A day to forget for Singapore’s top player Feng Tianwei on her home turf as Chen Meng gave her not much of a look in. The world number one came fully prepared having lost to Feng last month in the German Open and this time returned the favour with a 4-0 sweep. Chen’s variation caught Feng flat-footed time and again, as the Singaporean star was perhaps dulled by a recent bout of flu.
Tactically she was simply superior. She is the world number one after all and I came with the attitude of learning regardless of the result. I’ve learned which areas I should work on to improve my game.
I came into this match determined to take the game to my opponent. After losing to her in Germany, I made sure to be fully prepared and managed to execute the game plan set out by my coach (Ma Lin). It doesn’t matter who I meet next, everyone here is a high quality player and I just have to make sure I’m ready.
About T2 Diamond Table Tennis League (T2 Diamond):
T2 Diamond Table Tennis League is the most prestigious series of annual professional events organised in collaboration with the International Table Tennis Federation. T2 Diamond 2019 will feature 32 of the world’s best men’s and women’s players competing across three tournaments for a combined prize purse of USD 1.5 million, and bonus ITTF World Ranking points as they battle their way to 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualification. The revolutionary league employs a unique competition format and various other innovations that catapult table tennis into a truly entertaining spectator sport, whilst providing players with the ultimate environment in which to compete and excel.
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About International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF):
The International Table Tennis Federation is the global governing body of Table Tennis. Affiliated to six Continental and 226 National Associations, the ITTF coordinates over 100 international events per year and has long been represented at both the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
In accordance with its Strategic Plan, the ITTF is fully committed to growing the sport in five key areas: Organisation & Governance, High Performance & Development, International Events, Promotion and Revenue.
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