Four Pass the First Hurdle in World Juniors Main Draw
2016 World Junior Championships
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22-year-old Yuya Oshima now has two World Tour Men’s Singles gold medals for his collection, after adding the 2016 Swedish Open trophy to the Singles title he picked up at the 2015 Philippines Open.
“This is our first win ever on the World Tour so we are really happy about this; we have qualified for the Grand Finals and we hope that we can take part in it”, Hugo Calderano.
Top seed Kasumi Ishikawa was no stranger to ITTF World Tour titles prior to the 2016 Swedish Open final, having won Women’s Singles gold medals on five occasions at previous events.
“It’s our first win on the World Tour so we are really happy and proud. The key to the victory was that we could adapt to their playing style and change to our advantage,” shared Cheng I-Ching.
Review all the highlights from the Kasumi Ishikawa vs Hu Melek (Final) match from the 2016 Swedish Open
Review all the highlights from the Jeon Jihee/Yang Haeun vs Cheng I-Ching/Lee I-Chen (Final) match from the 2016 Swedish Open.
Review all the highlights from the Hugo Calderano/Gustavo Tsuboi vs Antoine Hachard/Stephane Ouaiche (Final) match from the 2016 Swedish Open.
Review all the highlights from the Yuya Oshima vs Mattias Karlsson (Final) match from the 2016 Swedish Open
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