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Brazilian table tennis begins its journey at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo (Japan) with 12 debuts between last night and this Wednesday morning (25). So Paulo’s Catia Oliveira, from Class 2 (seated), defeated Finnish Aino Tapola by 3 sets to 1 (11/4, 7/11, 11/8 and 11/8) and David Freitas of Serra for Group D . Class 3 (seating) won by WO Katia returned to play today at 23:40 (GMT) against Polish Dorota Buchlaw.

The one who debuted on the right foot this morning (25) was Israel Stroh of Sao Paulo, from Class 7 (walking), after a very tough fight. Born in Santos, Israel defeated Masachika Inoue of Japan 3–2 (13/11, 5/11, 9/11, 11/7 and 11/9) in their first match for Group E.

Another important victory was that of Santa Catarina’s Daniil Rouen, who debuted from Class 9 (walking), after a defeat by Group A last night (24), on Wednesday morning (25), Rouen took on Hungarian Alexa Szvitaks. performed better. , won 3 sets to 0, and remains firmly in the fight for a place in the semi-finals.

Also in Class 9, So Paulo’s Jennifer Parinos ran into trouble when she lost her second straight match in Group B. This morning he was overtaken by South Korean Kin Kun-hee from 3 sets to 1 (10/(10/12, 11)./9, 8/11 and 6/11) on his debut in This Tuesday Night (24) In 2012, the So Paulo native had already been defeated by the Chinese Li Na Lei at 9 a.m. (GMT) against the Polish Pek.

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other results

In Class 3 (seated), Marlianne Santos of Minas Gerais was defeated by 3 sets to 0 (11/2, 11/6 and 11/1) in her Group C debut against South Korean Jiu Yun this Tuesday (24th) had gone. )

So Paulo native Luiz Filip Manara, also stumbled on his debut from Class 8 (walking), when he lost to Chinese Ye Chao Kun by 3 sets to 0 (12/10, 15/13 and 12/10) last night. Went. Group G.

Paralympic rookie Leticia Lecerda (Class 8) lost her first match of the competition by 3 sets 0 (11/6, 11/8 and 11/5) to Norwegian Aida Dahlen in a match valid for Group C.

This Wednesday (25) morning, So Paulo’s Carlos Carbinatti, in Class 10 (walking), lost 3–0 (11/4, 11/4 and 11/8) to Frenchman Matteo Bohes. Milena Franca from Goa (Class 7) fell for the first time from 3 sets to 0 (4/11, 1/11 and 3/11) to Chinese Wang Rui. Compatriot Joyce Oliveira (Class 4) was also outclassed by Chinese Gu Xiaodan with partial points of 5/11, 4/11 and 3/11.

upcoming games

25/08- 23:40 – Katia Oliveira x Dorota Buchlaw (Poland) – Class 1-2/Group D

26/08 – 1h40 – Joyce d’Oliveira x Phaeten Elemental (Jordan) – Class 4 / Group D

26 September – 1:40 – Carlos Carbonati x Theo Cogil (Africa do Sul) – Class 10/Group B

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