Womens doubles in the finals were also wiped out by Japan! Or Ito Meicheng! Zero National Table Tennis Championships

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 Womens doubles in the finals were also wiped out by Japan! Or Ito Meicheng! Zero National Table Tennis Championships


Ito Meicheng/Shina Morita

Chen Xingtong/Sun Yingsha in the first game quickly got into shape. They cooperated with each other in a tacit attack, but Ito Meicheng/Awada Shina also responded quickly, catching up with the score in the middle stage. At the critical moment of the 9-level draw, Shina Morita grabbed the ball, Sun Yingsha took the service and grabbed the ball out of bounds. Japans 11-9 team won the first game. In the second round, Chen Xingtong/Sun Yingsha was backward in the first half of the game, but the key points were not well grasped. After 11 draws, they lost 2 points in a row and lost another game with 11-13 points. In the third game, Chen Xingtong/Sun Yingsha fought back to the water and reached the level of 10 in the passive situation, but missed the key points again and was swept away by losing the total score of 0-3 by 10-12. The mens doubles Chinese team did not participate in the final. Korean team Zhang Yuzhen/Lin Zhongxun played five rounds to 3-2 Li Ke He Junjie/Huang Zhenting of Hong Kong, China, with scores of 10-12, 13-11, 11-8, 10-12 and 11-8. Mixed-pair national table tennis also did not compete, and eventually the Hong Kong-China combination Huang Zhenting/Du Kaiju won the championship by 11-6, 11-8 and 11-4 in the three straight sets against the Korean-Korean combination Zhang Yuzhen/Che Xiaoxin. Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Liu Jie_NS6529

The mens doubles Chinese team did not participate in the final. Korean team Zhang Yuzhen/Lin Zhongxun played five rounds to 3-2 Li Ke He Junjie/Huang Zhenting of Hong Kong, China, with scores of 10-12, 13-11, 11-8, 10-12 and 11-8. Mixed-pair national table tennis also did not compete, and eventually the Hong Kong-China combination Huang Zhenting/Du Kaiju won the championship by 11-6, 11-8 and 11-4 in the three straight sets against the Korean-Korean combination Zhang Yuzhen/Che Xiaoxin.