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Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by yannie, Feb 22, 2007.
Malaysia Open 2007
Malaysia Open 2007
Japanese looks so cute. Any info of the two?
Dunno.. Ying, have you seen Othsuka's rings? *wf
yup i saw. Two rings some more. WAH
AKAO Aki 赤尾亞希 （LEFT）MATSUDA Tomomi 松田友美
The Jap player to follow closely is probably Kenichi Tago!
I was really impressed by this 17 yeras old yungster when he won the Swedish International (Where he beat some really strong Dansih players).
He have a tough draw, after qualifying, in German Open, against #2 seed Chen Yu... But Kenichi can very well be a top star in a few year!!
Did anyone see Shoji Sato's face when he lost to Chong Wei during the Asian Games 2006? He was smiling when he shook hands with Chong Wei! And it was such a nice smile...! How's he like in real person? He seems like a really great person. But, I just wish he can go further.
Ah.. I saw him in the Swedish International draw also.
Jens Kristian Leth[DEN] -[JPN] Kenichi Tago15-21 15-21
Good luck for German Open.
its strange how yonex is a japanese brand yet there are so few japanese players.
Maybe Yonex should do Sumo Wrestling @_@!?!?
Well, the big thing about Yonex is their technology, and the japanese have always been a leader in consumer tech. That would include racquets i guess ^^ \/
Shintaro Ikeda & Shuichi Sakamoto
TH and Japanese players !
yeah i saw this pic before.. taufik looks like a god, while the japanese players look like god's own angels..
maybe they in japan open
yup maybe hehehehe .. dunno ah
well, i do like the players profiles .... nice way to take photos of the players.
yes,i agree with you.
Reiko Shiota played WS in 2000 World Junior Championship.
Maybe she lost to a Chinese player.