Chinese Paralympic champion Feng Panfeng booked a final spot on day two of the International Table Tennis Federation Asian Para Championships in Taichung.
Feng battled through in the men's class three tournament and will now face compatriot Zhai Xiang in the final at John Paul II Stadium.
The Rio 2016 champion now knows he is one victory away from sealing a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics next year.
Another final was decided in the men's class one where South Korea's Paralympic silver medallist Joo Youngdae will meet his team-mate Kim Hyeonuk.
Cao Ningning, another Chinese Paralympic champion, reached the semi-finals of the men's class five and will now meet Indonesia's Tatok Hardiyanto.
Chinese Taipei's home hope Cheng Ming-Chih will play China's Liu Fu in the other last four clash.
Rio 2016 bronze medallist Rungroj Thainiyom of Thailand also remains on track, reaching the semi-finals of the men's class six where he will play China's Chen Chao.
North Korean Jon Ju Hyon will face China's Huang Jiaxin on the other side of the draw.
In the men's class seven, China's Paralympic bronze medallist Yan Shuo will meet Thailand's Charlermpong Punpoo in the last four with his colleague Liao Keli taking on Japan's Katsuyoshi Yagi.
There was a shock in the men's class four as Rio 2016 silver medallist Guo Xingguan lost in the last eight to Chinese team-mate Shi Yanping.
Shi will now meet Thailand’s Wanchai Chaiwut in the last four, with South Korea's Kim Younggun taking on China's Zhang Yan.
Chinese Paralympic champions are also in good positions in the women's draw.
Liu Jing is unbeaten in the class one and two round-robin, while Zhang Bian has reached the class five final where she will play Pan Jiamin.
In class eight Rio winner Mao Jingdian will take on another Chinese player in Huang Wenjuan while Paralympic champion Liu Meng will take on compatriot Xiong Guiyan in the class nine gold medal game.
Rio silver medallists Li Qian and Zhang Miao will also contest finals for China.
The class three final pits Li against South Korea's Lee Migyu while at class four Zhang will meet Chinese team-mate Zhou Ying.
An all-Chinese final at class five sees Zhang Bian take on Pan Jiamin.
In the class seven final South Korea's Paralympic bronze medallist Kim Seongok will take on China's Wang Rui while at class six the final will see another South Korean, Lee Kunwoo, take on Iraqi Najlam Al-Bayyeni.
Class 11 pits Hong Kong's Ng Mui Wui against Japan's Maki Ito while at class 10 Chinese Taipei's Tian Shiau-Wen meets China's Zhao Xiaojing.
The singles events conclude tomorrow.