Beijing, March 3 (ZXS) -- The World Table Tennis Major League (WTT) Singapore Grand Slam ended the men's and women's doubles final on the 18th, and the Chinese pair Fan Zhendong/Wang Chuqin, Wang Manyu/Sun Yingsha won the gold medals in men's and women's doubles. Ma Long defeated Brazil's Hugo Calderano in the men's singles semifinals and met Fan Zhendong in the men's singles final, sealing the men's singles gold medal for the Chinese team in advance. The women's singles gold medal will be decided between Sun Yingsha and Qian Tianyi.

As the "unique seedling" of the national table tennis men's doubles, Fan Zhendong/Wang Chuqin is a new combination that the national table tennis men's team focuses on cultivating in the Paris cycle. The two partners of this Grand Slam match to prepare for the subsequent international tournament. In the final, the Korean pair Jang Woo-jin/Lim Jong-hoon started the game and maintained their advantage to win the first game. Fan Zhendong/Wang Chuqin adjusted the tempo and won three consecutive games to defeat the Korean team 3-1 and successfully defend their title.

After the match, Wang Chuqin said that winning the men's doubles championship for the second time proved that the training and preparation of the two doubles had been effective. Fan Zhendong said that the opponent's style of play in the first two games made the two feel uncomfortable, and in the third game, he and Wang Chuqin took the initiative to launch, so they had the advantage.

The women's doubles final staged the "Chinese derby", and Wang Manyu/Sun Yingsha defeated teammates Chen Meng/Wang Yidi 3:2 to win the women's doubles championship. Chen Meng and Wang Yidi failed to perform at their highest level in singles events, but their doubles duo made a good international debut. In the final, they took the first two games with frequent attacks, and then Wang Manyu/Sun Yingsha fought back to win two sets. The tiebreaker lasted until 11 draws, and Sun Yingsha/Wang Manyu scored 2 consecutive points at the crucial moment to win the fifth game 13:11 and win Chen Meng/Wang Yidi 3:2.

Before the men's singles semifinals, Malone showed good form without losing a single set in four knockout matches. Against Brazil's Hugo Calderano in the semifinals, Malone didn't give his opponent much chance and won 4-1. Speaking about the final, Malone said that the opponent in the final is very familiar with him, there is no pressure, and he hopes to enjoy the game.

In the mixed doubles final that ended on the 16th, the Chinese pair Wang Chuqin / Sun Yingsha defeated the Japanese pair Zhang Motochi Kazu/Hina Hayata 3:1 to successfully defend their title. (End)