|Russia Premier League||10/14 07:29||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Илия Березин||W||3-0|
|Russia Premier League||10/13 16:00||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Ramil Mutygullin||-||View|
|Russia Premier League||10/13 15:20||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Алексей Жуков||W||3-0|
|Russia Premier League||10/13 06:00||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Иван Никулин||-||View|
|Russia Premier League||10/13 04:59||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Gleb Ivanov||W||3-0|
|Russia Premier League||10/12 11:20||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Дамир Ахметсафин||-||View|
|Russia Premier League||10/12 06:20||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Sergei Medvedev||D||
|Russia Premier League||10/12 05:20||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Vitaly Krivonogov||W||3-0|
|European Team Championships||09/30 10:55||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Anders Lind||L||2-3|
|European Team Championships||09/29 10:55||-||Маркус Фрейтас v Абдула Игенлер||W||3-1|
|Europe Top 16 Cup||09/19 13:00||-||Патрик Франциска v Маркус Фрейтас||L||4-1|
|Europe Top 16 Cup||09/19 10:35||2||Маркус Фрейтас v Еамнуел Лебесон||W||4-0|
Marcos André Sousa da Silva Freitas (born 8 April 1988) is a Portuguese table tennis player who has won European Championships in singles, doubles, and team events.
He participated at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing where he got knocked out in the Round of 64. In the same year he won the bronze medal in the men's doubles at the European Championship with Tiago Apolónia. Three years later at the 2011 Table Tennis European Championships he went on to win the gold medal with his doubles partner Andrej Gaćina. In 2012 he took part on his second Olympics, reaching the Round of 32 in the singles and the quarterfinals in the team event with Tiago Apolónia and João Monteiro. In June 2015, he competed in the inaugural European Games, for Portugal in table tennis, more specifically, Men's team with João Geraldo and Tiago Apolonia. He earned a gold medal. At the European Championships 2015 he won Silver in the Singles Event. He reached the quarterfinals of the 2016 Olympics in the individual event. Although he won his match, Portugal lost in the first round of the team event.
As of August 2016, he is ranked the number eleven player in the world.
Since 2012, Freitas lives in Schwechat and practices at the Werner Schlager Academy.