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Sun Beibei

Sun Beibei
Full name Sun Beibei
Nationality  Singapore
Born (1984-01-28) January 28, 1984 [1]
Shandong, China
Playing style Right-handed, shakehand grip
Highest ranking 14 (December 2007)[2]
Height 1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)
Weight 55 kg (121 lb; 8.7 st)

Sun Beibei (simplified Chinese: 孙蓓蓓; traditional Chinese: 孫蓓蓓; pinyin: Sūn Bèi Bèi; born January 28, 1984 in Shandong, China) is a Singaporean table tennis player.[1] She occupies the 20th place in the ITTF women's world ranking, as of October 2011.[2]

Career records

Singles (as of July 31, 2010)[3]

Women's Doubles

  • World Championships: round of 16 (2009).
  • Pro Tour winner (4): Russian, German Open 2006; India Open 2007; Singapore Open 2008. Runner-up (8): Korea, Chinese Taipei, China (Shenzhen) Open 2005; Slovenian Open 2006; Chinese Taipei Open 2007; Kuwait, Brazil, Chile Open 2008.
  • Pro Tour Grand Finals appearances: 4. Record: winner (2008), SF (2005, 06, 09).
  • Asian Games: QF (2006).
  • Asian Championships: SF (2007).

Mixed Doubles

  • World Championships: round of 32 (2007).

Teams

  • World Championships: 1st (2010); 2nd (2008).
  • World Team Cup: 2nd (2009).
  • Asian Games: 2nd (2006).
  • Asian Championships: 2nd (2007, 09).

Medals

Event Medal Date Competition
2005
Women's singles[4] Silver 23 January 2005 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr Croatian Open
Zagreb, Croatia
Women's doubles[5]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Silver 12 June 2005 ITTF Pro Tour Volkswagen Korean Open
Suncheon, Jeollanam-do, South Korea
Women's doubles[6]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Silver 19 June 2005 ITTF Pro Tour TMS Chinese Taipei Open
Taipei
Women's doubles[7]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Bronze 10 July 2005 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr US Open
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Women's doubles[8]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Silver 18 September 2005 ITTF Pro Tour Volkswagen China Open
Shenzhen, China
Women's doubles[9]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Bronze 11 December 2005 ITTF Pro Tour Grand Finals
FuZhou, China
2006
Women's doubles[10]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Silver 22 January 2006 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr Slovenian Open
Velenje, Slovenia
Women's doubles[11]
(with Li Jiawei)
Gold 1–5 November 2006 ITTF Pro Tour Eurosib Russian Open
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Women's doubles[12]
(with Li Jiawei)
Gold 12 November 2006 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr German Open
Bayreuth, Bavaria, Germany
Women's doubles[13]
(with Li Jiawei)
Bronze 17 December 2006 ITTF Pro Tour Grand Finals
Hong Kong
2007
Women's singles[14] Gold 11 February 2007 ITTF Pro Tour Indian Open
New Delhi, India
Women's doubles[15]
(with Yu Mengyu)
Gold 11 February 2007 ITTF Pro Tour Indian Open
New Delhi, India
Women's singles[16] Bronze 15 April 2007 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr Brazilian Open
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Women's doubles[17]
(with Yu Mengyu)
Bronze 15 April 2007 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr Brazilian Open
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Women's singles[18] Bronze 22 April 2007 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr Chile Open
Santiago, Chile
Women's doubles[19]
(with Wang Yuegu)
Bronze 22 April 2007 ITTF Pro Tour Liebherr Chile Open
Santiago, Chile
Women's team[20]
(with Li Jiawei, Wang Yuegu, Tan Paey Fern and Yu Mengyu)
Silver 19 September 2007 18th China Mobile Asian Table Tennis Championships
Yangzhou, Jiangsu, People's Republic of China
Women's doubles[20]
(with Yu Mengyu)
Bronze 19 September 2007 18th China Mobile Asian Table Tennis Championships
Yangzhou, Jiangsu, People's Republic of China
Women's team
(with Li Jiawei, Tan Paey Fern, Wang Yuegu and Yu Mengyu)
Gold 5 December 2007 24th SEA Games
Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), Thailand
Women's doubles
(with Yu Mengyu)
Gold 9 December 2007 24th SEA Games
Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), Thailand
Mixed doubles
(with Gao Ning)
Silver 8 December 2007 24th SEA Games
Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), Thailand
2008
Women's doubles[21]
(with Li Jiawei)
Silver 16 March 2008 ITTF Pro Tour Kuwait Open
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Women's doubles[22]
(with Li Jiawei)
Silver 20 April 2008 ITTF Pro Tour Kuwait Open
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Women's doubles[23]
(with Li Jiawei)
Silver 27 April 2008 ITTF Pro Tour Chile Open
Santiago, Chile
Women's doubles[24]
(with Li Jiawei)
Gold 8 June 2008 ITTF Pro Tour TMS Singapore Open
Singapore
Women's doubles[25]
(with Li Jie NED)
Bronze 14 September 2008 ITTF Pro Tour Panasonic China Open
Shanghai, China
Women's doubles[26]
(with Li Jiawei)
Gold 14 December 2008 ITTF Volkswagen Pro Tour Grand Finals
Macau
2010
Women's team[27]
(with Feng Tianwei, Li Jiawei, Wang Yuegu and Yu Mengyu)
Gold 8 October 2010 19th Commonwealth Games
New Delhi, India
Women's doubles[28]
(with Li Jiawei)
Gold 14 October 2010 19th Commonwealth Games
New Delhi, India

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "ITTF players' profiles". International Table Tennis Federation. Retrieved 2010-08-07. 
  2. ^ a b "ITTF world ranking". International Table Tennis Federation. Retrieved 2011-01-03. 
  3. ^ "ITTF Statistics". International Table Tennis Federation. Retrieved 2010-08-07. 
  4. ^ Ian Marshall (23 January 2005), More Success For Hong Kong, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  5. ^ Ian Marshall (12 June 2005), New Names, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  6. ^ Ian Marshall (19 June 2005), Unbeatable Combination, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  7. ^ ITTF (10 July 2005), 2005 US Pro Tour, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  8. ^ Ian Marshall (18 September 2005), Title For Classic Combination, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  9. ^ Ian Marshall (11 December 2005), Experience Counts, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  10. ^ Ian Marshall (22 January 2006), At Last, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  11. ^ Ian Marshall (12 November 2006), Li Jia Wei and Sun Bei Bei Win Women’s Doubles Title in St Petersburg, ITTF, retrieved 15 August 2008 .
  12. ^ Ian Marshall (12 November 2006), Second women's doubles title in the space of seven days for Singapore duo, ITTF, retrieved 15 August 2008 .
  13. ^ ITTF (17 December 2006), 2006 Pro Tour Grand Finals WD Results, ITTF, retrieved 20 August 2010 .
  14. ^ Ian Marshall (11 February 2007), Sun Bei Bei Relentless as she Wins her first Women’s Singles ITTF Pro Tour Crown, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  15. ^ Ian Marshall (11 February 2007), Singapore Pairings Win both Doubles Titles at the Indian Open in New Delhi, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  16. ^ Ian Marshall (15 April 2007), Ai Fukuhara at Top Speed Reaches the Women’s Singles Final in Brazil, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  17. ^ ITTF (15 April 2007), 2007 Brazil Open WD Results, ITTF, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  18. ^ Ian Marshall (22 April 2007), Sayaka Hirano Overcomes Sun Bei Bei to Reach Women’s Singles Final, Ian Marshall, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  19. ^ Ian Marshall (22 April 2007), 2007 Chile Open WD Results, Ian Marshall, retrieved 11 September 2010 .
  20. ^ a b Chinese women's team crowned in Asian table tennis championships,  .
  21. ^ Ian Marshall (16 March 2008), Wang Nan and Zhang Yining Add Further Gold to their Incredible Collection, ITTF, retrieved 6 April 2011 .
  22. ^ Ian Marshall (20 April 2008), Defence Proves the Best Form of Attack as Koreans Take Gold, ITTF, retrieved 6 April 2011 .
  23. ^ Ian Marshall (27 April 2008), Hong [Kong] pair reverses previous week's decision for first ITTF Pro Tour gold, ITTF, retrieved 16 August 2008 .
  24. ^ Ian Marshall (8 June 2008), Singapore smiles as Li Jia Wei and Sun Bei Bei extend lead, ITTF, retrieved 16 August 2008 .
  25. ^ Ian Marshall (8 June 2008), 2008 China Panasonic Open WD Results, ITTF, retrieved 16 August 2008 .
  26. ^ Ian Marshall (14 December 2008), Top seeds clinch title and defy history, ITTF, retrieved 19 December 2008 ; Ian de Cotta (15 December 2008), "Double joy for S'pore: Republic captures maiden win in Pro-Tour Grand Finals with men's and women's doubles titles", Today, archived from the original on 19 December 2008 .
  27. ^ Ian Marshall (14 October 2010), Gold for Singapore, Honour for India at Commonwealth Games, ITTF, retrieved 30 October 2010 .
  28. ^ Ian Marshall (14 October 2010), Delight for India but top two steps of podium belong to Singapore, ITTF, retrieved 30 October 2010 .


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