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Template:Current ITTF Men’s World Ranking
|ITTF Men’s World Ranking, as of 31 August 2021|
|1||Fan Zhendong ( CHN )||13,232|
|2||Ma long ( CHN )||12,212|
|3||Xu Xin ( CHN )||10,356|
|Full Name||Timo Boll|
|Profession||Professional Table Tennis Player|
|World’s Richest Tennis player||#2|
|Highest Ranking||#1 (2003, 2011, 2018)|
The advantage of the traditional Chinese penhold grip is that it allows free movement of the wrist, much more than shakehand grips do. … Players who use this grip often prefer to stick closer to the table, pushing or blocking with a backhand and attacking with forehand strokes, either through drive or topspin or looping.
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Three-times Olympic gold medalist and eleven-times World Champion, Ma Long has a net worth of $20 million. Famous with “The Dictator” and “The Dragon,” Long has an aggressive playing style. Similarly, Ma Long was born on 20 October 1988 in Anshan, Liaoning, China.
Grip for serve
The main source of spin is your wrist. So you should hold your racket loosely, to freely “accelerate” into the ball by using the wrist. That’s why Ma Long holds the racket loosely, mainly at the handle edge. So he can impact a lot of spin with the quick acceleration from the wrist.