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ITTF Pro Tour

Spanish Open: Oh Sang Eun Beats Local Hero
(April 10, 2011)

Polish Open: Lee Sang Su Overcomes Alexander Shibaev
(March 21, 2011)

German Open: Zhang Jike Proves Unbeatable
(February 27, 2011)

UAE Open: Four Titles for Fourth Time for China
(February 20, 2011)

China Supreme in Qatar
(February 13, 2011)

English Open: China Totally Dominant
(January 30, 2011)

Slovenian Open: New Generation Strikes Gold in Velenje
(January 24, 2011)

Jun Mizutani Captures KAL Cup Pro Tour Grand Finals Menís Singles Crown
(December 21, 2010)

Polish Open: Winners Secure Passports to Grand Finals
(November 15, 2010)

Austrian Open: Sensational 24-year old Apolonia defeats Boll in final
(October 24, 2010)

Jun Mizutani Wins Dramatic Hungarian Final
(October 18, 2010)

Korean Open: Shock Winner as Year of Spanish Success Continues
(August 16, 2010)

Morocco Hasan II Open: Top Seeds Secure Gold in Morocco
(July 27, 2010)

Sharath Kamal Achanta Writes New Chapter in Indian Sporting History
(July 12, 2010)

Timo Boll wins Japan Open
(July 4, 2010)

Indian Open: Milestone for German Star
(June 20, 2010)

German Open: Predictable and Unpredictable in Berlin
(March 23, 2010)

Kuwait Open: Titles for Xu Xin and Liu Shiwen
(March 1, 2010)

Qatar Open: Wang Liqin & Guo Yue Complete Perfect Day for China
(February 22, 2010)

Timo Boll Adds to Medal Haul at Polish Open
(November 30, 2009)

ITTF Pro Champions Capture English Open Titles
(November 2, 2009)

Korean Open: New Career High for Japanese Star
(August 24, 2009)

China Open: Titles for Top Seeds in Tianjin
(August 17, 2009)

Morocco Open: Top Seeds Secure Singles Crowns
(July 13, 2009)

Japan Open: Titles for Japan and Korea
(June 14, 2009)

China Open: Japanese Duo Prevent Chinese Clean Sweep
(June 7, 2009)

Belarus Open: Serbian Shock Winner in Minsk
(May 31, 2009)

Double Gold for Timo Boll at German Open
(March 23, 2009)

Indian Open: Mixed Fortunes for India
(March 16, 2009)

Qatar Open: Timo Boll Wins Dramatic Final
(February 22, 2009)

Kuwait Open: Former World Junior Champions win titles
(February 16, 2009)

New Chinese Star Wins First Pro Tour Event
(January 25, 2009)

Polish Open: Boll completes hat-trick
(December 1, 2008)

Timo Boll and Liu Jia Crowned Erke German Open Champions
(November 24, 2008)

Timo Bolls wins Austrian Open
(November 3, 2008)

Hao Shuai clinches gold at Panasonic China Open
(September 15, 2008)

Singapore Open - Ma Long wins second consecutive title
(June 9, 2008)

Korean Open: Titles for Nineteen Year Old Chinese Stars
(June 2, 2008)

Japan Open: Ten Years Later the Same Names Clinch Gold
(May 26, 2008)

Wang Hao wins China Open
(May 20, 2008)

Chile Open: A Good Sign for Reigning Olympic Champion
(April 28, 2008)

Brazil Open: Hong Kong, Singapore and Korea Capture Gold
(April 21, 2008)

Ma Lin Retains Qatar Open Crown
(March 24, 2008)

Samsonov wins Kuwait Open
(March 17, 2008)

Samsonov wins Slovenian Open
(January 20, 2008)

Ma Lin and Li Xiaoxia win ITTF Pro Tour Finals
(December 16, 2007)

Swedish Open: Wang Hao, Li Xiaoxia Secure Honours
(November 19, 2007)

German Open: Ma Lin and Guo Yue Retain Top Spots
(November 13, 2007)

Ma Lin wins French Open
(November 6, 2007)

Austrian Open: Chen Qi Secures Consecutive Titles
(October 29, 2007)

Hong Kong Prevents Chinese Clean Sweep in Russia
(October 23, 2007)

Wang Hao wins Gold in Shenzhen
(September 3, 2007)

Samsonov wins Chinese Taipei Open in Style
(August 29, 2007)

Ma Lin wins Volkswagen China Open
(July 1, 2007)
Second ITTF Pro Tour Menís Singles Title of the Year

Wang Hao wins Japan Open
(June 25, 2007)

Korean Open: USA's Gao Jun wins Gold
(June 18, 2007)
The Architect and the Killer Clinch Womenís Doubles Gold in Korea

Chile Open: Kan Yo Repeats Brazilian Success
(April 24, 2007)

Brazil Open: Kan Yo, Tie Yana Capture Gold
(April 15, 2007)

Kuwait Open: Teenagers Strike
(February 25, 2007)

Qatar Open: Ma Lin's Revenge
(February 19, 2007)

Indian Open: Titles for Singapore
(February 11, 2007)

Slovenian Open: Wang Hao retains Title
(January 29, 2007)

Croatian Open: First Title For Hao Shuai
(January 22, 2007)

Pro Tour Grand Finals: Titles for China
(December 20, 2006)

Polish Open: Boll Wins Back-to-Back Titles
(November 21, 2006)
Form Maintained as Timo Boll Wins Consecutive ITTF Pro Tour Menís Singles Titles

German Open: Timo Boll thrills home crowd
(November 13, 2006)

Russian Open: Hou Yingchao's first Singles Title
(November 5, 2006)

Major Titles for Japan at Serbian Open
(October 22, 2006)
Penholder Kaii Yoshida wins power contest

Japan Open: Wang Liqin Captures Second Title
(September 25, 2006)

Timo Boll wins China Open
(September 19, 2006)
Beats Wang Liqin in final

Ma Lin wins Singapore Open
(September 10, 2006)
Yet Again Chuan Chih-Yuan is the Runner Up

Samsonov Captures Crown at Chile Open
(July 4, 2006)

Nineteen year old wins Brazil Open
(June 26, 2006)

Ma Lin at his best in China Open
(June 18, 2006)

Oh Sang Eun Wins Chinese Tapei Open
(June 12, 2006)
Dramatic Men's Singles Final

Defensive star wins Korean Open
(June 7, 2006)

Ma Lin Returns To Winning Ways
(February 24, 2006)
Defeats Chen Qi in Kuwait Open Men's Singles Final

Wang Liqin wins Qatar Open
(February 17, 2006)
Ma Lin is runner up

Samsonov retains Croatian Open Title
(January 30, 2006)
Beats Chen Qi in final

First Ever All European Final
(December 18, 2005)
ITTF Pro Tour Grand Finals

Boll wins Swedish Open
(November 20, 2005)
The German's second ITTF Pro Tour Menís Singles title of the year

Samsonov wins again, in Germany
(November 14, 2005)
Defeats young Ma Long German Open final

Samsonov in Great Shape
(November 6, 2005)
Samsonov wins Russian Open

Bolls wins Japan Open
(September 25, 2005)
Second Tme in Japan

Wang Liqin wins China Open
(September 11, 2005)
Beats Koreaís LEE Jung Woo in the final

Oh Sang Eun wins US Open
(July 14, 2005)
Third Men's Singles title this year

Brazilian Open: Romanian wins Men's Singles
(June 26, 2005)
Swedenís Pšr GERELL and Jens LUNDQVIST win doubles

Chinese Taipei Open
(June 19, 2005)
Korea For The Second Consecutive Week

Korean Open: Experience Counts
(June 12, 2005)
OH Sang Eun wins Men's Singles

Number Nineteen win for Liqin
(February 26, 2005)
Liqin defeats Ma Lin in Qatar open final

Russian wins Slovenian Open
(January 16, 2005)
First 2005 ITTF event

Wang Liqin wins ITTF Pro Tour
(December 12, 2004)
Defeats China team mate Ma Lin in final

Kreanga wins Men's Singles
(November 28, 2004)
Qualifies for Pro Tour Grand Finals

Austrian Open: Boll Hat-Trick
(November 23, 2004)
Bolls is Men's Singles Champion

Danish Open: Victory at home
(October 24, 2004)
Michael Maze wins his first ever Pro Tour title

Polish Open: Timo Triumphant
(October 19, 2004)
Wins doubles event also

Chen Qi wins Japan Open
(September 26, 2004)
His first ever ITTF Pro Tour Menís Singles title

China Open: Olympic Defeat Avenged
(September 20, 2004)
WANG Liqin is Men's Singles Champion

Teenager Beats Olympic Champion
(September 12, 2004)
17-year old Cao Zhen beats Zhang Yining

Rye Seung Min wins US Open
(July 10, 2004)
MS final dominated by fast footwork

Brazilian Open: Samsonov wins title
(June 28, 2004)
World Champion Schlager defeated in final

Chile Open: Klasek Loses A Classic
(June 24, 2004)
Kreanga wins Men's Singles Title

China dominate Singapore Open
(June 3, 2004)
Wang Liqin wins again

Wang Liqin wins Korean Open
(June 3, 2004)
Defeats Wang Hao in Men's Single Final

Egypt Open: Korean Sweep
(May 8, 2004)
Korea wins all four events

Wang Hao is Greek Open Champion
(February 5, 2004)
Hopes to repeat success in Athens Olympics

Schlager wins Croatian Open
(February 5, 2004)
World Champion wins first 2004 Pro Tour Event

Wang Hao wins ITTF Pro Tour Finals
(December 15, 2003)
Wins $38,000 and VW Beatle

Wang Liqin is Swedish Open Champion
(November 24, 2003)
Zhang Yining wins Women's Singles

Ma Lin wins Danish Open
(November 18, 2003)
Third title in a row for Ma Lin

German Open: Wang Liqin the strongest
(November 10, 2003)
All-China Men's Singles final

Japan Open: Youngest winner ever
(September 22, 2003)
Boll wins Men's Singles

China Open: Ma Lin wins again
(September 15, 2003)
Defeats compatriot Wang Hao

Korean Open: 19 yr-old star is born
(September 7, 2003)
Chen Qi defeated by Ma Lin in Men's Singles Final

Chuan wins Brazilian Open
(July 2, 2003)
Defeats Swede Jens Lundqvist in final

Qatar Open: Samsonov takes prize
(March 7, 2003)
Qatar Open Review

Qatar Open: Favourites in trouble
(March 6, 2003)
Qatar Open Review

Qatar Open: Day 1
(March 5, 2003)
Qatar Open Review

Croatian Open: Third title for Wang Hao
(January 26, 2003)
Croation Open Review

Karlsson beats World Champion
(January 25, 2003)
Croatian Open Review

Croatian Open: Day 1
(January 24, 2003)
Croation Open Review

ITTF Pro Tour Finals Dominated by China
(December 15, 2002)

ITTF Pro Tour Finals: Guo is Runner-Up
(December 14, 2002)
ITTF Pro Tour Finals Review

ITTF Pro Tour Finals: 14 yr-old in Semis
(December 13, 2002)
ITTF Pro Tour Finals Review

ITTF Pro Tour Finals: Day 1
(December 13, 2002)
ITTF Pro Tour Finals Review

Danish Open: Ma Lin wins again
(November 24, 2002)
Danish Open Review

Danish Open: All Europeans are Out
(November 23, 2002)
Danish Open Review

Danish Open: Day 1
(November 23, 2002)
Danish Open Review

Polish Open: Ma Lin wins Men's Final
(November 17, 2002)
Polish Open Review

Polish Open: Top seeds out on top
(November 16, 2002)
Polish Open Review

Polish Open: Running for Stockholm
(November 15, 2002)
Polish Open Review

Dutch Open: Wang H. wins Men's Singles
(October 27, 2002)
Dutch Open Review

Dutch Open: Ma Lin wins again
(October 26, 2002)
Dutch Open Review

Dutch Open: Top players in last 16
(October 25, 2002)
Dutch Open Review

Dutch Open: Day 1
(October 24, 2002)
Dutch Open Review

German Open: Ma Lin wins Men's Singles
(October 20, 2002)
German Open Review

German Open: Time Up For Timo
(October 19, 2002)
German Open Review

German Open: Victory but at a Price
(October 18, 2002)
German Open Review

Japan Open: Kreanga wins title
(September 15, 2002)
Japan Open Review

Japan Open: Success is sweeter at home
(September 14, 2002)
Japan Open Review

Korea Open: Schlager wins again
(September 8, 2002)
Korea Open Review

Korea Open: One more Korean left
(September 7, 2002)
Korea Open Review

Korea Open: Best Chinese are out
(September 6, 2002)
Korea Open Review

Brazilian Open: Schlager's happy ending
(July 14, 2002)
Brazilian Open Review

Brazilian Open: Brazilian youth champion
(July 13, 2002)
Brazilian Open Review

Brazilian Open: 13yr old in last 16
(July 12, 2002)
Brazilian Open Review

Brazilian Open: Schlager tries once more
(July 11, 2002)
Brazilian Open Review

US Open: Chinese win all events
(July 6, 2002)
US Open Review

US Open: China moves forward
(July 5, 2002)
US Open Review

US Open: Main Singles Draws Set
(July 4, 2002)
US Open Review

US Open: Good start for Americans
(July 3, 2002)
US Open review

World Champions on top
(June 2, 2002)
China Open Review

Swedes eliminated
(June 1, 2002)
China Open review

Young Chinese are taking over
(May 31, 2002)
China Open review

No vacation in Qingdao
(May 29, 2002)
China Open Preview

Karlsson wins Italian Open
(May 5, 2002)
Italian Open Update

Goodbye to Favourites
(May 4, 2002)
Italian Open update

Hong Kong dominates Doubles
(May 4, 2002)
Italian Open update

All Favourites Survive
(May 3, 2002)
Italian Open Update

Saive gives up Italy
(May 2, 2002)
Patrick Chila and Ni Xia Lian will not take part also

Saive wins Qatar Open
(March 10, 2002)
Defeats CHUAN Chu-Yuan in Final

Qatar Open Review
(March 7, 2002)
Qatar Open Press Releases

Ex-World and Olympic Champions meet
(March 5, 2002)
Qatar Open Draws

A Golden Lift in Doha
(March 4, 2002)
Qatar Open Preview

Egyptian Open
(February 24, 2002)
18-yr old Chinese gives top players a lesson

Timo Boll wins Austrian Open
(February 2, 2002)
Defeats Waldner in Final

2002 ITTF Pro Tour Calendar
(January 21, 2002)
Increase in prize money

Ma Lin wins Pro Tour Finals
(January 13, 2002)
Defeats Wang Liqin in final

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