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This List of table tennis players is alphabetically ordered by surname. Only players, included in the official ITTF database, that achieved at least one medal in one of the following international competitions can be listed here. The players are listed with their achievements in the single event of the considered competitions. A picture of players that achieved a gold Olympic medal in a single event is shown. For more detailed information see the page of each player. The considered competitions are: Olympic Games Table Tennis World Championships Table Tennis World Cup Table Tennis European Championships Table Tennis Asian Championships Members of ITTF Hall of Fame are listed in bold.[1] [2] [3] [4][5] [6] [7] The main source of this page is the statistcs section of the ITTF website.[8] Contents A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Fliura Abbate-Bulatova: winner of European Championships in 1988. Ruth Aarons: winner of World Championships in 1936, 1937. Ahn Jae-Hyung Maria Alexandru-Golopenta: winner of European Championships in 1966. Hans Alser: winner of European Championships in 1962, 1970. Ivan Andreadis[2] Mikael Appelgren: winner of World Cup in 1983; winner of European Championships in 1982, 1988, 1990. B Otilia Badescu: winner of European Championships in 2003. Bao Guio Wong Bik Yiu: winner of Asian Championships in 1954. Viktor Barna[1]: winner of World Championships in 1930, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935. Csilla Batorfi: winner of European Championships in 1986. Laszlo Bellak[1] Stellan Bengtsson: winner of World Championships in 1971; winner of European Championships in 1972. Ulf Bengtsson: winner of European Championships in 1984. Zoltan Berczik: winner of European Championships in 1958, 1960. Richard Bergmann[1]: winner of World Championships in 1937, 1939, 1947, 1950. Buddy Blattner Timo Boll: winner of World Cup in 2002, 2005; winner of European Championships in 2002, 2007, 2008, 2010. Tamara Boroš C Chen Jing: gold Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Cai Zhenhua: winner of Asian Championships in 1982. Cao Yanhua[5]: winner of World Championships in 1983, 1985; winner of Asian Championships in 1978, 1982. Cao Zhen Chen Jing: gold Olympic medal at Seoul 1988; silver Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996; bronze Olympic medal at Sydney 2000. Chen Longcan: winner of World Cup in 1986; winner of Asian Championships in 1988. Chen Pao-Poe: winner of Asian Championships in 1953. Chen Qi Chen Xinhua: winner of World Cup in 1985. Chen Weixing Chen Zihe Patrick Chila Chiang Peng-Lung: winner of Asian Championships in 2000. Choi Kyong Ja: winner of Asian Championships in 1957. Chuang Chih-Yuan D Deng Yaping: gold Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996. Dang Ye-Seo Deng Yaping[6]: gold Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992; gold Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996; winner of World Championships in 1991, 1995, 1997; winner of World Cup in 1996; winner of Asian Championships in 1994. Desmond Douglas Ding Ning: winner of Asian Championships in 2009. Ding Song E Tomie Edano: winner of Asian Championships in 1974. Fujie Eguchi[3]: winner of World Championships in 1957. F Fan Ying Gizella Farkas[2]: winner of World Championships in 1947, 1948, 1949. Jasna Fazlić Feng Tianwei Steffen Fetzner Naoko Fukazu: winner of World Championships in 1965. Ai Fukuhara G Jean-Philippe Gatien: silver Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992; winner of World Championships in 1993; winner of World Cup in 1994. Ge Xinai[6]: winner of World Championships in 1979. Gabor Gergely: winner of European Championships in 1978. Qianhong Gotsch-He: winner of European Championships in 2000. Andrzej Grubba: winner of World Cup in 1988. Daniela Guergueltcheva: winner of European Championships in 1990. Guo Yan: winner of World Cup in 2006, 2010. Guo Yue: bronze Olympic medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Championships in 2007. Guo Yuehua[5]: winner of World Championships in 1981, 1983; winner of World Cup in 1980, 1982; winner of Asian Championships in 1978. H Nobuhiko Hasegawa[5]: winner of World Championships in 1967; winner of Asian Championships in 1967, 1970, 1972, 1974. Hao Shuai He Zhili: winner of World Championships in 1987; winner of Asian Championships in 1984, 1986, 1988, 1996. John Hilton: winner of European Championships in 1980. Sayaka Hirano Hong Cha-Ok Mirjam Hooman-Kloppenburg Hu Yulan: winner of World Championships in 1973. Hyun Jung-Hwa: bronze Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992; winner of World Championships in 1993. I Kasumi Ishikawa Kazuko Ito-Yamaizumi: winner of Asian Championships in 1960. Shigeo Itoh: winner of World Championships in 1969. J Roland Jacobi: winner of World Championships in 1926. Jiang Huajun Jiang Jialiang[5]: winner of World Championships in 1985, 1987; winner of World Cup in 1984; winner of Asian Championships in 1986. Jiao Zhimin: bronze Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Jing Jun Hong Kjell Johansson: winner of European Championships in 1964, 1966. Joo Se-Hyuk K Kong Linghui: gold Olympic medal at Sydney 2000 and Atlanta 1996. Kang Hee-Chan Aleksandar Karakasevic Peter Karlsson[6]: winner of European Championships in 2000. Gerdie Keen Istvan Kelen[1] Marie Kettnerová[1]: winner of World Championships in 1933, 1935. Ko Lai Chak Kong Linghui: gold Olympic medal at Sydney 2000; winner of World Championships in 1995; winner of World Cup in 1995; winner of Asian Championships in 1994, 1996. Kim Hyang-Mi: silver Olympic medal at Athens 2004. Kim Ki-Taik: silver Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Kim Kyung-Ah: bronze Olympic medal at Athens 2004. Kim Moo-Kyo Kim Taek-Soo: bronze Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992. Kalinikos Kreanga: winner of European Championships in 2000. L Liu Guoliang: gold Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996. Johnny Leach[3]: winner of World Championships in 1949, 1951. Lee Chul-Seung Lee Eun-Sil Li Bun-Hui: bronze Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992. Li Ching Li Furong[4] Li Huifen: silver Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Li Jiawei Li Jiao: winner of European Championships in 2007. Li Jie Li Ju[7]: silver Olympic medal at Sydney 2000; winner of World Cup in 2000; winner of Asian Championships in 1998. Li Li: winner of Asian Championships in 1972. Li Qian Li Xiaoxia: winner of World Cup in 2008. Liang Geliang[5]: winner of Asian Championships in 1976. Lin Huiqing[4]: winner of World Championships in 1971. Erik Lindh: bronze Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Liu Guoliang[7]: gold Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996; bronze Olympic medal at Sydney 2000; winner of World Championships in 1999; winner of World Cup in 1996. Liu Shiwen: winner of World Cup in 2009. Liu Jia: winner of European Championships in 2005. Liu Wei[6] Lü Lin Ilija Lupulesku M Ma Lin: gold Olympic medal at Beijing 2008. Ma Lin: gold Olympic medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Cup in 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006. Ma Long: winner of Asian Championships in 2009. Ma Wenge: bronze Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992; winner of World Cup in 1989, 1992. Kimiyo Matsuzaki[3]: winner of World Championships in 1959, 1963; winner of Asian Championships in 1963. Michael Maze: winner of European Championships in 2009. James McClure[1] Zoltan Mechlovits[1]: winner of World Championships in 1928. Maria Mednyanszky[1]: winner of World Championships in 1926,1928,1929,1930,1931. Jun Mizutani Martin Monrad N Ni Xialian: winner of European Championships in 1998, 2002. Niu Jianfeng: winner of Asian Championships in 2003. O Oh Sang-Eun Ichiro Ogimura[3]: winner of World Championships in 1954, 1956; winner of Asian Championships in 1960. Dimitrij Ovtcharov P Park Hae-Jung Park Mi-Young Natalia Partyka Rūta Paškauskienė: winner of European Championships in 2008. Viktoria Pavlovich: winner of European Championships in 2010. Gordana Perkučin Fred Perry: winner of World Championships in 1929. Jörgen Persson[6]: winner of World Championships in 1991; winner of World Cup in 1991; winner of European Championships in 1986. Margaryta Pesotska Valentina Popova: winner of European Championships in 1980, 1984. Carl Prean Zoran Primorac: winner of World Cup in 1993, 1997. Gertrude Pritzi: winner of World Championships in 1937, 1938. Q Qiao Hong[7]: silver Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992; bronze Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996; winner of World Championships in 1989; winner of Asian Championships in 1990. Qiao Yunping R Ryu Seung-Min: gold Olympic medal at Athens 2004. Rong Guotuan: winner of World Championships in 1959. Jörg Roßkopf: bronze Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996; winner of World Cup in 1998; winner of European Championships in 1992. Angelica Rozeanu[2]: winner of World Championships in 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955. Ryu Ji-Hae Ryu Seung-Min: gold Olympic medal at Athens 2004. S Jean-Michel Saive: winner of European Championships in 1994. Vladimir Samsonov: winner of World Cup in 1999, 2001, 2009; winner of European Championships in 1998, 2003, 2005. Werner Schlager: winner of World Championships in 2003. Jacques Secrétin: winner of European Championships in 1976. Seok Eun-Mi Shi Zhihao: winner of Asian Championships in 1980. Ferenc Sido[2]: winner of World Championships in 1953. Anna Sipos[1]: winner of World Championships in 1932, 1933. Nikoleta Stefanova Ladislav Stipek[2] Nicole Struse: winner of European Championships in 1996. Sun Beibei Sun Jin Dragutin Surbek: winner of European Championships in 1968. Christian Süß Matthew Syed Miklos Szabados[1]: winner of World Championships in 1931. T Wenling Tan Monfardini Hiroshi Takahashi: winner of Asian Championships in 1963. Toshiaki Tanaka[3]: winner of World Championships in 1955, 1957. Tang Peng Tie Yana Elena Timina Frantisek Tokar[2] Bojan Tokič Tong Ling: winner of World Championships in 1981. Finn Tugwell V Bohumil Vana[1]: winner of World Championships in 1938, 1947. Vera Votrubcova[1] Bettine Vriesekoop: winner of European Championships in 1982, 1992. Bela Von Kehrling W Jan-Ove Waldner: gold Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992. Jan-Ove Waldner[6]: gold Olympic medal at Barcelona 1992; silver Olympic medal at Sydney 2000; winner of World Championships in 1989, 1997; winner of World Cup in 1990; winner of European Championships in 1996. Wang Hao: silver Olympic medal at Athens 2004; silver Olympic medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Championships in 2009; winner of World Cup in 2007, 2008; winner of Asian Championships in 2003, 2007. Wang Liqin[7]: bronze Olympic medal at Athens 2004; bronze Olympic medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Championships in 2001, 2005, 2007; winner of Asian Championships in 1998, 2005. Wang Nan[6]: gold Olympic medal at Sydney 2000; silver Olympic medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Championships in 1999, 2001, 2003; winner of World Cup in 1997, 1998, 2003, 2007. Wang Yuegu Wang Tao[6]: silver Olympic medal at Atlanta 1996; winner of Asian Championships in 1990. Wei Qingguang Wu Jiaduo: winner of European Championships in 2009. X Xie Saike: winner of Asian Championships in 1984. Xu Jie Xu Xin Y Yoo Nam-Kyu: gold Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Yan Sen Yang Ying Yang Young-Ja Yoo Nam-Kyu: gold Olympic medal at Seoul 1988. Yoon Jae-Young Kaii Yoshida Yu Mengyu Yu Sun-Bok Z Zhang Yining: gold Olympic medal at Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008. Ella Zeller[2] Zhang Jike Zhang Li: winner of Asian Championships in 1976. Zhang Xielin[5] Zhang Yining[7]: gold Olympic medal at Athens 2004; gold Olympic medal at Beijing 2008; winner of World Championships in 2005, 2009; winner of World Cup in 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005; winner of Asian Championships in 2007. Zhuang Zedong[4]: winner of World Championships in 1961, 1963, 1965. See also See the Official ITTF Statistics for complete statistics of each player and ITTF Museum webpagePDF for the official international hall of fame. Table tennis References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "ITTF Hall of Fame, 1993 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ a b c d e f g h "ITTF Hall of Fame, 1995 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ a b c d e f "ITTF Hall of Fame, 1997 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ a b c d "ITTF Hall of Fame, 1999 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ a b c d e f g "ITTF Hall of Fame, 2001 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ a b c d e f g h i "ITTF Hall of Fame, 2003 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ a b c d e f "ITTF Hall of Fame, 2005 Inductees.". http://www.ittf.com/museum/HallofFame.pdf.  ^ "Official ITTF Statistics". http://www.ittf.com/ittf_stats/.