Danny Heister

Born: 18/11/1971
Height: 185 cm
Nationality: Dutch
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 16 (January 2003)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT HEISTER

Danny Heister was born 18 November, 1971 in Zevenaar, Netherlands.
During his career, Heister participated in 3 Olympic Games (1996, 2000, 2004). On the professional circuit, he won his only doubles title in 1999. On the national level, Heister has won the Dutch champion title 32 times – 16 in doubles, 11 in singles and 5 times in mixed doubles event. On the club level, he has won 8 German Bundesliga titles, 4 Dutch Eredivisie titles and one ETTU Cup title.

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1998 Eindhoven (Team)
2002 Zagreb (Doubles)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1997 French Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1997 English Open French Open
1999 English Open Brazil Open
2000 Japan Open French Open
2001 German Open
2002 USA Open German Open Polish Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1989 Netherlands (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1991 Netherlands (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
1992 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
1993 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
1994 Netherlands (Doubles)
1995 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
1997 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
1998 Netherlands (Singles)
1999 Netherlands (Doubles)
2000 Netherlands (Doubles)
2001 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
2002 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
2003 Netherlands (Singles & Doubles)
2004 Netherlands (Doubles)
2005 Netherlands (Doubles)
2006 Netherlands (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2007 Netherlands (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2008 Netherlands (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1990 Netherlands 1st (TTV Tempo-Team)
1991 Netherlands 1st (TTV Tempo-Team)
1995 Germany 2nd (FC Würzburger Kickers)
2001 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2002 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2003 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2004 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2005 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2006 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2007 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2008 Netherlands 1st (Feijenoord van Teylingen)
2009 Netherlands 1st (Feijenoord van Teylingen)
2011 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2012 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2015 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2016 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2017 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2018 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2021 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2022 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)