South Korea is guaranteed a world title after Choi Jung-man and Jeong Jae-gun made it to the men's singles WH1 final ©Getty Images

Choi Jung-man and Jeong Jae-gun are set to meet in an all-South Korean final at the Para Badminton World Championships in Tokyo.

Jeong overcame home favourite Keita Nishimura 21-16, 21-8 to move within one victory of the men’s singles WH1 title in the Japanese capital.

Choi will face Jeong after defeating Malaysian Muhammad Ikhwan Ramli 21-8, 21-10 to guarantee a South Korean winner.

Kim Jung-jun could also secure gold for South Korea after advancing to the men’s singles WH2 final with a 21-11, 21-7 win over Hong Kong’s Chan Ho Yuen.

He will next meet Paralympic champion Daiki Kajiwara in a repeat of the Tokyo 2020 final following the Japanese ace’s 21-17, 21-7 triumph against Germany’s Rick Cornell Hellmann.

Malaysia’s Cheah Liek Hou and Indonesia’s Dheva Arimusthi will also go head-to-head again for the men’s singles SU5 crown after meeting at last year’s Paralympics.

Liek Hou came out on top on that occasion and will be hoping to add the world title after progressing to the final following a 21-13, 21-19 win over Indonesian Suryo Nugroho.

Anrimusthi will hope to gain revenge after beating Japan’s Taiyo Imai 21-13, 21-12 to secure a clash with Liek Hou.

Paralympic champion Daiki Kajiwara will be hoping for more Tokyo success after reaching the men’s singles WH2 final ©Getty Images
Paralympic champion Daiki Kajiwara will be hoping for more Tokyo success after reaching the men’s singles WH2 final ©Getty Images

Paralympic gold medallist Lucas Mazur of France has moved into the men’s singles SL4 final where he will face Indonesia’s Fredy Setiawan.

The men’s singles SH6 final will see England’s Jack Shephard and Hong Kong’s Chu Man Kai meet after beating Brazil’s Vitor Tavares and England’s Krysten Coombs respectively.

Japan’s Sarina Satomi is another Paralympic champion aiming for more success in Tokyo after reaching the women’s singles WH1 final.

She defeated South Korea’s Kwon Hyu-nah 21-15, 21-7 and will now tackle Hong Kong’s Cynthia Mathez who downed Austria’s Henriett Koosz 21-13, 21-8.

Turkey's Emine Seckin and Peru's Pilar Jauregui will battle it out for the women's singles WH2 gold, while Japan's Haruka Fujino and Norway's Helle Sofie Sagoey will contest the women's SL4 final.

Mamiko Toyodo beat Kaede Kameyama 21-15, 21-14 in an all-Japanese semi-final to seal a meeting with India's Manisha Ramadass, who edged Denmark’s Catherine Rosengren 21-19, 17-21, 21-17 in the other last four clash in the women's singles SU5.

The women's singles SL3 final will see Ukraine's Oksana Kozyna tackle Turkey’s Halime Yildiz, while Indonesia’s Rina Marlina will go up against Peru’s Giuliana Poveda Flores in the women’s singles SH6 showdown.