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Four Rochester-area players excel in national table tennis tournament

Sisters Abigail and Mandy Yu, and siblings Isabella and Alex Luo all fared well in the US National Table Tennis Championships on July 3-8 in Las Vegas.

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Mandy Yu practices with her coach, Wei Qi, on Friday, March 26, 2021 in Rochester. Yu was one of four Rochester-area players with high finishes in the US National Table Tennis Championships on July 3-8 in Las Vegas.. (Ken Klotzbach / kklotzbach@postbulletin.com)

The Rochester Table Tennis Club had four players place in the US National Table Tennis Championships on July 3-8 in Las Vegas.

They were led by Abigail Yu, who was second in the 11-under competition despite being just 8 years old. Yu’s sister, Mandy Yu, landed third in the 15-under division. Mandy is just 12 years old.

Isabella Luo, who’s 9, lost in the 11-under quarterfinals. Alex Luo finished in the top 16 in the 13-under competition. He’s 12.

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