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The retirements of Li Jiawei and Wang Yuegu after the 2012 London Olympics may have signalled the end of an era, a time that saw Singapore table tennis knocking on the door of Chinese domination.
Perhaps here at the Asian Games, new hope has been forged - not in an joyous victory, but in agonising defeat.
Singapore's women fell 3-2 to Japan last night at the Suwon Gymnasium in the semi-finals of the Asian Games team event and, with no bronze play-off, will share the medal with North Korea, who fell 3-0 to China in the night's other semi-final.
It was not the medal that brought a smile to women's coach Jing Junhong,but the performances of the younger players.
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