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Yui HASHIMOTO (橋本 由衣)

Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by chris-ccc, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. chris-ccc

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    At the 2013 Swiss Open, Yui HASHIMOTO is playing Ratchanok INTANON [5] in the Semi-Finals (right now, as I type).

    HASHIMOTO has just won Game 1 (at 21-19).

    I am quite impressed by HASHIMOTO's skill.

    I thought we should start a thread for her.

    More info about Yui HASHIMOTO is most welcomed here.
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    how fast are you!:eek:
     
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    agreed! She is now 6-11 down to ratchanok. Quite a good fight between them 2.
     
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    2013 Swiss Open

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    Hahaha...... Just because I am watching her match against Ratchanok INTANON right now.

    BTW, Ratchanok stepped up 1 gear, and took Game 2 easily.

    Current score is:
    Game 1: Yui HASHIMOTO-Ratchanok INTANON: 21-19
    Game 2: Yui HASHIMOTO-Ratchanok INTANON: 10-21
    Game 3: Yui HASHIMOTO-Ratchanok INTANON: 06-11 (interval)
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    2013 Swiss Open

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    But Ratchanok INTANON is just too good.

    Final score:
    Game 1: Yui HASHIMOTO-Ratchanok INTANON: 21-19
    Game 2: Yui HASHIMOTO-Ratchanok INTANON: 10-21
    Game 3: Yui HASHIMOTO-Ratchanok INTANON: 13-21
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    That's what they call the ''rising-star''. Shes a beauty too :D Anyway, Yui played very well tonight.
     
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    quite impressed by Yui Hashimoto.

    her Swiss Open match:

    [video=youtube;nM7a2ijUPFE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM7a2ijUPFE[/video]
     
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    her match against Nozomi:

    [video=youtube;48fOhTMs0hY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=48fOhTMs0hY&feature=endscreen[/video]

    not sure what tournament this is, but seems to be some Japan Circuit tournament. very nice match.
     
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    seems to have some issue with pimple outbreak. but overall not a bad looking girl. ;)
     
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    2013 India Open SS: Yui Hashimoto defeated Saina Nehwal in Round 2

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    What a surprise when I found out that Yui Hashimoto has defeated Saina Nehwal, the tournament No.1 seed, in Round 2 at the 2013 India Open SS yesterday (25-April).

    Here is the results link : http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draw.aspx?id=10551ABF-E70A-4BA7-BBED-FF88F6793E7E&draw=4

    Can any BCers give us the youtube link for this match (how Yui Hashimoto managed to defeat Saina Nehwal)?
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    Not really a youngster, is she? Going on 23 this year ...... bloomed a bit late in the international scene, but that explains how well she could handle her nerve to save those matchpoints.
     
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    Yes, I would like to know (and to watch) how Yui came back when she was 17-20 down (in Game 3) to defeat Saina 22-20 for that match.
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    big thanks to Yui for her fantastic performance in R2 India SS 2013. as a result, world #1 position in WS still in China's domination :p:p:p
     
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    Yui has some creditable results with her victory over Jiang YJ and Saina, but I don't think she can climb up very far because of her age and height (1.52m ??)
    There are many new WS talents in the circuit now, and I think speed and height gave some players advantage.
    i am surprised that Yui beat Sindhu in 2 sets in their previous meeting, but here in India (1 month later), she lost in 2 sets to Sindhu.
    She may be in top 30 by 2013 year end as she has the skill, but lets see if she has the luck and the necessary breakthrough this year.
     
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    Title of the clip says "Japan Ranking Circuit Tournament 2012, finals"
     
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    I'd barely heard of Hashimoto and never seen her until this week.

    So far she's beaten;
    Porntip 21-11, 21-14
    Sayaka Takahashi 21-13 21-13
    Li Han 21-18 21-18

    She plays Marin in the SF tomorrow and I see no reason why she can't beat her too. Would likely face Shixian in the final.

    Here's her match vs Li Han

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quXgfn-rG70
     
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    I knew her before,
    -She beat Saina Newhal in india open SS 2013
    -Semi-finalist japan open SS 2013
    -beat Jiang Yanjiao in swiss open GPG 2013
     
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    japan seems to rolling out so many very good WS players, its just matter of time before they find someone good enough to consistently challenge top-top players
     

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