Andrzej Grubba

Born: 14/05/1958
Died: 21/07/2005
Height: 174 cm
Nationality: Polish 
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 3 (December 1991)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT GRUBBA

Andrzej Grubba was born 14 May, 1958 in Brzeźno Wielkie, Poland.
Grubba won the 1982 European Championships in mixed doubles event. In 1989, Grubba won the bronze medal at the World Championships in singles event. He was a 26-time Polish champion – 12 times in singles, 9 times in doubles and 5 times in mixed doubles event. On the professional circuit, Grubba won 7 titles in singles and 4 titles in doubles event. On the club level, Polish legend won 7 Polish Superliga titles, 4 German Bundesliga and 2 Austrian Bundesliga titles. He also won two Champions League titles and one ETTU Cup title.
Grubba died 21 July, 2005 in Sopot, Poland.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985 Gothenburg (Team)
1987 Delhi (Doubles)
1989 Dortmund (Singles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 Budapest (Mixed Doubles)
1984 Moscow (Singles & Team) (Mixed Doubles)
1986 Prague (Singles)
1988 Paris (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1990 Gothenburg (Singles)
1992 Stuttgart (Singles)
1996 Bratislava (Doubles)

WORLD CUP

1986 Foshan (Singles)
1988 Canton & Wuhan (Singles)
1989 Nairobi (Singles)
1990 Seoul (Doubles)

EUROPE TOP 16

1985 Barcelona
1988 Ljubljana
1990 Hannover

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1979 Polish Open
1981 Czechoslovak Open Italian Open
1984 English Open Netherlands Open German Open
1985 Welsh Open Polish Open Hungarian Open Swedish Open
1986 French Open
1987 Polish Open
1988 German Open
1989 Polish Open Czechoslovak Open
1990 French Open
1993 Swedish Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1980 Scandinavia Open French Open
1981 Welsh Open Czechoslovak Open Italian Open Belgian Open
1983 Welsh Open
1984 Polish Open French Open
1985 Welsh Open
1986 Yugoslav Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1977 Poland (Doubles)
1978 Poland (Singles)
1979 Poland (Singles & Doubles)
1980 Poland (Doubles) (Singles)
1981 Poland (Singles & Doubles)
1982 Poland (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1983 Poland (Singles & Doubles)
1984 Poland (Singles & Doubles)
1985 Poland (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1986 Poland (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1987 Poland (Mixed Doubles) (Singles) (Doubles)
1988 Poland (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1989 Poland (Singles & Doubles)
1990 Jastrzebie Zdroj (Singles & Doubles)
1991 Olkusz (Singles) (Doubles)
1992 Jastrzebie Zdroj (Singles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1977 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1978 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1979 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1980 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1981 Poland 1st Champions League (AZS Gdańsk)
1982 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1983 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1984 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1985 Poland 1st Champions League (AZS Gdańsk)
1986 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1987 Germany 1st Champions League (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1989 Austria 1st (UTTC Stockerau)
1990 Austria 1st (UTTC Stockerau)
1991 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1992 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1993 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1994 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1995 Germany 1st Champions League (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1996 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1997 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1998 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
1999 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)
2000 Germany 1st (TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau)