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Kasumi Ishikawa

kasumi-ishikawa
Birth Date
Feb. 23, 1993 (age 26)
Gender
Woman
Grip
Shakehand
Teams
Japanese National Team
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ZEN-NOH
Country
Japan

Equipment

Forehand Rubber:
Nittaku Fastarc G-1
Backhand Rubber:
Blade:
STIGA Clipper CR WRB

Top Achievements

2012 Olympics Women Teams Silver Medal
2011 Women's World Team Cup runner-up

Kasumi Ishikawa News Feed

  • Li Xiaoxia Is Still A Strong Player (Video)  - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Is Still A Strong Player (Video)

    The Grand Slam champion Li Xiaoxia took part in the recently concluded World Team Championships after being selected to be part of the playing lineup. She played in the finals against Kasumi Ishikawa. After being behind in 0-2, Li Xiaoxia was able to record a wonderful recovery and that just proves that she is still a strong 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.  

  • 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. 

  • Liu Shiwen Is The 2015 Women’s World Cup Champion (Videos) - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen Is The 2015 Women’s World Cup Champion (Videos)

    The last women standing in the 2015 Women’s World Cup are Liu Shiwen and Kasumi Ishikawa. In the final match, Kasumi Ishikawa had the support of the crowd, giving her enough confidence to fight against the top seed from China. Indeed, she started strong but as the match progressed, Liu Shiwen was just unstoppable in seizing her opportunities. 

  • Liu Shiwen & Kasumi Ishikawa Into The World Cup Finals (Videos) - RedGol

    Liu Shiwen & Kasumi Ishikawa Into The World Cup Finals (Videos)

    The Women’s World Cup is nearing its end but before the final stage, the finalists have to be decided. In the upper half of the draw, Liu Shiwen imposed her authority and ended the hopes of Petrissa Solja for the championship title. In the lower half, Kasumi Ishikawa fought hard against Li Jiao. In the end, she defended Japan well.   

  • 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. 

  • Fukuhara & Ishikawa Aim For An Olympic Gold In Rio (Video) - RedGol

    Fukuhara & Ishikawa Aim For An Olympic Gold In Rio (Video)

    Ai Fukuhara has won several championship titles in this year but in her last one in Austria, she lost. After the match, she said that her physical strength was not sufficient and it was difficult for her to maintain her focus. Although it was defeat, she was not very concerned and just told herself to get back into training in the pool. She and teammate Ishikawa also revealed their dream in Rio. 

  • Ding Ning Threatened By Kasumi Ishikawa (Videos) - RedGol

    Ding Ning Threatened By Kasumi Ishikawa (Videos)

    After Ai Fukuhara, Ding Ning had to face another Japanese player in the recently concluded China Open. She faced Kasumi Ishikawa in the semifinals. Although the Chinese player pulled off a good score, she admitted that she felt the impact from the opponent. She also commended the variations in techniques Kasumi Ishikawa has done in almost every competition. 

  • Kasumi Ishikawa Defeated In Korea Open First Day - RedGol

    Kasumi Ishikawa Defeated In Korea Open First Day

    After Jun Mizutani’s defeat, the top seed in the women’s division, Kasumi Ishikawa, also followed the same route out of the competition. In the second round of the Women’s Singles, the Japanese player was swept by the qualifier from the hosting team, Choi Hyojoo. Despite Ishikawa’s defeat, three players from their team will be progressing into the quarterfinals. 

  • Kasumi Ishikawa Ousted In The Singles In Suzhou - RedGol

    Kasumi Ishikawa Ousted In The Singles In Suzhou

    The Japanese Team lost a vital member of their lineup this day after Kasumi Ishikawa was eliminated in the third round of competition in the World Championships. She was ousted by the Chinese qualifier, Mu Zi in a powerful score. Meanwhile, the Chinese Team remained intact into the next round. 

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