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Cho Youngseon captures the first gold medal for Korea in Men’s Singles

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X World Games 2017 – Men’s Singles Medalists

Gold: Cho Youngseon, Korea
Silver: Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela
Bronze: Tobias Börding, Germany

Playoff Results:
Gold Medal Match: Cho Youngseon, Korea, def. Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 2-0
(226-182, 257-253)
Bronze Medal Match: Tobias Börding, Germany, def. Salvatore Polizzotto, Italy, 2-0
(201-177, 191-187)

X World Games 2017 – Round of 4

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format; winner advance to the gold medal match, loser advance to the bronze medal match.

Cho Youngseon, Korea, def. Salvatore Polizzotto, Italy, 2-1
(192-206, 253-175, 279-165)
Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, def. Tobias Börding, Germany, 2-0
(226-203, 247-209)

X World Games 2017 – Round of 8

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format

Salvatore Polizzotto, Italy, def. Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 2-1
(207-266, 201-174, 212-209)
Cho Youngseon, Korea, def. Jones Tommy, United States, 2-1
(244-247, 215-215 <10-9 in the second roll-off>, 259-156)

Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, def. Dan MacLelland, Canada, 2-1
(243-202, 234-244, 210-200)
Tobias Börding, Germany, def. Massimiliano Celli, Italy, 2-1
(190-246, 234-201, 189-169)

X World Games 2017 – Round of 16

Single-elimination, best-of-three games format

Thomas Larsen, Denmark, def Juhani Tonteri, Finland, 2-1
(255-247, 224-247 238-232)
Salvatore Polizzotto, Italy, def. Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 2-0
(193-192, 214-200)

Cho Youngseon, Korea, def. Massimiliano Fridegotto, Venezuela, 2-0
(255-192, 195-158)
Jones Tommy, United States, def. Kuek Qi En, Singapore, 2-0
(267226, 279-268)

Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, def. Shogo Wada, Japan, 2-0
(234-228, 289-214)
Dan MacLelland, Canada, def. Osku Palermaa, Finland, 2-0
(258-257, 215-214)

Tobias Börding, Germany, def. Michael Mak, Hong Kong, 2-1
(268-258, 223-229, 259-218)
Massimiliano Celli, Italy, def. Ricardo Lecuona, Mexico, 2-0
(203-180, 213-204))

Author: Herbert Bickel
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