Liu Shiwen overcame compatriot Wang Manyu to win the women’s singles crown.
The No.8 seeds had lost to the same opponents at the Hungarian Open early this year.
The 13th seed had knocked out top players including world No.1 Timo Boll enroute to final.
Abdulwahab and Abdulrahman lost to Austrian pair of Gardos and Habesohn 11-4, 11-4, 11-7 in the opening round of doubles event.
In the men’s competition, all eyes will be on Germany’s Timo Boll, who at 36, became the oldest ever world No.1 last week.
Germany’s Dimitrij Ovtcharov will lead the men’s pack in the absence of defending champion Ma Long.
Sportradar will help safeguard the sport against match-fixing
The competition will feature 20 expat community teams
The tournament will start in Lebanon on November 8
The youth league will start from today
The 18-year-old had to fight through qualification to make the main draw
Weikert was elected as the ITTF head in May
'The main players on the men’s team are physically exhausted due to continuous participation in competitions, and when injury and illness are added, they are not in a competitive state.'
Top Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin did not turn up for their Round of 16 matches
Ma Long, Fan Zhendong and Xu Xin, who are the top three players in the world, did not show up for their second-round singles matches at the China Open