Xu Xin is an international professional Chinese table tennis player. He is ranked currently world No.03 for men’s singles. Xin reached his high-career singles ranking of world No.01 in January 2013. After, he along with Zhang Jike and Ma Long won the men’s singles team gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
His age and height
He was born on 8 January 1990. According to the date, his current age is 31 years old (2021). His height is 5 feet 11 inches or 1.81m.
Xin’s Salary and Net worth
He earns a basic salary of £10,000 per week and £520,000 per year. Xin is an international Chinese table tennis player who has a net worth of £1,190,280.
His wife or girlfriend
He is married to his table tennis girlfriend Yao Yan. The couple got married in 2016. They welcomed their first son in September 2019. His father’s name is Xu Haiping.
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Xi Xin table tennis ranking, family, equipment, biography, career, and more
|Ma 's Table Tennis ranking family, net worth and more|
|His height, weight, biography, tennis career details|
|Full or real name||Xu Xin|
|Profession||Table tennis player|
|Height in cm and meter||181cm or 1.81m|
|Height in feet inches||5 feet 11 inches|
|weight in Kg||75 kg|
|weight in ibs||165 Ibs|
|Hair style||Small hair|
|Date of Birth||1990-01-08 00:00:00|
|Age||[showcurrentage month="January" day="08" year="1990" template="9"]|
|Birth place||Xuzhou, Jiangsu, China|
|High School||Not known|
|College/University||Shanghai Jiao Tong University|
|His table Tennis career, Equipment, Grand Slam and details|
|Plays||left-handed, penhold grip|
|National team||chinese team|
|Equipment||Stiga Dynasty Carbon, TG2 Skyline Blue (FH, black), DHS NEO Hurricane 3 custom sponge (BH, red)|
|Highest Ranking||No.-1 (December 2019)|
|Current Ranking||No.03 (August 2021)|
|Club name||Shanghai Zhongxing|
|Olympic Games||1st - 2, 2nd - 2, 3rd - 0|
|World Championships||1st - 10, 2nd - 1, 3rd - 2|
|World Cup||1st - 7, 2nd - 1, 3rd - 0|
|Total Win||19, 3, 2|
|Representing||People's Republic of China|
|Mixed Doubles||2020 Tokyo|
|Olympic Games team||2020 Tokyo, and Rio de Janeiro 2016|
|His father, mother, salary, wife, family, net worth and more|
|Salary||£10,000 per week|
|Father Name||Xu Haiping|
|Mother Name||Luo Yonghong|
|Wife||player Yao Yan (Table tennis player)|
|Children||one child named: Xu Shenzhi|
|Girlfriend name||Yao Yan|
|Hobbies||Swimming, video games and playing tennis|
|Does he like smoke||N/A|
|favorite animals||Dog, and Cat|
|Favorite food||Chicken Fry|
|Favorite player||Roger Federer|
Xi Xin table tennis career and news
Xu Xin is one of the few pen-hold grip players in China, specifically among the younger generation who are shaken and players.
Xu Xin defended his tour by beating world No. 1 ranked Ma Long in the finals of the ITTF World Tour 2013 Grand Finals held in Dubai, in January 2014.
After, he was believed not good enough to be entered into the singles event of the Rio Summer Olympics 2016. Xin had a disappointing German Open in late 2017, where his doubles career Xin and his partner Fan Zhendong were knocked out in the Round of 16, then lost in the Quarterfinals to Lee Sangsu 4–0 in the singles occasion.
Then, in 2018, Xin was a part of the winning team China at the World Team Table Tennis Championships 2018 in his tenth arrival at the World Championships. Xu received the final point for China during the final, beating Patrick Franziska 3–1 for the China team to claim the tour with a 3–0 victory over the German team.
At the Japan Open 2019, Xu became the 2nd person in table tennis history to realize a coveted “triple crown”, the first being Jang Woojin at the Korea Open 2018.
His latest career news
After then in 2021, he reached the finals of the 2nd leg of the Chinese Olympic 2021 Scrimmage, where Xu lost 4-3 to Fan Zhendong despite holding an 8-4 and 3-1 lead.
He played against Patrick Franziska at the Singapore Smash 2022 in March 2022 and the match highlights here you may watch.
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