João Monteiro

Born: 29/08/1983
Height: 180 cm
Nationality: Portuguese
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 29 (August 2015)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT MONTEIRO

João Monteiro was born 29 August, 1983 in Guarda, Portugal.
He is a 3-time European champion – once in doubles, mixed doubles and team events. In 2019, he won the bronze medals at the World Championships in the doubles event. On the professional circuit, Monteiro has won one title in doubles event. He is a 10-time Portuguese champion – 7 times in singles and 3 times in doubles event. On the club level, Monteiro has won 7 Portuguese First Division, four Italian Serie A and one French Pro A title.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

2019 Budapest (Doubles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

2011 Gdansk-Sopot (Team)
2013 Schwechat (Doubles)
2014 Lisbon (Team)
2015 Yekaterinburg (Doubles)
2016 Budapest (Mixed Doubles)
2017 Luxembourg (Team)
2019 Nantes (Team)
2021 Warsaw (Doubles)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

2015 Lisbon (Doubles)

EUROPE TOP 16

2016 Gondomar

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

2006 Chile Open
2008 Slovenia Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

2005 Chile Open
2006 Brazil Open
2007 Chile Open
2008 Polish Open
2009 Japan Open
2010 Polish Open
2011 German Open Brazil Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000 Vendas Novas (Singles)
2001 Azambuja (Singles)
2002 Viana do Castelo (Singles)
2003 Viana do Castelo (Singles & Doubles)
2004 Mafra (Singles & Doubles)
2005 Mafra (Doubles)
2006 Mafra (Singles) (Doubles)
2007 Gondomar (Singles)
2008 Mafra (Singles)

CLUB CHAMPONSHIPS

1998 Portugal 1st (Sporting Lisbon)
2000 Portugal 1st (Sporting Lisbon)
2001 Portugal 1st (Sporting Lisbon)
2002 Portugal 1st (Sporting Lisbon)
2003 Portugal 1st (Sporting Lisbon)
2005 Portugal 1st (São Roque)
2006 Portugal 1st (São Roque)
2008 Germany 1st (TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen)
2009 Italy 1st (Sterilgarda TT Castelgoffredo)
2010 Italy 1st (Sterilgarda TT Castelgoffredo)
2011 Germany 1st (1. FC Saarbrücken)
2012 Germany 1st (1. FC Saarbrücken)
2013 Germany 1st (1. FC Saarbrücken)
2016 France 1st (Chartres ASTT)
2017 France 1st (Chartres ASTT)
2018 Portugal 1st (Sporting Lisbon)
2019 Portugal 1st ETTU Cup (Sporting Lisbon)
2020 Italy 1st (Top Spin Messina)
2021 Italy 1st ETTU Cup (Top Spin Messina)