“Table-tennis Japan!” Released September 3. London Olympics silver medalist MC Sayaka Hirano explained the status of the “Paris Olympics and ZEN-NOH CUP TOP32 Representative Selection Meeting” held on September 3 live on DEEP .
[Tennis de table au Japon ! Livraison manquée]Hina Hayata vs Miu Hirano The golden generation born in 2000 go head-to-head!Live coverage of the matches on the first day of the tournament
Aiming for the Paris Olympics, Japan’s 32 strongest male and female athletes gathered at Axion Fukuoka (Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture) for a heated battle. This is the second time for the representative selection meeting. The match format is a tournament match and points are awarded based on ranking. In addition to the same selection meeting, the T League, All Japan Championships, World Championships, etc. are also subject to points, and total points through January 2024 will be disputed. Japanese girls are full of sparkling talent, but only the top two can play singles at the Paris Olympics. That’s a shame.
“I really want to release two teams, team A and team B.” , Currently, Hina Hayata (Nippon Life Insurance), who won 75p, leads the girls. Miu Hirano (Kinoshita Group), who is ranked 5th in 35p, played against Hayata in the quarter-finals this time.
Hayata, who was happy with the reserve at the Tokyo Olympics, showed strong will by declaring, “I will make the Paris Olympics my competition,” and has enjoyed remarkable success ever since. On the other hand, Miu Hirano also had a reserve in the Rio Olympics and then won the Asian championship and stood out. However, although he was a member of the team at the Tokyo Olympics, he did not compete in the singles event and his dearest wish is to compete in the singles event at the Tokyo Olympics. Paris. Satoshi Nakagawa, the live commentary announcer, said, “There are places where the footprints of the two overlap, and from the fans’ perspective, the battle between the two is heartwarming.” In the recent match, Hayata had 2 wins and 1 loss and was expected to tie, but this time Hayata showed overwhelming power. What stood out in the first game was Hayata’s choice of course. Hayata is known for his powerful forehands, which are said to be on par with those of the men, but in this match he was relentlessly targeting Miu Hirano’s midfield. The middle is a course where you can’t decide whether to hit with a forehand or a backhand, so even if you try to swing the backhand that Miu Hirano is known as “Hurricane”, the reaction will be delayed. With skillful course selection, Hayata won the first game 11-6, and in the second game he also attacked midfielder Miu Hirano. Moreover, it is a medium attack that mixes deep and shallow balls. “It is very difficult for opponents to get in and out of the table in the middle.” (Sayaka Hirano) “Suru” is a unique expression typical of Sayaka Hirano. I want to release it as a new table tennis term from “Table Tennis Japan!”. Miu Hirano manages to respond with her favorite backhand, but Hayata outplays her in the rally from there.
Leave a Reply