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Feng Tianwei

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Birth Date
Aug. 31, 1986 (age 32)
Gender
Woman
Grip
Shakehand
Teams
Singapore National Team
Country
Singapore

Top Achievements

2012 Olympics Women Singles Bronze Medal
2010 Women Teams World Champions
2010 World Tour Grand Finals Women Singles Champion

Feng Tianwei News Feed

  • Tie Yana Cried After Her Loss In Dubai (Video)  - RedGol

    Tie Yana Cried After Her Loss In Dubai (Video)

    At age 37, and being a mother, Tie Yana is still active in the world of table tennis. In fact, she participated in the Asian Cup last week where she had her chance to win the bronze. Sadly for her, she was swept by Feng Tianwei. In an interview, the player got emotional and expressed her dissatisfaction with her performance in the match. 

  • Feng Tianwei booked a place to Rio 2016 (VIDEO) - RedGol

    Feng Tianwei booked a place to Rio 2016 (VIDEO)

    Feng Tianwei is one of the players who got a ticket to Rio 2016. The Singaporean player defeated her teammate Yu Mengyu in the last match. North Korea's Ri Myong Sun, Kim Song I, Thailand's Suthasini Sawettabut, India's Manika Batra and Mouma Das also will be at the Olympic Games. 

  • Feng Tianwei: No Pressure Towards Zhu Yuling (Video)  - RedGol

    Feng Tianwei: No Pressure Towards Zhu Yuling (Video)

    Feng Tianwei is considered to be the strongest competitor of the Chinese Women’s Team and last week, the Singaporean player proved her status once again. In the quarterfinals of the Women’s Singles of the Kuwait Open, she defeated the Chinese player Zhu Yuling. In her interview, she said that she did not have any pressure and was just enjoying the match. 

  • Singapore In A Decline - RedGol

    Singapore In A Decline

    The Chinese Team always identify who their opponents are because that is part of their systematic preparation. As the World Team Championships is coming nearer, they identified Singapore as one of them. However, the team noticed the decline in their overall capacity. Despite that, Feng Tianwei and Yu Mengyu are still the opponents that they need to watch out. 

  • Feng Tianwei Optimistic With The New Coach - RedGol

    Feng Tianwei Optimistic With The New Coach

    Singapore has the potential to challenge the Chinese Team in this year’s Rio Olympics. With the new addition in their coaching staff, Singapore is feeling more optimistic. In fact, the main player Feng Tianwei is confident that their new coach can bring the whole team to new heights. She also feels confident that she can achieve a new success. 

  • Feng Tianwei Remains Threatening Against China (Video) - RedGol

    Feng Tianwei Remains Threatening Against China (Video)

    In most competitions this year, the Chinese Women’s Team was able to maintain their strength and has shown dominance in them. However, this year, the most powerful team also posted a defeat following the loss of Liu Shiwen and Zhu Yuling against Feng Tianwei. This just proves that the Singaporean player is still the strongest opponent of the Chinese Women’s Team. 

  • Liu Shiwen’s Barrier To The Olympics Is Feng Tianwei (Videos) - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen’s Barrier To The Olympics Is Feng Tianwei (Videos)

    Liu Shiwen has been occupying a major position in the Chinese Women’s Team. In fact she is part of the core team. This just means that she is a strong contender for the Olympic Games. This year, she reached the finals of the World Championships and won her fourth World Cup title. However, it seems that there is still something the coaching staff is hesitating on Liu Shiwen’s capacity. 

  • Liu Shiwen Impatient Against Feng Tianwei - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen Impatient Against Feng Tianwei

    Another crucial defeat was posted by Liu Shiwen in this year and it was against a very familiar opponent named Feng Tianwei. For this year, it was already her second loss after the Asian Cup. Witnessing the match, the head coach Kong Linghui knew the biggest reason of the defeat. Although he admitted that Liu Shiwen was not in her best condition, it was not the reason for her loss. 

  • Fan Zhendong & Chen Meng Are The Mixed Doubles Champion - RedGol

    Fan Zhendong & Chen Meng Are The Mixed Doubles Champion

    The first ultimate winner in this week’s Asian Championships was already decided and they are Fan Zhendong and Chen Meng who defeated the Singaporean opponents in the Mixed Doubles finals today. While China won that match, a Chinese player struggled in the Women’s Singles posting a defeat from Liu Shiwen against Feng Tianwei.  

  • South Korea heads the 2015 Belgium Open's seeding list - RedGol

    South Korea heads the 2015 Belgium Open's seeding list

    South Korea is the strongest team in the 2015 Belgium Open that kicks off tomorrow. Kim Minseok and Kim Dongyun are the top seeds in the men's singles. Kenji Matsudaira and Kohei Sambe are their main threats. In the women's event Feng Tianwei is the top seed but is followed by Seo Hyowon and Yang Haeun. 

  • Feng Tianwei Ousted In The Japan Open 1st Round - RedGol

    Feng Tianwei Ousted In The Japan Open 1st Round

    The Japan Open progressed into the first day of the main draw and in this round, some casualties were posted. The biggest in the Women’s Singles was posted today with the third seed from Singapore, Feng Tianwei losing in the opening round. Meanwhile, the Chinese Team also lost some delegates today in the Women’s Singles and Men’s Doubles. 

  • Zhu Yuling: Losing To Feng Tianwei Is A Treasure - RedGol

    Zhu Yuling: Losing To Feng Tianwei Is A Treasure

    Zhu Yuling is one of the players who were tested by Feng Tianwei in this year’s Asian Cup. She lost in the Group Stage of the Women’s Singles. Now that the whole team is preparing for the World Championships, Zhu Yuling said that her loss was a treasure as it enabled her to learn more. As for Kong Linghui, his players need to really adjust their mindset against Feng Tianwei. 

  • Feng Tianwei Not Optimistic For The World Championships - RedGol

    Feng Tianwei Not Optimistic For The World Championships

    Feng Tianwei has proven her strength against Chinese players in a number of competitions. Just recently, she defeated the Chinese Team again after she won over Liu Shiwen in the Asian Cup. Although she said that her confidence has increased, she isn’t looking very optimistic in the upcoming World Championships. 

  • Liu Shiwen Still Has A Chance For Rio (Video) - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen Still Has A Chance For Rio (Video)

    When Liu Shiwen lost the Asian Cup Women’s Singles title to Feng Tianwei, her chances for the Rio Olympics were automatically in question. As for Ma Lin, players need not to commit any mistakes in any competition before the Olympics. As for Kong Linghui, he admitted that it was bad but there are more important things to achieve. 

  • Chinese Women’s Team Alarmed! (Video) - RedGol

    Chinese Women’s Team Alarmed! (Video)

    Experiencing two defeats in one competition is definitely too much for the Chinese Team to handle. That is why, following the poor performance of the women’s team in the Asian Cup, coaches placed their focus in their training in Chengdu. Head coach Kong Linghui said that their defeats in India served as a wake-up call for them. 

  • Liu Shiwen Confident Against Feng Tianwei (Video)  - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen Confident Against Feng Tianwei (Video)

    Liu Shiwen and Feng Tianwei have been strong opponents in women’s table tennis since 2010. After that competition in Moscow, Liu Shiwen tried her very best to get out of the shadows of that defeat. Last weekend, it was put into a test and she failed. Head coach Kong Linghui said Liu Shiwen was confident before the match and they lacked preparation. 

  • Liu Shiwen Defeated By Feng Tianwei In The Asian Cup Finals - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen Defeated By Feng Tianwei In The Asian Cup Finals

    Feng Tianwei is considered as the strongest opponent of the Chinese Team, especially Liu Shiwen. In 2010, Liu Shiwen was led into a traumatic experience by the Singaporean player. Today, they met in the finals of the Asian Cup Women’s Singles. After six sets, Feng Tianwei somehow repeated history, defeating Liu Shiwen and clinching the championship title. 

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