China’s Ma Long took another step towards being considered the finest table tennis player in history at the weekend with another World Championship win. Photo: Xinhua China’s Ma Long took another step towards being considered the finest table tennis player in history at the weekend with another World Championship win. Photo: Xinhua
China’s Ma Long took another step towards being considered the finest table tennis player in history at the weekend with another World Championship win. Photo: Xinhua
Chan Kin-wa
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Opinion

Chan Kin-wa

Ma Long is without doubt China’s best table tennis player but the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will prove he is the best ever

  • The 30-year-old Chinese won his third consecutive men’s singles title at the World Championships in Budapest on Sunday
  • With three Olympic golds also under his belt, Ma will become the best ever if he wins again at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

China’s Ma Long took another step towards being considered the finest table tennis player in history at the weekend with another World Championship win. Photo: Xinhua China’s Ma Long took another step towards being considered the finest table tennis player in history at the weekend with another World Championship win. Photo: Xinhua
China’s Ma Long took another step towards being considered the finest table tennis player in history at the weekend with another World Championship win. Photo: Xinhua
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Chan Kin-wa

Chan Kin-wa

Kin-wa joined the Post after working for the Hong Kong Sports Development Board and the government for more than a decade. Previously, he was at the Standard for six years. Kin-wa has covered the Olympic Games twice, and three Asian Games as Post reporter.