World Championships 2009

Mixed Doubles Results

The World Championships 2009.
The world's best come together in Yokohama, Japan...

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The World Table Tennis Championships first took place in 1926 in London, England.

However, since 2000, the World Table Tennis Championship has been split into two separate competitions.

Team events are now held in even numbered years, whilst individual events (singles and doubles) are held in odd numbered years.

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Events included

The World Championships 2009 events are...


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Format of events

Individual Events...

Individual events are played on a knockout basis and all matches are the best of 7 games.

There are 128 places in the first round proper of the men's singles, women's singles and mixed doubles events, but not more than 64 places in the first round proper of men's and women's doubles events.

In doubles events, both players must be from the same Association.


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Numbers

Each Association is entitled to 5 entries in each singles event, with 1 additional entry in the appropriate event for each place held by its player in the first 10 places of the first issue of the ITTF world ranking list in the year of the Championships, with up to 7 players in each individual event.

The host Association may enter up to 7 pairs in the mixed doubles and 7 players in each other individual event.

Different players may be entered in each doubles event. However, the number of players entered in doubles must not exceed the number of players entered in the corresponding singles. 

In mixed doubles the number of pairs entered must not exceed the number of players nominated in the men's or women's singles, whichever is the lower.

Players of the same Association shall be separated in preliminary rounds, groups and in the first round of the draw, but not in further rounds.


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2007 winners

The last individual World Table Tennis Championships were held in Zagreb, Croatia in May 2007 and the winners were...

  • Men's Singles - Wang Liqin (China)
  • Women's Singles - Guo Yue (China)
  • Men's Doubles - Ma Lin & Chen Qi (China)
  • Women's Doubles - Zhang Yining & Wang Nan (China)
  • Mixed Doubles - Guo Yue & Wang Liqin (China)

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World Championships 2009

Mixed Doubles Event Results

 

First Round (Last 128)

Wednesday 29 April 2009

Winners Result Losers
KO Lai Chak
TIE Yana Hong Kong China
4-1 MADRID Marcos
MADRID Mercedes MEX
KOSOWSKI Jakub
XU Jie (1982) POL
4-0 RESTREPO Juan
ARAQUE Johana COL
JEVTOVIC Marko
ERDELJI Ana-Maria SRB
4-1 SANGUANSIN Phuchong
MUANGSUK Anisara THA
QIU Yike
LI Xiaodan China
4-1 SHAO Yu
REED Jasna USA
YANG Min
TAN MONFARDINI Wenling Italy
4-3 KUCHUK Aleksandr
PRIVALOVA Alexandra BLR
LEE Jin Kwon
PARK Young Sook South Korea
4-0 PINO Jonathan
EZZEDDINE Ruaida VEN
UEDA Jin
FUKUOKA Haruna Japan
w/o ABRAMOV Isaak
SAPORTA Dana ISR
CHUANG Chih-Yuan
HUANG Yi-Hua Chinese Taipei
4-0 SHIBAEV Alexander
NOSKOVA Yana RUS
YANG Zi
WANG Yue Gu Singapore
4-3 PRESSLMAYER Bernhard
PETZNER Martina Austria
CARNEROS Alfredo
ZHU Fang ESP
4-0 ROBERTSON Adam
OWEN Naomi WAL
MATSUDAIRA Kenji
WAKAMIYA Misako Japan
4-2 VAINULA Vallot
LINDMAE Karin EST
JAKAB Janos
TOTH Krisztina HUN
4-0 ECHAVARRIA Alexander
OCAMPO LOPEZ Aura COL
MATSUDAIRA Kenta
FUKUHARA Ai Japan
4-0 BURGIS Matiss
BOGDASAROVA Baiba LAT
CHIANG Hung-Chieh
CHENG I-Ching Chinese Taipei
4-2 KONGSGAARD Christian
AGERHOLM Pernille DEN
SEO Hyun Deok
SEOK Ha Jung South Korea
4-2 SLATINSEK Uros
TOMAZINI Jana SVN
HAO Shuai
CHANG Chenchen China
4-0 KHO Mao Sheng
CHIU Soo Jiin MAS
TANG Peng
JIANG Huajun Hong Kong China
4-0 RIVERA Mauricio
MEDINA Paula COL
HENZELL William
MIAO Miao AUS
4-0 SAHA Subhajit
GHATAK Poulomi IND
PANG Xue Jie
SUN Bei Bei Singapore
4-0 SEREDA Peter
BALAZOVA Barbora Slovak Republic
XU Hui
PENG Luyang China
4-1 PETER-PAUL Pradeeban
ZHANG Mo CAN
ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China
4-0 MATTENET Adrien
MATTENET Audrey France
KIM Dong Hyun
YANG Ha Eun South Korea
4-0 MUNOZ RONQUILLO Guillermo
ROSALES Laura MEX
VANG Bora
HE Sirin TUR
4-0 NI Igor
POLCANOVA Sofia MDA
CRISAN Adrian
DODEAN Daniela Romania
4-1 SKIRGAILA Algirdas
PASKAUSKIENE Ruta LTU
SUSS Christian
SCHALL Elke Germany
4-0 MENGE Gencay
OZLER Fulya TUR
GIONIS Panagiotis
NTOULAKI Ekaterina GRE
w/o SAKA Suraju
YANG Fen CGO
TASEI Kunihito
TASEI Mikie Japan
4-1 NEKHVEDOVICH Vitaly
PAVLOVICH Veronika BLR
BOBOCICA Mihai
STEFANOVA Nikoleta Italy
4-0 HUSSEIN Muhammad
AGUSTIN Noor Azizah INA
FILIMON Andrei
SAMARA Elizabeta Romania
4-0 ASSAR Omar
EL-SOKARY Sara EGY
SIMONCIK Josef
HADACOVA Dana Czech Republic
4-2 REDJEP Ronald
DURAK Mirela HRV
RUBTSOV Igor
TIKHOMIROVA Anna RUS
4-1 FRANK Robert
LAY Jian Fang AUS
GAO Ning
FENG Tianwei Singapore
4-3 NIWA Koki
MORIZONO Misaki Japan
     
OH Sang Eun
DANG Ye Seo South Korea
4-0 GABROVSKI Petko
PETROVA Zhana BUL
FEJER-KONNERTH Zoltan
SILBEREISEN Kristin Germany
4-2 PAPAGEORGIOU Konstantinos
FILI Christina GRE
SANGUANSIN Phakpoom
KOMWONG Nanthana THA
4-1 ASATRYAN Murad
ADAMYAN Anna ARM
GARDOS Robert
LI Qiangbing Austria
4-1 IDOWU Saheed
HAN Xing CGO
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-0 CORDUE John
YANG Annie NZL
TOMASI Stefano
NEGRISOLI Laura Italy
4-0 GERASSIMENKO Alexandr
SHAGAROVA Yelena KAZ
CHEN Chien-An
HSIUNG Nai-I Chinese Taipei
4-0 MONTEIRO Thiago
NONAKA Mariany BRA
JIANG Tianyi
ZHANG Rui Hong Kong China
4-0 ICHAUD Bryan
YUEN Sara CAN
CHEUNG Yuk
LAU Sui Fei Hong Kong China
4-0 CHAI Kian Beng
NG Sock Khim MAS
DIDUKH Aleksandr
SOROCHYNSKA Tetyana UKR
4-0 MUJICA Henry
RAMOS Fabiola VEN
ZENG Cem
HU Melek TUR
4-1 ARPUTHARAJ ANTHONY Amalraj
PATKAR Madhurika IND
LEGOUT Christophe
GRUNDISCH Carole France
4-0 ALTO Gaston
CODINA Ana ARG
STEGER Bastian
BARTHEL Zhenqi Germany
4-2 ACHANTA Sharath Kamal
KUMARESAN Shamini IND
CAI Xiao Li
YU Meng Yu Singapore
4-1 LASHIN El-Sayed
MAGDY Raghd EGY
SKACHKOV Kirill
TROSHNEVA Elena RUS
4-0 DUBINA Samson
HUANG Crystal Xi USA
XU Xin
FAN Ying China
4-1 SHARON Yaniv
AMAR Einat ISR
LEUNG Chu Yan
LIN Ling Hong Kong China
4-0 KOU Lei
GAPONOVA Ganna UKR
KUZMIN Fedor
VORONOVA Anastasia RUS
4-1 TSUBOI Gustavo
YAMADA Jessica BRA
MACHADO Carlos
RAMIREZ Sara ESP
4-2 CHAKRABORTY Sourav
DAS Mouma IND
WANG Zeng Yi
PARTYKA Natalia POL
4-1 PAYKOV Mikhail
MIKHAYLOVA Polina RUS
BAUM Patrick
WU Jiaduo Germany
4-3 TOKIC Bojan
FAJMUT Manca SVN
GACINA Andrej
BAKULA Andrea HRV
4-0 ROBLES Alvaro
DVORAK Galia ESP
PLATONOU Pavel
PAVLOVICH Viktoria BLR
4-2 ZHUANG David
HSING Ariel USA
ZHANG Chao
YAO Yan China
4-2 ZHMUDENKO Yaroslav
PESOTSKA Margaryta UKR
MIZUTANI Jun
HIRANO Sayaka Japan
4-2 GAVLAS Antonin
VACENOVSKA Iveta Czech Republic
DRINKHALL Paul
PARKER Joanna ENG
4-0 MEHTA Pathik
CHAKRABORTY Kasturi IND
KISHIKAWA Seiya
ISHIKAWA Kasumi Japan
4-0 LEONG Kin Wa
CHEONG Cheng I MAC
KIM Jung Hoon
LEE Eun Hee South Korea
4-0 SANTOSO Ficky Supit
ROVANI Silir INA
KORBEL Petr
STRBIKOVA Renata Czech Republic
4-0 CHUAN Che-Wei
LIU Hsing-Yin Chinese Taipei
WU Chih-Chi
LU Yun-Feng Chinese Taipei
4-0 IBRAHIM Muhd Shakirin
BEH Lee Wei MAS
PISTEJ Lubomir
ODOROVA Eva Slovak Republic
4-0 YORDANOV Teodor
KAROVA Anelia BUL
JOO Se Hyuk
PARK Mi Young South Korea
4-1 ALI SALEH Ahmed
HASSAN Sara EGY

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Second Round (Last 64)

Friday 1 May 2009

Winners Result Losers
KO Lai Chak
TIE Yana Hong Kong China
4-0 KOSOWSKI Jakub
XU Jie (1982) POL
QIU Yike
LI Xiaodan China
4-0 JEVTOVIC Marko
ERDELJI Ana-Maria SRB
LEE Jin Kwon
PARK Young Sook South Korea
4-1 YANG Min
TAN MONFARDINI Wenling Italy
UEDA Jin
FUKUOKA Haruna Japan
4-1 CHUANG Chih-Yuan
HUANG Yi-Hua Chinese Taipei
YANG Zi
WANG Yue Gu Singapore
4-1 CARNEROS Alfredo
ZHU Fang ESP
JAKAB Janos
TOTH Krisztina HUN
4-1 MATSUDAIRA Kenji
WAKAMIYA Misako Japan
CHIANG Hung-Chieh
CHENG I-Ching Chinese Taipei
4-3 MATSUDAIRA Kenta
FUKUHARA Ai Japan
HAO Shuai
CHANG Chenchen China
4-2 SEO Hyun Deok
SEOK Ha Jung South Korea
TANG Peng
JIANG Huajun Hong Kong China
4-1 HENZELL William
MIAO Miao AUS
XU Hui
PENG Luyang China
4-0 PANG Xue Jie
SUN Bei Bei Singapore
ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China
4-0 KIM Dong Hyun
YANG Ha Eun South Korea
VANG Bora
HE Sirin TUR
4-3 CRISAN Adrian
DODEAN Daniela Romania
SUSS Christian
SCHALL Elke Germany
4-2 GIONIS Panagiotis
NTOULAKI Ekaterina GRE
TASEI Kunihito
TASEI Mikie Japan
4-3 BOBOCICA Mihai
STEFANOVA Nikoleta Italy
FILIMON Andrei
SAMARA Elizabeta Romania
4-1 SIMONCIK Josef
HADACOVA Dana Czech Republic
GAO Ning
FENG Tianwei Singapore
4-3 RUBTSOV Igor
TIKHOMIROVA Anna RUS
     
OH Sang Eun
DANG Ye Seo South Korea
4-1 FEJER-KONNERTH Zoltan
SILBEREISEN Kristin Germany
GARDOS Robert
LI Qiangbing Austria
4-1 SANGUANSIN Phakpoom
KOMWONG Nanthana THA
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-0 TOMASI Stefano
NEGRISOLI Laura Italy
JIANG Tianyi
ZHANG Rui Hong Kong China
4-0 CHEN Chien-An
HSIUNG Nai-I Chinese Taipei
CHEUNG Yuk
LAU Sui Fei Hong Kong China
4-1 DIDUKH Aleksandr
SOROCHYNSKA Tetyana UKR
LEGOUT Christophe
GRUNDISCH Carole France
4-3 ZENG Cem
HU Melek TUR
STEGER Bastian
BARTHEL Zhenqi Germany
4-1 CAI Xiao Li
YU Meng Yu Singapore
XU Xin
FAN Ying China
4-1 SKACHKOV Kirill
TROSHNEVA Elena RUS
LEUNG Chu Yan
LIN Ling Hong Kong China
4-2 KUZMIN Fedor
VORONOVA Anastasia RUS
MACHADO Carlos
RAMIREZ Sara ESP
4-3 WANG Zeng Yi
PARTYKA Natalia POL
GACINA Andrej
BAKULA Andrea HRV
4-2 BAUM Patrick
WU Jiaduo Germany
ZHANG Chao
YAO Yan China
4-1 PLATONOU Pavel
PAVLOVICH Viktoria BLR
MIZUTANI Jun
HIRANO Sayaka Japan
4-2 DRINKHALL Paul
PARKER Joanna ENG
KISHIKAWA Seiya
ISHIKAWA Kasumi Japan
4-0 KIM Jung Hoon
LEE Eun Hee South Korea
KORBEL Petr
STRBIKOVA Renata Czech Republic
4-1 WU Chih-Chi
LU Yun-Feng Chinese Taipei
PISTEJ Lubomir
ODOROVA Eva Slovak Republic
4-3 JOO Se Hyuk
PARK Mi Young South Korea

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Round Three (Last 32)

Friday 1 May 2009

Winners Result Losers
KO Lai Chak
TIE Yana Hong Kong China
4-2 QIU Yike
LI Xiaodan China
LEE Jin Kwon
PARK Young Sook South Korea
4-1 UEDA Jin
FUKUOKA Haruna Japan
YANG Zi
WANG Yue Gu Singapore
4-3 JAKAB Janos
TOTH Krisztina HUN
HAO Shuai
CHANG Chenchen China
4-3 CHIANG Hung-Chieh
CHENG I-Ching Chinese Taipei
TANG Peng
JIANG Huajun Hong Kong China
4-3 XU Hui
PENG Luyang China
ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China
4-0 VANG Bora
HE Sirin TUR
SUSS Christian
SCHALL Elke Germany
4-1 TASEI Kunihito
TASEI Mikie Japan
GAO Ning
FENG Tianwei Singapore
4-2 FILIMON Andrei
SAMARA Elizabeta Romania
     
OH Sang Eun
DANG Ye Seo South Korea
4-0 GARDOS Robert
LI Qiangbing Austria
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-2 JIANG Tianyi
ZHANG Rui Hong Kong China
LEGOUT Christophe
GRUNDISCH Carole France
4-2 CHEUNG Yuk
LAU Sui Fei Hong Kong China
XU Xin
FAN Ying China
4-0 STEGER Bastian
BARTHEL Zhenqi Germany
LEUNG Chu Yan
LIN Ling Hong Kong China
4-1 MACHADO Carlos
RAMIREZ Sara ESP
ZHANG Chao
YAO Yan China
4-0 GACINA Andrej
BAKULA Andrea HRV
MIZUTANI Jun
HIRANO Sayaka Japan
4-3 KISHIKAWA Seiya
ISHIKAWA Kasumi Japan
PISTEJ Lubomir
ODOROVA Eva Slovak Republic
4-1 KORBEL Petr
STRBIKOVA Renata Czech Republic

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Round Four (Last 16)

Friday 1 May 2009

Winners Result Losers
KO Lai Chak
TIE Yana Hong Kong China
4-3 LEE Jin Kwon
PARK Young Sook South Korea
HAO Shuai
CHANG Chenchen China
4-0 YANG Zi
WANG Yue Gu Singapore
ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China
4-1 TANG Peng
JIANG Huajun Hong Kong China
SUSS Christian
SCHALL Elke Germany
4-2 GAO Ning
FENG Tianwei Singapore
     
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-2 OH Sang Eun
DANG Ye Seo South Korea
XU Xin
FAN Ying China
4-1 LEGOUT Christophe
GRUNDISCH Carole France
ZHANG Chao
YAO Yan China
4-0 LEUNG Chu Yan
LIN Ling Hong Kong China
PISTEJ Lubomir
ODOROVA Eva Slovak Republic
4-1 MIZUTANI Jun
HIRANO Sayaka Japan

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Quarter Finals

Saturday 2 May 2009

Winners Result Losers
HAO Shuai
CHANG Chenchen China
4-1 KO Lai Chak
TIE Yana Hong Kong China
ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China
4-0 SUSS Christian
SCHALL Elke Germany
     
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-0 XU Xin
FAN Ying China
ZHANG Chao
YAO Yan China
4-3 PISTEJ Lubomir
ODOROVA Eva Slovak Republic

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Semi Finals

Saturday 2 May 2009

Winners Result Losers
ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China
4-1 HAO Shuai
CHANG Chenchen China
     
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-2 ZHANG Chao
YAO Yan China

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Final

Sunday 3 May 2009

Winners Result Losers
LI Ping
CAO Zhen China
4-2 ZHANG Jike
MU Zi China

 

2009 Mixed Doubles World Champions

2009 Mixed Doubles World Champions
LI Ping & CAO Zhen

 

 

 

World Championships 2009

Mixed Doubles Event

(The Heydusek Cup)

 

WINNERS = LI Ping & CAO Zhen (China)

RUNNERS-UP = ZHANG Jike & MU Zi (China)

 

 

 

 
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