Mima Ito’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Mima Ito was born on 21 October, 2000 in Iwata, Shizuoka, is a Japanese table tennis player. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Mima Ito’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
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Mima Ito’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Mima Ito is 21 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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Early Life: Source Wikipedia
In March 2020 at the Qatar Open, Ito Mima recorded a 4–0 win against reigning Olympic championin the semifinals. Notably, she won the third set 11–0, making it the first time a non-Chinese player won a set 11–0 against a Chinese player.
In January 2020, it was announced that Ito Mima would be part of the women’s table tennis team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, together withand . Earlier on, she had been the first player to be selected to play in the Women’s Singles event. In February, she won the Hungarian Open 2020, beating Taiwanese top player 4-3.
In March 2020, Ito Mima andwon the Mixed Doubles category at the Qatar Open, beating Chinese pair and 3-1 in the finals.
In November 2019, she beat world junior championand to win the Austrian Open.
In November 2018, she beat all the top Chinese players ranked higher than her: world no. 6 and Olympic Singles gold medalist, world no. 2 and world no. 1 at the 2018 Swedish Open (table tennis), winning the tournament.
In 2017, she played for the Liaoning team in the second-tier Chinese league.
Ito had a minor role in the 2017 film Mixed Doubles. In 2018, she appeared in the music video of Little Glee Monster’s single “Sekai wa Anata ni Waraikakete Iru” (世界はあなたに笑いかけている; “The World is Smiling at You”.)
At the age of ten, she became the youngest person to win a match at the Japanese senior table tennis championships and the youngest person to win an ITTF Junior Circuit tournament. At eleven she defeated the player ranked 50th in the world at the time. At the age of 14, she moved in June 2015 for the first time into the Top 10 in the world rankings before she was defeated by Han Ying and, reaching World Rank No. 9.
In December 2014 she won again the doubles withat the ITTF World Tour Grand Finals in Bangkok against the Singaporean partnership and , and at that moment and Mima Ito became the youngest players winning the ITTF World Tour Grand Finals. In March 2015 she won, after beating , and , the singles’ title at German Open against . On 5 July 2015 Mima Ito and won the Women’s Doubles title at the ITTF World Tour on the Korea Open in the city of Incheon.
In December 2015 the 2015 ITTF Star Awards, a Breakthrough Star Award presented by TMS International was given out to Japan’s Mima Ito.
In September 2015, it was announced that she would be part of the Japanese national team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. At 15 years of age, she won the bronze medal for Japan, where she won the last and important game against(Ranked 4th in the world), with 3–0 in sets for the Japanese women’s table tennis team with and . With her bronze medal in Rio, she broke another record for the youngest Olympic table tennis player to win a medal in the Women’s Team category.
In March 2014 she, together with, won the doubles’ title at German Open. They were both 13 at the time. Thus they became the youngest-ever winners of a doubles competition in the ITTF World Tour.
In April 2014 she won again with, a double title at the ITTF World Tour in Spain.
Mima Ito (伊藤 美誠 , Itō Mima, born 21 October 2000) is a Japanese table tennis player. She won a bronze medal in the Women’s Team event at the 2016 Summer Olympics when she was 15 years old. Often termed as the ‘greatest threat’ to Chinese table tennis dominance, Ito Mima has the highest winning rate against Chinese players in the history of women’s table tennis. She currently has a winning record against several top Chinese players, including world champion, former world no. 1 and world junior champion . Her signature playing style entails lethal shovel serves, strawberry receives, fast short-pimpled backhand punches and flat forehand smashes.