WTT is currently organizing the latest edition of the Champions Tournament in Xinxiang. The exciting event launched on April 9 and is in its final stretch. Read to learn about the ongoing WTT Champions Xinxiang 2023.
WTT Champions Xinxiang started this April 9 for both men’s and women’s singles divisions. The popular table tennis tournament will work as the decider for the upcoming WTT Champion titleholder.
From Round of 32, the competition completed quarter-final matches for both women’s and men’s singles by April 13. On the women’s side, Wang Yidi and Chen Xingtong will face one another in the first semifinal match. Following that, Sen Yingsha and Chen Meng will face one another.
While on the men’s singles side, Lin Yun-Ju is set to fight against Liang Jingkun. Following this, Fan Zhendong and Lim Jonghoon will face each other in the final semifinal game. The event has announced a massive $800k prize pool with a $35k winner’s share. In addition, the winning side will win 1000 ranking points.
Details on schedule, tv, and live stream info of ongoing WTT Champions Xinxiang 2023 are listed here.
WTT Champions Xinxiang 2023 Schedule:
- Date: Friday, April 14, 2023
The semifinal stage of WTT Champions Xinxiang is scheduled to kick off this Friday, April 14, 2023. All four matches in both divisions will be completed within one day.
Here is the schedule list for the WTT Champions Xinxiang 2023 –
|Friday, April 14, 2023
|Lin Yun-Ju vs Liang Jingkun
|Fan Zhendong vs Lim Jonghoon
|Wang Yidi vs Chen Xingtong
|Sun Yingsha vs Chen Meng
How to watch the event on TV?
WTT has enlisted multiple broadcast partnerships to provide wider TV coverage of their ongoing WTT Champions Xinxiang 2023 event. Here are some of the major broadcast partners and their respective territories –
- CCTV-5, Migu – China
- ELTA – Chinese Taipei
- TV Tokyo 7 – Japan
- SpoTV Korea – Korea Republic
How to Live Stream WTT Champions Xinxiang 2023?
- WTT YouTube Channel
For international table tennis viewers, WTT will provide a live stream of each of the ongoing WTT Champions games on its official YouTube channel. It is titled “World Table Tennis.” The channel’s live streams will be region-unlocked for any fans to watch from any location without the hassle and additional payment.