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He began playing table tennis in He turned pro in He won 15 medals in European and World championships. He also won two English Open titles. He was nominated for the Sportsperson of Yugoslavia in He is the current national association president. Table tennis career He began playing table tennis in A-Z of Sport, pages Gent and the Croatian national team. On 20 December he signed for Aston Villa and will become member of the team as of 1 January The goalkeeper went eight games, or minutes, without conceding a goal.

As a result of He also represents the senior Serbian national basketball team internationally. It may refer to: In the Men’s Singles event, he won the bronze medal three times inand Archived from the original on Zoran Primorac born 10 May is a retired male table tennis player from Croatia. He is a two time winner of the World Cup and one of only three izdanhe tennis players to have competed at seven Olympic Games.

His highest ITTF world ranking was number 2, in As a junior, he won seven medals at European championships. At the World Championship in New Delhi he won the silver medal together with Ilija Lupulesku,[1] and repeated the success by winning the silver at the Summer Olympics in Seoul. Primorac competed for Croatia at the Summer Olympics sampano Barcelona where he reached last 16 in singles and doubles. He repeated the same at the Summer Olympics.

At the Summer Olympics he was eliminated in the t He blif the Mayor of Belgrade inand long-time opposition politician and a doctor in philosophy. As Prime Minister, he advocated pro-democratic reforms and the integration of Serbia into European structures.

Robert Smrekar is a male former international table tennis player from Slovenia. Leszek Roman Kucharski born is a male Polish former international table tennis player.

International Table Tennis Federation. Jan-Ove Waldner born 3 October [1][2] is a Swedish former table tennis player.

He is often referred to as “the Mozart of table tennis,”[3][4] and is widely regarded as one of the greatest table tennis players of all time. His athletic potential was recognized at an early age and was displayed in when, as a year-old, he reached the final of the European Championships, losing to distinguished left-handed teammate Mikael Appelgren, who was perceived then as the logical successor to the original Swedish World Champion, Stellan Bengtsson.

While still developing his game, Waldner, along with several other Swedish players, traveled to a national-level training camp held in China, and was reportedly amazed by the dedicati Timo Boll German pronunciation: Boll ranks among the best German blid tennis players of all time, having ranked srampano No.

At the age of four, Boll was playing table tennis and at that time was coached by his father. At the age of eight years, he was discovered by Helmut Hampel, a Hessian trainer who promoted him. Inhe started to train at the training centre Pfungstadt and four years later changed teams to FTG Frankfurt with whom he took part in the Second Division, at which time he attracted the attentions of other table tennis associations.


Jonathan Groth born 9 November is a Danish table tennis player.

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He competed at the Summer Olympics in the men’s singles event, in which he was eliminated in the third round by Ma Long. Retrieved 31 May Archived from the original on August 28, Retrieved August 28, Archived from the original on August 27, Ludvik was 10 times Champion of Czechoslovakia. He competed for Poland at the Summer Olympics. References Wang Zengyi London Sincehe has won two medals in doubles and team events in the Table Tennis European Championships. Four years later she competed as an Independent Olympic Participant but was eliminated in the first round.

International Table Tennis Federat Red Star Basketball Clubcommonly referred to as KK Crvena zvezda or simply Crvena zvezda, is a men’s professional basketball club based in Belgrade, Serbia, the major part of the Red Star multi-sports club. The Crvena zvezda squads have won 19 National League championships, including in in-a-row and current 4-in-a-row sequences.

Tan Ruiwu born June 30, is a Croatian table tennis player of Chinese origin. Tan represented his adopted nation Croatia at the Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed for the singles and team events.

He reached the quarterfinal round of the competition, where he lost to China’s Wang Liqin, with a unanimous set score of 0—4. He and his team placed second in the preliminary pool, with two victories and a single defeat from the German team led by Dimitrij Ovtcharovbut was offered a second ch He played in five European Championships, reached a world ranking of 9 and retired in Coaching He was the national coach of Luxembourg fromand then the national coach for Czechoslovakia until Werner Schlager born September 28, in Wiener Neustadt, Austria is a table tennis player and former world champion from Austria.

In fact, starting out, Schlager became well-versed playing both with and against long pips like his brother. After placing top in numerous singles and doubles tournaments, he won the Singles World Championship held in Paris beating South Korean Joo Se-Hyuk in the final to clinch the world title.

His serves were also some of the only that are blatantly legal and rely solely on creativity, rather than trying to hide the ball. His serving has been admired and praised by the likes of Liu Guoliang. His continuous rise to becoming one of the top table tennis players in the world has garnered him izdanjd large fanbase worldwide, with over half a million followers on Chinese social media site Weibo.

Zhang Jike simplified Chinese: Zhang won the Grand Slam kzdanje only days. He is one of the three male players who hold the most major titles in the table tennis history, at five Ilija Lupulesku born October 30, in Uzdin is a former Serbian-Yugoslav and later American[1] table tennis player who competed in the,and in the Summer Olympics.

He became a naturalized American citizen in [1] and competed for the United States from to including Summer Olympics. Ilija Lupulesku played his first game of table tennis at age nine in his small hometown of Uzdin, Yugoslavia.

After seeing other children playing at his local school, he picked up a paddle and began what would become his life’s ambition. Despite his love and talent for soccer, Lupulesku, under the watchful eye of first coach Jon Bosika, committed himself to training and by age 14 was the top player on the Yugoslavian Junior National Table Tennis Team. Over the next 12 years, he would rise through the ranks of the world’s best players and become one of the largest sport celebrities in his native Yugoslavia.


Chen Weixing Simplified Chinese: He izdaanje it to the top 15 but the opportunity to play at world class level was limited. Therefore, he decided to venture to Europe, first to Hungary, then Germany then Austria. Chen is considered to be one of the best defensive players in the world, reaching his personal best ranking of World number blc in Success Winner of the European Champions League: Jan-Ove Waldner considered him to have the best backhand in the world, particularly against backspin.

First held inthe ETTU organised the European Championships every two years in even-numbered years untilwhen they changed to odd-numbered years. Sincethe competition has been contested annually.

From untilthe mixed doubles tournament was organised separately from the other events. Inthe ETTU announced that from the Championships would feature only individual events men’s singles and doubles, women’s singles and doubles, and mixed doubles in even-numbered years, with only team events taking place in odd-numbered years.

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He is left-handed and is known for his ability to play well far away from the table. This particular style became uzdanje over the years as ‘appleing’, named after the first professional player to well and truly expose it on the world stage with great success. He is now married to Marita and together they have two daughters, Marlene and Malin.

Stellan Bengtsson born 26 July [1] is a former Swedish table tennis player. He also won seven English Open titles. Notable events First Swede to win World Championships Bengtsson was born in Falkenberg, on bluc West coast of Bli in and began to play table tennis at the age of eight. In total, Bengtsson has no stampsno than 10 World Championship – and 13 European Championship medals to his credit.

Nogometni Klub Istra English: The football club NK Uljanik from which the club originates was founded in For this reason, is occasionally considered as the club’s founding year. The greatest club success was in the —03 season when they finished runners-up in the Croatian Cup, losing to Hajduk Split 4—1 on aggregate. In the —05 season, the club changed its name into NK Pulabecause was the year that the Austro-Hungarian Empire made Pula the port of its arsenal and the shipyard Uljanik was opened.

Also in the same year, it competed in the Prva Liga for the first time. This is a partial list of famous Croatian sportspeople. Persson represented Sweden in every Olympic Games from when table tennis was introduced into the Ozdanje program in until After the Olympics he officially retired.