Kalinikos Kreanga

Born: 08/03/1972
Height: 168 cm
Nationality: Romanian/Greek
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 7 (September 2002)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT KREANGA

Kalinikos Kreanga (born Călin Creangă) was born 8 March, 1972 in Bistrita, Romania. Since 1991, he represented Greece on the international arena.
He is a 2-time European champion – once in doubles and mixed doubles events. In 2011, Kreanga won the European Top 16 tournament. On professional circuit, he won three singles and two doubles titles in his career. On club level, Kreanga has won 4 French Pro A titles, three Belgian Super Division titles, as well as one German Bundesliga, Austrian Bundesliga and Champions League title.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1991 Chiba (Mixed Doubles)
2003 Paris (Singles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1988 Paris (Mixed Doubles)
1992 Stuttgart (Mixed Doubles)
1994 Birmingham (Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1996 Bratislava (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1998 Eindhoven (Doubles)
2000 Bremen (Doubles)
2002 Zagreb (Singles)
2005 Aarhus (Doubles) (Singles)

WORLD CUP

2003 Jiangyin (Singles)
2004 Hangzhou (Singles)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

2002 Stockholm (Singles)

EUROPEAN TOP 16

1999 Split
2007 Arezzo
2009 Düsseldorf
2010 Düsseldorf
2011 Liege

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1991 Polish Open Czechoslovak Open
1997 French Open
1998 Lebanon Open
1999 Qatar Open Australian Open
2001 Croatia Open Danish Open
2002 Japan Open German Open
2004 Chile Open Russia Open
2005 Russia Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1991 Hungarian Open
1997 Yugoslav Open
1999 Australian Open
2001 USA Open
2003 Qatar Open
2004 Russia Open
2005 Russia Open

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1999 Austria 1st Champions League (TTV Hornstein)
2000 Germany 1st (TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen)
2001 Germany 1st (TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen)
2002 Germany 1st (TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen)
2005 France 1st ETTU Cup (GV Hennebont)
2006 France 1st (GV Hennebont)
2007 France 1st (GV Hennebont)
2009 France 1st Champions League (GV Hennebont)
2010 France 1st (GV Hennebont)
2012 France 1st ETTU Cup (GV Hennebont)
2015 France 1st (GV Hennebont)
2018 Belgium 1st (PW Diest)
2019 Belgium 1st (PW Diest)
2020 Belgium 1st (PW Diest)