21 Apr 2024

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Matches in Stage 2 will return to best of seven format.

Lin Gaoyuan makes his first Men’s World Cup final!

Day 6 reaches its climax with a burst of excitement as Lin Gaoyuan secures his inaugural Men’s World Cup final appearance after a flawless performance, dispatching Tomokazu Harimoto in straight sets. Displaying his dominance on the table, Lin ignited the crowd with his magnificent showcase of talent, ending the night on a high. Lin is set to face off against Ma Long for the battle of glory on the final day of the ITTF Men’s and Women’s World Cup.

World No. 1 Sun Yingsha is back in the Women’s World Cup finals

In an action-packed semi-final, reminiscent of their encounter at the 2020 Women’s World Cup finals, Sun Yingsha outshone her compatriot Chen Meng in a captivating match that had fans on the edge of their seats with every point. In a marathon battle lasting nearly two hours, Sun avenged her 2020 defeat and emerged victorious with a hard-fought 4-2 win (11-13, 12-10, 11-6, 1-11, 14-12, 11-9). She now sets her sights on the title and will face Wang Manyu, who is making her debut appearance in the Women’s World Cup final.

Ma Long on his way to his fifth Men’s World Cup final

In a truly dominating display of table tennis, Ma Long commanded the table to defeat World No.1. Wang Chuqin in the first Men’s semi-final of the night. Covering every corner of the table, Ma secured a flawless 4-0 victory against Wang, locking in his fifth Men’s World Cup final and marking his first win against Wang in over two years.

Wang Manyu is through to the finals on her Women’s World Cup debut!

Wang Manyu kicks off the penultimate day of the ITTF Men’s and Women’s World Cup with a crowd scorcher, ending Miwa Harimoto’s dream run and securing herself a spot in the finals at her first World Cup. In a spectacular display of skill and determination, Wang emerged victorious in a breathtaking Women’s semi-final clash that had the sold out crowd out at the Galaxy Arena going wild, setting the stage for a thrilling night of table tennis.


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