On January 30 Beijing time, the official ITTF website announced the latest world rankings in February. Lin Gaoyuan and Chen Meng, who won the men's and women's singles championships this month at the Hungarian Open, climbed to third place in the men's 4th and 4th women's singles, overtaking the Japanese, Zhang Benji and Sichuan Jyachun. Currently, Chinese team players are among the top three men and women, and the advantage of the leader of world table tennis becomes even more obvious.
Currently Fan Zhendun and Xu Wei continue to occupy the first and second places in the world of men's singles, and the captain of the Chinese team Ma Long, who was away from international competition for six months, still holds the 12th place in men's singles. The first world table tennis championship of the 2019 season this year is the Hungarian Open. In the finals of men's singles, Lin Gaoyuan won a 4-0 victory over the runner-up among men, and the world goping champion 00 Wang Chuqin won the championship. Currently, Lin Gaoyuan ranks third in the world, and Japan’s 15-year-old teenager Zhang Benzhi is fourth in the world.
Starting from the 5th in the world and the 15th in the world, this month men in singles are in the same month as last year: Boer (Germany), Caldero (Brazil), Li Shan-yi (Korea), Juan Zhengtin (Hong Kong, China), Dan Yu Xiaosi. (Japan), Mizutani (Japan), Zhang Yuzhen (Korea), Malone (China), Falk (Sweden), Ochalov (Germany), Francesca (Germany).
Liang Jingkun, new to the Chinese team, climbed to 16th place from 20th place last month. The 42-year-old Belarusian veteran Samsonov’s world rating has grown from 23rd in the previous month to 20th. Zhang Jike took 76th place in the world this month, which is 1 less than last month.
Ding Ning and Zhu Yuling continued to occupy the first and second places in the world of women's singles, and Chen Meng won the championship with a score of 4-2 at the Hungarian Open Championship this month, and her world ranking of women's singles increased from 4 to 3 in the previous month Last year’s Ishikawa Kasumi Women's Singles World Championship dropped to fourth place.
The fifth-twelfth place in the world of women's singles corresponds to last year's indicators: Liu Shiwen (China), Wang Manzhen (China), Ito Meicheng (Japan), Zheng Yijing (Chinese Taipei), Hirano Myo (Japan), Feng Tianwei (Singapore) Xu Xiaoyuan (South Korea) and Sato Yu (Japan). The world ranking of the youngest Chinese team He Zhuojia fell from the 27th in the previous month to the 31st. On the Hungarian Open, Xe Zhuojia was killed from the qualifying round this month, but unfortunately, the first round of women's singles was on Zhu Yulin, Hee Zhuojia lost to Zhu Yulin 0-4 and could not move on.
Chinese player Zhang Rui rose from 70th place in the previous month to 58th place. Chinese player Liu Gaoyang rose from 103rd place last month to 85th place. This month, on the Hungarian Open, Liu Gaoyang won the first round of Feng Tianwei, the second round lost 2-4 to teammate Sun Insha. Chen Ke from the Chinese team rose from 106th place in the previous month to 93rd place. (Red)Go back to Sohu and see more.
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