Tie Yana of Hong Kong made up for her loss in the team competition as she reached two finals in the individual events in the table tennis in Doha. Having led the women's doubles into the final in the morning, she continued her winning streak by storming into the final of the singles with a convincing 4-3 victory over Wang Nan of China at Al-Arabi Sports Club. 'It is compensation for our defeat to Singapore in the team quarter-finals,' said Tie, Hong Kong's number one. 'I lost two points to the Singaporeans and I feel sorry about that because the team event is one of our medal hopes. 'Against Wang Nan in the singles, I have nothing to lose as she is a top-class player and former Olympic champion. The pressure is always on her and not me.' In the other semi-final, Guo Yue of China trounced Li Jia Wei of Singapore 4-1 to set up another showdown with Tie. The duo met in the world team championships final in Bremen in May, and Tie was the only player who was able to win a match against the eventual champions China when she defeated Guo in a match of the best-of-five final. Tie was the nemesis for Wang yesterday as she and Zhang, seeded second in the doubles, also defeated Wang and Chen Qing of China 4-2 in the semi-finals. In the men's doubles, Athens silver medallists Li Ching and Ko Lai-chak also made it into the final with an upset 4-2 win over Ma Long and Wang Hao, the second seeds from China. But Li had to settle for a bronze medal when he lost to Ma Lin of China in the singles semi-finals, going down 4-1 to the world number two.