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Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong dominated the Croatian feeder tournament, and the Japanese chipper once again showed his might

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The WTT Croatia feeder tournament ended the men's and women's singles quarterfinals, with Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan dominating the Croatian feeder tournament men's and women's singles.

Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong dominated the Croatian feeder tournament, and the Japanese chipper once again showed his might

Japan's men's singles rout, no one reached the top 8, South Korea's Cho Dae-sung stopped in the round of 32, Ahn Jae-hyun broke through from the bottom half of the zone to the top 8 to become the only seed, and the men's singles also has Chinese Taipei's Feng Yixin, Hong Kong's Huang Zhenting, France's Cassin, Romania's Ionescu, India's Desai, Sweden's Carlsen and Luxembourg's Ni Xialian mixed doubles partner Madenovic.

Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong dominated the Croatian feeder tournament, and the Japanese chipper once again showed his might

Women's Singles: Japan has three spots in Women's Singles, South Korea has two spots, Romania's Diakolu has one, Turkey's 31-year-old veteran Artenkoya has one spot, and Singapore Zeng Jian has one.

Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong dominated the Croatian feeder tournament, and the Japanese chipper once again showed his might

South Korea's Lee Si-win and Lee Eun-yep respectively fought against Japanese players for semi-finals places, Japan's Mori Sakura, a young chipper who had defeated Chen Xingtong and Wang Yidi, it is estimated that it is not so easy for South Korea to pass Japan.

Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong dominated the Croatian feeder tournament, and the Japanese chipper once again showed his might

In Mixed Doubles, Hong Kong's Wong Chun-ting and To Hoi-king, Sweden's Carlsen and Carlberg are all likely to compete in the final, while Japan and South Korea have not sent anyone to the Mixed Doubles event.

Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong dominated the Croatian feeder tournament, and the Japanese chipper once again showed his might

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