What are some nice table tennis matches in history?

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Since the overthrow of the Swedish dynasty by Men's Table Tennis, they are ranked in no particular order in chronological order.

95 World Table Tennis Championships, team finals, China VS Sweden, the audience. Highlights: The salvation of a generation of national football, the starting point of a new era.

As an athlete, you must defeat the Swedish team yourself (the national football team can have a tenth of the national table tennis ambition):

In the 95th World Table Tennis Championships, the quarter-finals, Liu Guoliang vs. Waldner. Highlights: Liu Wa's most classic battle.

97 World Table Tennis Championships, team finals, China vs France, Liu Guoliang vs Sheila. Highlights: Second-rate players are possessed by God, XJBD can actually win Liu Guoliang. . .

97 World Table Tennis Championships, team finals, China vs France, Liu Guoliang vs. Gaiting. Highlights: The fastest straight board vs the fastest horizontal board, the battle of electric light and flint.

97 World Table Tennis Championships, men's doubles final, Liu Guoliang/Kong Linghui vs Waldner/Persson. Highlights: Luxurious lineup, classic game.

97 World Table Tennis Championships, semi-finals, Waldner vs. Yan Sen. Highlights: The most tragic fancy sling in the semifinals of the World Series.

99 World Table Tennis Championships, semi-finals, Marlene vs Waldner. Highlights: The old driver overturned in front of the new driver.

The 99th World Table Tennis Championships, finals, Liu Guoliang vs Ma Lin. Highlights: The ultimate battle of traditional candy bars.

2000 Team World Table Tennis Championships, finals, China vs Sweden. Highlights: The audience is thrilling, the most brilliant curtain call of the Swedish dynasty.

2000 Olympic Games, doubles final, Wang Liqin/Yan Sen vs Liu Guoliang/Kong Linghui. What to watch: The best doubles match.

2000 Olympic Games, finals, Kong Linghui vs Waldner. Highlights: The highest stage, the greatest pressure, the highest level of performance. In the previous Olympic finals, the only famous game in technical and tactics. The last game of the small ball era.

In the 2001 World Table Tennis Championships, team semifinals, Liu Guozheng vs. Kim Taek-soo. Highlights: Needless to say, the Chinese know it.

03 World Table Tennis Championships, quarter-finals, Schrager vs. Wang Liqin. What to watch: The game has just begun when the defending champion has four match points in his hands.

03 World Table Tennis Championships, semi-finals, Schrager vs Kong Linghui. Highlights: The Battle of the Peak of the Wild Ball Emperor, the curtain call performance of the Ping Pong Prince World Championship.

04 Team World Table Tennis Championships, China vs Austria, Marlene vs Schrager. Highlights: The most classic first three board duel of the unobstructed era.

04 Olympics, round of 16, Waldner VS Marlene. Highlights: A real old driver teaches half an old driver how to drive.

05 World Table Tennis Championships, the top sixteen, Liu Guozheng vs. Boll. Aspect: Who can reverse, only our country is right.

05 single World Table Tennis Championships, quarter-finals, Hao Shuai vs. Metz, highlight: putting high ball can also release a sky.

07 World Table Tennis Championships, semi-finals, Wang Liqin vs Liu Seungmin. Highlights: The two strongest forehands in history are the ultimate confrontation in the peak state.

07 World Table Tennis Championships, finals, Wang Liqin vs Ma Lin. Highlights: Super big reversal, the most classic battle of Dali's career.

In 10 years, through the first stage of the Moscow trial, the final, Xu Xin vs. Hao Shuai. Highlights: Xu Xin fights for youth, you fight for life (original words instructed by Xiao).

10 years, go straight to Moscow, the second stage, semi-finals, Malone vs. Hao Shuai. Highlights: The classic battle of Chinese dexterity, Moscow does not believe in tears.

In 10 years, through the second stage of the Moscow trial, the final, Zhang Jike vs. Malone. Highlights: Zhang Jike strangled the throat of fate, the starting point of the road to the Grand Slam.

In 10 years, through the third stage of the Moscow trial, semi-finals, Ma Long vs. Hao Shuai. Highlights: Hao Shuai, who fought with the new and old three swordsmen in a row, and fought with fate to the last moment, the last singing of the swan. After all, fate cannot favor two people at the same time.

In fact, in terms of competitions, the direct Moscow trial can be regarded as the most classic table tennis competition since the TV broadcast. It is almost classic. Zhang Jike and Malong Hao Shuai are the main line of the narrative, which does not mean that other competitions are not classic.

2010 Team World Table Tennis Championships, finals, China vs Germany, the audience. Highlights: No urine points throughout, 01 the most exciting team game after the Sino-Korean war.

12 Olympic Games, quarter-finals, Samsonov vs Zhang Jike. Highlights: After the National Ping Pong 04 Olympic Games, the closest to losing the Olympic Games, Lao Sa was the last to burn.

In the 13th World Table Tennis Championships, semi-finals, Wang Hao vs. Malone. Highlights: The only time Hao Ye played like a candy bar.

In the 13th National Games, the final, Ma Long vs. Fan Zhendong. Highlights: The most spectacular game in history, the Dragons’ redemption battle.

14 World Cup, finals, Zhang Jike vs Malone. Highlights: Before the injury worsened, Zhang Jike vs. Malone was basically completely body. The real Kelon peak matchup.

In the 17th World Table Tennis Championships, the top sixteen, Xu Xin vs. Lin Gaoyuan. Highlights: The first season with lofty, classic, five match points.

17 World Table Tennis Championships, finals, Ma Long vs. Fan Zhendong. Aspect: perfect table tennis game.

17 World Cup, quarter-finals, Boll vs Lin Gaoyuan. Highlights: There is a high-end, classic second season, seven match points.

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