Milan Orlowski

Born: 07/09/1952
Height: 175 cm
Nationality: Czechoslovak/Czech
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 3 (August 1974)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT ORLOWSKI

Milan Orlowski was born 7 September, 1952 in Prague, Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic).
In 1985, he reached the final of World Championships in doubles event. Orlowski is a 3-time European champion, once in singles, doubles and mixed doubles event. He twice won the Europe Top 16 tournament in his career. On the professional circuit, Orlowski won 3 titles in singles and 9 titles in doubles event. On the club level, he won 3 Champions League titles and 3 Czechoslovak League titles.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1985 Gothenburg (Doubles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1972 Rotterdam (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1974 Novi Sad (Singles) (Mixed Doubles)
1976 Prague (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1978 Duisburg (Doubles)
1980 Bern (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1982 Budapest (Team)
1986 Prague (Mixed Doubles)

EUROPE TOP 16

1974 Trollhättan
1977 Sarajevo
1978 Prague
1982 Nantes
1983 Cleveland

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1972 Welsh Open
1973 Czechoslovak Open
1974 German Open Welsh Open Polish Open Belgian Open Scandinavian Open
1975 Welsh Open Czechoslovak Open Hungarian Open
1977 Scandinavian Open
1978 French Open Yugoslav Open
1979 Welsh Open
1980 Netherlands Open
1982 German Open Italian Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1971 Czechoslovak Open
1972 Czechoslovak Open English Open Welsh Open Scandinavian Open French Open
1974 German Open Welsh Open Polish Open
1975 Welsh Open Hungarian Open Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open
1976 Romanian Open Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open
1977 Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1978 French Open Scandinavian Open Yugoslav Open
1979 Czechoslovak Open Welsh Open Hungarian Open French Open
1980 Netherlands Open
1982 Italian Open
1983 Welsh Open
1985 Scandinavian Open

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1974 Czechoslovakia 1st (Sparta Prague)
1975 Champions League (Sparta Prague)
1976 Czechoslovakia 1st (Sparta Prague)
1977 Czechoslovakia 1st Champions League (Sparta Prague)
1978 Champions League (Sparta Prague)
1984 Germany 2nd (TTBG Bayreuth)
1987 Germany 2nd (TTBG Bayreuth)
1988 Germany 1st (TTC Jülich)
2005 Germany 3rd (Post SV Mühlhausen)
2006 Germany 3rd (Post SV Mühlhausen)
2007 Germany 3rd (Post SV Mühlhausen)
2009 Germany 2nd (Post SV Mühlhausen)
2010 Germany 2nd (Post SV Mühlhausen)
2012 Germany 4th (Post SV Mühlhausen II)
2013 Germany 4th (Post SV Mühlhausen II)