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Chang Yen-shu

 

Chang Yen-shu

Chang Yen-Shu (traditional Chinese: 張雁書; simplified Chinese: 张雁书; born February 11, 1979) is a Taiwanese professional table tennis player representing Chinese Taipei.

Career highlights

Summer Olympic Games
2000, Sydney, men's singles, last 32
2000, Sydney, men's doubles, quarter final
World Championships
1999, Eindhoven, men's doubles, quarter final
2001, Osaka, men's doubles, semi final
2007, Zagreb, men's doubles, semi final
Pro Tour Grand Finals
2000, Kobe, men's doubles, semi final
2001, Hainan, men's doubles, quarter final
Pro Tour Meetings
1999, Doha, men's doubles, winner 1st
1999, Melbourne, men's doubles, runner-up 2nd
1999, Bremen, men's doubles, winner 1st
1999, Prague, men's doubles, runner-up 2nd
2000, Zagreb, men's doubles, winner 1st
2000, Kobe, men's doubles, runner-up 2nd
2000, Toulouse, men's doubles, winner 1st
2001, Doha, men's doubles, winner 1st
2001, Fort Lauderdale, men's doubles, winner 1st
2008, Velenje, men's doubles, winner 1st
Asian Championships
1998, Osaka, men's doubles, quarter final
2000, Doha, men's doubles, winner 1st
2000, Doha, mixed doubles, semi final
2000, Doha, team competition, 2nd 2nd
2003, Bangkok, team competition, 2nd 2nd
Asian Games
1998, Bangkok, men's singles, quarter final
1998, Bangkok, men's doubles, semi final
1998, Bangkok, mixed doubles, quarter final
2002, Busan, men's doubles, quarter final
Asian Top-12 Championships
1999, Kish Island, quarter final

External links

  • ITTF stats by player
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