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Li Qian (table tennis)


Li Qian (table tennis)

Li Qian
Nationality Polish
Born (1986-07-30) July 30, 1986
Baoding, China

Li Qian (born July 30, 1986) is a Chinese-Polish female table tennis player, who currently lives in Tarnobrzeg and represents the team of Siarka Tarnobrzeg. In early 2008, Li Qian became the first ever female Polish table tennis player to take part in the prestigious TOP-12 in Frankfurt am Main. She reached the final, losing to Li Jiao from the Netherlands. Li Qian, who in November 2007 became a naturalised citizen of Poland, represented Poland at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

In May 2008, she was 26th in the world rank of the International Table Tennis Federation, and fifth in the European rank of the ITTF.

In February 2009, she won the TOP-12 in Düsseldorf, defeating Li Jie in the final match. Li Qian was ranked 3rd in Europe and 22nd on the world ranking list.

External links

  • Li Qian - without pressure at the Olympic Games
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