Original title: Table Tennis Championships ended Fan Zhendong men's singles win, Chen Meng/Wang Manyu women's doubles top
The 2020 National Table Tennis Championships entered the final day of competition yesterday. The two finals were only seven rounds of fierce battles. Among them, Chen Meng/Wang Manyu defeated Sun Yingsha/Wang Yidi 4:3 to win the women's doubles championship, Fan Zhendong defeated 4:3 Malone, this is his third time after 2014 and 2016 that he has won the championship trophy of the National Championship singles.
The final day of the National Table Tennis Championships-the men's singles final last night, Fan Zhendong and Ma Long dedicated a wonderful battle for the fans, even if the situation is behind in the final game, the veteran Ma Long still tenaciously tied the score. It was 7-7. However, at the critical moment, Fan Zhendong's backhand broke out, scoring four points in a row and ending the game 11-7. In the end, Fan Zhendong narrowly defeated Malone to win the men's singles championship by 4:3. Regarding the slight fluctuations on the court, Fan Zhendong said that Ma Long is not only terrible when he is leading, but his entanglement in the game and the ability to read the game are even more terrible when he is behind. "Ma Long is the world's first master of fierce relations when he is behind. At this time, he needs to constantly adjust. When I feel very difficult, when I feel that I can’t hold it, I’m the most valuable thing I have obtained throughout the game.”
Fan Zhendong did not dominate the previous "Dragon Fat Fight". In the matchup last night, Fan Zhendong felt that he had been suppressed by Ma Long, but he never gave up. "Today's game was very difficult, except that it was easier to win the first game. I had a chance and didn’t win the second round. Every subsequent round was pressed and played. I didn’t give up when I fell behind and kept moving. In fact, playing against the Dragons now can really feel his appeal. They all worked hard and I am very happy to win the championship in the end."