Semi-Pro vs. World no. 7

פורסם בתאריך 10 ספט 2020
The Final Battle of the 3-part series with World No. 7, "The Silent Assassin," Lin Yun-Ju.

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  • I hope you enjoyed getting to know Lin Yun-Ju! He's an incredible player and SUPER kind and down-to-earth! 8>)

    • Come in the TTBL

    • @Adam Bobrow 555

    • Watching u in perfect dude make me see ur vedio lol

    • @Ninja Warrior Fanclub i know..

    • @Aashirwad Jha That would be insane 👌

  • 8:58 WTF?

  • Hate to break it to you but he was going easy on you.

  • 林宜儒👍🏻👍🏻

  • Lin Yun-Ju is really a cute and good person :)

  • why adam leading with 6 points?thats so annoying just play like normal lah

  • That was awesome!!!

  • The charming united kingdom partly pretend because rectangle delightfully switch among a null edward. six, jolly letter

  • help, give $ 1 each please

  • ism lo3ba

  • Can I play with you

  • Good

  • Adam is no match against pros but it’s great to see him having fun and learning against some of the worlds besf

  • I get the feeling that Adam could definitely beat these high-ranked players starting with 0-0 if he's serious. He seems to just be more playful in his videos. In fact, I feel like Adam is BMing because of the score difference and his need to play this kind of game.

  • Aww, where was the "around the net" counter. 😂

  • I've written a short piece on why I find Lin Yun-Ju such an inspiration and what makes his technique so fantastic. If anyone reads or enjoys it that would be great :) Lin Yun-Ju: The Great River An Essay on my Inspiration (Ben PJ) Lin Yun-Ju is a hero of the sport and has the most beautiful technique in the game. ​​​​​​​ Before considering why Lin worthy of such praise, it is important to consider the backdrop he set against: Chinese dominance. The modern Chinese game is often fast, rigid and strong. The top Chinese players hit the ball with furious force and the speed with which they move is almost aggressive. It is the product of years of rigorous, structured drilling and intense exercise. The results speak for themselves. Players like Ma Long and Fan Zhendong perform feats of movement and precision which push the upper limits of human capability. They swat balls from impossible positions and regularly annihilate some of the world's best (even the B team players are capable of such feats). The way they play is sublime, fierce and fiery. As the Chinese are to fire, Lin Yun-Ju is to water. His movement is elegant and free flowing, and I don't think it would be far fetched to say that he looks almost as if he's dancing when he plays. Despite not being as physically strong as some of the Chinese players, Lin uses his body efficiently to create devastating amounts spin and power. His movements are not forced but by allowing his joints to rotate freely, his arms and wrist can crack into the ball. His backhand flick exemplifies this. Using his elbow, he makes a short, sharp movement, the wrist simply following through. As well as being exemplary, his style looks like it belongs to someone who has fun playing the sport, and has done so from a young age. The young and precocious Lin presumably picked up a love for table tennis and ran with it. The fact that some of Lin's closest (his family and practice partners in Taiwan) appear to be warm and genuine people, suggest that his love of the sport was innate and not simply motivated by strict parental or systematic conditioning. Although Lin is modest, and is so-called the 'Silent Assassin', his love of the game shines through his well polished technique. His movements flow so naturally, like a river one could say. As well as this, he seems to be a very wholesome and kind individual, and a friend anyone would be lucky to have. Lin Yun-Ju is one of my main sources of inspiration for the sport and I strive to incorporate both his technique and level-headedness into my own game. Lin Yun-Ju, you are the water that can extinguish the great Chinese flame and a beacon of hope for the future of our sport (or, as you demonstrate, our art).

  • Lin is great , will be greater in future. But Adam you're awesome bro. Deserve million views.

  • this shit called himself a semi pro?

  • can someone pls tell why thats illegal at 3:52

  • i don't even play ping pong and this is fun to watch

  • 林選手マジでカッコいい

  • Adam很厲害! 小林加油!

  • omg if LYR is like this good, I can’t imagine how good is MaLong

  • Adam! Do you have the strength and conditioning coach instagram

  • Ok

  • How about you collab with PongFinity?

  • 現在全台灣沒有人不知道林同學了!

  • C’est le top 🔥

  • I support the silent assassin for humble bee 🐝 style 👑🏋🏻‍♂️👑🧠

  • You are livin my dream amigo! I 100 percent enjoy your travels//endeavors//humorous light on competitive sports to altruistic relief 👑🏓👑🏓👑🏋🏻‍♂️👑🏓🏓

  • Ngl this makes my day! Thank you !

  • Lin is the best

  • Ma long..

  • Anyone from anqara ?

  • Adam, you’re such a funny guy, more matches with the world top players, please!

  • Lin is just a humble and nice guy. In my opinion he has the most beautiful style of all the top players. Smooth, effortless, precise, efficient - though spectacular and entertaining. And I enjoy his calmness besides all the screamers too. Now that I think about it, he is the opposite of you, Adam: Silent and talented. ;-)

  • Thank you for sharing the culture. I appreciate the time and respect you've given everyone. I'm new to the channel, so thank you for much more in sure.

  • i wanna see u play tennis!

  • Amazing... amazing..100X.

  • I bet when he was screaming some people thought there was something wrong with him

  • 4th place in oplympic, geez

  • Look how calm they are playing I also watched Anastasia vs Adam and she was hopping here and their😅

  • 8:56 i don't have words to describe it

  • Came to your channel through the Formosa TV News, never knew you've played LYJ before he really got famous in TW.

    • I've watched this video for more than 10 times. Also Cheng JiaQi's match.

  • Lin yun ju is such a pure kid!

  • lin is such a cool dude

  • 8:47 tennis???

  • Я думал Адам хорошо играет но этот китаец творит чудеса.

    • @嘿嘿bingo答對了 мне всегда казалось что Тайвань часть Китая.

    • Actually, he's Tawanese

  • LinYunJu🔥🙌

  • 🔝🔝🔝

  • 8:47 WoW 神乎其技

  • 4:35 哈哈

  • It would be interesting to see you play with Xu Xin

  • 飛打很帥氣喔 ! 哈哈 還有轉身打,炫技喔 !

  • what is the BGM in 9:58

  • 8:58! Are you kidding me? That's another lefty for you. Damn he's good.

  • Some serious rallies cheers from Australia 🇦🇺

  • 哈哈,有趣

  • That’s an awesome game :) you guys both 👍

  • 4:11 Adam knew he was screwed

  • 8:58 outrageous

  • What a world class performance. Also from Lin Yu-Ju.

  • Let’s go!!!!!!!🇹🇼🇹🇼🇹🇼🇹🇼🇹🇼

  • Crazy how LYJ can recover all those edge balls. Dude's reaction time and dexterity are off the charts!

  • Almost get to rank #7.

  • This match to me was the most enjoyable to watch by far.

  • I love how Adam says he’s a semi-pro when he’s literally going to beat the worlds best no7 player

  • 10:37 We'll witness this in Paris, 2024

  • 🇹🇼

  • Lin yun ju rising champion of tt❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Welcome to Taiwan 🇹🇼

  • Olympics champion... almost there...

  • If u are semi pro, half the population in China is pro

  • the difference between amateur and pro: amateur must see the direction of movement of the racket, pro can see the amount and direction of spin by reading the bounce of the ball. You can fool an amateur by snake balls under the table, but it´s hard to fool a pro. And they are much much faster in every aspect.

  • Amazing~讚啦!

  • Taiwanese

  • 1:10 7:58 9:22

  • I'm in the same country of "The Silent Assassin," Lin Yun-Ju.

  • He's so casually good it's hilarious

  • 後面越來越精彩🤣

  • 比賽時應很少打那麼高的球

  • 4:08 換成右手一樣可以打神球,太扯啦www

  • You had him at 10:4 in the 4th.

  • 🇹🇼🇹🇼🇹🇼

  • 4:16 飛燕還巢

  • As a badminton enthusiast, this was super awesome to see!

  • 球竟然可以不用越過網子還得分

  • 0:59 Lin昀儒 is soo cute!

  • 林昀儒 let's goooooo

    • 捕捉野生部長

  • 太厲害了吧

  • Absolutely love this

  • We are Taiwanese !

  • OMG!!!Taiwan🇹🇼🇹🇼

  • 神奇的算法将我带到这里

  • why is Djokovic playing table tennis

  • 我相信我不是唯一一個被演算法帶來的人

  • 原來林昀儒有跟老外合作拍片

  • Great game, fun to watch, good to see some wonderful skills here

  • 居然是林昀儒!!