France's Rio 2016 Paralympic Games champion Fabien Lamirault, winner of the class 2 men's singles at the Para European Table Tennis Championships in Sweden, completed a golden double, as he and partner Stephane Molliens won the team title with a 2-0 win over Serbia.
Poland's pairing of Rafal Czuper and Tomasz Jakimczuk, who defeated the class 1-2 second seeds Rasul Nazirov and Dimitry Lavrov of Russia 2-0 on the first day of team competition at the Para European Table Tennis Championships in Sweden, have reached tomorrow’s semi-finals, where they play Serbia.
The first of three concluding days of team competition at the European Para Table Tennis Championships took place at the Helsingborg Arena in Sweden, following the end of individual matches.
Fabien Lamirault of France recovered from a faltering start at the Para European Table Tennis Championships in Sweden to claim the class 2 title – and the Tokyo 2020 place on offer to all gold medallists.
Day two of the Para European Table Tennis Championships in Sweden produced varying fortunes for Britain as two of their global champions were defeated, but David Wetherill beat Spain's top seed and defending champion in class 6.
A total of 312 players have assembled in Helsingborg in Sweden to contest the European Para Table Tennis Championships that start tomorrow – with a place in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics on offer to men's and women's champions.