Table Tennis – Women’s Qualification (WS11)

Day 3 of the Table Tennis Women’s Qualification:

Day 3 Session 5:

12:20 JST – Group A – Match 9: PROKOFEVA Elena (RPC) vs ITO Maki (JPN) | View Results

12:20 JST – Group A – Match 10: NG Mui Wui (HKG) vs LYSIAK Krystyna (POL) | View Results

12:20 JST – Group B – Match 11: KOSMINA Natalya (UKR) vs FERNEY Lea (FRA) | View Results

12:20 JST – Group B – Match 12: WONG Ting Ting (HKG) vs FURUKAWA Kanami (JPN) | View Results

Table Tennis/WS11
Country: France (FRA)
Born: 21 June 2004
Event: Table Tennis
Result/Rank: World rank #8

– European #3 – Teams – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #7 – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– World #3 – Teams – 2017 Bratislava, Slovakia
– World #9 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #3 – Teams – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden
– European #7 – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Hong Kong (HKG)
Born: 31 March 1997
Event: Table Tennis
Results/Rank: Rio 2016 Paralympic Games – Bronze | World rank #3

– World #3 – Teams – 2014 Beijing, China
– World #9 – 2014 Beijing, China
– #3 – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #2 – Teams – 2017 Braitslava, Slovakia
– World #3 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia
– #1 – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta
– #1 – Teams – 2018 Asian Para Games, Jakarta

Bio: Mui Wui NG is a WS11 Table Tennis player from Hong Kong. Born in 1997, she won bronze in the womens singles event at the Rio 2016 Paralympics. Tokyo 2020 will be her second Paralympic campaign.

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Hong Kong (HKG)
Born: 11 September 2003
Event: Table Tennis
Results/Rank: World Rank #4

Bio: Currently ranked world number 4, Ting Ting Wong is a para Table Tennis player from Hong Kong. Competing in the WS11 category, she will represent her country at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Japan (JPN)
Born: 27 July 1997
Event: Table Tennis
Result/Rank: World rank #5

– World #4 – Teams – 2017 Bratislava, Slovakia
– World #3 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia

Bio: Kanami Furukawa is a Japanese Table Tennis player who competes in the WS11 category. Born in 1997, she is currently ranked 5th in the world, having placed third at the 2019 ITTF PTT Japan Open in 2019. Tokyo 2020 will be her first Paralympic Games.

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Japan (JAP)
Born: 8 September 1984
Event: Table Tennis
Result/Rank: World rank #7

– World #1 – Teams – 2014 Beijing, China
– World #5 – 2014 Beijing, China
– #5 – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– World #9 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia

Bio: Maki Ito is a Japanese Table Tennis player in the WS11 category. She is currently ranked 10th in the world and is preparing for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Poland (POL)
Born: 11 March 1979
Event: Table Tennis
Result/Rank: Rio 2016 Paralympic Games – Silver | World rank #6

– World #3 – 1998 Paris, France
– #5 – 2000 Sydney Paralympics
– #4 – 2012 London Paralympics
– World #2 – Teams – 2014 Beijing, China
– World #3 – 2014 Beijing, China
– #2 – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– European #2 – Teams – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #3 – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– World #2 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #4 – Teams – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden
– European #5 – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden

Bio: Currently ranked world number 6, Krystyna Lysiak is a Polish Table Tennis player. She won gold at the Paralympic Games in Athens in 2004, and silver in Rio in 2016. More recently, she took home a silver medal in the doubles category at the 2019 INAS Global Games. She will be representing her country once again at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Russia (ROC/RPC)
Born: 13 March 1971
Event: Table Tennis
Result/Rank:
– World rank #1
– European Champion 2015

– World #1 – Teams – 2017 Bratislava, Slovakia
– European #1 – Teams – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #2 – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– World #1 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #1 – Teams – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden
– European #1 – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden

Bio: Elena Prokofeva is a Russian Table Tennis athlete who trains in both her home city of Ufa as well as in Sochi. An avid listener of rock music, Elena is currently ranked world number 1, and was the world champion in 2018. Tokyo 2020 will be her first Paralympics.

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Table Tennis/WS11
Country: Ukraine (UKR)
Born: 8 November 1982
Event: Table Tennis
Result/Rank: Rio 2016 Paralympic Games – Gold | World rank #2

– World #3 – 2014 Beijing, China
– #1 – 2016 Rio Paralympics
– European #1 – 2017 Lasko, Slovenia
– World #5 – 2018 Lasko, Slovenia
– European #3 – 2019 Helsingborg, Sweden

Bio: Natalya is a Ukrainian Table Tennis player in the FS11 category. She won gold in the women’s singles at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games and bronze at the 2014 world championships. She will be competing at Tokyo 2020 in her second Paralympics.

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Date

Aug 27 2021
Expired!

Time

Japan Standard Time
12:20 - 14:00
Category

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