Czech Champion Chen Xing won the championship with Feng Yalan 4, Gu Yuting/Mu Zi

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 Czech Champion Chen Xing won the championship with Feng Yalan 4, Gu Yuting/Mu Zi


Chen Xingtong, who won the Czech Championship last week in the womens singles quarter-finals, played against Austrian Polcanova. Chen Xingtong had an absolute advantage in the competition. He won the first game with 11-7 in the first game and the second game with 11-5 in the next city. In the third and fourth innings, Chen Xingtong still did not give Polcanova any chance to win 11-7 and 11-8 successively, with a total score of 4-0 sweeping into the top four.

Feng Yalan faced the famous South Korean general Tian Zhixi. In the first game, Feng Yalan preemptively attacked people with 11-9 initiative. In the second game, the competition between the two sides became more intense. Feng Yalan missed key points and was equalized by losing a game on 9-11. In the third round, Feng Yalan stabilized the situation and established an advantage at the beginning, leading the way by 11-6 and winning 2-1. In the fourth round, Feng Yalan made more mistakes and Tian Zhixi took the initiative again. Feng Yalan lost the two sides to a 2-level war on 8-11. In the crucial fifth inning, Feng Yalan grasped the situation and won 3-2 with 11-7. In the sixth inning, the score of the two players was tight until after 11 draws, Feng Yalan scored 2 points, winning the total score of 4-2 Likeda Zhixi by 13-11. In the semi-final, Feng Yalan will wage a civil war with Chen Xingtong, and in the other semi-final, between Katsumi Ishikawa and Meicheng Ito.

In the womens doubles final, Gu Yuting/Muzi played Japanese team Miyu Hirano/Yashida Shaji. In the first game, Gu Yuting/Muzi had a disadvantageous start. In the face of the fierce attack of Miyu Hirano/Chitian Shaji, he lost the first game on 9-11. In the second round, Gu Yuting/Muzi stabilized the situation, and the two men began to cooperate with the tacit offensive, pulling back the game by 11-7. In the third and fourth innings, Gu Yuting/Muzi pulled the score early and won successively with the same score of 11-6. He lost one game first and then pulled three consecutive innings, with a total score of 3-1 reversing to win the first championship of the National Table Tennis Competition. In the mens doubles final, Zhao Dacheng/Li Shangshu of South Korea beat Liao Zhenjun/Lin Yunru of Taipei of China 3-1 to win the championship, with the four games scored 11-4, 11-8, 7-11 and 11-6. In the mixed doubles final, Zhao Dacheng/Shen Yubin won 3-2 against Japans Mitsubishi Watanabe/Ito Meicheng, scoring 6-11, 15-13, 12-10, 16-18 and 12-10 in five games. So South Korea won two doubles championships, only 16-year-old Zhao Dacheng won the double. Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Cao Lie-e_NS1806

In the womens doubles final, Gu Yuting/Muzi played Japanese team Miyu Hirano/Yashida Shaji. In the first game, Gu Yuting/Muzi had a disadvantageous start. In the face of the fierce attack of Miyu Hirano/Chitian Shaji, he lost the first game on 9-11. In the second round, Gu Yuting/Muzi stabilized the situation, and the two men began to cooperate with the tacit offensive, pulling back the game by 11-7. In the third and fourth innings, Gu Yuting/Muzi pulled the score early and won successively with the same score of 11-6. He lost one game first and then pulled three consecutive innings, with a total score of 3-1 reversing to win the first championship of the National Table Tennis Competition.

In the mens doubles final, Zhao Dacheng/Li Shangshu of South Korea beat Liao Zhenjun/Lin Yunru of Taipei of China 3-1 to win the championship, with the four games scored 11-4, 11-8, 7-11 and 11-6. In the mixed doubles final, Zhao Dacheng/Shen Yubin won 3-2 against Japans Mitsubishi Watanabe/Ito Meicheng, scoring 6-11, 15-13, 12-10, 16-18 and 12-10 in five games. So South Korea won two doubles championships, only 16-year-old Zhao Dacheng won the double.