Kasumi Ishikawa
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Ishikawa at 2007 Volkswagen Open Japan

Personal information
Nationality Japan
Playing style Left-handed, shakehand grip
Highest ranking 8 (February 2011)[1]
Born February 23, 1993 (1993-02-23) (age 18)[2]
Height 1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)[3]
Weight 51 kg (110 lb; 8.0 st)
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Women's table tennis
'Competitor for Japan'
World Championships
'Bronze' 2010 Moscow Team
'Bronze' 2008 Guangzhou Team

|} Kasumi Ishikawa (石川 佳純, Ishikawa Kasumi?) (born February 23, 1993 in Yamaguchi) is a female Japanese table tennis player.[2] Since 2007, she has won the All Japan Table Tennis Championships - female junior division four years in a row.[4] In 2011, she won the national singles title at the age of 17.[5] She is ranked 10th in the ITTF women's world ranking as of March 2011.[1]

She competed at the 2009 World Table Tennis Championships, reaching the quarter final of the singles competition.

She is currently attending Shitennoji High School in Osaka, and a member of Miki House JSC.

Career records

Singles (as of January 5, 2011)[6]

Women's Doubles

  • World Championships: round of 32 (2007, 09).
  • Pro Tour winner (4): Morocco Open 2009; German, Morocco, Hungarian Open 2010.
  • Pro Tour Grand Finals: QF (2010).
  • Asian Games: SF (2010).

Mixed Doubles

  • World Championships: round of 32 (2009).
  • Asian Games: SF (2010).
  • Asian Championships: QF (2009).


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