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Oceania | Second silver for Sam

Sam Von Einem has pocketed his second silver medal at the Korea PTT Open in Mungyeong. Von Einem and partner Kemal Gayfullin (RUS) cruised through to the final of the Class 11 Men’s Teams, with neither dropping a match. Unfortunately in the final the pair went down 2-1 to home team Korea Republic. The only […]...
 

Oceania | Von Einem looking for upgrade in Korea

The team events got underway yesterday at the Korea PTT Open in Mungyeong, with Australia in action of the Oceania region. With a successful singles campaign behind the green and gold contingent were looking to keep the ball rolling. Leading the Aussie charge is Sam Von Einem, who looks keen to upgrade his silver medal from […]...
 

Oceania | Australia cleanup in Korea

The Australia team will have some gold to declare at customs after picking up two titles at the PTT Korea Open yesterday. Nathan Pellissier backed up his win just days ago in Chinese Taipei by taking out the Class 8 Men’s Singles title in Mungyeong. He had to come through two five game encounters on […]...
 

Oceania | Count backs and clean sheets in Korea

Australia is out in force at the Korea PTT Open with a squad of 12 taking the courts in Mungyeong. Daniela Di Toro put up a standout performance and is through to the semifinals of the Women’s Singles Class 4-5. She defeated her group’s top seed 3-1. But with three players each with one loss, […]...
 

Oceania | Pellissier adds to medal haul

Australia’s Nathan Pellissier has added to his medal at the Taichung Table Tennis Open for the Disabled, picking up a silver medal in the Class 8-10 Men’s Teams event. Pellissier and partner Lien Chung Ching (TPE) won their semifinal against Japan’s Hideo Tamai and Tateishi Arufuahirokazu, with the Aussie winning the deciding match against Arufuahirokazu  3-2 (6, -5, […]...
 

Oceania | Teams commence in Taichung

The teams events are underway at the Taichung Table Tennis Open for the Disabled in Chinese Taipei, with Australia’s Nathan Pellissier and Rosalie Turnbull representing the Oceania region at the event. After taking gold in the Class 8 Men’s Singles, Pellissier has continued his good run in Taichung, moving through the group stage to the […]...
 

Oceania | Underdog Pellissier wins in Taichung

Nathan Pellissier (AUS) has taken out the Class 8 Men’s Singles at the 2017 Taichung Table Tennis Open, claiming the title in style. The Aussie came in to the match against Japan’s Yoshihisa Takeda as the underdog, but obviously thrived under the pressure, taking the match in straight games. It was a big win for […]...
 

Oceania | Semifinal for Pellissier in Chinese Taipei

Nathan Pellissier has moved through to the semifinal of the Class 8 Men’s Singles at the Taichung Table Tennis Open for the Disabled in Chinese Tapei. The Aussie was able to notch up two 3-1 wins in the group stage, securing second place in his group after only going down to Japan’s Arufuahirokazu Tateishi in […]...
 

Oceania | Australian 2017 National Junior Championships

Yiming Xu and Holly Nicolas have taken the Under 18 Singles titles at the Australian 2017 National Junior Championships. On both occasions the match went the full seven games distance, with the winner coming from behind to take gold. In the Boys’ Singles final, Benjamin Gould got off to a flying start, leading three games to one. […]...
 

Oceania | Backspin: What’s in a name?

Table tennis in the Oceania region has been played under many banners. Just one of six continental federations operating within the International Table Tennis Federation, it has been the Oceania Table Tennis Federation, while now it simply called ITTF-Oceania; brevity is beautiful. But the region was called something completely different when it was first identified by […]...
 

Oceania | TT Technician: Vladi’s counter

A World Tour title on every continent. The most World Tour titles in the history of the sport. Vladimir Samsonov aka Vladi is a living legend and took out the recent Seamaster 2017 Australian Open on the Gold Coast. One of the keys to claiming the title against Simon Gauzy was the Belorussian’s unbelievable counter […]...
 

Oceania | Vicky Wu’s trip to China

Table tennis players do travel. And they also train. Just ask Vicky Wu. It’s been a busy few weeks of table tennis for the Fiji national representative. First up on the agenda for the 12 year-old was the China Junior & Cadet Open. Vicky had clear goals heading in to the tournament. Not just satisfied with […]...
 

Oceania | History made; Australian Open finals review

The Oceania region was home to the richest stop on the 2017 ITTF World Tour, as the Gold Coast hosted the Seamaster 2017 Australian Open. Vladimir Samsonov (BLR) continued to write history as he was crowned Men’s Singles champion after defeating Simon Gauzy (FRA). Before the tournament kicked off Samsonov said that he didn’t think […]...
 

Oceania | Oceania’s run comes to an end at Australian Open

The last remaining Oceania athletes have bowed out of the Seamaster 2017 Australian Open. The Australian pairings of Jian Fang Lay/Miao Miao and Xin Yan/Heming Hu were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Women’s and Men’s Doubles respectively. The Yan and Hu went down 3-0 (11-8, 11-5, 11-2) to no.1 seeds Jang Woojin and Park Ganghyeon (KOR), […]...
 

Oceania | Powell and Lay eliminated, attention turns to doubles

Oceania’s two remaining athletes have bowed out of the singles events at the Seamaster 2017 Australian Open. David Powell went down in straight games to the extremely experienced Gao Ning (SGP) while Jiang Fang Lay was defeated 4-1 in her match against Lee Eunhye (KOR). Oceania’s hopes now rest on the doubles, with an Australian pair […]...
 

Oceania | Quarterfinal places reserved for Australia

Australia made a strong start to their doubles campaigns at the Seamaster 2017 Australian Open this morning. In their opening round match of the Women’s Doubles Jian Fang Lay and Miao Miao defeated Chinese Taipei’s Cheng Hsien-Tzu and Liu Yu-Hsin in three straight games; 11-9, 11-8, 11-8.  In the quarterfinal the pair will meet India’s Sutirtha Mukherjee […]...
 

Oceania | Australian Open main draw preview

Australia’s Jian Fang Lay and David Powell will be making their main draw appearances tomorrow at the Seamaster 2017 Australian Open. David Powell has drawn Gao Ning (SGP), the world no.40 and the highest ranked player from the qualification rounds. Powell knows the match is going to be difficult, but plans on staying positive and […]...
 

Oceania | Heartbreak for Bromley at Australian Open

Michelle Bromley (AUS) saw victory slip through her fingers today in a hard fought match against world no.79 Huang Yi-Hua (TPE).  Bromley was able to take a 3-1 lead and looked like causing the biggest upset of the tournament so far. But with the fifth and six games going the way of Huang 10-12 and 9-11, […]...
 

Oceania | Close encounters as opening day of the Australian Open concludes

The first day of play at the 2017 Australian Open concluded with Oceania athletes coming down on the wrong side of some close encounters. In the Women’s Singles Feng Chunyi (AUS) was within a whisker of a big upset when she faced off against Charlotte Carey (WAL), who currently sits at no. 220 in the […]...
 

Oceania | Qualifications and 21s kickoff at the Australian Open

The Seamaster 2017 World Tour Australian Open got underway this morning with the Under 21 Singles and qualifications for the Men’s and Women’s Singles. Australia’s Dillon Chambers came close to a huge upset in the Under 21 Men’s Singles when he came up against Kim Minhyeok (KOR), going down 3-2. “Being my first international tournament […]...