World Championship Jiaolong 0-2 was swept by Danish heroes to the top four mens singles
At last, its the final! Zheng Shi/Huang Yaqiong won the World Championship 2-0 against Japan
Guoyu made history worst by mixing up his shyness, but Japan scored four finals.
Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen defeated Liu Cheng/Zhang Nan in the quarter-finals and reached the top four in the semi-finals against Japanese combination Baomu Zhuolang/Kobayashi Youwu. The two pairs have had five previous encounters, with Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen winning four or losing one to gain an obvious advantage. In the first half of the first game, Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen maintained pressure on their opponents. They even led by 10-7 with 4 points in a row. However, the Japanese team immediately scored 4 points in a row, and Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen fell behind 10-11 during the suspension. Into the Central Bureau, Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen gradually fell into the downwind, although the difference behind is not big, but still failed to catch up, to lose a game 19-21 first.
In the second inning, Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen lost 9 points in a row after the 2-1 opening. Most of the active errors were completely suppressed by the opponents, and they were 4-11 behind when they were suspended. Subsequently, there was little suspense in the contest. Li Junhui/Liu Yuchen was too backward to catch up. He was always very passive on the court. He lost another game with 13-21 and lost 0-2 to Bao Muzhuolang/Kobayashi. He failed to defend his title at the same time. Baomu Zhuolang/Kobayashi Youwu will play against Indonesias Ashsan/Hendra in the final, the latter playing three games in the semi-final, with 21-16, 15-21 and 21-10 Rick teammates Alfian/Ryan.