Soft tennis at the 2006 Asian Games

Soft tennis at the 2006 Asian Games

Soft tennis was a discipline of the tennis competitions at the 2006 Asian Games.

Medal summary

Winners

December 2

Elimination Rounds

|0|JPN|2
December 3 |MGL|0|TPE|2
December 3 |JPN|2|TPE|1
December 3 |KOR|2|MGL|0

Classification Rounds

December 3 - Classification rounds for places 5 and 6

Final 8

Round8-with third
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Kim / You|5|flagicon|MGL Gantulga / Uchirsaikhan|0
December 8 |flagicon|JPN Hanada / Kawamura|5|flagicon|TPE Lin / Yeh|2
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Jong / We|1|flagicon|TPE Li / Yang|5
December 8 |flagicon|CHN Xiong / Zhang|2|flagicon|JPN Nakahori / Takagawa|5
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Kim / You|5|flagicon|JPN Hanada / Kawamura|1
December 8 |flagicon|TPE Li / Yang|5|flagicon|JPN Nakahori / Takagawa|4
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Kim / You|3|flagicon|TPE Li / Yang|5
December 8 |flagicon|JPN Hanada / Kawamura|1|flagicon|JPN Nakahori / Takagawa|5

Classification Rounds

December 8 - Classification rounds for places 5 and 6

December 5

Group C

December 5

Group F

Women

Team

Group Round

Group A

December 2

Final 16

Round8-with third
December 8 |flagicon|JPN Gyokusen / Ueshima|5|flagicon|TPE Chou / Yang |4
December 8 |flagicon|CHN Jiang / Shi|0|flagicon|KOR Kim / Lee|5
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Kim / Lee|5|flagicon|CHN Zhang / Zhao|1
December 8 |flagicon|JPN Hamanaka / Tsuji|5|flagicon|TPE Fang / Lan|0
December 8 |flagicon|JPN Gyokusen / Ueshima|5|flagicon|KOR Kim / Lee|0
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Kim / Lee|3|flagicon|JPN Hamanaka / Tsuji|5
December 8 |flagicon|JPN Gyokusen / Ueshima|5|flagicon|JPN Hamanaka / Tsuji|4
December 8 |flagicon|KOR Kim / Lee|5|flagicon|KOR Kim / Lee|3

Classification Rounds

December 8 - Classification rounds for places 5 and 6

December 5

Group C

December 5

Mixed Doubles

Round of 16

December 4

References

*citeweb|url=http://www.doha-2006.com/gis/Sports/ST/IGSTSchedule.aspx|title=Soft Tennis Competition Schedule


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