Leszek Kucharski

Born: 08/07/1959
Height: 193 cm
Nationality: Polish 
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 11 (September 1986)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT KUCHARSKI

Leszek Kucharski was born 8 July, 1959 in Gdansk, Poland.
He is a 11-time Polish champion – 6 times in doubles, three times in mixed doubles and twice, in singles event. On professional circuit, Kucharski won two singles and 6 doubles titles in his career. On club level, he won 12 Polish Superliga and one Champions League title.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985 Gothenburg (Team)
1987 New Delhi (Doubles)
1989 Dortmund (Doubles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1984 Moscow (Team)
1986 Prague (Singles)
1988 Paris (Doubles)

WORLD CUP

1990 Seoul (Doubles)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1981 Italian Open
1984 Netherlands Open
1985 Czechoslovak Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1978 Polish Open
1980 Scandinavian Open French Open English Open
1981 Welsh Open Czechoslovak Open Italian Open Belgian Open
1984 Polish Open
1985 Welsh Open Czechoslovak Open
1986 Yugoslav Open
1987 Swedish Open
1988 English Open German Open Yugoslav Open
1989 Swedish Open
1990 Yugoslav Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1976 Lublin (Doubles)
1978 Stalowa Wola (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1979 Wroclaw (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1980 Gdansk (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1981 Zawiercie (Doubles) (Singles) (Mixed Doubles)
1982 Rzeszow (Doubles)
1984 Warsaw (Doubles)
1985 Gorzow Wielkopolski (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1986 Warsaw (Singles)
1987 Zawiercie (Singles) (Doubles)
1988 Gdansk (Doubles) (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
1989 Częstochowa (Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1991 Olkusz (Singles) (Mixed Doubles)
1992 Jastrzębie-Zdroj (Singles)
1993 Libiaz (Singles & Doubles)
1994 Brzeg Dolny (Singles & Doubles)
1995 Katowice (Mixed Doubles)
1996 Brzeg Dolny (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1998 Ostroda (Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1977 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1978 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1979 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1980 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1981 Poland 1st Champions League (AZS Gdańsk)
1982 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1983 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1984 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1985 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk) Champions League (AZS Gdańsk)
1986 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1987 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1992 Poland 1st (Baildon Katowice)
1993 Poland 1st (Euromirex Radom)
1994 Poland 1st (Euromirex Radom)
1995 Poland 1st (Euromirex Radom)
1996 Poland 1st (AZS Gdańsk)
1997 Poland 1st (Pogoń Lębork)
1998 Poland 1st (Pogoń Lębork)
1999 Poland 1st (Olimpia Grudziądz)
2000 Poland 1st (Odra Głoska Księginice)