Hangzhou, 9 Sep (ZXS) -- The single table tennis competition of the Hangzhou Asian Games continued to be held in the gymnasium of Gongshu Canal Sports Park on 29 September. In the mixed doubles competition, the Chinese pair Lin Gaoyuan/Wang Yidi, Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha successfully met in the final. Chinese players won all the men's and women's singles 29/1 finals, and the Chinese team also successfully advanced in the women's doubles and men's doubles 8/1 finals. Since the start of the Hangzhou Asian Games, National Table Tennis has still won all competitions in various events.

In the mixed doubles semifinals of the table tennis event of the Hangzhou Asian Games, Lin Gaoyuan/Wang Yidi defeated the Korean pair Zhang Yuzhen/Tian Zhixi 4:1, Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha defeated the South Korean team Lin Zhongxun/Shin Yubin 4:0, and the national table tennis successfully met in the mixed doubles final, and the Chinese team locked the gold medal in advance.

At the PyeongChang Asian Championships, which ended in early September, Lin Gaoyuan/Wang Yidi won the mixed doubles event, while Wang Chuqin/Sun Yingsha were also strong and ranked first in the mixed doubles world for a long time. The mixed doubles final of the Hangzhou Asian Games will be played on September 9, and the two Chinese mixed doubles pairs have their own merits, and the results of the competition are full of suspense.

On the 29th, the Hangzhou Asian Games table tennis men's singles 1/8 final also kicked off, and the two Chinese men's singles players easily passed. Fan Zhendong defeated Hong Kong's Lin Zhaoheng 4-0 and Wang Chuqin defeated India's Gnasekaran 4-0, both advancing to the men's singles quarterfinals.

China's main opponent in the men's singles event is Japan's Zhang Benzhihe, who also advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating Iran's Dalong Korae 1-8 in the quarterfinals. Another Japanese player, Maharu Yoshimura, fought in a tiebreaker against Hong Kong's Huang Zhenting, China, and eventually lost 4-2, and Huang Zhenting advanced to the quarterfinals.

In the women's singles, the 1/8 final also started on the 29th, with Sun Yingsha easily defeating Thailand's Baranam 4:0 and Wang Yidi defeating Hong Kong's Zhu Chengzhu 4:0, both advancing to the quarterfinals of the women's singles.

In the women's singles 1/8 final, other matches broke out, Japan's Miyu Hirano lost 2:4 to North Korea's Bian Songjing, stopping the Asian Games table tennis women's singles round of 16.

The men's doubles and women's doubles competitions of table tennis at the Hangzhou Asian Games also ushered in the 29/1 final on the 8th, and in the men's doubles 1/8 final, Liang Jingkun/Lin Gaoyuan defeated the North Korean pair Ham Rou-sung/Lee Jung-sung 3:1 after losing a game first. After the match, Lin Gaoyuan said that because the opponent was relatively unfamiliar, the North Korean player fought very hard, and the start was a little more restrained, and he had to fight out when he was behind, to achieve a reversal.

In the other men's doubles 1/8 final, Fan Zhendong/Wang Chuqin easily defeated the Indian pair Achanta / Gnasekaran 3:0 to advance to the quarterfinals of the men's doubles of the Asian Games.

In the women's doubles 1/8 final, Sun Yingsha/Wang Manyu swept Hong Kong pair Li Haoqing/Li Qingyun 3:0, and Chen Meng/Wang Yidi defeated the Japanese pair Miyu Hirano / Miyu Nagasaki 3:0, and the two Chinese women's doubles pairs advanced to the quarterfinals of the Asian Games women's doubles.

On the 30th, the table tennis single competition of the Hangzhou Asian Games will continue to be carried out, and the mixed doubles competition will produce the third gold medal in the table tennis event of this Asian Games. (End)