Famous Swedish Table Tennis Players

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Jan-Ove Waldner
(Swedish Former Table Tennis Player)
Jan-Ove Waldner
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Birthdate: October 3, 1965
Sun Sign: Libra
Birthplace: Stockholm, Sweden
 2 
Jörgen Persson
(Swedish Table Tennis Player)
Jörgen Persson
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Birthdate: April 22, 1966
Sun Sign: Taurus
Birthplace: Halmstad, Sweden
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Jenny Ovtcharov
(Swedish Table Tennis Player)
Jenny Ovtcharov
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Birthdate: October 1, 1988
Sun Sign: Libra
Birthplace: Stockholm, Sweden
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Mattias Falck
(Swedish Table Tennis Player)
Mattias Falck
3
Birthdate: September 7, 1991
Sun Sign: Virgo
Birthplace: Karlskrona, Sweden
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Mikael Appelgren
(Retired Swedish Table Tennis Player)
Mikael Appelgren
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Birthdate: October 15, 1961
Sun Sign: Libra
Birthplace: Stockholm, Sweden

Retired Swedish table tennis player and coach Mikael Appelgren is not just a 4-time World Champion but also a 9-time European Champion. He also won the World Cup and popularized the style of playing now known as appleing. He met his wife, Marita, at a table tennis competition.

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Kristian Karlsson
(Swedish Table Tennis Player)
Kristian Karlsson
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Birthdate: August 6, 1991
Sun Sign: Leo
Birthplace: Trollhättan, Sweden
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Peter Karlsson
(Swedish Table Tennis Player)
Peter Karlsson
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Birthdate: May 29, 1969
Sun Sign: Gemini
Birthplace: Västra Götaland County, Sweden
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Stellan Bengtsson
(Swedish Former Table Tennis Player)
Stellan Bengtsson
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Birthdate: July 26, 1952
Sun Sign: Leo
Birthplace: Slöinge, Sweden
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Hans Alsér
(Iconic Swedish Tennis Player and Coach)
Hans Alsér
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Birthdate: January 23, 1942
Sun Sign: Aquarius
Birthplace: Borås, Sweden
Died: January 15, 1977

Swedish table tennis player Hans Alsér was not just a 2-time European singles champion but also a 4-time European team champion. Known as an all-round attacker, he also mastered the shakehand style. He later coached both Sweden and West Germany. He died in a plane crash at age 34.