2013 World Table Tennis Championships – Men's Doubles

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2013 World Table Tennis Championships
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Champions   Chinese Taipei Chen Chien-an
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
Runners-up   China Hao Shuai
China Ma Lin
Final score   9–11, 12–10, 11–6, 13–11, 9–11, 11–8
Events
Singles   Men   Women
Doubles   Men   Women   Mixed
Men's Doubles
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The 2013 World Table Tennis Championships – Men's Doubles was the 52nd edition of the men's doubles championship. [1] [2]

Chen Chien-an and Chuang Chih-yuan defeated Hao Shuai and Ma Lin 9–11, 12–10, 11–6, 13–11, 9–11, 11–8 in the final to win the title.[3]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Chinese Taipei Chen Chien-an
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
Silver China Hao Shuai
China Ma Lin
Bronze Japan Seiya Kishikawa
Japan Jun Mizutani
China Wang Liqin
China Zhou Yu

Seeds[edit]

Doubles matches were best of 5 games in qualification matches and best of 7 games in the 64-player sized main draw.[4][5]

  1. China Hao Shuai / China Ma Lin (Final)
  2. China Wang Liqin / China Zhou Yu (Semifinals)
  3. China Chen Qi / China Fang Bo (Third Round)
  4. Singapore Gao Ning / Singapore Yang Zi (Second Round)
  5. Japan Kenta Matsudaira / Japan Koki Niwa (Third Round)
  6. South Korea Kim Min-Seok / South Korea Seo Hyun-Deok (Quarterfinals)
  7. Chinese Taipei Chen Chien-an / Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan (Champions)
  8. Hong Kong Jiang Tianyi / Hong Kong Leung Chu Yan (Third Round)
  9. Japan Seiya Kishikawa / Japan Jun Mizutani (Semifinals)
  10. Japan Kazuhiro Chan / Japan Kenji Matsudaira (Quarterfinals)
  11. Austria Robert Gardos / Austria Daniel Habesohn (Quarterfinals)
  12. Russia Alexander Shibaev / Russia Kirill Skachkov (Second Round)
  13. Germany Patrick Baum / Germany Bastian Steger (Third Round)
  14. South Korea Jung Young-Sik / South Korea Lee Sang-Su (Third Round)
  15. Sweden Kristian Karlsson / Sweden Mattias Karlsson (Third Round)
  16. Russia Alexey Liventsov / Russia Mikhail Paykov (Third Round)
  17. Portugal Tiago Apolónia / Portugal João Monteiro (Third Round)
  18. Austria Stefan Fegerl / Austria Feng Xiaoquan (First Round)
  19. Brazil Thiago Monteiro / Brazil Gustavo Tsuboi (Second Round)
  20. Sweden Pär Gerell / Sweden Jens Lundqvist (Second Round)
  21. France Adrien Mattenet / France Quentin Robinot (Second Round)
  22. France Christophe Legoût / France Abdel-Kader Salifou (Second Round)
  23. Romania Adrian Crişan / Romania Andrei Filimon (Second Round)
  24. Greece Panagiotis Gionis / Greece Konstantinos Papageorgiou (First Round)
  25. Chinese Taipei Chiang Hung-chieh / Chinese Taipei Huang Sheng-sheng (Quarterfinals)
  26. Poland Robert Floras / Poland Daniel Gorak (First Round)
  27. Italy Mihai Bobocica / Italy Niagol Stoyanov (First Round)
  28. Slovenia Bojan Tokič / Slovenia Jan Zibrat (First Round)
  29. Croatia Andrej Gaćina / Croatia Tomislav Kolarek (Second Round)
  30. Spain He Zhi Wen / Spain Carlos Machado (Second Round)
  31. France Simon Gauzy / France Emmanuel Lebesson (Second Round)
  32. Hong Kong Tang Peng / Hong Kong Wong Chun Ting (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

  • Q = Qualifier
  • w/o = Walkover
  • w/d = Withdraw
  • r = Retired
  • DQ = Disqualified

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
1 China Hao Shuai
China Ma Lin
11 11 12 14
9 Japan Seiya Kishikawa
Japan Jun Mizutani
7 9 10 12 1 China Hao Shuai
China Ma Lin
11 10 6 11 11 8
7 Chinese Taipei Chen Chien-an
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
11 11 9 9 11 11 7 Chinese Taipei Chen Chien-an
Chinese Taipei Chuang Chih-yuan
9 12 11 13 9 11
2 China Wang Liqin
China Zhou Yu
6 6 11 11 5 8

Top half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 China S Hao
China L Ma
11 11 11 11
Czech Republic L Jančárik
Czech Republic D Prokopcov
1 4 4 8 1 China S Hao
China L Ma
11 11 11 11
Croatia Z Primorac
Croatia R Tošić
6 11 11 8 11 5 11 Croatia Z Primorac
Croatia R Tošić
4 3 9 3
18 Austria S Fegerl
Austria X Feng
11 8 9 11 4 11 4 1 China S Hao
China L Ma
11 7 11 6 11 12
17 Portugal T Apolónia
Portugal J Monteiro
8 11 18 11 11 14 17 Portugal T Apolónia
Portugal J Monteiro
3 11 7 11 2 10
Hong Kong Y Cheung
Hong Kong KH Mak
11 5 20 9 8 12 17 Portugal T Apolónia
Portugal J Monteiro
8 11 11 11 8 11
Romania O Ionescu
Romania H Szőcs
14 4 11 2 8 12 Russia A Shibaev
Russia K Skachkov
11 8 3 8 11 3
12 Russia A Shibaev
Russia K Skachkov
16 11 7 11 11 1 China S Hao
China L Ma
11 12 8 11 11
11 Austria R Gardos
Austria D Habesohn
9 11 11 16 6 11 11 Austria R Gardos
Austria D Habesohn
6 10 11 5 8
Belgium R Devos
Belgium C Nuytinck
11 7 4 14 11 7 11 Austria R Gardos
Austria D Habesohn
11 11 5 11 9 11
Belarus K Barabanov
Belarus P Platonov
7 8 9 5 22 France C Legoût
France A-K Salifou
3 8 11 7 11 6
22 France C Legoût
France A-K Salifou
11 11 11 11 11 Austria R Gardos
Austria D Habesohn
8 11 11 11 4 12
28 Slovenia B Tokič
Slovenia J Zibrat
13 10 11 10 8 4 8 Hong Kong T Jiang
Hong Kong CY Leung
11 6 9 8 11 10
North Korea H-B Kim
North Korea S-H Pak
11 12 6 12 11 11 North Korea H-B Kim
North Korea S-H Pak
6 5 9 11
Hungary D Kosiba
Hungary T Lakatos
5 2 6 6 8 Hong Kong T Jiang
Hong Kong CY Leung
11 11 11 13
8 Hong Kong T Jiang
Hong Kong CY Leung
11 11 11 11

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
5 Japan K Matsudaira
Japan K Niwa
11 11 10 11 12 11
Slovakia L Pistej
Slovakia P Sereda
9 8 12 13 10 6 5 Japan K Matsudaira
Japan K Niwa
11 11 11 11
Egypt E-s Lashin
Egypt A Saleh
11 2 11 4 6 7 29 Croatia A Gaćina
Croatia T Kolarek
6 9 8 5
29 Croatia A Gaćina
Croatia T Kolarek
6 11 4 11 11 11 5 Japan K Matsudaira
Japan K Niwa
7 11 11 8 2 11 10
23 Romania A Crişan
Romania A Filimon
13 10 11 4 11 11 9 Japan S Kishikawa
Japan J Mizutani
11 8 6 11 11 6 12
South Korea E-R Cho
South Korea K-M Kim
11 12 5 11 9 7 23 Romania A Crişan
Romania A Filimon
9 5 4 3
Poland P Fertikowski
Poland Z Wang
9 6 6 11 6 9 Japan S Kishikawa
Japan J Mizutani
11 11 11 11
9 Japan S Kishikawa
Japan J Mizutani
11 11 11 4 11 9 Japan S Kishikawa
Japan J Mizutani
6 11 11 5 11 11
15 Sweden K Karlsson
Sweden M Karlsson
9 11 13 11 11 25 Chinese Taipei H-c Chiang
Chinese Taipei S-s Huang
11 8 4 11 8 8
Spain J Cantero
Spain M Duran
11 6 11 5 4 15 Sweden K Karlsson
Sweden M Karlsson
11 11 11 12
Chinese Taipei C-s Lee
Chinese Taipei C-c Wu
9 8 9 11 11 8 19 Brazil T Monteiro
Brazil G Tsuboi
4 3 5 10
19 Brazil T Monteiro
Brazil G Tsuboi
11 11 11 7 9 11 15 Sweden K Karlsson
Sweden M Karlsson
10 11 7 3 3
25 Chinese Taipei H-c Chiang
Chinese Taipei S-s Huang
11 11 11 11 25 Chinese Taipei H-c Chiang
Chinese Taipei S-s Huang
12 9 11 11 11
Sweden F Akerstrom
Sweden H Nordberg
6 7 7 7 25 Chinese Taipei H-c Chiang
Chinese Taipei S-s Huang
11 6 11 11 10 11
Lebanon D Cheaib
Lebanon A Moumjoghlian
7 7 4 8 4 Singapore N Gao
Singapore Z Yang
9 11 9 5 12 4
4 Singapore N Gao
Singapore Z Yang
11 11 11 11

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
3 China Q Chen
China B Fang
11 11 11 11
Denmark M Hindersson
Denmark M Rasmussen
6 8 5 7 3 China Q Chen
China B Fang
11 10 11 11 11
Denmark J Groth
Denmark K Sternberg
9 8 11 11 4 10 31 France S Gauzy
France E Lebesson
8 12 4 4 9
31 France S Gauzy
France E Lebesson
11 11 7 7 11 12 3 China Q Chen
China B Fang
8 11 12 11 10 9 6
21 France A Mattenet
France Q Robinot
7 11 11 6 11 11 11 10 Japan K Chan
Japan K Matsudaira
11 3 10 4 12 11 11
Germany P Franziska
Germany S Mengel
11 7 13 11 6 6 8 21 France A Mattenet
France Q Robinot
6 9 11 8 11
Indonesia D Haruri
Indonesia Y Mardiyono
6 3 8 3 10 Japan K Chan
Japan K Matsudaira
11 11 9 11 13
10 Japan K Chan
Japan K Matsudaira
11 11 11 11 10 Japan K Chan
Japan K Matsudaira
13 12 10 5 11 11 9
13 Germany P Baum
Germany B Steger
11 9 7 11 11 13 7 Chinese Taipei C-a Chen
Chinese Taipei C-y Chuang
11 10 12 11 9 13 11
Russia V Burov
Russia A Smirnov
6 11 11 8 5 11 13 Germany P Baum
Germany B Steger
11 13 6 11 11
Iran N Alamian
Iran N Alamian
11 7 12 9 11 6 32 Hong Kong P Tang
Hong Kong CT Wong
9 11 11 8 6
32 Hong Kong P Tang
Hong Kong CT Wong
9 11 14 11 5 11 13 Germany P Baum
Germany B Steger
11 8 11 8 13 9
26 Poland R Floras
Poland D Gorak
11 11 10 8 6 7 Chinese Taipei C-a Chen
Chinese Taipei C-y Chuang
9 11 7 11 15 11
Serbia M Jevtović
Serbia Ž Pete
13 8 12 11 11 Serbia M Jevtović
Serbia Ž Pete
6 7 10 4
Luxembourg M Bast
Luxembourg G Michely
4 9 3 5 7 Chinese Taipei C-a Chen
Chinese Taipei C-y Chuang
11 11 12 11
7 Chinese Taipei C-a Chen
Chinese Taipei C-y Chuang
11 11 11 11

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
6 South Korea M-S Kim
South Korea H-D Seo
11 11 11 11
Singapore YCC Zhe
Singapore XJ Pang
6 2 5 8 6 South Korea M-S Kim
South Korea H-D Seo
11 11 11 11
United Arab Emirates R Hassan
United Arab Emirates R Omar
11 9 11 2 4 4 30 Spain ZW He
Spain C Machado
7 4 5 3
30 Spain ZW He
Spain C Machado
8 11 7 11 11 11 6 South Korea M-S Kim
South Korea H-D Seo
11 4 11 8 11 11
24 Greece P Gionis
Greece K Papageorgiou
8 11 4 3 11 9 14 South Korea Y-S Jung
South Korea S-S Lee
8 11 7 11 6 8
Brazil H Calderano
Brazil C Matsumoto
11 6 11 11 9 11 Brazil H Calderano
Brazil C Matsumoto
12 8 9 6
Ukraine L Kou
Ukraine Y Zhmudenko
3 7 9 6 14 South Korea Y-S Jung
South Korea S-S Lee
14 11 11 11
14 South Korea Y-S Jung
South Korea S-S Lee
11 11 11 11 6 South Korea M-S Kim
South Korea H-D Seo
4 9 6 4
16 Russia A Liventsov
Russia M Paykov
8 2 9 12 11 12 11 2 China L Wang
China Y Zhou
11 11 11 11
Egypt K Assar
Egypt O Assar
11 11 11 10 6 10 9 16 Russia A Liventsov
Russia M Paykov
11 11 8 11 8 11
Czech Republic P Sirucek
Czech Republic T Tregler
11 11 11 10 11 Czech Republic P Sirucek
Czech Republic T Tregler
8 6 11 5 11 7
27 Italy M Bobocica
Italy N Stoyanov
7 8 5 12 2 16 Russia A Liventsov
Russia M Paykov
3 8 1 13
20 Sweden P Gerell
Sweden J Lundqvist
3 11 12 11 11 11 2 China L Wang
China Y Zhou
11 11 11 15
Hungary J Jakab
Hungary D Zwickl
11 6 10 7 13 7 20 Sweden P Gerell
Sweden J Lundqvist
11 5 8 7 2
England A Baggaley
England D Reed
6 5 8 4 2 China L Wang
China Y Zhou
9 11 11 11 11
2 China L Wang
China Y Zhou
11 11 11 11

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Winners". All About Table Tennis.
  2. ^ "2013 results" (PDF). International Table Tennis Federation.
  3. ^ "A First for Chinese Taipei, Chen Chien-An and Chuang Chih-Yuan Strike Gold". ittf.com. 2013-05-19.
  4. ^ "2013 World TT Championships Playing System" (PDF). ITTF. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
  5. ^ "2013 WTTC Seeds – Men's Doubles". ittf.com. Archived from the original on 8 June 2013. Retrieved 11 May 2013.

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