1 hour and 38 minutes!This table tennis game set a new world record

1 hour and 38 minutes!This table tennis game set a new world record
In the ITTF Oman Challenge just ended, Japanese player Hitomi Sato reversed his teammate Mito 4-2 to win the championship.The game took 1 hour and 38 minutes, setting a world record for the longest time spent in modern professional table tennis.Hitomi Sato won after a fierce battle.Video screenshots Because the front-line main teams of China and Japan just finished the Qatar Open last week, there are not many high-ranked players participating in this week’s Oman Challenge.From tomorrow to the end of April, affected by the epidemic, ITTF will no longer arrange any events, and the Oman Challenge will also be the last stop before the offseason.In the women’s singles finals just ended, Hitomi Sato, the Japanese chopper, chased 4 innings 17-17, 11-9, 11-8, 11-9 after losing two innings 14-16, 12-14.4-2 reversal opponent Kato Miyu won the championship.Although this is a low-level final, the 1 hour and 38 minute game time has set a record for the longest time spent in modern professional table tennis games.The previous world record was set at the 2017 Austrian Open. Luxembourg veteran Ni Xialian defeated Japanese chopper Hashimoto Suihua 4-3 in 1 hour, 33 minutes and 42 seconds.In the previous world record, Hitomi Sato was still involved.In the 2017 Qatar Open, the game between Hitomi Sato and Li Jie took 1 hour and 30 minutes.That game, replacing the choppers together created the longest round in ITTF history.In 10 minutes and 13 seconds, Hitomi Sato and Li Jie played a total of 766 rounds.Sauna, Night Net Editor Sun Haiguang Zhang Yunfeng proofread Liu Yue