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Shōji Satō

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Birth name  佐藤翔冶
Handedness  Right
Name  Shoji Sato
Siblings  Daisuke Sato
Country  Japan
Current ranking  12 (July 5, 2007)
Role  Artist
Born  September 19, 1982 (age 33) Higashimurayama, Tokyo[1] (1982-09-19)

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Shōji Satō (佐藤 翔冶, Satō Shōji, born September 19, 1982) is a male badminton player from Japan.

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Career

Shoji has all school titles from junior school to university. Also doubles team of Shoji and Sho Sasaki held first place of high school tournament. He won four Japanese National Championships in a row between 2003 and 2006.

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Shoji played badminton at the 2004 Summer Olympics in men's singles, losing in the round of 32 to Bao Chunlai of China. He also represented Japan as the third singles in the 2010 edition of the Thomas Cup held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He played as the third singles and against Malaysia in the group stage, he shocked the hosts after defeating Muhammad Hafiz Hashim, after the team staged a huge comeback from 0-2 down to win 3-2 over the hosts.

Shoji played also at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and won the men's singles round of 32 and lost in the round of 16.

At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed with Naoki Kawamae in the men's doubles.

Achievements

Men's Singles

  • 2003 Australian Open
  • 2003 New Zealand Open
  • 2003 Wellington International
  • 2003 South Africa International
  • 2003 Bulgarian International
  • 2001 Giraldilla International
  • References

    Shōji Satō Wikipedia


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