Busan World Championships for Both Men and women

As expected, China is the best in table tennis… Busan World Championships for both men and women

China dominated the men’s and women’s championship trophies at the BNK Busan Bank 2024 Busan World Table Tennis Championships.

China defeated France with a match score of 3-0 in the men’s final on the last day of the tournament held at BEXCO in Busan on the 25th.

In the women’s final the previous day, China defeated Japan and won,

so China won both men’s and women’s championships. 카지노

Table Tennis World Championships

The Table Tennis World Championships are held as individual events in odd-numbered years and as team events in even-numbered years.

China has shown itself as an absolute powerhouse not only in individual competitions but also in team competitions.

The day before, the Chinese women’s national team won its 6th consecutive tournament,

while the men’s national team succeeded in winning its 11th consecutive tournament.

The Chinese men’s national team only gave up 2 match points in the semifinal match against Korea,

and all other matches ended with a match score of 3-0.

Jang Woo-jin

Woojin Jang, who defeated Wang Chuqin in the semifinals, and Lee Sangsu (Samsung Life Insurance),

who defeated Ma Rong, will go down in history as the player who prevented China from achieving a ‘perfect win’ in this tournament.

France reached the finals for the first time in 27 years since the 1997 Manchester Championship,

but failed to achieve its dream of winning its first ever title.

France has finished runner-up three times in total in the team competition at the World Championships.

Although they failed to win the championship,

French men’s table tennis reaffirmed the international competitiveness of brothers Alexis Lebrun and Felix Lebrun,

raising hopes for a medal at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

China took the lead when first-single player Wang Chuqin defeated French ace Felix Lebrun 3-0 (11-4 11-8 11-3).

In the second singles match, Pan Zhendong defeated Alexis Lebrun 3-2 (9-11 11-4 8-11 12-10 11-7),

signaling China’s victory.

In the third singles, Ma Rong defeated Simon Goji 3-1 (7-11 11-2 11-4 11-6),

confirming China’s championship.

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