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      Ma Long & Xu Xin Exhibition 2013!

      As Ma Long and Xu Xin qualified for the WTTC through the China Trials, Liu Guoliang arranged the two boys to take part in an exhibition. The Chinese National Team players took part in an exhibition displaying all kinds of exceptional skills and tricks in the Zhenjiang Dagang Sports Stadium!

      Check out more pictures, gifs and videos here from the exhibition.



      Check out the video below between Ma Long and Xu Xin, where they use every shot in the book including back shots, swapping hands and more!



      Zhang Jike also did some tricks with Xu Xin which you can see in a gif below:


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      * The important thing is Concentration, Focus on the ball and when the ball approaching from you by 5 cm start to control on it and do what u want.

      - Don't be nerves.
      - When you Making a topspin get back to right position to prepare to the next ball.


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