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Li Xiaoxia

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Birth Date
Jan. 16, 1988 (age 31)
Gender
Woman
Grip
Shakehand
Teams
Chinese National Team
,
Shandong
Country
China

Top Achievements

2012 Olympics Women Singles Gold Medal
2013 Women Singles World Champion
2008 World Cup Women Singles Champion
2007 World Tour Grand Finals Women Singles Champion

Li Xiaoxia News Feed

  • Li Xiaoxia Found The Desire To Win Once Again (Video)  - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Found The Desire To Win Once Again (Video)

    Last year was a difficult year for the Grand Slam champion Li Xiaoxia after encountering a series of injuries which caused her to lose the desire to compete and to win as well. This year, Li Xiaoxia attended the Asian Olympic Qualifier which required her to be tough for the sake of the Chinese Team. In that competition, she overcame herself and earned that desire once again. 

  • Li Xiaoxia & Ding Ning Are The Strongest (Videos) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia & Ding Ning Are The Strongest (Videos)

    The Chinese Team is full of talented players in table tennis so selecting the best players for an important competition like the Olympic Games is definitely a daunting task. According to the head coach of the Chinese Women’s Team, they have done a fair competition for everyone. However, the competition still boiled down on who is the strongest.  

  • China Announced Olympic Lineup - RedGol

    China Announced Olympic Lineup

    The Chinese Team has revealed their cards yesterday and they will be having their best players in the upcoming Olympic Games. Big names like Zhang Jike, Xu Xin, Ding Ning and Liu Shiwen were all included in the lineup for Rio. Even their young players like Fan Zhendong and Zhu Yuling were also in the lineup. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Withstood The Pressure (Video) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Withstood The Pressure (Video)

    Following a week year in 2015, Li Xiaoxia was able to overcome the challenges and got back into the arena just in time to prove herself that she still has what it takes to play in the Olympic Singles. In the Asian Olympic Qualifier, she withstood the pressure from the competition and won the title. According to Kong Linghui, this was an important basis for their decision. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Decided To Retire From Table Tennis (Videos) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Decided To Retire From Table Tennis (Videos)

    Being the Grand Slam champion, Li Xiaoxia holds a very important role in the Chinese Team but last year, because of injury, she lost the passion to continue her career and decided to retire. Even Kong Linghui wasn’t able to completely persuade her. Fortunately, Cai Zhenhua came to the rescue and pushed the player back to the arena. 

  • Ma Long & Li Xiaoxia Already In For The Olympic Games (Videos)  - RedGol

    Ma Long & Li Xiaoxia Already In For The Olympic Games (Videos)

    The Olympic lineup of the Chinese Team is one of the most anticipated things in the Olympic Games after all they are the team to beat in the table tennis competition. During the Asian Cup held last week in Dubai, head coach of the Chinese Women’s Team, Kong Linghui, announced the first players to be in their Olympic lineup. 

  • Li Xiaoxia 80% To 90% Recovered (Videos) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia 80% To 90% Recovered (Videos)

    The Grand Slam champion Li Xiaoxia has been facing problems about injury since last year. Before the Asian Cup, Li Xiaoxia was even reported to have suffered a swollen knee, causing some concerns from the Chinese Team. However, in the competition, Li Xiaoxia reached the finals and for the head coach Kong Linghui, the player has reached a good level of recovery. 

  • 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. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Injured Again - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Injured Again

    Li Xiaoxia missed a lot of important competitions last year which also influenced her playing condition. This year, the Grand Slam champion showed big improvements and therefore given the responsibility to play in the Asian Cup. However, as the competition is nearing, it was reported that Li Xiaoxia might miss another important competition again. 

  • The Asian Cup Is A Test For The Chinese Team  - RedGol

    The Asian Cup Is A Test For The Chinese Team

    Most of the strongest players in table tennis are in Asia and in the next few days, these players will be gathering for one competition, the Asian Cup. For the head coach of the Chinese Women’s Team, this competition will be a perfect test for them especially that they will be sending Li Xiaoxia and Liu Shiwen, two players who still need to prove their strength for the Rio Olympics. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Relied On Her Mental Strength (Video) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Relied On Her Mental Strength (Video)

    The Chinese Women’s Team suffered a series of defeats in their camp in last week’s Asian Olympic Qualifier. This was something unexpected by everyone, including the Grand Slam champion Li Xiaoxia who became the last Chinese player into the semifinals. For her, it was not her physical or technical strength that led her to victory but a good mentality over the others. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Had The Best Performance In The Qualifier (Video) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Had The Best Performance In The Qualifier (Video)

    After going through a series of difficulties last year, Li Xiaoxia showed big improvements this year as she posted victories. However, for the head coach Kong Linghui, those were not very convincing. For him, the most convincing performance was yesterday in the Asian Olympic Qualifier where Li Xiaoxia was the last woman standing. 

  • Ma Long and Li Xiaoxia qualified to Rio 2016 (VIDEOS) - RedGol

    Ma Long and Li Xiaoxia qualified to Rio 2016 (VIDEOS)

    China stumbled on the first day of competition at the Asian Olympic Qualification Tournament but eventually booked the first places to Rio 2016. Ma Long emerged successfully over Fan Zhendong and is the first qualifier in East Asia, while Li Xiaoxia stood victorious over Kasumi Ishikawa. 

  • Ma Long Defeats Zhang Jike In The Olympic Qualifier Semifinals - RedGol

    Ma Long Defeats Zhang Jike In The Olympic Qualifier Semifinals

    The Chinese Team came in full force for the Asian Olympic Qualifier this week in Hong Kong but as the competition progressed, some of their members faced difficulties and defeat. After Liu Shiwen, Ding Ning, Xu Xin and Zhu Yuling followed. Meanwhile, Zhang Jike and Ma Long will face each other in the semifinals. Mima Ito and Doo Hoi Kem are also making their presence felt in the competition. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Aims To Win Her First Asian Cup (Video)  - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Aims To Win Her First Asian Cup (Video)

    Li Xiaoxia has completed her Grand Slam in 2012 after winning all the important competitions in table tennis. However, there is still some competitions that she hasn’t conquered yet. One of them is the Asian Cup. After several participations, the Grand Slam champion only settled as a runner-up in both occasions. That is her best result so far in the competition. 

  • Li Xiaoxia About 70% Recovered (Video) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia About 70% Recovered (Video)

    Li Xiaoxia went through a series of injuries last year which really affected her playing condition and performance. In fact, in the World Team Championships, Li Xiaoxia’s performances were shaky. But as time went by, the Grand Slam champion got better and better, and that was witnessed by Kong Linghui. The coach feels that the team will benefit from it. 

  • Li Xiaoxia Goes To The Asian Cup (Video) - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia Goes To The Asian Cup (Video)

    Li Xiaoxia has shown some good recovery in her technical and physical conditions and that earned her the trust from the coaching staff again. Instead of Zhu Yuling, the head coach Kong Linghui revealed that Li Xiaoxia will be replacing her. Aside from that, the coach also revealed that Li Xiaoxia will also be in the Asian Qualifiers. 

  • Zhang Jike Needs Confidence & Determination - RedGol

    Zhang Jike Needs Confidence & Determination

    The Olympic Games is the next big thing for the table tennis sport this year and one of the concerns now of the Chinese Team is the present condition of their Grand Slam players Zhang Jike and Li Xiaoxia. According to Cai Zhenhua, both players are qualified after all they are both elite players but of course, their present condition could be a risk. 

  • Li Xiaoxia: No Other Choice But To Adhere (Video)  - RedGol

    Li Xiaoxia: No Other Choice But To Adhere (Video)

    As a member of the Chinese National Team, Li Xiaoxia is definitely a true athlete who believes that giving up is not an option. Recently, it was announced that she had a swollen arm which caused her absence in the Qatar Open. In her recent weibo post, she said that she will continue to adhere despite some bumps along the way, and these are all for the Rio Olympics. 

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