Here the rankings after the Men SP of yesterday.
Chan opened with a quad toe-triple toe combination, but he completely ran out of room at the end of the rink on the landing of the jump combination, smacked into the boards, and fell. He was able to recover well enough to land his triple axel with a slight touchdown of his hand and a solo triple lutz.
He stepped out of his opening triple flip but recovered to land a beautiful triple axel and later add a triple toe onto his solo triple lutz to complete the required elements in the short program. His step out of the flip, however, was ambiguous enough that the technical panel could have called it a single toe in combination. But the panel chose to leave it as a solo triple flip.
He achived a smooth quad toe and triple axel. But a wonky triple lutz put him on the brink of disaster, though he was able to save the landing and add a double toe to the end of the jump.
4 Yuzuru HANYU JPN
He had a fall out and a hand down on the quad toe, a beutiful 3axel, and a triple lutz-triple toe.
5 Daisuke TAKAHASHI JPN
He two-footed an underrotated quad toe and singled the second half of an intended triple lutz-triple toe combination.
6 Michal BREZINA CZE