Li Ju

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Li.
Li Ju
Full name Li Ju
Nationality  China
Born January 22, 1976
Nantong, Jiangsu, China
Playing style right-handed

Li Ju (Chinese: 李菊; pinyin: Lǐ Jú; born on January 22, 1976 in Nantong, Jiangsu) is a female Chinese table tennis player.

Achievements[edit]

  • 1996 Asian Cup - 1st team, 2nd singles
  • 1997 World Championships - 1st team, 2nd doubles (with Wang Nan), 3rd singles
  • 1997 World Cup - 2nd singles
  • 1997 Australian Open - 2nd singles & doubles (with Wang Chen)
  • 1997 China Grand Prix - 1st singles, 3rd doubles (with Wang Nan)
  • 1997 ITTF Pro Tour Grand Finals - 1st singles
  • 1997 National Games - 1st team, 2nd doubles (with Wu Na)
  • 1998 Ericsson China Open Challenge - Chief player to take up the challenges
  • 1998 China All Stars Tournament - 1st doubles (with Wang Nan)
  • 1998 Japan Open - 1st singles & doubles (with Wang Nan)
  • 1998 Asian Championships - 1st singles & team
  • 1998 Bangkok Asian Games - 1st doubles (with Wang Nan) & team, 2nd singles
  • 1999 ITTF Pro Tour Grand Finals - 1st doubles (with Wang Nan)
  • 1999 Ericsson China Open Challenge Finals - 1st singles
  • 1999 Asia-Top 12 - 2nd singles
  • 1999 Eindhoven World Championships - 1st doubles
  • 2000 Kuala Lumpur World Team Championships - 1st team
  • 2000 Sydney Olympic Games - 1st doubles, 2nd singles
  • 2000 Japan Open - 2nd singles
  • 2001 World Championships - 1st doubles & team
  • 2001 World Women's Club Championship - 1st team
  • 2003 World Championships - 1st doubles (with Wang Nan)
  • 2003 China Grand Prix - 1st doubles (with Bai Yang, first title won after her comeback)

References[edit]

  • [1] - China Daily