Jean-Michel Saive

Born: 17/11/1969
Height: 181 cm
Nationality: Belgian 
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 1 (March 1996)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT SAIVE

Jean-Michel Saive was born 17 November, 1969 in Liege, Belgium.
A former World Ranking leader, Saive was known for his longevity – he retired from professional sport at the age of 48. During his career, he won several silver medals at the World & European Championship. In 1994, he became the European champion in singles event. The same year, he won the Europe Top 16 tournament. On the professional circuit, Saive won 6 singles and two doubles titles in his career. On the national level, Saive is a 25-time Belgian champion in singles event. On the club level, he is a 25-time Belgian Super Division winner and a 7-time Champions League winner.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1993 Gothenburg (Singles)
2001 Osaka (Team)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1990 Gothenburg (Mixed Doubles)
1992 Stuttgart (Singles)
1994 Birmingham (Singles) (Doubles)
2005 Aarhus (Singles)

WORLD CUP

1994 Taipei (Singles)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

1997 Hong Kong (Singles)
2001 Hainan (Singles)
2005 Fuzhou (Singles)

EUROPE TOP 16

1993 Copenhagen
1994 Arezzo
1995 Dijon
1996 Charleroi
2001 Wels
2008 Frankfurt

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1989 USA Open
1993 China Open
1996 English Open Qatar Open
1997 English Open Brazil Open Malaysia Open
1998 Croatia Open USA Open
1999 Czech Open
2000 Croatia Open
2001 Qatar Open Brazil Open USA Open
2002 Egypt Open Qatar Open
2003 Malaysia Open
2004 Egypt Open Austrian Open
2005 Chile Open Swedish Open
2010 Morocco Open
2011 Morocco Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1996 English Open
1998 Croatia Open USA Open
1999 Brazil Open French Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985 Belgium (Singles)
1986 Belgium (Singles)
1987 Belgium (Singles)
1988 Belgium (Singles)
1989 Belgium (Singles)
1992 Belgium (Singles)
1993 Belgium (Singles)
1994 Belgium (Singles)
1995 Belgium (Singles)
1996 Belgium (Singles)
1997 Belgium (Singles)
1998 Belgium (Singles)
1999 Belgium (Singles)
2000 Belgium (Singles)
2001 Belgium (Singles)
2002 Belgium (Singles)
2004 Belgium (Singles)
2005 Belgium (Singles)
2006 Belgium (Singles)
2007 Belgium (Singles)
2008 Belgium (Singles)
2009 Belgium (Singles)
2011 Enghien (Singles)
2012 Enghien (Singles)
2013 Antwerp (Singles)
2014 Andenne (Singles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1990 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1991 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1992 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1993 Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1994 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1995 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1996 Germany 1st (TTF Bad Honnef) Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1997 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1998 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
1999 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2000 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2001 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2002 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2003 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2004 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2005 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2007 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2008 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2009 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2010 Belgium 1st Champions League (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2011 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2012 Belgium 1st (Royal Villette Charleroi)
2013 Belgium 1st (Logis Auderghem)
2014 Belgium 1st (Logis Auderghem)
2016 Belgium 1st (Logis Auderghem)
2017 Belgium 1st (Logis Auderghem)