Table Tennis All Japan Championship Women's Singles Ito and Ishikawa advance to the best 4 January 18 13:12
Women's singles quarterfinals were held at the All Japan Table Tennis Championships, and Misato Ito, who was aiming for the third straight victory, won the straight without giving the opponent the chance to advance to the best four.
In the table tennis all-Japan championship held in Osaka City, the women's singles quarterfinal was held on the 18th of the sixth day of the tournament.
Ito, aiming for the third straight victory, played against 14-year-old second-year junior high school student Haruna Oshio, who finished second in the junior world championship.
Ito took the initiative in a variety of servings and receives for a cut ball that hit and rolled under the ball of the player who played for the first time, and took the first game 11-4. Was.
In the second and subsequent games, he struck his specialty smash on tough courses, and did not leave a chance for Oshio to hit the ground by using the ball that was dropped near the end line of the ping-pong table and on the net before and after the game. Ito advanced to the semifinals on the 19th with a 4-0 game count straight win.
Kazumi Ishikawa, who has been decided to be the representative of the Tokyo Olympics along with Ito, has decided to advance to the semi-finals by winning Saki Shibata, who aimed to advance to the best four for the first time, with a game count of 4: 1.