China's world number one Fan Zhendong won a fifth World Table Tennis Championships in Houston ©Getty Images

China's world number one Fan Zhendong delivered a sweep in the men's singles final to clinch his fifth title, while compatriot world number four Wang Manyu delivered a shock in the women's singles final on the last day of World Table Tennis Championships in Houston.

He once again established himself as the sheriff on the circuit with a win in Texas, dropping just four games throughout the tournament, ending with a showdown against plucky underdog, Swedish 19-year-old and world number 77 Truls Möregårdh at the George R. Brown Convention Center

Möregårdh knocked out world number 25 Chuang Chih-Yuan of Chinese Taipei in the second round, world number 14 German Patrick Franziska in the third round, Nigerian world number 17 Quadri Aruna in the quarter-finals and Germany's world number 11 Timo Boll in the semi-finals.

But the kid was not lucky against Fan, who easily defeated the teenager 11-6, 11-9, 11-7, 11-8.

Liang Jingkun of China and Boll claimed the bronze medals.

Wang Manyu claimed the women's title in a final against her doubles partner Sun Yingsha ©Getty Images
Wang Manyu claimed the women's title in a final against her doubles partner Sun Yingsha ©Getty Images

In an all-Chinese final, Wang upset world number two Sun Yingsha to win her first women's singles title 

Wang faced her compatriots from the quarter-finals onwards, beating world number seven Chen Xingtong in straight games, before winning a seven-game thriller against world number one Chen Meng in the semi-finals.

Sun had only dropped three games throughout the tournament, but could not win her first world gold.

After dropping a long first game, Wang won the last two - including a lengthy sixth game - to claim the women's crown 11-13, 11-7, 6-11, 11-6, 11-8, 17-15.

Chen Meng and Wang Yidi of China were the bronze medallists.

It was not all heartbreak for Sun, who added her second gold medal of the Championships with Wang in the women's doubles final earlier in the day.

The pair teamed up before their singles clash in the evening to beat Japan's Hina Hayata and Mima Ito in straight games 11-9, 11-7, 11-8.

Sun won the mixed doubles title with Wang Chuqin yesterday.

Chen Meng and Qian Tianyi of China and the team of Ni Xialian and Sarah de Nutte of Luxembourg won the the bronze medals. 

Finally in the men's doubles final, Swedish duo Kristian Karlsson and Mattias Falck won in four long games against South Koreans Jang Woo-jin and Lim Jong-hoon 11-8, 15-13, 11-13, 12-10.

Bronze medals went to Chinese pair Liang and Lin Gaoyuan, as well as Yukiya Uda and Shunsuke Togami of Japan.