Ma Long

Born: 20/10/1988
Height: 175 cm
Nationality: Chinese
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 1 (December 2017)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT MA LONG

Ma Long (Chinese: 马龙) was born 20 October, 1988 in Anshan city, China. He started to play table tennis at the age of 5. Nicknamed, The Dragon – Ma Long is widely considered as the greatest table tennis player of all time.
He is a 12-time World champion – 7 times in team event, 3 consecutive times in singles (2015, 2017 & 2019) and twice in doubles event. Ma Long is a 4-time Olympic champion – twice in singles & team events. He has won 7 World Tour Finals titles – 6 in singles and one in doubles event. In the World Cups – Ma Long has been the title winner 9 times – 7 times in team and twice in singles event. On the professional circuit, he has won 28 titles in singles and 21 title in doubles event. On the club level, Ma Long has won 5 Chinese Super League titles.

OLYMPIC GAMES

2012 London (Team)
2016 Rio de Janeiro (Singles & Team)
2020 Tokyo (Singles)

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

2006 Bremen (Team)
2008 Guangzhou (Team)
2009 Yokohama (Doubles) (Singles)
2010 Moscow (Team)
2011 Rotterdam (Doubles) (Singles)
2012 Dortmund (Team)
2013 Paris (Singles)
2014 Tokyo (Team)
2015 Suzhou (Singles)
2016 Kuala Lumpur (Team)
2017 Düsseldorf (Singles)
2018 Halmstad (Team)
2019 Budapest (Singles & Doubles)

WORLD CUP

2008 Liege (Singles)
2009 Linz (Team) Moscow (Singles)
2010 Dubai (Team)
2011 Magdeburg (Team)
2012 Liverpool (Singles)
2013 Guangzhou (Team)
2014 Düsseldorf (Singles)
2015 Halmstad (Singles) Dubai (Team)
2017 Liege (Singles)
2018 London (Team)
2019 Tokyo (Team)
2020 Weihai (Singles)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

2006 Hong Kong (Doubles)
2007 Beijing (Singles & Doubles)
2008 Macau (Singles)
2009 Macau (Singles)
2011 London (Singles) (Doubles)
2013 Dubai (Singles)
2015 Lisbon (Singles)
2016 Doha (Singles)
2019 Zhengzhou (Singles)
2020 Zhengzhou (Singles)

ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

2005 Jeju-do (Team) (Mixed Doubles)
2007 Yangzhou (Team & Doubles) (Singles)
2009 Lucknow (Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles & Team)
2011 Macau (Singles & Team) (Doubles)
2013 Busan (Singles & Team) (Doubles)
2015 Pattaya (Team)
2017 Wuxi (Team)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

2005 German Open Japan Open China Open
2006 Singapore Open
2007 Swedish Open German Open French Open Japan Open Kuwait Open Croatia Open
2008 Singapore Open Korea Open Japan Open China Open Kuwait Open
2009 English Open China Open Kuwait Open Danish Open
2010 German Open Kuwait Open Qatar Open
2011 Swedish Open Austrian Open China Open (Suzhou) China Open (Shenzen) UAE Open Qatar Open
2012 China Open Slovenia Open Hungarian Open
2013 UAE Open China Open (Suzhou) China Open (Changchun) Korea Open Qatar Open Kuwait Open
2014 China Open
2015 German Open China Open Kuwait Open
2016 China Open Japan Open Korea Open Qatar Open Kuwait Open German Open
2017 Japan Open Qatar Open
2018 China Open German Open
2019 China Open Qatar Open Korea Open Australian Open
2020 German Open
2022 WTT Singapore Smash

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

2005 China Open (Shenzen) China Open (Harbin)
2006 Singapore Open China Open Croatia Open Slovenia Open
2007 Swedish Open German Open China Open Kuwait Open Qatar Open
2008 China Open Korea Open Qatar Open
2009 English Open China Open Qatar Open Kuwait Open Danish Open
2010 German Open Kuwait Open
2011 Austrian Open China Open (Suzhou) China Open (Shenzen) UAE Open Qatar Open
2012 China Open Korea Open Slovenia Open
2013 China Open (Suzhou) China Open (Changchun) Korea Open Qatar Open Kuwait Open
2014 China Open
2015 China Open Japan Open Kuwait Open
2016 China Open Japan Open Korea Open Kuwait Open
2017 Japan Open
2018 German Open
2019 German Open Australian Open
2020 German Open Qatar Open

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

2004 China 1st (Shaanxi Yinhe Guoliang TTC)
2007 China 1st (Sichuan Changhong TTC)
2008 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2009 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2012 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2013 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2014 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2015 China 1st (Ningbo Haitian TTC)
2016 China 1st (Shandong Weiqiao TTC)
2019 China 1st (Shandong Luneng TTC)
2020 China 1st (Shandong Luneng TTC)
2021 China 1st (Shandong Luneng TTC)