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LIU Shiwen Name LIU Shiwen
NOC CHN - China China Date of Birth 12 APR 1991
Residence Gender Female
Height 161 cm Weight 48 kg
Discipline Table Tennis

Table Tennis

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Partner Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
Women's Singles
02 OCT 2014 20 : 00 Women's Singles Quarterfinal Match 1 4 - 0 Win LEE Ho Ching HKG - Hong Kong, China HKG
02 OCT 2014 12 : 00 Women's Singles 1/16 Elimination Match 1 4 - 1 Win RI Migyong PRK - DPR Korea PRK
02 OCT 2014 10 : 00 Women's Singles 1/32 Elimination Match 1 4 - 0 Win DOUANGPANYA Seangdavieng LAO - Lao PDR LAO
Women's Doubles
02 OCT 2014 14 : 00 Women's Doubles Quarterfinal Match 1 WU Yang 3 - 0 Win PARK Youngsook
/ YANG Haeun
KOR - Korea, Republic of KOR
01 OCT 2014 16 : 00 Women's Doubles 1/16 Elimination Match 1 WU Yang 3 - 0 Win LIN Ye
/ ZHOU Yihan
SIN - Singapore SIN
Women's Team
30 SEP 2014 14 : 00 Women's Team Gold Medal Match 3 - 1 Win Japan JPN - Japan JPN
29 SEP 2014 19 : 30 Women's Team Semifinal 1 3 - 0 Win DPR Korea PRK - DPR Korea PRK
28 SEP 2014 20 : 00 Women's Team Quarterfinal 1 3 - 0 Win Chinese Taipei TPE - Chinese Taipei TPE
28 SEP 2014 12 : 00 Women's Team Preliminary Round Group A 3 - 0 Win India IND - India IND
27 SEP 2014 16 : 00 Women's Team Preliminary Round Group A 3 - 0 Win Malaysia MAS - Malaysia MAS
27 SEP 2014 12 : 00 Women's Team Preliminary Round Group A 3 - 0 Win Nepal NEP - Nepal NEP

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
1Team2010Guangzhou, CHN
2Women's Doubles2010Guangzhou, CHN
World Championships
1Team2014Tokyo, JPN
1Team2012Dortmund, GER
2Singles2013Paris, FRA
2Women's Doubles2013Paris, FRA
2Team2010Moscow, RUS
3Singles2011Rotterdam, NED
3Singles2009Yokohama, JPN
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles2009Yokohama, JPN
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles2007Zagreb, CRO
ITTF World Tour Grand Finals
1Singles2013Dubai, UAE
1Singles2012Hangzhou, CHN
1Singles2011London, GBR
ITTF World Tour
1Women's Doubles2014China Open, CHN
1Women's Doubles2014Kuwait Open, KUW
1Singles2013Kuwait Open, KUW
1Women's Doubles2013Russian Open, RUS
1Women's Doubles2013China Open, CHN
1Singles2012Korea Open, KOR
1Singles2012Hungarian Open, HUN
1Women's Doubles2012Korea Open, KOR
1Women's Doubles2012Hungarian Open, HUN
1Singles2011Qatar Open, QAT
1Women's Doubles2011China Open, CHN
2Singles2014China Open, CHN
2Singles2013Russian Open, RUS
2Singles2013China Open, CHN
2Singles2013Qatar Open, QAT
2Singles2012China Open, CHN
2Singles2012China Open, CHN
2Singles2012Slovenian Open, SLO
2Singles2011Swedish Open, SWE
2Singles2011Austrian Open, AUT
3Singles2014Kuwait Open, KUW
3Singles2013China Open, CHN
3Women's Doubles2013Qatar Open, QAT
3Women's Doubles2013Kuwait Open, KUW
3Women's Doubles2012China Open, CHN
3Singles2011China Open, CHN
3Singles2011English Open, GBR
3Women's Doubles2011Swedish Open, SWE
3Women's Doubles2011UAE Open, UAE
3Women's Doubles2011Qatar Open, QAT
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles2013China Open, CHN
QuarterfinalSingles2011UAE Open, UAE
QuarterfinalWomen's Doubles2011English Open, GBR
1st RoundWomen's Doubles2012China Open, CHN
1st RoundWomen's Doubles2011Austrian Open, AUT
Asian Championships
1Singles2013Busan, KOR
1Team2013Busan, KOR
1Team2012Macau, CHN
1Team2009Lucknow, IND
2Women's Doubles2013Busan, KOR
3Singles2012Macau, CHN
3Singles2009Lucknow, IND
3Mixed Doubles2009Lucknow, IND
World Ranking
1Singles2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Athlete
Higher education South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, CHN
Club Shanxi Datuhe, China
Coach Liu Zhiqiang [national]; Kong Linghui [national]; Liu Zhiqiang [personal] (tabletennista.com, 05 Jun 2014; sports.sina.com.cn, 22 Jul 2014)
Plays Right (ITTF, 05 Nov 2010)
Injuries A shoulder injury forced her to retire during the singles final of the 2013 China Open in Suzhou, China. (sports.sohu.com, 18 Aug 2013)<BR/><BR/>She missed the 2012 National Championships in Zhangjiagang, China, because of a waist injury. (news.163.com, 13 Oct 2012)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She began playing table tennis as a child in Liaoning, China. (ITTF, 25 Mar 2010; sports.sohu.com, 24 May 2005)

Reason for taking up this sport
Her mother was a table tennis coach, and she sent Liu to sports school in Fushun, China, so she could learn the sport. (sports.sohu.com, 10 Feb 2010)

Ambitions
To compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (sports.sina.com.cn, 08 Nov 2013)

Hero
Chinese table tennis players Deng Yaping and Wang Nan. (sports.sohu.com, 24 May 2005)

Superstitions / Rituals
When she travels to competitions she always takes with her a necklace her mother gave to her, a stuffed bear, and a good pillow for her neck. (sports.sina.com.cn, 18 Sep 2007)

Awards
She was named 2013 Fan's Female Table Tennis Star at the International Table Tennis Federation [ITTF] Star Awards. (ITTF, 11 Jan 2014)

She was named Most Valuable Player [MVP] of the 2013 China Table Tennis Super League. (sports.qq.com, 11 Dec 2013)

General
HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENT
In 2013 she became the first female table tennis player to win the singles event at the ITTF World Tour Grand Finals for three consecutive years. (tabletennista.com, 14 Jan 2014)

EARLY MOVE AWAY
At age seven she left home in Fushun, China, to follow her table tennis coach Zhangjing Qing to Guangzhou, China, nearly 3,000km away. She would cry every day when it got dark outside as she was homesick. Her mother also moved to Guangzhou when Liu was age 11. (sports.sohu.com, 24 May 2005)

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