipIt was the first women's singles to enter the 16th ranking.It was the first time since Fukuhara in 1 that he was ranked in the first grade of junior high school.

In January 2014, she was ranked 1th in the All Japan Table Tennis Championships Women's Singles for the second consecutive year.In the finals of junior girls, he won the junior high school confrontation with Hirano (confrontation with the same gate elite academy) and won his first victory.The all-Japan junior championship of junior high school students was the fifth person after Fukuhara and Ishikawa.

Germany from 2015-16 seasonTable tennis bundesligaJoined the Berlin East Side. August,Rio de Janeiro Olympics OfClosing sessionUsed for the video part of the takeover ceremony of the Olympic flag of[7]In NovemberWorld Junior Table Tennis ChampionshipsAlthough he was not so blessed to participate in the group, he won the 4th highest female member (bronze medal) in the singles, and the doublesHina HayataRunner-up in a pair with. December 12,2017 World Championship Dusseldorf TournamentWon the Japan national team selection meeting and was nominated as a women's national team.

Announced contract with Nippon Paint from April 2017, 4[3][4], In the 6th World Table Tennis Championships individual match in June, the 54st and 1nd rounds went smoothly and the 2rd roundLiang Xia GinVictory at the end of the full game, in the 4th roundLast tournamentOf the bronze medalistKikoLost to the 16th best, in NovemberWorld Junior Table Tennis ChampionshipsAs the oldest member of the women's team, the captain, ace and group runner-up, the singles won the same 4th place (bronze medal) as the previous tournament, even in the doublesNagasaki MiyukiHe also won the 4th place (bronze medal) in the pair with.

2019 year 3 month,2019 World Championship Budapest Tournament OfFinal selection for Japan National TeamThen, Hina Hayata, who was a candidate for victory in the semi-finals, won by reversing from 3-3 of the game count 5-10 and even in the finalSakura MoriHe won 4-1 and won the championship, and was appointed as a women's representative. April In the 4 World Championship Budapest Tournament, won in the 2019th round and in the quarterfinalsLiu PoonI lost to and ended up in the best 8. In the Malaysian tournament in July, Mima Ito in the first round and No. 7 in the world ranking in the second roundChen dreamIn the semi-finals after raising Venus to defeatZhu Yuling, In the 3rd place playoffPoliteAlthough he was defeated by, he won the highest 4th place among Japanese players.

history

Play style

Longing playerJan-Ove Waldner,Jorgen PersonMy dad used to watch the video, so I started watching it together and became a fan.All-round player with a sense of stability in offense and defense[8]Backhand that makes the most of the softness of the wrist[3] There is the power of a bang.

In addition, the original serve receive "Chikita" with reverse rotationMutaThere is.Also, in serve, he is good at crouching serve.

Main battle record

2006
  • July All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Bambi): Best 7 (8st grade)
2007
  • July All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Bambi): 7nd place (at the time of 2nd grade)
  • August National Hopes Table Tennis Tournament (Group Battle): Best 8 (Mitaka Club)
2008
  • July All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cub Division):Win(When I was 3rd grade)
  • August National Hopes Table Tennis Tournament (Group Battle):Win(Mitaka Club)
  • November All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): 11 years old or younger Singles Best 13, Doubles Best 32
2009
  • March National Hopes Selection Table Tennis Tournament: 3rd place (Tokyo selection team)
  • July All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cub): Runner-up (7th grade)
  • August National Hopes Table Tennis Tournament (Group Battle):Win(Mitaka Club)
  • November All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): 11 years old or younger Singles Best 13, Doubles Best 16
2010
  • January Tokyo Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): Women's Singles Best 1
  • 1 All Japan Table Tennis Championships(General / Junior Division): Junior Women's Second Round (2th grade)
  • March National Hopes Selection Table Tennis Tournament: Runner-up (Tokyo Selection Team)
  • July All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Hope's Division):Win(When I was 5rd grade)
  • August ITTF Junior Circuit (Hong Kong Tournament): Cadet Women's Group 8rd (3rd place)Yuma Hamamoto Mayu Baba, Miyu Kato)
  • October 10 World Junior Championships National Team Player Selection: First appearance 2010 people under the age of 18 in Japan round-robin 24 wins 7 losses [16th place]
  • November All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet Division): 11rd place in singles under 13 years old
2011
  • 1 All Japan Table Tennis Championships(General / Junior Division): Women's Singles Round 2, Junior Women's Round 2 (at 5th grade)
  • April ITTF Junior Circuit (Guam Tournament): Cadet SinglesWin, Junior DoublesWin
  • 6月 2011アジア卓球選手権代表選手選考会:初出場 第1st=3勝2敗 3、4位リーグ=2勝6敗【30人中19位】
  • July All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Hope's Division):Win[2 consecutive victories] (at the time of 6th grade)
  • August 8th East Asian Hopes Table Tennis Tournament: GroupWin(Japan A Kato, Hirano, Ito, Goda, Mimura)
  • August ITTF Junior Circuit (Korea Tournament): Cadet Doubles Runner-up
  • September ITTF Junior Circuit (Chinese Taipei Tournament): Cadet GroupWin(Kato, Hirano, Ito)
  • September 9 World Junior Championships National Team Player Selection: Domestic 2011 players under 18 years old Round-robin 22 wins 9 losses [12th place]
2012
  • 1 All Japan Table Tennis Championships(General / Junior Division): Women's Singles 5th Round (Best 32) [4 wins = youngest record break in history] (6th grade)
  • September ITTF Junior Circuit (Korea Tournament): Junior Women's GroupWin(Ishikawa, Hamamoto, Kato), Cadet Singles runner-up
  • September ITTF Junior Circuit (Chinese Taipei Tournament): Junior Women's Group Runner-up (Kato. Morita. Hamamoto), Cadet Singles Runner-up
  • September 9 World Junior Championships National Team Player Selection: 2012 players under the age of 18 in Japan 14 wins and 10 losses [3st place] =Win
  • November All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet): Women under 11 SinglesWin
  • December World Junior Championships: Group runner-up (Tanioka, Maeda, Ito, Kato), Doubles Best 12, Singles Best 8
  • 12月 2013年世界選手権&2013アジア選手権女子代表選考会:1st=4勝1敗 1、2位グループ=4勝7敗【36人中10位】
2013
  • 1 All Japan Table Tennis Championships(General / Junior Division): Women's Singles 6th Round (12th) [Rank 1 in 16st place since Ai Fukuhara]
  • May ITTF Junior Circuit (Poland Tournament): Junior Women's SinglesWin, Junior women's groupWin(Hamamoto, Kato, Hirano), Cadet SinglesWin
  • June ITTF World Tour China Open: U-6 Women's Singles Runner-up
  • September ITTF Junior Circuit (Korea Tournament): Junior Women's GroupWin(Hamamoto, Kato, Hirano), Junior Women's Singles Runner-up
  • September 9th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships: Women's Junior Group Runner-up (Matsudaira, Maeda,Hitomi Sato, Kato), Women's Doubles runner-up (Hitomi Sato pair)
  • October All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Group Division): Runner-up (Hamamoto, Kato, Hirano, Ito)
  • November All Japan Table Tennis Championships (Cadet): Women under 11 SinglesWin
  • 12月 2014年世界選手権(団体)東京大会女子代表選考会:1st=5勝2敗 1.2位グループ=7勝2敗【40人中3位】
2014
  • 1 All Japan Table Tennis Championships(General / Junior Division): Women's Singles 6th Round (10th) [Rank 2 for 16 consecutive years], Junior Women's FirstWin
  • May ITTF World Tour Australia Open: U-5 Women's Singles Runner-up
  • June 6th Asian Games Women's Japan National Team Candidate Selection Committee: 17st = 1 wins 5 losses Final TM 0nd place [2nd place out of 32 players]
  • June First Half Japan Table Tennis League: 6nd DivisionWin(Elite Academy Kato Mi, Morita, Ishikawa, Kato Yui)
  • August 8nd Youth Olympic Games "Table Tennis" Singles 2th, Group 4nd Place (Yuto Muramatsu, Miyu Kato)
  • September 9th Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships: Women's Junior Group Runner-up (Kato, Sato, Maeda, Mori)
  • December Finland Open 12: Women's SinglesWin
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
  • March LION Cup 3rd Japan Top 23 Table Tennis Tournament (and 12 World Table Tennis Championships Japan National Team Selection),Win
  • March ITTF Challenge Series Spanish Open: Singles Winner
  • May ITTF Challenge Series Croatia Open: Singles Runner-up
  • May 9stAsian Table Tennis Championship(Group) Runner-up (Ishikawa, Hirano, Sato, Shibata, Kato)
2020
  • February ITTF Challenge Series Portugal Open: Singles runner-up
  • May ITTF Challenge Series Oman Open: Singles Runner-up

World ranking

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2010826809801811
2011806807812799461465448427392339340329
2012328335338358369370355355260240233211
2013169168145145122129798072737775
2014878271757867606164626559
2015585759585558636670696049
2016535254623229383646464737
2017323432343225313020211718
2018131517192020181824252022
2019232220222220222625242123
202022

T league results

YearsTeamUniform numberEventNumber of matchesvictorydefeatEventNumber of matchesvictorydefeat
2018-19Japan Paint Maretz#singlematchWinDefeat DoublesmatchWinDefeat
2019-20singlematchWinDefeat DoublesmatchWinDefeat
2020-21singlematchWinDefeat DoublesmatchWinDefeat

Award

  • Second half of 24 Japan Table Tennis League 1st Division Fine play award
  • First half of 26 Japan Table Tennis League 2nd Division Most Valuable Player Award
  • First month sports award 2017
  • T-League 2020-21 Season Late MVP

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