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Published on Aug 6, 2012
China's women seem more relaxed since Li Xiaoxia delivered the gold medal in table tennis singles at the London Olympics.Still, they've remained restrained and cautious, knowing what's expected back home where ping pong that's what the Chinese call it is the national pastime.That could end Tuesday if China's women beat Japan in the gold-medal match.The statistics say it's a mismatch.The Chinese men and women have already won two gold and two silver medals in the singles, showing lopsided superiority. Some opponents say they're demoralized simply having to face China.Forget the numbers.The Japanese pose the first real threat to China's women, led by gold medalist Li Xiaoxia, silver medalist Ding Ning, and Guo Yue, who forms the topdoubles pair in the world with Li.