Georgina Pota of Hungary completed a sublime gold medal double today in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Belgium Open as she claimed the women's singles and doubles titles at the Sport- en recreatiecentrum Haneveld in De Haan.
In her first final of the day Pota, alongside Russian partner Yulia Prokhorova, defeated Japanese duo Marina Matsuzawa and Mariko Takahashi in the women's doubles final.
The match was a five game thriller with Pota and Prokhorova coming from 2-1 down to claim victory.
The Europeans won the first 11-9 before the Japanese pair responded to take the next two 11-8, 11-9 to move into the lead.
The turnaround sparked Pota and Prokhorova into action as they went on to comfortably win the fourth and decisive fifth game, 11-5, 11-5.
Pota's dominant day then continued as the Hungarian went on to beat another Japanese player in the women's singles final.
She saw off the challenge of Yui Hamamoto 11-9, 12-14, 11-9, 11-7, 11-9 to record a fine double.
In the men's singles, India's Sathiyan Gnanasekaran overcame a partisan crowd to beat home favourite Cedric Nuytinck.
Nuytinck had already defeated top seed Omar Assar of Egypt earlier in the week but Gnanasekaran proved to be too good, and silenced the home crowd as he cruised to a 15-13, 11-6, 11-2, 17-15 win.
The Russian pairing of Mikhail Paikov and Alexey Liventsov have looked in unbeatable form in De Haan and came through the men's doubles event without dropping a game across their four matches.
They once again made light work of their opponents in the final, beating Hungarian duo Adam Szudi and Tamas Lakatos 11-4, 11-7, 11-8.
Sitting seventh in the ITTF World Tour men’s doubles standings and having competed in five World Tour competitions as a pair, Paikov and Liventsov can now expect an invitation to the 2016 World Tour Grand Finals in Doha in Qatar.