Original title: Ding Ning blocks Miu Hirano, a textbook of "tactical execution"｜Review classics
In the Rio Olympics, the Japanese women's team lost to the German team in the semi-finals and failed to enter the final again. Finally, they won a team bronze medal. Ai Fukuhara, who went the farthest in singles, did not break through fourth place in the London Olympics. However, judging from the team's age and the training of reserve forces, the Japanese team is bound to be the strongest opponent of Chinese women's table tennis in the Tokyo Olympic cycle. It's just that no one thought that the new chapter of the "China-Japan confrontation" would be the teenager Miu Hirano who was absent from the Rio Olympics.
In the 2016 Women’s World Cup, with no Chinese players participating, the 16-year-old Miu Hirano eliminated Mima Ito and Tianwei Feng to enter the finals and beat Chinese Taipei’s Zheng Yijing 4-0 to win the World Cup history. The youngest champion, broke the 38-year singles "world championship shortage" in Japanese table tennis. With this as a starting point, Hirano Miu broke out in the Asian Championships in April 2017. She reversed and defeated Grand Slam player Ding Ning in the women’s singles quarter-finals, and then went all the way to victory with two 3 matches. 0 successively defeated Zhu Yuling and Chen Meng and won the 2017 Asian Championships Women's Singles Championship. This battle shocked the world table tennis world.
在2016年女足世界杯上，没有中国球员参赛，16岁的Miu Hirano淘汰了Mima Ito和Tianwei Feng进入决赛，并以4-0击败中华台北的郑逸静赢得了世界杯历史。最年轻的冠军在日本乒乓球比赛中打破了38年的单打冠军。以此为出发点，平野美男在2017年4月的亚洲锦标赛中崭露头角。她在女子单打四分之一决赛中逆转并击败了大满贯选手丁宁，然后一路杀入三局。 0先后击败了朱玉玲和陈梦，并赢得了2017年亚洲锦标赛女子单打冠军。这场战斗震惊了世界乒乓球界。