Germany's Timo Boll will be making his 19th World Championships career appearance.
China top the men's, women's and team world rankings, while the country has won all 12 gold medals on offer across the last three Olympics.
The series, which will start in Shenzhen, China, on August 8, will also be held in Innsbruck (Austria) August 21-25, Townsville (Australia) 11-15 September, Fort Lauderdale (Florida) October 17-20 and Cardiff (Wales) December 13-16.
The duo of Abdulwahab and Al Najjar and Sultan Al Kuwari-Rowad Akaram finished second in the U21 and U15 finals respectively.
Qatar men's senior team suffered a shock 2-3 defeat against Bahrain while the women also lost 3-1 against Algeria.
On Sunday, he partnered Lim Jong-hoon to success in the men’s doubles. The No.6 seeds beat the top seeds Hong Kong's Ho Kwan Kit and Wong Chun Ting 11-8, 19-17, 9-11, 11-9.
Hursey, who first picked up a bat at five, will become the youngest athlete to represent Wales at the Commonwealth Games.
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.
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