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Xu Xin

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Birth Date
Jan. 8, 1990 (age 29)
Gender
Male
Grip
Penhold
Teams
Chinese National Team
,
Shanghai
Country
China

Equipment

Forehand Rubber:
DHS NEO Skyline 3 TG3
Backhand Rubber:
STIGA Calibra LT
Blade:
STIGA Intensity NCT

Top Achievements

2013 World Cup Men Singles Champion
2013 World Tour Grand Finals Champion
2012 World Tour Grand Finals Champion

Xu Xin News Feed

  • Xu Xin: The Best Player For The Olympic Team Competition  - RedGol

    Xu Xin: The Best Player For The Olympic Team Competition

    As one of the few players right now who are using the penhold style and doing well with it, Xu Xin holds a special feature against other players. This is also the very reason why he was chosen to be the Olympic third person of the Chinese Team. In addition to that, Liu Guoliang explains further why they were able to come up with such decision considering that Xu Xin was higher in the rankings than Zhang Jike. 

  • Xu Xin Accepts Olympic Position - RedGol

    Xu Xin Accepts Olympic Position

    The lineup of the Chinese Team for the Olympic Games is one of the most anticipated things in table tennis. Just before this weekend, the ITTF released a post that made the lineup of the Chinese Team much clearer. It says that Xu Xin is already out from the Singles competition. After the announcement, Xu Xin remained positive and also posted his reaction to the announcement. 

  • Zhang Jike Got Wang Hao’s Support (Videos)  - RedGol

    Zhang Jike Got Wang Hao’s Support (Videos)

    The former member of the Chinese National Team, a world champion and three-time Olympic finalist, Wang Hao, is still concerned with the National Team especially that the Olympic Games is coming nearer. For him, both Zhang Jike and Xu Xin are fighting very closely for the slot in the Singles but one person just has a little bit of advantage over the other. 

  • Japan & Korea Open Crucial For Chinese Players (Video) - RedGol

    Japan & Korea Open Crucial For Chinese Players (Video)

    The long wait was over after the Chinese Team revealed their lineup for the Olympic Games this week. The players included in the list were not unexpected but their roles in the competition is yet to be identified. According to an official of the Chinese Team, they will be deciding after the Japan and Korea Open which will be a crucial factor in making their decision. 

  • China Announced Olympic Lineup - RedGol

    China Announced Olympic Lineup

    The Chinese Team has revealed their cards yesterday and they will be having their best players in the upcoming Olympic Games. Big names like Zhang Jike, Xu Xin, Ding Ning and Liu Shiwen were all included in the lineup for Rio. Even their young players like Fan Zhendong and Zhu Yuling were also in the lineup. 

  • Xu Xin In A Long Relationship (Video)  - RedGol

    Xu Xin In A Long Relationship (Video)

    Chinese players have been very discreet when it comes to their personal lives, either because they are too focused on their craft or they simply doesn’t have time to unwind. However, one of their core members is doing fine in his personal life. Just recently, Chinese media showed a photo that proved Xu Xin is also happy even outside his athletic life. 

  • Xu Xin Disappoints Liu Guoliang In The Olympic Qualifier - RedGol

    Xu Xin Disappoints Liu Guoliang In The Olympic Qualifier

    As one of the core members of the Chinese Men’s Team, Xu Xin is running for his qualification for the Olympic Games and eventually he played in the Olympic Qualifier. However, he was not so successful in the competition after losing to a foreigner. According to the head coach, that shouldn’t have happened and because of that, it may affect his Olympic qualification.  

  • Xu Xin: No Problem In The Olympics  - RedGol

    Xu Xin: No Problem In The Olympics

    The Olympic lineup of the Chinese Team is not as easy to complete compared to other teams considering the large number of strong talents in their team. Xu Xin, luckily for him is one of the contenders but there is still no assurance as to his position. According to him, any position will do because he will still be able to contribute to the Chinese Team. 

  • Timo Boll: Zhang Jike A Big Question In The Olympics - RedGol

    Timo Boll: Zhang Jike A Big Question In The Olympics

    The Chinese Team is the team to beat in the Olympic Games and right now, the team hasn’t finalised their lineup yet. Although Ma Long is already reported, the team still needs two more players. With this, Timo Boll, the German table tennis superstar seemed to be interested in who will complete the lineup. 

  • Xu Xin: I Had Better Condition Than Zhang Jike (Videos) - RedGol

    Xu Xin: I Had Better Condition Than Zhang Jike (Videos)

    Last Saturday, Xu Xin stood victorious in the Asian Cup after winning the Men’s Singles title. In the finals, he met and overcame the Grand Slam champion and compatriot Zhang Jike in a 6-game match. It was a successful defence for Xu Xin who also won last year. In his interview, he said that his condition was the key to his victory. 

  • Xu Xin: My Condition Is Not Really Good (Video) - RedGol

    Xu Xin: My Condition Is Not Really Good (Video)

    As the defending champion in this week’s Asian Cup, Xu Xin is one of the favourites to win the title. However, recently, the Chinese player suffered from injury which even affected his performance in the Asian Olympic Qualifier. In his interview in the competition, he also admitted that his condition is not that good recently. 

  • Xu Xin Needs Redemption In The Asian Cup - RedGol

    Xu Xin Needs Redemption In The Asian Cup

    As one of the strong players of the Chinese National Team, Xu Xin fights for his Olympic Singles qualification. In fact, Xu Xin is very much qualified with a good record against foreign opponents. However, in this critical stage, Xu Xin faltered against Chuang Chih Yuan in the Asian Olympic Qualifier. This somehow affects his qualification. 

  • Liu Guoliang Explains Asian Cup Lineup - RedGol

    Liu Guoliang Explains Asian Cup Lineup

    Zhang Jike and Xu Xin will be the delegates of the Chinese Men’s Team for the upcoming Asian Cup in Dubai. Noticeably, Ma Long’s name is not included in the lineup and Liu Guoliang defended his absence. Liu Guoliang hopes that the young Grand Slam champion will be able to find his momentum and confidence while Xu Xin needs more exercise. 

  • Xu Xin Relaxed In The Olympic Qualifier (Video) - RedGol

    Xu Xin Relaxed In The Olympic Qualifier (Video)

    Xu Xin was part of the Chinese Men’s Team in the Asian Olympic Qualifier. He had a good start winning against Lee Sangsu but he was not able to go further after he was blocked in the semifinals by the veteran Chuang Chih Yuan. In an interview, Xu Xin knew the importance of the qualifier but he also knows that even if he loses it, he still has a chance to be in Rio Olympics. 

  • Ma Long Defeats Zhang Jike In The Olympic Qualifier Semifinals - RedGol

    Ma Long Defeats Zhang Jike In The Olympic Qualifier Semifinals

    The Chinese Team came in full force for the Asian Olympic Qualifier this week in Hong Kong but as the competition progressed, some of their members faced difficulties and defeat. After Liu Shiwen, Ding Ning, Xu Xin and Zhu Yuling followed. Meanwhile, Zhang Jike and Ma Long will face each other in the semifinals. Mima Ito and Doo Hoi Kem are also making their presence felt in the competition. 

  • China Decided Their Lineup For The Asian Olympic Qualifiers - RedGol

    China Decided Their Lineup For The Asian Olympic Qualifiers

    The Chinese National Team has officially narrowed their selection for their Olympic lineup after they announced their players for the Asian Olympic Qualifiers. Of course, the top players from the men’s and women’s divisions are all present. This year’s Olympic qualifier is different as the players for the Singles will be the ones who are required to participate in it. 

  • Xu Xin Expected To Rise After The World Championships (Video) - RedGol

    Xu Xin Expected To Rise After The World Championships (Video)

    Xu Xin is one of the talented players the Chinese Team has. Through the years, the coaching staff saw his steady growth. However, when compared to his other teammates, he can be overshadowed and Liu Guoliang doesn’t want that. He want Xu Xin to raise his own level and be able to strengthen the three pillars of the Chinese Team. 

  • Xu Xin Proved Himself In The World Championships (Videos) - RedGol

    Xu Xin Proved Himself In The World Championships (Videos)

    The Chinese Men’s Team was powerful in the World Team Championships and one of the contributors to such power was Xu Xin. In this year’s competition, Xu Xin had bigger responsibilities especially in the crucial parts of the tournament. Although there was pressure, Xu Xin was able to deliver good results and Liu Guoliang saw the improvements from the player.  

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