China Open (table tennis)

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Tournament information
Event name China Open
Tour ITTF World Tour
Founded 1988
Location Chengdu (since 2014)
Venue Sichuan Province Gymnasium (2016)
Category Platinum
Draw 32S / 16D
Prize money US$220,000 (2016)
Current champions (2017)
Men's singles Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Women's singles China Ding Ning
Men's doubles Japan Jin Ueda
Japan Maharu Yoshimura
Women's doubles China Ding Ning
China Liu Shiwen

The China Open is an annual table tennis tournament in China, run by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). It is currently part of the ITTF World Tour.

History[edit]

The tournament was first held in 1988, and has featured on the ITTF World Tour's schedule every year since the Tour's inception in 1996.[1]

China's Wang Liqin and Ma Long jointly hold the record for most men's singles tournament wins, with six each, while Wang Nan, Zhang Yining and Li Xiaoxia of China all share the record for most women's singles tournament wins, with five each.

In August 2016, it was announced by the ITTF that Chengdu has been chosen as one of six cities to host a "World Tour Platinum" event in 2017. These events will replace the Super Series as the top tier of the ITTF World Tour.[2]

Champions[edit]

Individual Events[edit]

1988 - 1989[edit]

Year Host City Men's Singles Women's Singles Men's Doubles Women's Doubles Mixed Doubles
1988 Guangzhou China Xu Zengcai China He Zhili China Chen Longcan
China Wei Qingguang
Japan Katsuko Tominaga
Japan Kyoko Uchiyama
China Lin Zhigang
China Liu Wei
1989 Shanghai China Chen Zhibin China Deng Yaping China Ma Wenge
China Yu Shentong
China Chen Jing
China Deng Yaping
China Chen Longcan
China Chen Jing

1991 - present[edit]

Year Host City Men's Singles Women's Singles Men's Doubles Women's Doubles
1991 Chengdu China Lü Lin China Qiao Hong
1992 Chengdu China Ma Wenge China Deng Yaping
1993 Hangzhou Belgium Jean-Michel Saive China Deng Yaping
1994 Dalian China Wang Tao China Liu Wei China Lü Lin
China Wang Tao
China Liu Wei
China Qiao Yunping
1995 Shantou China Kong Linghui China Wang Nan China Liu Guoliang
China Wang Tao
China Wang Chen
China Wu Na
1996 Xi'an China Kong Linghui China Wang Chen China Kong Linghui
China Liu Guoliang
China Wang Chen
China Wu Na
1997 Zhuhai Croatia Zoran Primorac China Li Ju China Kong Linghui
China Liu Guoliang
South Korea Lee Eun-sil
South Korea Ryu Ji-hae
1998 Jinan China Liu Guoliang China Wang Nan China Ma Lin
China Qin Zhijian
China Wu Na
China Yang Ying
1999 Guilin China Liu Guozheng China Li Ju China Wang Liqin
China Yan Sen
China Li Nan
China Lin Ling
2000 Changchun China Wang Liqin China Li Ju China Wang Liqin
China Yan Sen
China Sun Jin
China Yang Ying
2001 Hainan China Wang Liqin China Wang Nan China Wang Liqin
China Yan Sen
China Bai Yang
China Niu Jianfeng
2002 Qingdao China Wang Liqin China Wang Nan South Korea Lee Chul-seung
South Korea Ryu Seung-min
South Korea Lee Eun-sil
South Korea Seok Eun-mi
2003 Guangzhou China Ma Lin China Zhang Yining China Chen Qi
China Ma Lin
China Bai Yang
China Li Ju
2004 Wuxi China Ma Lin China Cao Zhen China Chen Qi
China Ma Lin
China Cao Zhen
China Li Xiaoxia
2004 Changchun China Wang Liqin China Zhang Yining China Kong Linghui
China Wang Hao
China Wang Nan
China Zhang Yining
2005 Shenzhen China Wang Liqin China Li Xiaoxia China Chen Qi
China Wang Liqin
China Guo Yue
China Zhang Yining
2005 Harbin China Wang Liqin China Guo Yue China Kong Linghui
China Ma Long
China Guo Yan
China Guo Yue
2006 Guangzhou Germany Timo Boll China Zhang Yining China Hao Shuai
China Wang Liqin
United States Gao Jun
Spain Shen Yanfei
2006 Kunshan China Ma Lin China Wang Nan China Chen Qi
China Wang Liqin
China Wang Nan
China Zhang Yining
2007 Nanjing China Ma Lin China Guo Yue China Chen Qi
China Wang Hao
China Guo Yue
China Li Xiaoxia
2007 Shenzhen China Wang Hao China Zhang Yining China Ma Lin
China Wang Hao
China Guo Yan
China Guo Yue
2008 Changchun China Wang Hao China Zhang Yining  China[1]  China
2008 Shanghai China Hao Shuai China Li Xiaoxia China Ma Lin
China Wang Liqin
Hong Kong Jiang Huajun
Hong Kong Tie Ya Na
2009 Tianjin China Wang Hao China Liu Shiwen China Hao Shuai
China Li Ping
China Ding Ning
China Liu Shiwen
2009 Suzhou China Ma Long China Liu Shiwen Japan Seiya Kishikawa
Japan Jun Mizutani
China Guo Yue
China Li Xiaoxia
2010 Suzhou China Zhang Jike China Li Xiaoxia China Ma Lin
China Xu Xin
China Guo Yue
China Li Xiaoxia
2011 Shenzhen China Ma Lin China Wen Jia China Ma Long
China Wang Hao
China Guo Yue
China Liu Shiwen
2011 Suzhou China Ma Long China Guo Yan China Ma Lin
China Zhang Jike
China Guo Yan
China Guo Yue
2012 Shanghai China Xu Xin China Li Xiaoxia China Ma Long
China Wang Hao
Hong Kong Jiang Huajun
Hong Kong Lee Ho Ching
2012 Suzhou China Hao Shuai China Chen Meng China Wang Liqin
China Xu Xin
China Chen Meng
China Zhu Yuling
2013 Changchun China Ma Long China Li Xiaoxia Germany Timo Boll
China Ma Long
China Guo Yue
China Liu Shiwen
2013 Suzhou China Ma Long China Chen Meng China Ma Long
China Xu Xin
China Chen Meng
China Zhu Yuling
2014 Chengdu China Ma Long China Ding Ning China Fan Zhendong
China Ma Long
China Ding Ning
China Liu Shiwen
2015[3] Chengdu China Ma Long China Zhu Yuling China Fan Zhendong
China Xu Xin
China Chen Meng
China Liu Shiwen
2016[4] Chengdu China Fan Zhendong China Ding Ning China Ma Long
China Zhang Jike
China Chen Meng
China Zhu Yuling
2017 Chengdu Germany Dimitrij Ovtcharov China Ding Ning Japan Jin Ueda
Japan Maharu Yoshimura
China Ding Ning
China Liu Shiwen

1. ^ Doubles events was replaced with Teams events.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ITTF Statistics". International Table Tennis Federation. Archived from the original on 14 August 2010. Retrieved 2 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "ITTF Announces 12 Host Cities for New & Improved 2017 World Tour". International Table Tennis Federation. Retrieved 2 September 2016. 
  3. ^ "GAC Group 2015 ITTF World Tour, China Open (Super),05 Aug 2015 - 09 Aug 2015, Chengdu, CHN". International Table Tennis Federation. Archived from the original on 17 October 2015. Retrieved 2 September 2016. 
  4. ^ "2016 ITTF World Tour SheSays China Open (Super),14 Sep 2016 - 18 Sep 2016, Chengdu, CHN". International Table Tennis Federation. Archived from the original on 15 September 2016. Retrieved 18 September 2016. 

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