Back problems troubled Boll during the first half of 2004. These problems handicapped his preparation for the 2004 Summer Olympics , in which he was outclassed in the quarterfinal by Jan-Ove Waldner . After a period marked by public criticism, Timo Boll registered tournament victories in Poland, Austria, and Germany. He also reached the semifinal of the Pro Tour in Peking, where he was edged out 3–4 in games by Ma Lin . Early in the 2005 season, Boll's back problems struck again; nevertheless, he won the silver medal in doubles with Christian Süß at the World Championship. After correcting, in favour of his opponent, a referee's incorrect decision in the singles round of sixteen (in which he was defeated), he received the Fair Play Award from the ITTF . The year ended well as he won the Champions League with TTV RE-BAU Gönnern ( de ) , and the world cup tournament in Liège in Belgium, in which he defeated all three Chinese first-class players. In 2007, he won the European Championship in singles, doubles, and in the team competition.
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