Chinese paddler Wang Hao beats his compatriot Ma Long 4-2 at WTTC in Rotterdam (18)

09:12, May 16, 2011      

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Ma Long of China reacts during the semifinal of men's singles against his compatriot Wang Hao at the World Table Tennis Championships (WTTC) at Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands, May 15, 2011. Ma Long lost 2-4. (Xinhua/Wang Lili)


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