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Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
(born 22 April 1966, in Halmstad, Sweden) is a Swedish table tennis player.[2] In two memorable World Table Tennis Championships finals he faced fellow Swede Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
in 1989 and 1991, losing the former and winning the latter.[3] He also won four World Championship titles in Team. Persson represented Sweden
Sweden
in every Olympic Games
Olympic Games
from when table tennis was introduced into the Olympic program in 1988 until 2012. After the 2012 Olympics he officially retired.[1] Along with Croatian Zoran Primorac
Zoran Primorac
and Belgian Jean-Michel Saive, he was the first table tennis player to have competed at seven Olympic Games. His game is based on a powerful backhand stroke and a regular forehand. His best Olympic result is a fourth place at the 2000 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics. See also[edit]

List of table tennis players List of athletes with the most appearances at Olympic Games

References[edit]

^ a b "Olympic results". Sports Reference. Retrieved 26 December 2010.  ^ "ITTF biography". International Table Tennis Federation. Archived from the original on 4 October 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2010.  ^ "ITTF statistics". ITTF. Archived from the original on 5 April 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2010. 

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Jörgen Persson's Titles

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World Table Tennis Champions in Men's Singles

1926: Roland Jacobi (HUN) 1928: Zoltán Mechlovits (HUN) 1929: Fred Perry
Fred Perry
(ENG) 1930: Viktor Barna (HUN) 1931: Miklós Szabados (HUN) 1932: Viktor Barna (HUN) 1933 (January): Viktor Barna (HUN) 1933 (December): Viktor Barna (HUN) 1935: Viktor Barna (HUN) 1936: Stanislav Kolář (TCH) 1937: Richard Bergmann
Richard Bergmann
(AUT) 1938: Bohumil Váňa (TCH) 1939: Richard Bergmann
Richard Bergmann
(ENG) 1947: Bohumil Váňa (TCH) 1948: Richard Bergmann
Richard Bergmann
(ENG) 1949: Johnny Leach
Johnny Leach
(ENG) 1950: Richard Bergmann
Richard Bergmann
(ENG) 1951: Johnny Leach
Johnny Leach
(ENG) 1952: Hiroji Satoh (JPN) 1953: Ferenc Sidó (HUN) 1954: Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
(JPN) 1955: Toshiaki Tanaka
Toshiaki Tanaka
(JPN) 1956: Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
(JPN) 1957: Toshiaki Tanaka
Toshiaki Tanaka
(JPN) 1959: Rong Guotuan
Rong Guotuan
(CHN) 1961: Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1963: Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1965: Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1967: Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Nobuhiko Hasegawa
(JPN) 1969: Shigeo Itoh (JPN) 1971: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
(SWE) 1973: Xi Enting (CHN) 1975: István Jónyer (HUN) 1977: Mitsuru Kono (JPN) 1979: Seiji Ono (JPN) 1981: Guo Yuehua (CHN) 1983: Guo Yuehua (CHN) 1985: Jiang Jialiang (CHN) 1987: Jiang Jialiang (CHN) 1989: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1991: Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
(SWE) 1993: Jean-Philippe Gatien
Jean-Philippe Gatien
(FRA) 1995: Kong Linghui
Kong Linghui
(CHN) 1997: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1999: Liu Guoliang
Liu Guoliang
(CHN) 2001: Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN) 2003: Werner Schlager
Werner Schlager
(AUT) 2005: Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN) 2007: Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN) 2009: Wang Hao (CHN) 2011: Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2013: Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2015: Ma Long (CHN) 2017: Ma Long (CHN)

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World Table Tennis Champions in Men's Team

1920s

1926: Roland Jacobi & Béla von Kehrling
Béla von Kehrling
& Zoltán Mechlovits & Daniel Pecsi (HUN) 1928: Laszlo Bellak & Sándor Glancz & Roland Jacobi & Zoltán Mechlovits & Daniel Pecsi (HUN) 1929: Viktor Barna & Sándor Glancz & István Kelen & Zoltán Mechlovits & Miklós Szabados (HUN)

1930s

1930: Viktor Barna & Laszlo Bellak & Lajos Dávid & István Kelen & Miklós Szabados (HUN) 1931: Viktor Barna & Laszlo Bellak & Lajos Dávid & István Kelen & Miklós Szabados (HUN) 1932: Michael Grobauer & Stanislav Kolář & Jindřich Lauterbach & Antonín Maleček & Bedřich Nikodém (TCH) 1933 (January): Viktor Barna & István Boros & Lajos Dávid & Sándor Glancz & István Kelen (HUN) 1933 (December): Viktor Barna & Laszlo Bellak & Lajos Dávid & Tibor Házi & Miklós Szabados (HUN) 1935: Viktor Barna & Laszlo Bellak & Tibor Házi & István Kelen & Miklós Szabados (HUN) 1936: Richard Bergmann
Richard Bergmann
& Helmut Goebel & Hans Hartinger & Erwin Kohn & Alfred Liebster (AUT) 1937: Abe Berenbaum & Robert Blattner & James McClure & Sol Schiff (USA) 1938: Viktor Barna & Laszlo Bellak & Ernő Földi & Tibor Házi & Ferenc Soós (HUN) 1939: Miloslav Hamr & Rudolf Karleček & Václav Tereba & Bohumil Váňa (TCH)

1940s

1947: Ivan Andreadis & Adolf Šlár & Václav Tereba & František Tokár & Bohumil Váňa (TCH) 1948: Ivan Andreadis & Max Marinko & Ladislav Štípek & František Tokár & Bohumil Váňa (TCH) 1949: József Kóczián & Ferenc Sidó & Ferenc Soós & László Várkonyi (HUN)

1950s

1950: Ivan Andreadis & Max Marinko & Václav Tereba & František Tokár & Bohumil Váňa (TCH) 1951: Ivan Andreadis & Ladislav Štípek & Václav Tereba & František Tokár & Bohumil Váňa (TCH) 1952: Elemér Gyetvai & József Kóczián & Ferenc Sidó & Kálmán Szepesi & László Várkonyi (HUN) 1953: Richard Bergmann
Richard Bergmann
& Adrian Haydon & Brian Kennedy & Johnny Leach
Johnny Leach
& Aubrey Simons (ENG) 1954: Kazuo Kawai & Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
& Kichiji Tamasu & Yoshio Tomita (JPN) 1955: Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
& Kichiji Tamasu & Toshiaki Tanaka
Toshiaki Tanaka
& Yoshio Tomita (JPN) 1956: Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
& Toshiaki Tanaka
Toshiaki Tanaka
& Yoshio Tomita & Keisuke Tsunoda (JPN) 1957: Toshihiko Miyata & Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
& Toshiaki Tanaka & Keisuke Tsunoda (JPN) 1959: Nobuya Hoshino & Teruo Murakami & Seiji Narita & Ichiro Ogimura
Ichiro Ogimura
(JPN)

1960s

1961: Li Furong & Rong Guotuan
Rong Guotuan
& Wang Chuanyao & Xu Yinsheng & Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1963: Li Furong & Wang Jiasheng & Xu Yinsheng & Zhang Xielin & Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1965: Li Furong & Xu Yinsheng & Zhang Xielin & Zhou Lansun & Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1967: Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Nobuhiko Hasegawa
& Hajime Kagimoto & Satoru Kawahara & Koji Kimura
Koji Kimura
& Mitsuru Kono (JPN) 1969: Nobuhiko Hasegawa
Nobuhiko Hasegawa
& Tetsuo Inoue & Shigeo Itoh & Kenji Kasai & Mitsuru Kono (JPN)

1970s

1971: Li Furong & Li Jingguang & Liang Geliang & Xi Enting & Zhuang Zedong
Zhuang Zedong
(CHN) 1973: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Anders Johansson & Kjell Johansson & Bo Persson & Ingemar Wikström (SWE) 1975: Li Peng & Li Zhenshi & Liang Geliang & Lu Yuansheng & Xu Shaofa (CHN) 1977: Guo Yuehua & Huang Liang & Li Zhenshi & Liang Geliang & Wang Jun (CHN) 1979: Gábor Gergely & István Jónyer & Tibor Klampár & Tibor Kreisz & Janos Takacs (HUN)

1980s

1981: Cai Zhenhua & Guo Yuehua & Shi Zhihao & Wang Huiyuan & Xie Saike (CHN) 1983: Cai Zhenhua & Fan Changmao & Guo Yuehua & Jiang Jialiang & Xie Saike (CHN) 1985: Chen Longcan & Chen Xinhua & Jiang Jialiang & Wang Huiyuan & Xie Saike (CHN) 1987: Chen Longcan & Chen Xinhua & Jiang Jialiang & Teng Yi & Wang Hao (born 1966) (CHN) 1989: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Peter Karlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE)

1990s

1991: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Peter Karlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1993: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Peter Karlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1995: Ding Song & Kong Linghui
Kong Linghui
& Liu Guoliang
Liu Guoliang
& Ma Wenge & Wang Tao (CHN) 1997: Ding Song & Kong Linghui
Kong Linghui
& Liu Guoliang
Liu Guoliang
& Ma Wenge & Wang Tao (CHN)

2000s

2000: Fredrik Håkansson & Peter Karlsson & Jörgen Persson & Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 2001: Kong Linghui
Kong Linghui
& Liu Guoliang
Liu Guoliang
& Liu Guozheng & Ma Lin & Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN) 2004: Kong Linghui
Kong Linghui
& Liu Guozheng & Ma Lin & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN) 2006: Chen Qi & Ma Lin & Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN) 2008: Chen Qi & Ma Lin & Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
(CHN)

2010s

2010: Ma Lin & Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2012: Ma Lin & Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2014: Fan Zhendong
Fan Zhendong
& Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2016: Fan Zhendong
Fan Zhendong
& Fang Bo
Fang Bo
& Ma Long & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN)

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World Cup Table Tennis Champions in Men's Singles

1980: Guo Yuehua (CHN) 1981: Tibor Klampár (HUN) 1982: Guo Yuehua (CHN) 1983: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
(SWE) 1984: Jiang Jialiang (CHN) 1985: Chen Xinhua (CHN) 1986: Chen Longcan (CHN) 1987: Teng Yi (CHN) 1988: Andrzej Grubba
Andrzej Grubba
(POL) 1989: Ma Wenge (CHN) 1990: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1991: Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
(SWE) 1992: Ma Wenge (CHN) 1993: Zoran Primorac
Zoran Primorac
(CRO) 1994: Jean-Philippe Gatien
Jean-Philippe Gatien
(FRA) 1995: Kong Linghui
Kong Linghui
(CHN) 1996: Liu Guoliang
Liu Guoliang
(CHN) 1997: Zoran Primorac
Zoran Primorac
(CRO) 1998: Jörg Roßkopf
Jörg Roßkopf
(GER) 1999: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2000: Ma Lin (CHN) 2001: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2002: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2003: Ma Lin (CHN) 2004: Ma Lin (CHN) 2005: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2006: Ma Lin (CHN) 2007: Wang Hao (CHN) 2008: Wang Hao (CHN) 2009: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2010: Wang Hao (CHN) 2011: Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2012: Ma Long (CHN) 2013: Xu Xin (CHN) 2014: Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2015: Ma Long (CHN) 2016: Fan Zhendong
Fan Zhendong
(CHN) 2017: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER)

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World Cup Table Tennis Champions in Men's Team

1990s

1990: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1991: Ma Wenge & Wang Hao (born 1966) & Wang Tao & Xie Chaojie & Zhang Lei (CHN) 1994: Ding Song & Lin Zhigang & Liu Guoliang
Liu Guoliang
& Qin Zhijian & Wang Hao (born 1966) (CHN) 1995: Kim Taek-soo & Lee Chul-seung & Yoo Nam-kyu
Yoo Nam-kyu
(KOR)

2000s

2007: Chen Qi & Ma Lin & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Wang Liqin (CHN) 2009: Ma Long & Qiu Yike & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN)

2010s

2010: Hao Shuai & Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2011: Ma Lin & Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Wang Liqin & Xu Xin (CHN) 2013: Ma Long & Wang Hao (born 1983) & Wang Liqin
Wang Liqin
& Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2015: Fan Zhendong
Fan Zhendong
& Fang Bo
Fang Bo
& Ma Long & Xu Xin & Zhang Jike
Zhang Jike
(CHN) 2018: Fan Zhendong
Fan Zhendong
& Lin Gaoyuan
Lin Gaoyuan
& Ma Long & Xu Xin & Yu Ziyang (CHN)

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European Table Tennis Champions in Men's Singles

1958: Zoltán Berczik (HUN) 1960: Zoltán Berczik (HUN) 1962: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
(SWE) 1964: Kjell Johansson (SWE) 1966: Kjell Johansson (SWE) 1968: Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1970: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
(SWE) 1972: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
(SWE) 1974: Milan Orlowski (TCH) 1976: Jacques Secrétin (FRA) 1978: Gábor Gergely (HUN) 1980: John Hilton (ENG) 1982: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
(SWE) 1984: Ulf Bengtsson (SWE) 1986: Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
(SWE) 1988: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
(SWE) 1990: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
(SWE) 1992: Jörg Roßkopf
Jörg Roßkopf
(GER) 1994: Jean-Michel Saive
Jean-Michel Saive
(BEL) 1996: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1998: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2000: Peter Karlsson (SWE) 2002: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2003: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2005: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2007: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2008: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2009: Michael Maze
Michael Maze
(DEN) 2010: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2011: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2012: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2013: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER) 2015: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER) 2016: Emmanuel Lebesson (FRA)

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European Table Tennis Champions in Men's Doubles

1958: Ladislav Štípek & Ludvík Vyhnanovský (TCH) 1960: Zoltán Berczik & Ferenc Sidó (HUN) 1962: Vojislav Marković & Janez Teran (YUG) 1964: Vladimír Miko & Jaroslav Staněk (TCH) 1966: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
& Kjell Johansson (SWE) 1968: Antun Stipančić & Edvard Vecko (YUG) 1970: Antun Stipančić & Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1972: István Jónyer & Peter Rozsas (HUN) 1974: István Jónyer & Tibor Klampár (HUN) 1976: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Kjell Johansson (SWE) 1978: Gábor Gergely (HUN) & Milan Orlowski (TCH) 1980: Patrick Birocheau & Jacques Secrétin (FRA) 1982: Zoran Kalinić & Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1984: Zoran Kalinić & Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1986: Erik Lindh & Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1988: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1990: Ilija Lupulesku & Zoran Primorac
Zoran Primorac
(YUG) 1992: Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
(SWE) 1994: Zoran Kalinić (YUG) & Kalinikos Kreanga
Kalinikos Kreanga
(GRE) 1996: Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1998: Jörg Roßkopf
Jörg Roßkopf
(GER) & Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2000: Patrick Chila
Patrick Chila
& Jean-Philippe Gatien
Jean-Philippe Gatien
(FRA) 2002: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Zoltan Fejer-Konnerth (GER) 2003: Chen Weixing
Chen Weixing
(AUT) & Evgueni Chtchetinine (BLR) 2005: Karl Jindrak & Werner Schlager
Werner Schlager
(AUT) 2007: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2008: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2009: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2010: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2011: Marcos Freitas
Marcos Freitas
(POR) & Andrej Gaćina
Andrej Gaćina
(CRO) 2012: Robert Gardos
Robert Gardos
& Daniel Habesohn
Daniel Habesohn
(AUT) 2013: Tan Ruiwu (CRO) & Wang Zengyi
Wang Zengyi
(POL) 2015: Stefan Fegerl
Stefan Fegerl
(AUT) & João Monteiro (POR) 2016: Patrick Franziska (GER) & Jonathan Groth
Jonathan Groth
(DEN)

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European Table Tennis Champions in Men's Team

1950s

1958: Zoltán Berczik & Zoltan Bubonyi & László Földy & Elemér Gyetvai & Ferenc Sidó (HUN)

1960s

1960: Zoltán Berczik & Zoltan Bubonyi & László Földy & Tamas Halpert-Hollo & Ferenc Sidó (HUN) 1962: Zeljko Hrbud & Istvan Korpa & Vojislav Marković & Janez Teran & Edvard Vecko (YUG) 1964: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
& Carl-Johan Bernhardt & Christer Johansson & Kjell Johansson & Lennart Oden (SWE) 1966: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
& Carl-Johan Bernhardt & Christer Johansson & Kjell Johansson & Jorgen Rosberg (SWE) 1968: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
& Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Carl-Johan Bernhardt & Kjell Johansson & Bo Persson (SWE)

1970s

1970: Hans Alsér
Hans Alsér
& Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Carl-Johan Bernhardt & Kjell Johansson & Bo Persson (SWE) 1972: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Carl-Johan Bernhardt & Anders Johansson & Kjell Johansson & Bo Persson (SWE) 1974: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Anders Johansson & Kjell Johansson & Bo Persson & Ingemar Wikström (SWE) 1976: Damir Jurcic & Milivoj Karakasevic & KZoran Kosanovic & Antun Stipančić & Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1978: Gábor Gergely & István Jónyer & Tibor Klampár & Tibor Kreisz (HUN)

1980s

1980: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
& Ulf Carlsson & Erik Lindh & Ulf Thorsell (SWE) 1982: Gábor Gergely & István Jónyer & Tibor Klampár & Zsolt Kriston & Janos Molnar (HUN) 1984: Patrick Birocheau & Pierre Campagnolle & Francois Farout & Patrick Renverse & Jacques Secrétin (FRA) 1986: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Ulf Carlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1988: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Ulf Bengtsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE)

1990s

1990: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Peter Karlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1992: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
& Peter Karlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1994: Nicolas Chatelain & Patrick Chila
Patrick Chila
& Damien Éloi & Jean-Philippe Gatien
Jean-Philippe Gatien
& Christophe Legoût
Christophe Legoût
(FRA) 1996: Peter Karlsson & Erik Lindh & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Thomas von Scheele & Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1998: Nicolas Chatelain & Patrick Chila
Patrick Chila
& Damien Éloi & Jean-Philippe Gatien
Jean-Philippe Gatien
& Eric Varin (FRA)

2000s

2000: Fredrik Håkansson & Peter Karlsson & Magnus Molin & Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
& Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 2002: Fredrik Håkansson & Peter Karlsson & Jens Lundqvist & Magnus Molin & Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 2003: Dzmitry Baltrushka & Evgueni Chtchetinine & Dmitry Chumakou & Dmitry Davidovich & Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2005: Allan Bentsen
Allan Bentsen
& Michael Maze
Michael Maze
& Martin Monrad & Finn Tugwell & Christoffer Petersen (DEN) 2007: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
& Jörg Roßkopf
Jörg Roßkopf
& Bastian Steger
Bastian Steger
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2008: Patrick Baum & Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
& Bastian Steger
Bastian Steger
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2009: Patrick Baum & Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
& Bastian Steger
Bastian Steger
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER)

2010s

2010: Patrick Baum & Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Patrick Franziska & Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
& Christian Süß
Christian Süß
(GER) 2011: Patrick Baum & Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Ruwen Filus & Dimitrij Ovtcharov & Bastian Steger
Bastian Steger
(GER) 2013: Patrick Baum & Patrick Franziska & Ruwen Filus & Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
& Bastian Steger
Bastian Steger
(GER) 2014: Tiago Apolónia
Tiago Apolónia
& Diogo Chen & Marcos Freitas
Marcos Freitas
& João Geraldo & João Monteiro (POR) 2015: Chen Weixing
Chen Weixing
& Stefan Fegerl
Stefan Fegerl
& Robert Gardos
Robert Gardos
& Daniel Habesohn
Daniel Habesohn
& Dominik Habesohn (AUT) 2017: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
& Ruwen Filus & Patrick Franziska & Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
& Ricardo Walther (GER)

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Europe Top-12/Top-16 Table Tennis Champions in Men's Singles

1971: István Jónyer (HUN) 1972: Antun Stipančić (YUG) 1973: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
(SWE) 1974: István Jónyer (HUN) 1975: Kjell Johansson (SWE) 1976: Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1977: Milan Orlowski (TCH) 1978: Gábor Gergely (HUN) 1979: Dragutin Šurbek (YUG) 1980: Stellan Bengtsson
Stellan Bengtsson
(SWE) 1981: Tibor Klampár (HUN) 1982: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
(SWE) 1983: Milan Orlowski (TCH) 1984: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1985: Andrzej Grubba
Andrzej Grubba
(POL) 1986: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1987: Desmond Douglas
Desmond Douglas
(ENG) 1988: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1989: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1990: Mikael Appelgren
Mikael Appelgren
(SWE) 1991: Erik Lindh (SWE) 1992: Jörgen Persson
Jörgen Persson
(SWE) 1993: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1994: Jean-Michel Saive
Jean-Michel Saive
(BEL) 1995: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1996: Jan-Ove Waldner
Jan-Ove Waldner
(SWE) 1997: Jean-Philippe Gatien
Jean-Philippe Gatien
(FRA) 1998: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 1999: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2000: Werner Schlager
Werner Schlager
(AUT) 2001: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2002: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2003: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2004: Michael Maze
Michael Maze
(DEN) 2005: Alexey Smirnov (RUS) 2006: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2007: Vladimir Samsonov
Vladimir Samsonov
(BLR) 2008: Werner Schlager
Werner Schlager
(AUT) 2009: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2010: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER) 2011: Kalinikos Kreanga
Kalinikos Kreanga
(GRE) 2012: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER) 2014: Marcos Freitas
Marcos Freitas
(POR) 2015: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER) 2016: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER) 2017: Dimitrij Ovtcharov
Dimitrij Ovtcharov
(GER) 2018: Timo Boll
Timo Boll
(GER)

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