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    The winner is the one who doesn't lose

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    Ma Long vs Fan Zhendong (history of confrontation) a tag, dedicated to the confrontation of the greatest players of the early 20th century. The tag will contain the history of the confrontation and video matches of these opponents.
    We present a brief history of the confrontation between these greatest athletes of our sport, which began in 2013. The cut shows the best draws from the many games of these fantastic players from various tournaments from different youtube channels.
    Summary about the opponents:
    Ma Long (Chinese: 马龙; simplified Chinese: 马龙; traditional Chinese: 馬龍; pinyin: Mǎ Lóng; born 20 October 1988) is a Chinese table tennis player.[The current Olympic and World Champion, he is ranked number 3 in the world (as of March 2020) by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). He has held the ranking of number 1 for a total of 64 months (and 34 consecutive months from March 2015), the most by any male player in the history of table tennis. Ma was born in Anshan, Liaoning, China. He won a record 5 straight ITTF World Tour tournaments in a row, including a streak of 35 sets, and a record total of 28 ITTF World Tour titles. Since 2014, he has been the captain of the Chinese National Table Tennis Men's Team.
    Fan Zhendong (Chinese: 樊振东; pinyin: Fán Zhèndōng; born 22 January 1997) is a Chinese professional table tennis player who is currently ranked world No. 1 for men's singles by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). After joining the Chinese National Table Tennis Team in 2012 as the youngest member of the team, he went on to become the youngest ITTF World Tour Champion and the youngest World Table Tennis Champion. He achieved the top spot in the world rankings after holding position No. 2 for 29 consecutive months, starting from November 2015.

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