Hassan Msaara has reached the final of the fourth and final round of this year's World Karate League, held in the Irish city of Dublin.
Msaara qualified for the finals in the -75kg weight and will fight France’s Enzo Berthon on Sunday.
He secured his place by topping his group with a victory over Dutch fighter, Sebastiaan Van Teeffellen, 8-0, followed by a draw with England’s Brandon Wilkins, 3-3.
In the quarter-finals, He defeated Italian, Joseph Rossi, 4-0, and then secured his spot in the final with a win over Belgium’s Quentin Mahoudan, 4-1.
Olympic medallist Abdulrahman Al-Masatfa has reached the bronze medal match for -67kg competition after topping his group before beating Japan’s Nakano in the last eight. But he lost his semi-final to Greece’s Dionysios to drop into the bronze medal division.
In the same weight, countryman Afif Ghaith went out at the opening stage despite winning his first match, but then losing his next two.
In the -60kg category, Abdullah Hammad lost at the quarter-finals to Greece’s Stefanos Christos, despite earlier also topping his group with a pair of wins.
Omar Shakrah won his first group fight, but then drew his second and lost his third to go out.
Still to come is Mohammad Al-Jaafari in the -86kg category.
In the previous three rounds, Jordan won six medals in Egypt, Japan, and Morocco.
Abdullah Hammad, Shakrah, Al-Masatfa, and Al-Jaafari are also in the running for the Grand Winners prize for the best karate players in the world following their previous performances this year.