Joo Se-Hyuk

Joo Se-Hyuk

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Joo Se-Hyuk (born January 20, 1980 in Seoul) is a South Korean table tennis player who has revolutionized the way players think about the defensive style. He was the finalist at the 2003 World Table Tennis Championships and is a member of the South Korean National Team.

Style of Play

Joo Se-Hyuk uses a defensive table tennis style that throws opponents off their game completely. Utilizing a series of defensive chops, he puts well-placed shots onto the opponent's side from enormous distances, combining placement with massive amounts of spin. Joo Se-Hyuk also uses a strong forehand topspin loop, and occasionally drives, to quickly counterattack an opponent. His dramatic and usually dynamic maneuvers across the table enable him to cover large areas, making him less prone to attack. Joo Se-Hyuk is one of the few defensive players to consistently rank in the International Top 10.

Tournament History and Credentials

  • 2001 ITTF World Championships, Top 150 overall
  • 2002 Asian Games, 2nd overall
  • 2003 ITTF World Championships, Men's Singles finalist, Runner-up
  • 2006 Internationally ranked 15th overall as of January 2006
  • 2006 ITTF Korean Open, Men's Singles 1st
  • 2009 Ranked #7 in the world as of August 2009 (his highest ranking to date)


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