Ma Lin

Born: 19/02/1980
Height: 173 cm
Nationality: Chinese 
Style: Right-handed, Penhold
Best WR: 1 (June 2007)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT MA LIN

Ma Lin (Chinese: 马琳) was born 19 February, 1980 in Shenyang, China. He was one of the greatest players of his generation and a former World Ranking leader. During the 2000’s, Ma Lin had a great rivalry with his fellow Chinese teammate Wang Liqin.
Ma Lin is a 3-time Olympic champion – once in singles, doubles & team event. He won the World Championships 8 times – 5 times in team, twice in mixed doubles & once in doubles event. Chinese legend has also won the World Cup 5 times and World Tour Finals 6 times. On the professional circuit, Ma Lin won 20 titles in singles and 37 titles in doubles event in his career. On the club leve, he won 7 Chinese Super League titles and one Russian Premier League title.

OLYMPIC GAMES

2004 Athens (Doubles)
2008 Beijing (Singles & Team)

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1999 Eindhoven (Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
2000 Kuala Lumpur (Team)
2001 Osaka (Team) (Singles)
2003 Paris (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
2004 Doha (Team)
2005 Shanghai (Singles) (Doubles)
2006 Bremen (Team)
2007 Zagreb (Doubles) (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
2008 Guangzhou (Team)
2009 Yokohama (Singles)
2010 Moscow (Team)
2011 Rotterdam (Doubles)

WORLD CUP

2000 Yuangzhou (Singles)
2003 Jiangyin (Singles)
2004 Hangzhou (Singles)
2005 Liege (Singles)
2006 Paris (Singles)
2007 Magdeburg (Team)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

1998 Paris (Doubles)
1999 Sydney (Doubles)
2000 Kobe (Singles & Doubles)
2001 Hainan (Singles)
2002 Stockholm (Doubles)
2003 Guangzhou (Doubles)
2004 Beijing (Doubles) (Singles)
2006 Hong Kong (Doubles) (Singles)
2007 Beijing (Singles) (Doubles)
2008 Macau (Singles)

ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1996 Kallang (Mixed Doubles) (Team) (Singles)
1998 Osaka (Doubles)
2000 Doha (Team) (Singles)
2007 Yangzhou (Team)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1996 Yugoslav Open
1997 USA Open Australian Open China Open Yugoslav Open
1998 Malaysia Open China Open Lebanon Open Italian Open
1999 Australian Open Japan Open French Open
2000 Japan Open
2001 China Open Japan Open Danish Open
2002 USA Open German Open Netherlands Open Polish Open Danish Open
2003 Korea Open China Open Japan Open German Open Danish Open
2004 Greece Open Singapore Open China Open (Wuxi) China Open (Changchun)
2005 Qatar Open
2006 Qatar Open Kuwait Open China Open Singapore Open Japan Open
2007 Slovenia Open Qatar Open Kuwait Open China Open (Nanjing) China Open (Shenzhen) French Open German Open Swedish Open
2008 Qatar Open China Open (Changchun) Japan Open Korea Open China Open
2009 Kuwait Open Qatar Open China Open English Open
2010 Kuwait Open China Open
2011 Slovenia Open English Open German Open China Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1997 Australian Open Malaysia Open Austrian Open Swedish Open
1998 Japan Open Australian Open China Open Lebanon Open Italian Open Yugoslav Open Swedish Open
1999 Japan Open French Open
2000 China Open Polish Open Swedish Open
2001 China Open Japan Open Swedish Open
2002 China Open USA Open German Open Netherlands Open Polish Open
2003 Korea Open China Open Japan Open Danish Open Swedish Open
2004 Greece Open Singapore Open China Open (Wuxi) China Open (Changchun)
2005 Qatar Open China Open
2006 Qatar Open Kuwait Open China Open (Kunshan) Singapore Open China Open (Guangzhou) Japan Open
2007 Croatia Open Japan Open China Open (Nanjing) China Open (Shenzhen) French Open German Open Swedish Open
2008 Kuwait Open Qatar Open Korea Open China Open
2009 Kuwait Open Qatar Open China Open English Open
2010 Qatar Open Kuwait Open China Open
2011 Slovenia Open English Open Qatar Open UAE Open German Open China Open (Shenzhen) China Open (Suzhou)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000 China 1st (Bayi Dashang TTC)
2001 China 1st (Bayi Dashang TTC)
2002 China 1st (Shandong Luneng TTC)
2004 China 1st (Guangdong TTC)
2005 China 1st (Shaanxi Yinhe Guoliang TTC)
2006 China 1st (Shaanxi Yinhe Guoliang TTC)
2007 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2008 China 1st (Zheshang Bank Team)
2009 China 1st (Zheshang Bank Team)
2010 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2011 China 1st (Zheshang Bank Team)
2013 Russia 1st (UMMC)