ISHIKAWA Kasumi

23 Feb 1993
28
Female
YAMAGUCHI
 
Japan

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
TTE Table Tennis Women's Singles 5
Women's Team 2 Silver Medal

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 2
JPN
ISHIKAWA KISHIKAWA Kasumi
4
THA
PARANANG OPARANANG Orawan
2
Finished
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 3
JPN
ISHIKAWA KISHIKAWA Kasumi
4
AUT
POLCANOVA SPOLCANOVA Sofia
0
Finished
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 1
JPN
ISHIKAWA KISHIKAWA Kasumi
1
SGP
YU MYU Mengyu
4
Finished
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 2
HUN
Hungary
0
JPN
Japan
3
Finished
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 2
TPE
Chinese Taipei
0
JPN
Japan
3
Finished
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 1
HKG
Hong Kong, China
0
JPN
Japan
3
Finished
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Table 1
CHN
China
3
JPN
Japan
0
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

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Olympic Games
YearLocationSinglesTeam
2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA3R3
2012London, GBR42

World Championships
YearLocationSinglesDoubles WDoubles XTeam
2019Budapest, HUN4R-2-
2018Halmstad, SWE---2
2017Dusseldorf, GERQF3R1-
2016Kuala Lumpur, MAS---2
2015Suzhou, CHN3R-2-
2014Tokyo, JPN---2
2013Paris, FRA3R3R3R-
2012Dortmund, GER---5
2011Rotterdam, NED4R3R4R-
2010Moscow, RUS---3
2009Yokohama, JPNQF2R3R-
2008Guangzhou, CHN---3
2007Zagreb, CRO-2R2R-

World Cup
YearLocationSingles
2020Weihai, CHNQF
2019Chengdu, CHNQF
2018Chengdu, CHN4
2017Markham, ON, CANLast 16

Asian Championships
YearLocationSinglesDoubles WTeam
2019Yogyakarta, INAQF32

WTT Star Contender
YearLocationSinglesDoubles W
2021Doha, QAT3R2

ITTF Finals
YearLocationSinglesDoubles X
2020Zhengzhou, CHN1R-
2019Zhengzhou, CHN1R-
2018Incheon, KORQFQF
2017Astana, KAZQF-
2016Doha, QAT3-

ITTF World Tour - Eliminations per phase since 2017
YearEventWRUSFQFL16L32L64
2020Singles--1x-2x--
2020Doubles W1x1x1x----
2019Singles--2x2x5x2x-
2019Doubles W-1x1x-1x--
2019Doubles X--1x2x2x--
2018Singles2x-3x4x-2x-
2018Doubles W1x-2x2x---
2018Doubles X-1x1x1x---
2017Singles1x2x2x1x-4x-
2017Doubles W1x--2x4x--

ITTF World Tour - Ten best performances since 2017
RankYearEventCompetitionLocation
12020DoublesHungarian OpenBudapest, HUN
12018SinglesCzech OpenOlomouc, CZE
12018SinglesGerman OpenBremen, GER
12018DoublesBulgarian OpenPanagyurishte, BUL
12017SinglesBulgarian OpenPanagyurishte, BUL
12017DoublesBulgarian OpenPanagyurishte, BUL
22020DoublesGerman OpenMagdeburg, GER
22019DoublesSwedish OpenStockholm, SWE
22018DoublesJapan OpenKitakyushu, JPN
22017SinglesCzech OpenOlomouc, CZE
22017SinglesKorea OpenIncheon, KOR


Legend
W - Winner, RU - Runner-up, SF - Semifinal, QF - Quarterfinal, 4R - 4th Round, 3R - 3rd Round, 2R - 2nd Round, 1R - 1st Round, Prel. Rnd - Preliminary Round, L16 - Last 16, L32 - Last 32, L64 - Last 64, M - Men, W - Women, X - Mixed
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Athlete
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Japanese, Mandarin
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Zen-Noh [Japan]
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Mika Baba [national], JPN
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Left (ITTF, 02 Aug 2016)
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Her younger sister Rira has played table tennis at World Tour level. Her mother Kumi and father Hisa both competed in the sport at club level in Japan, and Kumi has also coached her and Rira. (hochi.news, 26 Jan 2020; ITTF, 06 Jun 2015; 3minute-media.com, 27 Apr 2015; ITTF, 01 Sep 2013; tabletennista.com, 24 Oct 2012; nittaku.com, 01 Jan 2011; SportsDeskOnline, 05 Jun 2020)
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She missed the 2015 Asian Championships in Pattaya, Thailand, because of an injury to her left thigh. (kasumiishikawa.com, 26 Sep 2015)
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She took up the sport at age seven in 2000. (Official ITTF YouTube channel, 14 Aug 2015; TV Tokyo, 17 Dec 2019)
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"My parents were table tennis players. I always went to their matches in my childhood, but after I grew up my parents came with me to my matches and taught me how to play." (Official ITTF YouTube channel, 14 Aug 2015)
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To win a gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (hochi.co.jp, 10 Jan 2016)
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Winning silver in the team event at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and bronze in the team event at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro, and winning gold in mixed doubles at the 2017 World Championships in Dusseldorf, Germany. (ittf.com, 31 Mar 2019)
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Chinese table tennis player Zhang Yining, Japanese boxer Takashi Uchiyama. (kinoshita-abyell.com, 05 Sep 2019; ittf.com, 31 Mar 2019)
Legend
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Silver Medal
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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