Antun Stipančic

Born: 18/05/1949
Died: 20/11/1991
Height: 173 cm
Nationality: Yugoslav/Croatian 
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 2 (June 1975)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT STIPANČIC

Antun Stipančic was born 18 May, 1949 in Duga Resa, Yugoslavia (now Croatia).
He won the 1979 World Championships in doubles event. Stipančic won 4 gold medals at the European Championships – two in doubles, one in mixed doubles and team events. On the professional circuit, Stipančic won 14 doubles titles in his career. On the club level, he won two Champions League and one ETTU Cup title.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 Munich (Team)
1971 Nagoya (Mixed Doubles) (Team)
1973 Sarajevo (Singles & Doubles)
1975 Kolkata (Singles, Doubles & Team)
1977 Birmingham (Doubles)
1979 Pyongyang (Doubles)
1981 Novi Sad (Doubles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1968 Lyon (Doubles)
1970 Moscow (Doubles) (Team)
1972 Rotterdam (Team) (Singles)
1974 Novi Sad (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1976 Prague (Mixed Doubles & Team) (Doubles)
1978 Duisburg (Doubles)
1980 Bern (Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)

EUROPE TOP 16

1971 Zadar
1972 Zagreb
1973 Böblingen
1975 Vienna

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1965 Polish Open
1971 English Open
1972 Romanian Open English Open German Open Belgian Open French Open
1974 Czechoslovak Open Polish Open Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1975 Scandinavian Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1963 Yugoslav Open
1967 Yugoslav Open
1968 Netherlands Open Yugoslav Open
1969 English Open
1970 English Open
1971 English Open Scandinavian Open
1972 Romanian Open English Open German Open Belgian Open French Open
1973 Scandinavian Open
1974 Czechoslovak Open German Open Polish Open Hungarian Open
1975 Czechoslovak Open USA Open Canada Open Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open
1976 Welsh Open
1978 Romanian Open
1979 Hungarian Open
1980 Yugoslav Open

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1972 Yugoslavia 1st ETTU Cup (GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb)
1974 Yugoslavia 1st Champions League (GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb)
1975 Yugoslavia 1st Champions League (GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb)
1976 Champions League (GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb)
1979 ETTU Cup (GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb)
1980 ETTU Cup (GSTK Vjesnik Zagreb)
1982 Germany 2nd (TSV Kronshagen)