Zhu Yuling

Table Tennis player

Zhu Yuling (simplified Chinese:朱雨玲; traditional Chinese: 朱雨玲; born 10 January 1995[1] in Mianyang) is a Chinese table tennis player.

Zhu Yuling
朱雨玲
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Born (1995-01-10) January 10, 1995 (age 25)
NationalityChinese
CitizenshipPeople's Republic of China
OccupationTable tennis player

CareerEdit

International she was first active in 2010, where she won the World Championships in the youth field. At the Asian Championships in the same year Zhu vice-champion in the singles and doubles. Moreover she won silver at the Japan Open in the singles and at the Australian Open silver in the doubles. This medals were her first at the World Tour. After coming on place 105 in the world rankings in July, she was in September on place 25.

In the years after that she got numerous medals at Junior World-and Asian championships.

In 2013, her activity continued to increase. At the World Championships Zhu won two bronze medals.[2]

In the singles and in the doubles. At the end of the year she took part in the World Tour Grand Finals, where she lost to Li Xiaoxia in the quarter finals.

In 2014, Zhu won gold with the team at the World Championships[3]. Also she won the Swedish Open and the Kuwait Open.

In 2015, she lost to Liu Shiwen in the quarterfinals at the World Championships, but she won gold with her in the doubles. At the Asian Championships she took gold. Because of the third place at the Asian Cup in the singles she took part at the World Cup, where she lost in the quarterfinals against Li Jiao. At the Grand Finals she won bronze in the singles and gold in the doubles.

In 2016, followed one more time gold at the World Championships with the team[4] as gold as the Grand Finals for the first time in the singles category.

In 2017, she won bronze at the Asian Championships. But she won silver at the World Championships in the singles and in the doubles, too.

In September and October she beat twice Liu Shiwen at the World Cup and Asian Cup. Therefore she was for the first time number one.

SuccessEdit

World ChampionshipsEdit

  • 2010- Youth gold in the singles
  • 2013- Bronze in the singles and doubles
  • 2015- gold in the doubles
  • 2017- silver in the singles and doubles

World CupEdit

  • 2012- Team Gold
  • 2015- Team Gold
  • 2017- Singles Gold
  • 2018- Team Gold

Asian ChampionshipsEdit

  • 2015- Team and Singles Gold
  • 2017- Team Gold

Results from the ITTF-databankEdit

Association Year Competition Country City Singles Doubles Mixed Team
CHN 2010 Youth-Worldchampionships SVK Bratislava Gold Gold
CHN 2013 World Championships FRA Paris Bronze Bronze
CHN 2014 World Championships JPN Tokio Gold
CHN 2015 World Championships CHN Tianjin Quarterfinals Gold
CHN 2016 World Championships MAI Kuala Lumpur Gold
CHN 2017 World Championships GER Düsseldorf Silver Silver
CHN 2010 Asianchampionships KOR Busan Silver Silver
CHN 2010 Japan Open JPN Tokio Silver
CHN 2010 Australian Open AUS Canberra last 16 Silver
CHN 2013 World Tour Grand Finals KAS Astana Quarterfinals
CHN 2014 Swedish Open SWE Stockholm Gold
CHN 2014 Kuwait Open KUW Kuwait City Gold
CHN 2015 Asianchampionships THA Pattaya Gold Bronze Gold
CHN 2015 Asian Cup IND Jaipur Bronze
CHN 2015 World Cup JPN Sendai Quarterfinals Gold
CHN 2015 World Tour Grand Finals POR Lisbon Bronze Gold
CHN 2016 World Tour Grand Finals QAT Doha Gold
CHN 2017 Asianchampionships CHN Wuxi Bronze Gold
CHN 2017 World Cup KAN Toronto Gold
CHN 2017 Asian Cup FIN Helsinki Gold
CHN 2018 World Cup ENG London Gold

ReferencesEdit

  1. tabletennis.guide. "Table tennnis: video, photos, rankings, analytics". tabletennis.guide. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  2. "ITTF World Championships 2013 media guide". Issuu. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  3. Nachrichten, n-tv. "Tischtennis-Herren fordern Übermacht China". n-tv.de (in German). Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  4. "WM 2016: Auch Chinas Herren verteidigen ungefährdet den Titel -". www.tt-news.de. Retrieved 2018-04-12.