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TENNIS Sport Technical Handbook

The Tennis competition will consist of five events, including two categories for men, two categories for women, and one mixed category.

No team event will be held in 2018

Competition Date: 19 to 25 August, 2018
Starting Date:
Singles and mixed doubles, 19 August
Doubles, 20 August

Final Date:
Women's singles, 24 August
Women's and mixed doubles, 25 August

Entries:
Each NOC may enter
2 players in singles,
2 pairs in doubles,
2 pairs in mixed doubles and
a maximum of six men and six women players.

Gold, Silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the athletes ranked top three (two third place) of each players respectively.

There will be no play off for bronze medals for all events. All losing semifinalists of all events will be awarded bronze medals ...
Medalists must wear their NOC official uniforms. All medalists must be present personally to receive the medals.


Singles

Gold
Silver
Bronze
Bronze


Final


[2] Wang Qiang (CHN) d. [1] Zhang Shuai (CHN) 6-3 6-2

SF
[1] Zhang Shuai (CHN) d. [6] Raina, Ankita Ravinderkrishan (IND) 6-4 7-6(6)
[2] Wang Qiang (CHN) d. [11] Liang En-Shuo (TPE) 6-1 6-3

... Early rounds to be here
 
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Doubles


Final

[2] Xu Yi Fan / Yang Zhao Xuan (CHN) d. [1] Chan Yung Jan / Chan Hao Ching (TPE) 6-2 1-6 11-9

SF
[1] Chan / Chan (TPE) d. Ainitdinova / Danilina (KAZ) 6-0 6-0
[2] Xu / Yang (CHN) d. [3] Kato / Ninomiya (JPN) 6-4 6-2


Mixed Doubles


Final

[11] Sutjiadi, Aldila / Rungkat, Christopher Benjamin (INA) d. [5] Kumkhum, Luksika / Ratiwatana, Sonchat (THA) 6-4 5-7 10-7

SF
[5] Kumkhum, Luksika / Ratiwatana, Sonchat (THA) d. [9] Danilina, Anna / Nedovyesov, Aleksandr (KAZ) 4-6 6-4 12-10
[11] Sutjiadi, Aldila / Rungkat, Christopher Benjamin (INA) d. [12] Hayashi, Erina / Uesugi, Kaito (JPN) 7-6(3) 6-4[12]


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Initial post on 5 Aug 2018
 

Except the Thailand team, the information below is traceable to individual NOC or tennis associations but not directly from the Asian Games organizer. Players in each category could be tentative and variable.

The only major NOC team missing in the table below is Kazakhstan.
Diyas and Putintseva are in the qualifying entry list of Cincinnati (13 to 19 Aug) but don't know they will be member of the Kazakhstan Team or not.

 

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The latest entries of the NOC are listed in

https://en.asiangames2018.id/athletes/sport/te/page/1/

Lists by country up to around 10 August were extracted by Juki in Post #7.

The following tables list players with WTA rankings, singles and doubles as of 13 August 2018.


 
 

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It doesn't look like the system is ready to go live yet, but there is a database of athlete profiles on the website
However I think they've carried over profiles from the last games so it's hard to know who is nominated for 2018...
For example the site has 9 Chinese women's profiles up (https://id.asiangames2018.id/athletes/sport/te/country/CHN/page/1/) and obviously they aren't all playing. Interesting that Xinyu Jiang is one of them, so it seems she'll be part of the team?

Kazakhstan players in the above database include Diyas & Putintseva (and Danilina). So maybe they are really playing?
 

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It doesn't look like the system is ready to go live yet, but there is a database of athlete profiles on the website
However I think they've carried over profiles from the last games so it's hard to know who is nominated for 2018...
For example the site has 9 Chinese women's profiles up (https://id.asiangames2018.id/athletes/sport/te/country/CHN/page/1/) and obviously they aren't all playing. Interesting that Xinyu Jiang is one of them, so it seems she'll be part of the team?

Kazakhstan players in the above database include Diyas & Putintseva (and Danilina). So maybe they are really playing?
The athletes pages has been updated, Diyas & Putintseva are no longer there, for example.

https://en.asiangames2018.id/athletes/sport/te/country/KAZ/page/1/
 

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With the updated website profiles looks like these are the teams

China: Duan Yingying, Wang Qiang, Wang Yafan, Xu Yifan, Yang Zhaoxuan, Zhang Shuai
Hong Kong: Eudice Chong, Ng Kwan Yau, Wu Ho Ching, Zhang Ling
India: Riya Bhatia, Rutuja Bhosale, Ankita Raina, Karman Thandi, Prarthana Thombare, Pranjala Yadlapalli
Indonesia: Joleta Budiman, Sabrina Fitriana, Beatrice Gumulya, Deria Nur Hazliza, Jessy Rompies, Aldila Sutjiadi
Iran: Shahrzad Bani Saeid, Ghazal Pakbaten, Sadaf Sadegh Vaziri
Japan: Erina Hayashi, Eri Hozumi, Miyu Kato, Makoto Ninomiya, Moyuka Uchijima
Kazakhstan: Gozal Ainitdinova, Anna Danilina, Darya Detkovskaya, Yekaterina Dmitrichenko, Zhibek Kulambayeva
Korea: Choi Jihee, Han Na-Lae, Jeong Sunam, Kang Seo-kyung, Kim Na Ri, Lee So-Ra
Kyrgyzstan: Bermet Duvanaeva, Saara Kunakunova, Ksenia Palkina
Maldives: Zeina Abdul Rasheed, Aminath Irufa Mahir, Ayani Moosa Kaleem, Aminath Maleela Solih
Mongolia: Jargal Altansaranai, Shinejargal Battur, Ariun-Erdene Erdenebileg, Yesugen Ganbaatar
Nepal: Anne Mathema, Mahika Rana, Mayanka Rana
Oman: Fatma Al Nabhani
Pakistan: Sarah Mahboob Khan, Sara Mansoor, Ushna Suhail
Philippines: Marian Jade Capadocia, Katharina Lehnert, Anna Clarice Patrimonio
Sri Lanka: Thanipperuge Marian Anjalika Kurera, Anika Chloe Seneviratne
Thailand: Punnin Kovapitukted, Luksika Kumkhum, Nicha Lertpitaksinchai, Thasaporn Naklo, Peangtarn Plipuech, Mananchaya Sawangkaew
Chinese Taipei: Chan Hao-Ching, Chang Yung-Jan, Chang Kai-chen, Hsu Chieh-Yu, Lee Pei-Chi, Liang En-Shuo
Uzbekistan: Nigina Abduraimova, Akgul Amanmuradova, Sabina Sharipova, Iroda Tulyaganova
Vietnam: Csilla Fodor, Savanna Ly Nguyen

Maldives have never played Fed Cup but are sending a team to Asian Games. Good luck :unsure:
 

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I'd be very happy if one Filipino gets past three rounds here. :sobbing:

Question, how do they determine the players receiving a first round bye? Back in Incheon everyone but two entrants had a bye. I don't understand. :weirdo:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennis_at_the_2014_Asian_Games_–_Women's_singles

I hope the main draw is more systematic this year.
I suppose they go with rankings?

Also, it really depends on the number of participants. Some countries only send 1 player to singles, and some doesn't send at all, so the draw looks weird and different across different events/years, as they can't guarantee that it's gonna be a 28/32/56/64-player draw as we always see on the main tour.

There were 33 players back in Incheon so the simplest way to make a draw is to give almost everyone a bye except two players by putting them in a 64-player draw. You could treat it as a 32-player draw but 2 players have to play qualification for 1 last spot, it's just that it's called R1 rather than Q :lol:
 

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A Taiwan Source said the TPE team line-up could be

Single:Liang En Shuo, Chang Kai-chen
Doubles: Latisha Chan / Chan Hao Ching, Hsu Chieh-Yu / Lee Pei-Chi
Mixed: Hsieh / Chang Kai-chen, Peng / Liang En Shuo 謝政鵬/張凱貞、彭賢尹/梁恩碩

https://www.facebook.com/GoTennisTW/posts/1218909491582264
※ 雅加達巨港亞運 初步分項安排:
- 男子單打:莊吉生、楊宗樺
- 女子單打:梁恩碩、張凱貞
- 男子雙打:彭賢尹/陳 迪、謝政鵬/楊宗樺
- 女子雙打:詹詠然/詹皓晴、許絜瑜/李珮琪
- 混合雙打:謝政鵬/張凱貞、彭賢尹/梁恩碩
 

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Looks like the Chan's throw away a big chance for gold in the Mixed event then. Hopefully Kai-chen is good enough to still have a chance at gold.

I suppose there will be as little coverage as in the Uni games last games? It would probably be an exciting event to watch.
 

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Looks like the Chan's throw away a big chance for gold in the Mixed event then. Hopefully Kai-chen is good enough to still have a chance at gold.

I suppose there will be as little coverage as in the Uni games last games? It would probably be an exciting event to watch.
It would be difficult for the Chans to play mixed if none of the men want to partner with them.

Who knows when will the Chans dump them again for USO or women's doubles gold medal?
 

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Singles Draw

[1] ZHANG Shuai (CHN) vs Bye
Anika Chloe SENEVIRATNE (SRI) vs Ariun-Erdene ERDENEBILEG (MGL)
Ghazal PAKBATEN (IRI) vs Bye
[15] Fatma Talib Sulaiman AL NABHANI (OMA) vs Bye

[12] Nigina ABDURAIMOVA (UZB) vs Bye
Anna DANILINA (KAZ) vs Bye
Savanna LY NGUYEN (VIE) vs Bye
[8] HAN Na-Lae (KOR) vs Bye

[3] Luksika KUMKHUM (THA) vs Bye
Mayanka RANA (NEP) vs Eudice CHONG (HKG)
Ushna SUHAIL (PAK) vs Bye
[14] CHANG Kai-Chen (TPE) vs Bye

[9] Eri HOZUMI (JPN) vs Bye
Marian Jade CAPADOCIA (PHI) vs Bye
Zeina ABDUL RASHEED (MDV) vs Beatrice GUMULYA (INA)
[6] Ankita RAINA (IND) vs Bye

[7] Karman THANDI (IND) vs Bye
Jargal ALTANSARANAI (MGL) vs Bye
Sara MANSOOR (PAK) vs Bye
[11] LIANG En-Shuo (TPE) vs Bye

[13] ZHANG Ling (HKG) vs Bye
Ksenlia PALKINA (KGZ) vs Bye
Csilla FODOR (VIE) vs Mahika RANA (NEP)
[4] Sabina SHARIPOVA (UZB) vs Bye

[5] Miyu KATO (JPN) vs Bye
Anjalika KURERA (SRI) vs Bye
Aldila SUTJIADI (INA) vs Bye
[10] Peangtarn PLIPUECH (THA) vs Bye

[16] Gozal AINITDINOVA (KAZ) vs Bye
Ayani MOOSA KALEEM (MDV) vs Bye
JEONG Sunam (KOR) vs Sadaf SADEGH VAZIRI (IRI)
[2] WANG Qiang (CHN) vs Bye
 

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Doubles Draw

[1] CHAN Hao-Ching / * CHAN YungJan (TPE) vs Bye
Thasaporn NALKO / Mananchaya SAWANGKAEW (THA) vs Jargal ALTANSARNAI / Ariun-Erdene ERDENEBILEG (MGL)
Mahika RANA / Mayanka RANA (NEP) vs Zeina ABDUL RASHEED / Aminath Irufa MAHIR (MDV)
Erina HAYASHI / Moyuka UCHIJIMA (JPN) vs [6] Beatrice GUMULYA / Jessy Priskila ROMPIES (INA)

[4] DUAN YingYing / WANG YaFan (CHN) vs Bye
KANG Seo-Kyung / LEE So-Ra (KOR) vs Nigina ABDURAIMOVA / Akgul AMANMURADOVA (UZB)
Marian Jade CAPADOCIA / Kathrina Melissa LENHERT (PHI) vs Gozal AINITDINOVA / Anna DANILINA (KAZ)
Sarah Mahboob KHAN / Anika Chloe KHOKHAR (PAK) vs [5] Ankita RAINA / Prarthana THOMBARE (IND)

Thanipperuge Marian Anjal KURERA / Anika Chloe SENEVIRATNE (SRI) vs [7] HAN Na-Lae / KIM Na-Ri (KOR)
Csilla FODOR / Savanna Ly NGUYEN (VIE) vs Ghazal PAKBATEN / Sadaf Sadegh VAZIRI (IRI)
Sabina SHARIPOVA / Iroda TULYAGANOVA (UZB) vs HSU Chieh-Yu / LEE Pei-Chi (TPE)
[3] Miyu KATO / Makoto NINOMIYA (JPN) vs Bye

Rutuja BHOSALE / Pranjala YADLAPALLI (IND) vs [8] Nicha LERTPITAKSINCHAI / Peangtarn PLIPUECH (THA)
Sara MANSOOR / Ushna SUHAIL (PAK) vs Joleta BUDIMAN / Deria Nur HALIZA (INA)
NG Kwan Yau / WU Ho Ching (HKG) vs Dariya DETKOVSKAYA / Zhibek KULAMBAYEVA (KAZ)
[2] XU YiFan / YANG ZhaoXuan (CHN) vs Bye


* CHAN YungJan is used in the Games official list instead of Latisha CHAN

See the attachments for the mixed doubles draw.
 

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