Top seed Alessio Foconi of Italy will go up against Cedrik Serri in the last-64 of the International Fencing Federation (FIE) Men's Foil World Cup after the Slovakian came through the elimination rounds in Bonn.
Serri followed up a 15-8 win over Britain's William Lonsdale by beating American Miles Chamley-Watson 15-9 and home athlete Luis Klein 15-10 at the Ville de Bonn.
It sets up a meeting with Foconi, the 2018 world champion, tomorrow.
Second seed Race Imboden of the US has also learned who his last-64 opponent will be, with Hungary's Daniel Dosa earning the right to face him.
Dosa defeated Sweden's Svante Dahlin 15-6 before overcoming Japan's Toshiya Saito 15-11 and Britain's James-Andrew Davis 15-12.
Individual competition will conclude tomorrow.
It will be followed by the team competition on Sunday (November 10).
The event in Bonn is the first men's FIE World Cup of the season.