Eberhard Schöler

Born: 22/12/1940
Height: 173 cm
Nationality: German 
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 2 (1969)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT SCHOLER

Eberhard Schöler was born 22 December, 1940 in Flatow, Germany (now Zlotow in Poland).
During his career, Schöler won several silver and bronze medals in World & European Championships. In 1969, he was ranked number two in the World Ranking. On the professional circuit, Schöler won 7 titles in singles and 3 titles in doubles event. He is also a 13-time German champion – 9 times in singles event, twice in mixed doubles and once in doubles event. On club level, Schöler had an illustrious career and won 12 German Bundesliga titles in his career.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1963 Prague (Team)
1965 Ljubljana (Singles)
1967 Stockholm (Singles)
1969 Munich (Singles & Team)
1971 Nagoya (Mixed Doubles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1962 Berlin (Mixed Doubles) (Singles & Doubles)
1964 Malmo (Singles)
1972 Rotterdam (Doubles)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1963 Yugoslav Open
1964 Welsh Open Belgian Open German Open
1965 English Open German Open Hungarian Open
1968 Romanian Open Netherlands Open
1969 English Open Belgian Open
1970 Czechoslovak Open German Open
1971 Scandinavian Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1962 Yugoslav Open
1964 Welsh Open Belgian Open
1965 German Open Scandinavian Open
1966 German Open
1969 Belgian Open Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1970 German Open
1972 German Open
1973 Czechoslovak Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1961 Wolfsburg (Doubles)
1962 Freiburg (Singles) (Doubles)
1963 Lübeck (Singles) (Mixed Doubles)
1964 Siegen (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1965 Wiesloch (Singles) (Doubles)
1966 Osnabrück (Singles) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1967 Berlin (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
1968 Böblingen (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1969 Hagen (Singles) (Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1970 Frankfurt am Main (Singles) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1971 Hannover (Singles) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1972 Karlsruhe (Singles) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1973 Munich (Mixed Doubles)
1974 Saarbrücken (Singles) (Doubles)
1976 Essen (Singles)
1977 Berlin (Mixed Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1962 Germany 1st (TuSA 06 Düsseldorf)
1963 Germany 1st (TuSA 06 Düsseldorf)
1964 Germany 1st (TuSA 06 Düsseldorf)
1965 Germany 1st (TuSA 06 Düsseldorf)
1967 Germany 1st (TuSA 06 Düsseldorf)
1968 Germany 1st (TuSA 06 Düsseldorf)
1969 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1970 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1971 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1972 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1974 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1975 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1976 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1977 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1978 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1979 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)