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Koki Niwa

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Birth Date
Oct. 10, 1994 (age 24)
Gender
Male
Grip
Shakehand
Country
Japan

Equipment

Backhand Rubber:

Koki Niwa News Feed

  • Koki Niwa Withdraws From The Asian Cup - RedGol

    Koki Niwa Withdraws From The Asian Cup

    The players have arrived for the Asian Cup this week in Dubai and since the lineup was first published, there are some changes in the list of players. We all know that Li Xiaoxia has already replaced Zhu Yuling in the competition. But aside from her, Japan and Hong Kong also made some substitutions. One of them is Koki Niwa who was replaced by Yuya Oshima. 

  • Hennebont with Niwa couldn't win in the French League (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Hennebont with Niwa couldn't win in the French League (VIDEOS)

    Hennebont and Koki Niwa couldn't get a victory in their debut at the 2015-16 French League. The Japanese player had a weak start against Emmanuel Lebesson, then he recovered against Paul Drinkhall. But it wasn't enough to give victory to his club. On the contrary, Pontoise-Cergy, led by Marcos Freitas, didn't have problems to beat SPO Rouen. 

  • Koki Niwa eliminated from the 2015 Austrian Open (VIDEO) - RedGol

    Koki Niwa eliminated from the 2015 Austrian Open (VIDEO)

    Koki Niwa was the biggest casualty in the 2015 Austrian Open's main draw. The Japanese star was eliminated by Russia's Alexander Shibaev. On the contrary, his team mate Jun Mizutani reached the third round. Vladimir Samsonov also said good bye to the tournament. He lost to Andrej Gacina. 

  • Xu Xin Lost To Koki Niwa In The Asian Cup Group Stage - RedGol

    Xu Xin Lost To Koki Niwa In The Asian Cup Group Stage

    The 2015 Asian Cup kicked off with surprising results yesterday. Starting off with the top seed, Xu Xin, he was defeated by the Japanese Koki Niwa. Meanwhile, veterans Chuang Chih Yuan and Joo Saehyuk lost to the host Sharath Kamal Achanta. As for Fan Zhendong, he was able to stand undefeated the whole day. 

  • Frickenhausen misses Koki Niwa - RedGol

    Frickenhausen misses Koki Niwa

    In the last season Frickenhausen showed a great performance and finished in the fourth place, but now the team led by koki Niwa can't find victory route in the 2014-15 Bundesliga. Frickenhausen haven't been able to count on the Japanese player and has suffered the 7th defeat in a row.

  • Koki Niwa Lost In The 2014 Swedish Open Round 2 - RedGol

    Koki Niwa Lost In The 2014 Swedish Open Round 2

    Koki Niwa reached the last round in last week's Russian Open but this time in Stockholm, he had a much shorter exposure after he lost to French qualifier Simon Gauzy in a full-stretch duel. While the Japanese struggled in the second round, the Chinese seemed to have adjusted well and survived the round with much stronger scores. 

  • Frickenhausen without Niwa lost in the Bundesliga (VIDEO) - RedGol

    Frickenhausen without Niwa lost in the Bundesliga (VIDEO)

    Frickenhausen was one of the teams which couldn't celebrate last weekend in the Bundesliga. Last season's semifinalist scored its second defeat after being beaten by Zugbrücke Grenzau led by Andrej Gacina. Frickenhausen is currently in the seventh place in the Bundesliga. If it wants to repeat last season's performance, it will need Koki Niwa's help.

  • Top players reveal their secrets: Koki Niwa (VIDEO) - RedGol

    Top players reveal their secrets: Koki Niwa (VIDEO)

    Koki Niwa is one of the raising star in table tennis and one of the most attractive game styles in the World Tour circuit. Due to the language barrier, we can't have enough information about this great player, but Butterfly made us a big favour and published an special article about Niwa's game through its Butterfly Magazine.

  • Koki Niwa: the Magician of Table Tennis (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Koki Niwa: the Magician of Table Tennis (VIDEOS)

    Koki Niwa is one of the raising star of Table Tennis in the last years. He won the 2010 Youth Olympic Games and the 2011 World Junior Championships, but now he is looking for place among the top players in the World Tour Circuit. He hasn't won a major title yet, but he has surprised us with amazing game style. 

  • Koki Niwa: Next Casualty In The Japan Open Singles (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Koki Niwa: Next Casualty In The Japan Open Singles (VIDEOS)

    Kenta Matsudaira was the first one to get eliminated from the competition. Unfortunately for the Japanese Team, the third seed Koki Niwa followed. He was defeated by his teammate Masataka Morizono. But the second seed Jun Mizutani is making a strong presence in the competition. In the second round, he ended the hopes of Chinese seed Liang Jingkun. 

  • Germany Beats Japan Into The World Championships Finals (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Germany Beats Japan Into The World Championships Finals (VIDEOS)

    Both Germany and Japan faced a critical semifinal match of the 2014 World Team Championships today. Being the second seed, Germany is a strong team to be in the finals but the Japanese Team, playing in home soil was believed to have an extra advantage. However, it was the guest team who will progress into the finals. 

  • China & Germany Showed Super Strength In The World Championships (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    China & Germany Showed Super Strength In The World Championships (VIDEOS)

    The 2014 World Championships Men's division was in primetime, at least in Asia, with China and Germany fighting in the arena: China faced Austria while Germany met Hong Kong. Ma Long, Xu Xin and Zhang Jike proved their unsurpassable strength while Timo Boll, Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Patrick Franziska maintained their top spot. Japan, though struggled, survived Portugal. 

  • Koki Niwa: the best player in the Bundesliga (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Koki Niwa: the best player in the Bundesliga (VIDEOS)

    Koki Niwa has shone in the Bundesliga. The Japanese star remained unbeaten during 15 matches and only suffered four defeats in the whole season. Thanks to his performance, his team Frickenhausen is in the play-offs and will face Borussia Düsseldorf. Koki Niwa will have a chance to add more wins to his account.

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