Table tennis at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's doubles

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Table tennis – Women's doubles
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Venue State Sports Centre
Date 16 September to 22 September2000
Competitors 68 from 25 nations
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These are the results of the women's doubles competition, one of two events for female competitors in table tennis at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.

Medalists[edit]

Medal Athlete
Gold  Li Ju and Wang Nan (CHN)
Silver  Sun Jin and Yang Ying (CHN)
Bronze  Kim Moo-Kyo and Ryu Ji-Hae (KOR)

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL AUS AUT CAN
1  Miao Miao
and Shirley Zhou (AUS)
2 0 4 2 118 101 X 2–1 2–1
2  Judit Herczig
and Liu Jia (AUT)
1 1 3 3 105 107 1–2 X 2–1
3  Lijuan Geng
and Marie-Christine Roussy (CAN)
0 2 2 4 99 114 1–2 1–2 X

Group B[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL LTU JPN AUS
1  Rūta Paškauskienė
and Jolanta Prūsienė (LTU)
2 0 4 0 86 67 X 2–0 2–0
2  Kazuko Naito
and Rinko Sakata (JPN)
1 1 2 3 91 91 0–2 X 2–1
3  Lay Jian Fang
and Stella Zhou (AUS)
0 2 1 4 84 103 0–2 1–2 X

Group C[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL GER USA CAN
1  Qianhong Gotsch-He
and Jie Schopp (GER)
2 0 4 1 106 78 X 2–1 2–0
2  Gao Jun
and Michelle Do (USA)
1 1 3 3 109 119 1–2 X 2–1
3  Wenxiao Wang
and Chris Xu (CAN)
0 2 1 4 82 100 0–2 1–2 X

Group D[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL GER NZL USA
1  Elke Schall
and Nicole Struse (GER)
2 0 4 1 99 77 X 2–1 2–0
2  Chunli Li
and Karen Li (NZL)
1 1 3 2 92 81 1–2 X 2–0
3  Tawny Banh Thua
and Jasna Rather (USA)
0 2 0 4 51 84 0–2 0–2 X

Group E[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL ROU RUS NGR
1  Otilia Badescu
and Mihaela Steff (ROU)
2 0 4 0 85 53 X 2–0 2–0
2  Oksana Fadeyeva
and Galina Melnik (RUS)
1 1 2 2 72 72 0–2 X 2–0
3  Kehinde Okenla
and Atisi Owoh (NGR)
0 2 0 4 52 84 0–2 0–2 X

Group F[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL JPN HKG CHI
1  Ai Fujinuma
and An Konishi (JPN)
2 0 4 2 113 106 X 2–1 2–1
2  Song Ah Sim
and Wong Ching (HKG)
1 1 3 2 94 90 1–2 X 2–0
3  Silvia Morel
and Sofija Tepes (CHI)
0 2 1 4 90 101 1–2 0–2 X

Group G[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL CRO TPE NGR
1  Eldijana Bentsen
and Tamara Boroš (CRO)
2 0 4 1 107 82 X 2–1 2–0
2  Tsui Hsiu-li
and Yu Feng-yin (TPE)
1 1 3 2 95 97 1–2 X 2–0
3  Bose Kaffo
and Olufunke Oshonaike (NGR)
0 2 0 4 61 84 0–2 0–2 X

Group H[edit]

Rank Athlete W L GW GL PW PL BLR SWE EGY
1  Tatyana Kostromina
and Viktoria Pavlovich (BLR)
2 0 4 1 101 79 X 2–1 2–0
2  Asa Svensson
and Marie Svensson (SWE)
1 1 3 2 101 84 1–2 X 2–0
3  Shaimaa Abdul-Aziz
and Bacent Othman (EGY)
0 2 0 4 45 84 0–2 0–2 X

Knockout stage[edit]

Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Gold/Bronze medal match
1  Li Ju (CHN)
 Wang Nan (CHN)
3   1  Li Ju (CHN)
 Wang Nan (CHN)
3  
 Elke Schall (GER)
 Nicole Struse (GER)
0      Eldijana Bentsen (CRO)
 Tamara Boroš (CRO)
1  
21–10, 21–18, 21–17 21–23, 21–14, 21–12, 21–5
 Eldijana Bentsen (CRO)
 Tamara Boroš (CRO)
3   1  Li Ju (CHN)
 Wang Nan (CHN)
3  
8  Jing Junhong (SIN)
 Li Jiawei (SIN)
2     5  Kim Moo-Kyo (KOR)
 Ryu Ji-Hae (KOR)
2  
21–16, 15–21, 9–21, 27–25, 25–23 17–21, 21–12, 15–21, 21–14, 24–22
5  Kim Moo-Kyo (KOR)
 Ryu Ji-Hae (KOR)
3 5  Kim Moo-Kyo (KOR)
 Ryu Ji-Hae (KOR)
3
 Ai Fujinuma (JPN)
 An Konishi (JPN)
0      Otilia Badescu (ROU)
 Mihaela Steff (ROU)
2  
21–13, 21–11, 21–5 21–18, 20–22, 21–14, 23–25, 21–19
 Otilia Badescu (ROU)
 Mihaela Steff (ROU)
3   1  Li Ju (CHN)
 Wang Nan (CHN)
3
3  Chen Jing (TPE)
 Xu Jing (TPE)
0     2  Sun Jin (CHN)
 Yang Ying (CHN)
0
21–15, 23–21, 22–20 21–18, 21–11, 21–11
4  Csilla Bátorfi (HUN)
 Krisztina Tóth (HUN)
3 4  Csilla Bátorfi (HUN)
 Krisztina Tóth (HUN)
3
 Qianhong Gotsch (GER)
 Jie Schopp (GER)
0     6  Lee Eun-Sil (KOR)
 Suk Eun-Mi (KOR)
0  
21–16, 21–16, 21–19 21–19, 21–16, 23–21
 Tatyana Kostromina (BLR)
 Viktoria Pavlovich (BLR)
0 4  Csilla Bátorfi (HUN)
 Krisztina Tóth (HUN)
1
6  Lee Eun-Sil (KOR)
 Suk Eun-Mi (KOR)
3     2  Sun Jin (CHN)
 Yang Ying (CHN)
3  
4–21, 14–21, 15–21 17–21, 21–18, 21–14, 21–17
7  Ni Xialian (LUX)
 Peggy Regenwetter (LUX)
2  Miao Miao (AUS)
 Shirley Zhou (AUS)
0 5  Kim Moo-Kyo (KOR)
 Ryu Ji-Hae (KOR)
3
 Miao Miao (AUS)
 Shirley Zhou (AUS)
3     2  Sun Jin (CHN)
 Yang Ying (CHN)
3   4  Csilla Bátorfi (HUN)
 Krisztina Tóth (HUN)
2
21–16, 13–21, 21–19, 18–21, 13–21 13–21, 11–21, 17–21 21–18, 21–19, 22–24, 19–21, 21–19
 Rūta Paškauskienė (LTU)
 Jolanta Prūsienė (LTU)
0
2  Sun Jin (CHN)
 Yang Ying (CHN)
3  
5–21, 17–21, 10–21

Competitors[edit]

Athlete Nation Eliminated
Judit Herczig
Liu Jia
 Austria Groups
Lijuan Geng
Marie-Christine Roussy
 Canada Groups
Kazuko Naito
Rinko Sakata
 Japan Groups
Lay Jian Fang
Stella Zhou
 Australia Groups
Gao Jun
Michelle Do
 United States Groups
Wenxiao Wang
Chris Xu
 Canada Groups
Chunli Li
Karen Li
 New Zealand Groups
Tawny Banh Thua
Jasna Rather
 United States Groups
Oksana Fadeyeva
Galina Melnik
 Russia Groups
Kehinde Okenla
Atisi Owoh
 Nigeria Groups
Song Ah Sim
Song Ching
 Hong Kong Groups
Silvia Morel
Sofija Tepes
 Chile Groups
Tsui Hsiu-li
Yu Feng-yin
 Chinese Taipei Groups
Bose Kaffo
Olufunke Oshonaike
 Nigeria Groups
Asa Svensson
Marie Svensson
 Sweden Groups
Shaimaa Abdul-Aziz
Bacent Othman
 Egypt Groups
Elke Schall
Nicole Stuse
 Germany 16
Jing Junhong
Li Jiawei
 Singapore 16
Ai Fujinuma
An Konishi
 Japan 16
Chen Jing
Xu Jing
 Chinese Taipei 16
Qianhong Gotsch
Jie Schopp
 Germany 16
Tatyana Kostromina
Viktoria Pavlovich
 Belarus 16
Ni Xialian
Peggy Regenwetter
 Luxembourg 16
Rüta PaškLTUkienė
Jolanta Prüsienė
 Lithuania 16
Eldjiana Bentsen
Tamara Boroš
 Croatia 8
Otilia Badescu
Mihaela Steff
 Romania 8
Lee Eun-Sil
Suk Eun-Mi
 South Korea 8
Miao Miao
Shirley Zhou
 Australia 8
Csilla Bátorfi
Krisztina Tóth
 Hungary 4
Kim Moo-Kyo
Ryu Ji-Hae
 South Korea 3
Sun Jin
Yang Ying
 China 2
Li Ju
Wang Nan
 China 1

References[edit]