Euro-Asia Cup

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The Euro-Asia Cup, also called Euro-Asia all stars series, is a table tennis competition organised by the Asian Table Tennis Union (ATTU) and the European Table Tennis Union (ETTU).

Each "Asia-Europe All Stars Series" consist in a two-day team competition between an Asian and a European all star teams.

Results[edit]

Date Host City Line-up Results
Europe Asia
August 25–26, 2009 Beijing Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Greece Kalinikos Kreanga
Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Denmark Michael Maze
Sweden Jörgen Persson
China Ma Long
China Ma Lin
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-Yuan
Hong Kong Cheung Yuk
Asia beats Europe 6-4
November 10–11, 2009 Istanbul Germany Timo Boll
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Greece Kalinikos Kreanga
Denmark Michael Maze
Austria Werner Schlager
China Wang Hao
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-Yuan
Hong Kong Li Ching
Singapore Gao Ning
Europe beats Asia 6-5
April 13–15, 2010 Beijing Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Denmark Michael Maze
Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Austria Werner Schlager
Sweden Jörgen Persson
China Wang Liqin
Japan Jun Mizutani
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Hong Kong Cheung Yuk
Singapore Yang Zi
Asia beats Europe 6-5
October 12–13, 2010 Mons Germany Timo Boll
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Greece Kalinikos Kreanga
Austria Chen Weixing
Belgium Jean-Michel Saive
China Ma Long
Japan Jun Mizutani
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-Yuan
Hong Kong Tang Peng
Asia beats Europe 6-4
March 1–2, 2011 Beijing Germany Timo Boll
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Austria Werner Schlager
Portugal Tiago Apolónia
Romania Adrian Crișan
China Zhang Jike
Japan Jun Mizutani
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-Yuan
Hong Kong Tang Peng
Asia beats Europe 6-4
October 13–14, 2011 Minsk Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Denmark Michael Maze
Russia Alexey Smirnov
France Adrien Mattenet
China Xu Xin
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
Singapore Gao Ning
Hong Kong Tang Peng
Asia beats Europe 7-3
May 12–13, 2012 Tianjin Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Romania Adrian Crișan
Slovenia Bojan Tokič
Russia Alexey Smirnov
Japan Jun Mizutani
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
Singapore Gao Ning
China Hao Shuai
Hong Kong Leung Chu Yan
Asia beats Europe 7-3
October 27–28, 2012 Vendée Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Denmark Michael Maze
Romania Adrian Crișan
France Adrien Mattenet
Hong Kong Jiang Tianyi
South Korea Ryu Seung-Min
Singapore Zhan Jian
Japan Kazuhiro Chan
India Sharath Kamal
Europe beats Asia 6-4
March 16–17, 2013 Qingdao Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Belarus Vladimir Samsonov
Romania Adrian Crișan
Austria Chen Weixing
Portugal Marcos Freitas
China Zhang Jike
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
Japan Jun Mizutani
South Korea Joo Se-Hyuk
Hong Kong Jiang Tianyi
Asia beats Europe 7-3

TV broadcasting[edit]

The Euro-Asia Cup is broadcast by Eurosport in Europe. The 2009 competition in Istanbul, gathered a cumulated audience of 6.2 million viewers.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nikolic, Milica (16 November 2009). "Over 6,2 million TV viewers watched Eurosport!". Retrieved 20 October 2010. 

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