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Ai Fukuhara

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Birth Date
Nov. 1, 1988 (age 30)
Gender
Woman
Grip
Shakehand
Teams
Japanese National Team
Country
Japan

Top Achievements

2012 Olympics Women Teams Silver Medal

Ai Fukuhara News Feed

  • Lee Ho Ching Gained Confidence In The Olympic Qualifier - RedGol

    Lee Ho Ching Gained Confidence In The Olympic Qualifier

    The Asian Olympic Qualifier was an exciting competition and thanks to the brave challengers just like Lee Ho Ching of Hong Kong who were confident enough to fight against top players int he region. In the competition, she defeated Ai Fukuhara in a full-stretch battle which earned Lee Ho Ching more confidence. 

  • Ai Fukuhara Anxious In The Olympic Qualifier - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara Anxious In The Olympic Qualifier

    Ai Fukuhara was one of the casualties in the Asian Olympic Qualifier after she was eliminated in her opening round. In the competition, she was defeated by the host Lee Ho Ching. According to Fukuhara, there were several reasons why she lost the match. She felt she was anxious and she was a little but slow in establishing her momentum.  

  • Ai Fukuhara Focuses On The Asian Olympic Qualifier - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara Focuses On The Asian Olympic Qualifier

    Recently, Ai Fukuhara was in the headlines of sporting websites in and out of Japan after the news about her relationship with Chiang Hung Chieh was exposed to the public. Yes, the Japanese player is happy about it and was evident when she went to the Haneda Airport for the Asian Olympic Qualifier in Hong Kong. She said that she will be focusing on the competition first. 

  • Chiang Hung Chieh Found His Future Wife In Table Tennis - RedGol

    Chiang Hung Chieh Found His Future Wife In Table Tennis

    Chiang Hung Chieh is recently in the headlines of different sports media in Asia after his relationship with Japanese table tennis star Ai Fukuhara broke off. The 27-year old player from Chinese Taipei was offered a chance to be in the entertainment industry in taiwan but chose his table tennis career. This decision also led him to his personal happiness. 

  • Ai Fukuhara Getting Married Soon - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara Getting Married Soon

    All players are busy for the upcoming Rio Olympics after all it is the biggest competition for this year after four years. The Japanese player Ai Fukuhara is one of them. However, she will continue to be busy after the Olympics and at that time, it would be for her wedding. It was revealed recently that Ai Fukuhara has been on a stable relationship and will be settling down soon. 

  • Germany Proud Of Petrissa Solja (Videos) - RedGol

    Germany Proud Of Petrissa Solja (Videos)

    The World Team Championships has already ended its group stage and one team in the women’s division was able to post unexpected results. In the last round, Germany defeated Japan wherein Petrissa Solja won over Ai Fukuhara and Kasumi Ishikawa. After the match, the head coach was really happy with the result especially on her star player. 

  • Ai Fukuhara & Kasumi Ishikawa Studied By Chinese Team - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara & Kasumi Ishikawa Studied By Chinese Team

    The World Team Championships is already around the corner and part of the preparations of the Chinese Team is to know more about their opponents. For the women’s team, they are spending their time and efforts in studying the Japanese players Ai Fukuhara and Kasumi Ishikawa, after all they are the leaders of the Japanese Team. 

  • Chinese Team Watches Out On Mima Ito - RedGol

    Chinese Team Watches Out On Mima Ito

    The Japanese Team has posted a steady rise in terms of their performance in women’s table tennis recently. In fact, they have been the runner-up to the Chinese Team in the recent big team competitions. With this, they are now considered to be the strongest competition of China in Kuala Lumpur. Among the Japanese players, the Chinese team has its eyes on Mima Ito.  

  • Ai Fukuhara Got Advice From Chinese Coach - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara Got Advice From Chinese Coach

    The Chinese defensive player Wu Yang showed a victorious performance in the recently concluded German Open, defeating the Japanese top seeds Ai Fukuhara and Kasumi Ishikawa. This eventually made the Japanese player Ai Fukuhara wonder what could they have done to do a better job. Fortunately, a Chinese coach was generous enough to share the secret. 

  • Kong Linghui Identified Threats To The Chinese Team - RedGol

    Kong Linghui Identified Threats To The Chinese Team

    As the head coach of the Chinese Women’s Team, Kong Linghui identified who can be the threats to their domination in the women’s table tennis. Currently, he identified Japan, South Korea and Singapore to be their potential threats in the Team competition. In the Singles, they are Kasumi Ishikawa, Ai Fukuhara, and Feng Tianwei. 

  • Japanese Fans Acknowledged China’s Strength (Video)  - RedGol

    Japanese Fans Acknowledged China’s Strength (Video)

    The Japanese players Ai Fukuhara and Kasumi Ishikawa were the top seeds in last week’s competition in Berlin. However, they were not able to fully use such advantage. Ai Fukuhara was eliminated in the quarterfinals while Kasumi Ishikawa settled as runner-up, both defeated by the Chinese player Wu Yang. This just shows that their level is still not at par with the Chinese. 

  • 2016 Hungary Open's main draw released!  - RedGol

    2016 Hungary Open's main draw released!

    The ITTF 2016 World Tour has begun. Yesterday the qualification groups of the 2016 Hungary Open kicked off and today top seeds know their rivals. Chuang Chih-Yuan, Li Pin, Ai Fukuhara, Kasumi Ishikawa and Feng Tianwei will make their debut tomorrow. 

  • Summary: 2015 World Tour (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Summary: 2015 World Tour (VIDEOS)

    The 2016 World Tour will begin very soon but we are still on time to look back and remember the second half of the 2015 World Tour. Now we will remember the winners of the Pyongyang Open, China Open, Bulgaria Open, Czech Open and Austrian Open. 

  • Ai Fukuhara Feels Positive For The Sweden Open  - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara Feels Positive For The Sweden Open

    Weeks before, Ai Fukuhara faced a painful defeat in front of her hometown in the Women’s World Cup. She regretted what happened and now she has learned her lesson. She hopes that in the upcoming Sweden Open, she will be able to get a better score. She even had a new haircut to feel positive for the competition. 

  • Ai Fukuhara Sorry For Her Defeat (Video) - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara Sorry For Her Defeat (Video)

    Yesterday, as the Women’s World Cup had its quarterfinal round, Ai Fukuhara failed against Petrissa Solja. That is despite her 3-0 lead in the match. In her interview after the battle, the Japanese player wasn’t able to hide her disappointment. She said that she was responsible to her defeat and that she feels sorry for all her fans who came and cheered for her. 

  • Zhu Yuling & Ai Fukuhara Eliminated From The World Cup - RedGol

    Zhu Yuling & Ai Fukuhara Eliminated From The World Cup

    Upsets were recorded round after round in this week’s Women’s World Cup. As the quarterfinals took place later this day, two more casualties were posted. The Japanese Team unfortunately lost Ai Fukuhara after losing to the woman in form, Petrissa Solja. Even the Chinese Team also had to bid farewell from one of their players. Zhu Yuling, the second seed, wasn’t able to recover this time and was eliminated by Li Jiao.  

  • Japan Aims For Gold In The World Cup (Video) - RedGol

    Japan Aims For Gold In The World Cup (Video)

    Ai Fukuhara and Kasumi Ishikawa are the players of the Japanese Team in this week’s Women’s World Cup. Before the competition started, their two players revealed their goals and that is to achieve a breakthrough in their personal records. Their highest achievement so far is the bronze. Ai Fukuhara won it in 2005 while Kasumi Ishikawa got hers last year. 

  • Ai Fukuhara in the top-5 in October - RedGol

    Ai Fukuhara in the top-5 in October

    Asian and European players saw changes in October's world ranking after the Continental Championships held in September. Ai Fukuhara got some benefits after competing in Thailand and reached her best world ranking ever. Ding Ning remains at the top, although she withdrew for injury. 

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