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Opponents are usually caught off guard when he suddenly loops with his backhand, which he can do near the table or away from it.Compared to when he was younger, he is much more confident using his backhand to attack and defend.Before turning 22, he had great success in singles, reaching the finals of 11 ITTF World Tour tournaments (winning 8).He won the Asian Cup and World Tour Grand Finals twice, and also made it to the final round of the Asian Championships two times (losing to Wang Hao in 2007 and winning in 2009).Ma is also the most prominent employer of the chop block on the Chinese National Team, which he uses to cross up his opponents.Initially used when he was out of position or to counter slow loops with heavy side spin, he now uses it as a tactic in games, adding another weapon he can confuse opponents with.In November, he reached the final of the All China Championships, but was defeated by Fan, 4–2, again ending the year on a sour note. He won the Kuwait Open, beating Xu Xin 4–1 in the final, and then the German Open, getting revenge on Zhang Jike in an intense final after being down 3–1.But his biggest win came at the 2015 WTTC, where he did not drop more than one set until the final where he defeated tournament sensation Fang Bo in six games.
Players were selected based on the ITTF World Rankings.
After winning both the Asian and World Junior Championships, Ma became the youngest world champion at 17 years old after he participated in the 2006 Bremen World Team Championship.
Ma developed his foundations under the tutelage of Wang Hao and former Chinese National Team coach Ma Kai Xuan before studying under Qin Zhi Jian.
He still plays a forehand-oriented style, but his backhand has become more consistent and stable as his career has progressed.
Ma uses his backhand mainly to aggressively block and drive, but will occasionally loop himself.