Jörg Roßkopf

Born: 22/05/1969
Height: 181 cm
Nationality: German 
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 4 (November 1995)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT ROßKOPF

Jörg Roßkopf was born 22 May, 1969 in Dieburg, Germany.
In 1989, Roßkopf became a World Champion in doubles event. In 1998, he won the World Cup in singles event. Roßkopf is a 3-time European champion – once in singles, doubles & team event. On the national level, he won 16 German Championships – 8 in singles, 7 in doubles and one in mixed doubles event. On professional circuit, he won one singles and 5 doubles titles. On the club level Roßkopf won 9 Champions League titles, 7 German Bundesliga titles and two ETTU Cup titles.

OLYMPIC GAMES

1992 Barcelona (Doubles)
1996 Atlanta (Singles)

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1989 Dortmund (Doubles)
1993 Gothenburg (Team)
2004 Doha (Team)
2006 Bremen (Team)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1988 Paris (Singles)
1990 Gothenburg (Doubles & Team) (Singles)
1992 Stuttgart (Singles)
1994 Birmingham (Doubles)
1996 Bratislava (Doubles)
1998 Eindhoven (Doubles)
2000 Bremen (Team)
2003 Courmayeur (Team)
2007 Belgrade (Team)

WORLD CUP

1990 Seoul (Doubles)
1992 Las Vegas (Doubles)
1995 Nimes (Singles) Atlanta (Doubles)
1998 Shantou (Singles)
2001 Courmayeur (Singles)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

1996 Tianjin (Singles) (Doubles)
1997 Hong Kong (Doubles)

EUROPE TOP 16

1992 Vienna
1993 Copenhagen
2000 Alassio

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1990 English Open
1992 English Open
1994 Italian Open
1995 Austrian Open Swedish Open
1996 English Open
1997 English Open Japan Open
1999 Japan Open
2000 Polish Open Swedish Open
2005 Brazil Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1988 Yugoslav Open
1989 Austrian Open
1990 French Open Yugoslav Open English Open
1991 Swedish Open
1992 French Open English Open
1993 Swedish Open
1996 French Open
1997 Qatar Open China Open Austrian Open French Open
1998 Qatar Open Swedish Open
1999 Qatar Open
2001 English Open German Open Netherlands Open
2003 Qatar Open
2004 Russia Open
2007 Qatar Open Brazil Open
2009 USA Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985 Saarbrücken (Doubles)
1986 Stadtallendorf (Mixed Doubles)
1987 Berlin (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
1988 Duisburg (Singles & Doubles)
1989 Böblingen (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1990 Marburg (Singles & Doubles)
1991 Bayreuth (Singles & Doubles)
1992 Rostock (Singles) (Doubles)
1993 Münster (Singles & Doubles)
1996 Biefeld (Singles & Doubles)
1997 Berlin (Singles & Doubles)
2001 Böblingen (Singles & Doubles)
2003 Biefeld (Singles)
2005 Stadtallendorf (Singles & Doubles)
2008 Hamburg (Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1986 Germany 2nd (FTG Frankfurt)
1987 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1988 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1989 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1990 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1991 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1992 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1993 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1994 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1995 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1996 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1997 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1998 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1999 Germany 1st Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2000 Champions League (Borussia Düsseldorf)
2001 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2002 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2003 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2004 Germany 1st (TTV Gönnern)
2005 Champions League (TTV Gönnern)
2006 Champions League (TTV Gönnern)