2010 World Team TT Championships
Mens Team Event

The 2010 World Team TT Championships, Moscow, Russia.
Get the men's team event results here...

 By Martin Hughes
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2010 World Team TT Championships

The 2010 World Team Table Tennis Championships took place in Moscow, Russia from 23-30 May 2010.

You can read about it here.

China were the clear favourite to retain their men's and women's titles which they won in 2008 in the city of Guangzhou, China.

 

 

Men's Team Event Results...

 


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Mens Team event

Championship Division

Group Stages

Sunday/Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday
23/24/25/26 May 2010

Group A - China, Russia, Greece, France, Poland, Italy

Winner Result Loser
China 3-0 France
Russia 3-0 Italy
Poland 3-2 Greece
China 3-0 Poland
Greece 3-2 Russia
France 3-0 Italy
China 3-0 Greece
Russia 3-1 France
Poland 3-1 Italy
China 3-0 Russia
Greece 3-0 Italy
Poland 3-1 France
China 3-0 Italy
Russia 3-0 Poland
France 3-0 Greece

 

  • Group A Winners = China (proceed to q-finals)
  • Group A 2nd = Russia (proceed to round 2)
  • Group A 3rd = Poland (proceed to round 2)
  • Group A 4th = France
  • Group A 5th = Greece
  • Group A 6th = Italy

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Group B - Korea Republic, Sweden, Chinese Taipei, Czech Republic, Romania, Ukraine

Winner Result Loser
South Korea 3-1 Czech Republic
Sweden 3-2 Ukraine
Chinese Taipei 3-1 Romania
South Korea 3-1 Romania
Sweden 3-2 Chinese Taipei
Czech Republic 3-0 Ukraine
South Korea 3-0 Chinese Taipei
Sweden 3-1 Czech Republic
Ukraine 3-2 Romania
South Korea 3-1 Sweden
Chinese Taipei 3-2 Ukraine
Czech Republic 3-1 Romania
South Korea 3-0 Ukraine
Sweden 3-2 Romania
Czech Republic 3-2 Chinese Taipei

 

  • Group B Winners = South Korea (proceed to q-finals)
  • Group B 2nd = Sweden (proceed to round 2)
  • Group B 3rd = Czech Republic (proceed to round 2)
  • Group B 4th = Chinese Taipei
  • Group B 5th = Ukraine
  • Group B 6th = Romania

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Group C - Germany, Japan, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, Hungary

Winner Result Loser
Germany 3-0 Denmark
Japan 3-1 Hungary
Spain 3-2 Croatia
Germany 3-0 Spain
Japan 3-0 Croatia
Denmark 3-2 Hungary
Germany 3-0 Croatia
Japan 3-0 Denmark
Hungary 3-2 Spain
Germany 3-2 Japan
Hungary 3-1 Croatia
Spain 3-0 Denmark
Germany 3-1 Hungary
Japan 3-2 Spain
Croatia 3-0 Denmark

 

  • Group C Winners = Germany (proceed to q-finals)
  • Group C 2nd = Japan (proceed to round 2)
  • Group C 3rd = Hungary (proceed to round 2)
  • Group C 4th = Spain
  • Group C 5th = Croatia
  • Group C 6th = Denmark

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Group D - Hong Kong, Austria, Portugal, Singapore, DPR Korea, Belarus

Winner Result Loser
Hong Kong 3-1 Singapore
Austria 3-2 Belarus
Portugal 3-2 North Korea
Hong Kong 3-0 North Korea
Portugal 3-2 Austria
Belarus 3-1 Singapore
Hong Kong 3-2 Portugal
Austria 3-0 Singapore
North Korea 3-0 Belarus
Hong Kong 3-1 Austria
Belarus 3-0 Portugal
Singapore 3-1 North Korea
Belarus 3-1 Hong Kong
Austria 3-0 North Korea
Portugal 3-0 Singapore

 

  • Group D Winners = Hong Kong (proceed to q-finals)
  • Group D 2nd = Belarus (proceed to round 2)
  • Group D 3rd = Austria (proceed to round 2)
  • Group D 4th = Portugal
  • Group D 5th = Singapore
  • Group D 6th = North Korea

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Knockout Stages - Round 2

Thursday
27 May 2010

 

Belarus Poland 1 2 3 4 5 Result
SAMSONOV
Vladimir
CHOJNOWSKI
Patryk
7 4 8     1-0
CHTCHETININE Evgueni GORAK
Daniel
2 8 6     1-0
PLATONOV
Pavel
SUCH
Bartosz
5 -9 9 12   1-0

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Japan Austria 1 2 3 4 5 Result
YOSHIDA
Kaii
SCHLAGER
Werner
-7 8 -7 6 9 1-0
MIZUTANI
Jun
CHEN
Weixing
-18 -10 7 9 7 1-0
KISHIKAWA
Seiya
GARDOS
Robert
10 -10 8 9   1-0

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Russia Czech Rep 1 2 3 4 5 Result
SMIRNOV
Alexey
SIMONCIK
Josef
9 9 8     1-0
KUZMIN
Fedor
PROKOPCOV
Dmitrij
8 -4 6 -7 -9 0-1
SKACHKOV
Kirill
VRABLIK
Jiri
9 9 9     1-0
SMIRNOV
Alexey
PROKOPCOV
Dmitrij
7 8 10     1-0

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Hungary Sweden 1 2 3 4 5 Result
JAKAB
Janos
GERELL
Par
3 -7 9 -10 -6 0-1
KOSIBA
Daniel
LUNDQVIST
Jens
11 -8 6 7   1-0
PAZSY
Ferenc
SVENSSON
Robert
-7 -4 7 -8   0-1
JAKAB
Janos
LUNDQVIST
Jens
11 7 8     1-0
KOSIBA
Daniel
GERELL
Par
5 4 6     1-0

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Knockout Stages - Quarter Finals

Friday
28 May 2010

China Belarus 1 2 3 4 5 Result
MA Long SAMSONOV Vladimir 8 9 2     1-0
WANG Hao CHTCHETININE Evgueni 2 6 -6 7   1-0
XU Xin PLATONOV Pavel 3 10 7     1-0

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Japan Hong Kong 1 2 3 4 5 Result
MIZUTANI Jun TANG Peng 6 9 3     1-0
YOSHIDA Kaii CHEUNG Yuk 9 9 -3 -6 8 1-0
KISHIKAWA Seiya JIANG Tianyi  5 9 10     1-0

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Germany Russia 1 2 3 4 5 Result
BOLL Timo SKACHKOV Kirill 11 6 5     1-0
OVTCHAROV Dimitrij SMIRNOV Alexey -9 4 3 -5 7 1-0
SUSS Christian KUZMIN Fedor 9 -8 6 -6 5 1-0

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South Korea Hungary 1 2 3 4 5 Result
JOO Se Hyuk JAKAB Janos 1 -8 11 5   1-0
OH Sang Eun KOSIBA Daniel -10 -9 -7     0-1
RYU Seung Min PAZSY Ferenc 7 -10 6 10   1-0
OH Sang Eun JAKAB Janos 5 -9 3 7   1-0

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Knockout Stages - Semi Finals

Saturday
29 May 2010

China Japan 1 2 3 4 5 Result
MA Lin YOSHIDA Kaii 6 -9 8 2   1-0
MA Long MIZUTANI Jun 6 9 8     1-0
ZHANG Jike KISHIKAWA Seiya 8 -9 3 9   1-0

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Germany South Korea 1 2 3 4 5 Result
BOLL Timo RYU Seung Min 10 6 9     1-0
OVTCHAROV Dimitrij OH Sang Eun -4 4 7 -11 8 1-0
SUSS Christian JOO Se Hyuk -12 -2 -5     0-1
BOLL Timo OH Sang Eun 3 6 9     1-0

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Final

Sunday
30 May 2010

China Germany 1 2 3 4 5 Result
MA Long BOLL Timo 9 8 -10 -5 -7 0-1
MA Lin OVTCHAROV Dimitrij 9 7 5     1-0
ZHANG Jike SUSS Christian -7 9 9 7   1-0
MA Lin BOLL Timo -14 4 8 7   1-0

 

2010 World Champions - China

2010 World Champions - China

CHINA - 2010 World Champions

 

 

World Championships 2010

Men's Team Event
(The Swaythling Cup)

 

WINNERS = CHINA

RUNNERS-UP = GERMANY

 

 

 

 

Final Positions
1 China
2 Germany
3= Japan
3= Korea Republic
5 Hong Kong
6 Russia
7 Belarus
8 Hungary
9 Czech Republic
10 Austria
11 Sweden
12 Poland
13 Korea DPR
14 Portugal
15 Spain
16 Singapore
17 Chinese Taipei
18 Croatia.
19 France
20 Greece
21 Ukraine
22 Romania
23 Denmark
24 Italy
25 Serbia
26 Slovenia
27 Slovak Republic
28 Belgium
29 India
30 Brazil
31 Nigeria
32 Turkey
33 Egypt
34 Bulgaria
35 Iran
36 Argentina
37 Vietnam
38 England
39 Scotland
40 Norway
41 Israel
42 Luxembourg
43 Latvia
44 Thailand
45 Bosnia-Herzegovina
46 Usa
47 Canada
48 Netherlands
49 Finland
50 Australia
51 Congo Brazzaville
52 Indonesia
53 Dominican Republic
54 Venezuela
55 Ecuador
56 Saudi Arabia
57 Mexico
58 Colombia
59 Qatar
60 Cyprus
61 Estonia
62 South Africa
63 Switzerland
64 Ireland
65 Malaysia
66 Lithuania
67 Algeria
68 Philippines
69 Iraq
70 Moldova
71 Sri Lanka
72 Uzbekistan
73 Paraguay
74 Montenegro
75 Bahrain
76 Kazakhstan
77 New Zealand
78 Macao
79 Kyrgyzstan
80 Togo
81 United Arab Emirates
82 Armenia
83 Lebanon
84 Syria
85 El Salvador
86 Mongolia
87 Azerbaijan
88 Angola
89 Yemen
90 Congo Democratic
91 Jordan
92 San Marino
93 Macedonia
94 Iceland
95 Costa Rica
96 Tajikistan
97 Pakistan
98 Laos
99 Nicaragua
100 Kosovo
101 Turkmenistan
102 Guernsey C.I.
103 Jersey
104 Malta
105 Barbados
106 Madagascar
107 Sudan
108 Albania
109 Malawi

 


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