Kristian Karlsson

Professional Table Tennis Player

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INFO, STATS & RESULTS

Below you will find some interesting facts about Kristian and a list of his best acchievments. Click on the button on the right to have a look at KKs full stats and list of results from early days until now!

KK - FACTS & FIGURES

Facts

Date of birth: 06 Aug 1991
Nationality: Swedish
Born: Trollhättan, Sweden
Height: 1,83 m
Weight: 88 kg
Marital status: Partnership
Plays for: Borussia Düsseldorf (Since 1 July 2016)
Plays with: Left hand

Material
Timber: Korbel SK7
Rubber: fh Tenergy 05 hard, bh Tenergy 05 hard

Latest successes:

2019

  • 5th Place Korea Open Singles 2019
  • Final European Games 2019 Team
  • 5th Place Qatar Open Double 2019 (with M. Falck)
  • Runner-Up Swedish Championships Singles 2019
  • 5th Place Swedish Championships Double 2019 (with M. Falck)
  • 9th Place Hungarian Open Singles 2019

2018

  • Runner-Up Swedish Open Double 2018 (with M. Falck)
  • 5. Platz Swedish Open Einzel 2018
  • Runner-Up European Championships Double 2018 (with M. Falck)
  • 3rd Place European Championships Singles 2018
  • German Team Champion 2018 (with Borussia)
  • Winner Champions League 2018 (with Borussia)
  • 3rd Place World Championships Team 2018
  • Swedish Champion Singles 2018
  • 9th Place Europe Top 16 Singles 2018
  • 3rd Place Hungarian Open Double 2018 (with M. Falck)
  • 5th Place Hungarian Open Singles 2018
  • Winner German Cup 2018 (with Borussia)
 
 

Career highlights (so far):

  • 7x WC-Participant 2018-2012 (Double: 9th Place 2017, 2015, 2013 / Team: 3rd Place 2018, 5th Place 2016)
  • 8x EC-Participant 2018-2011 (Singles: 3rd Place 2018 / Double: Runner-Up 2018, 2012, 3rd Place 2016, 2015 / Team: 3rd Place 2014, 5th Place 2017, 2015, 2013)
  • Winner Triple 2018 (with Borussia)
  • Swedish Champion Singles 2018, 2015, 2014
  • Winner German Cup 2018, 2017 (with Borussia)
  • Runner-Up Champions League 2017 (with Borussia)
  • German Team Champion 2017 (with Borussia)
  • Runner-Up Qatar Open Double 2017 (with M. Karlsson)
  • Olympic-Participant 2016 (5th Place Team)
  • French Team Champion 2016, 2015 (with Pontoise)
  • Winner Champions League 2016, 2014 (with Pontoise)
  • 4th Place Word Cup Singles 2016
  • 3rd Place Swedish Open Singles 2015
  • Winner Polish Open Double 2015 (with M. Karlsson)
  • 3rd Place Korea Open Singles 2014
  • Runner-Up Czech Open Double 2012 (with M. Karlsson)

Previous clubs

Trollhättans BTK (1999-2007)
BTK Rekord (2007-2011)
Halmstad BTK (2011 to 2013)
AS Pontoise Cergy (2013 to 2016)

Ranking

World ranking: 24 (March 2020)
Swedish ranking: 2 (March 2020)

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