Hans Alser

Born: 23/01/1942
Died: 15/01/1977
Height: 173 cm
Nationality: Swedish
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 3 (1970)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT ALSER

Hans Alser was born 23 January, 1942 in Boras town, Sweden.
He was a 2-time European singles champion, 4-time European champion in team competitions. Alser won two gold medals at the World Championships in doubles event. He also won the doubles event in the Swedish Championships for 10 straight years from 1963 to 1972. Alser won 7 singles and 12 doubles titles on the professional tour circuit in his career. With Mariestads BolS club, Alser won 3 straight Swedish Pingisigan championships from 1968 to 1970. In total, he won 5 league titles during his career.
He died 15 January 1977 in a plane crash nearby Stockholm.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1959 Dortmund (Doubles)
1963 Prague (Team)
1967 Stockholm (Doubles) (Team)
1969 Munich (Doubles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1960 Zagreb (Team)
1962 Berlin (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Team)
1964 Malmo (Team) (Doubles)
1966 London (Doubles & Team)
1968 Lyon (Team) (Doubles) (Singles)
1970 Moscow (Singles & Team) (Doubles)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1958 Scandinavian Open
1959 Scandinavian Open Netherlands Open
1961 Welsh Open English Open Belgian Open
1962 Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open Polish Open
1963 Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1964 Netherlands Open
1965 Czechoslovak Open Netherlands Open Polish Open
1967 East German Open Scandinavian Open
1968 Yugoslav Open
1969 Hungarian Open
1970 Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1960 Scandinavian Open
1961 Welsh Open Scandinavian Open English Open Belgian Open
1962 Scandinavian Open Polish Open
1963 Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1965 Czechoslovak Open Netherlands Open Polish Open Scandinavian Open
1966 Swedish Open Austrian Open
1967 Czechoslovak Open East German Open
1969 English Open Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open
1970 German Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1957 Linköping (Doubles)
1958 Helsingborg (Singles)
1959 Stockholm (Singles)
1960 BorĂĄs  (Singles) (Doubles)
1961 Eskilstuna (Singles) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1962 Karlskrona (Mixed Doubles)
1963 Stockholm (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1964 Halmstad (Doubles) (Singles)
1965 Norrköping (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1966 Mölndal (Doubles) (Singles) (Mixed Doubles)
1967 Borlänge (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1968 BorĂĄs (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1969 Uppsala (Doubles) (Singles)
1970 Linköping (Singles & Doubles)
1971 Kristianstad (Doubles) (Singles)
1972 Trollhättan (Doubles) (Singles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1962 Sweden 1st (Norrby IF)
1965 Sweden 1st (Leksbergs BTK)
1966 Sweden 1st (Leksbergs BTK)
1967 Sweden 1st (Leksbergs BTK)
1968 Sweden 1st (Mariestads BolS)
1969 Sweden 1st (Mariestads BolS)
1970 Sweden 1st (Mariestads BolS)
1971 Sweden 1st (Mariestads BolS)
1973 Sweden 1st (Mölndals BTK)
1974 Sweden 1st (Mölndals BTK)