Peter Rozsas

Born: 1943
Height: 170 cm
Nationality: Hungarian 
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 20 (1964)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT ROZSAS

Peter Rozsas was born in 1943, in Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary (now Hungary).
He is a 2-time European champion – once in doubles and mixed doubles events. Rozsas is a 5-time Hungarian champion – three times in mixed doubles and once, in singles and doubles events. On professional circuit, he won two singles and doubles titles in his career. On club level, Rozsas won 12 Hungarian Extraliga, two ETTU Cup and one Champions League title.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1961 Beijing (Team)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1964 Stockholm (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1966 London (Mixed Doubles)
1972 Rotterdam (Doubles)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1960 Hungarian Open Yugoslav Open Bulgaria Open
1961 Scandinavian Open
1962 Austrian Open
1964 Netherlands Open
1967 English Open
1968 English Open
1972 Belgian Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1960 Bulgaria Open
1962 Romanian Open Austrian Open Hungarian Open
1963 Hungarian Open
1964 German Open English Open Austrian Open
1967 English Open
1971 Yugoslav Open
1972 Romanian Open English Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1962 Budapest (Singles) (Doubles)
1963 Budapest (Mixed Doubles) (Singles & Doubles)
1964 Budapest (Mixed Doubles) (Singles & Doubles)
1966 Budapest (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1967 Budapest (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1968 Budapest (Singles) (Mixed Doubles)
1969 Budapest (Doubles)
1970 Budapest (Doubles)
1971 Budapest (Doubles)
1973 Budapest (Doubles)
1974 Budapest (Singles & Doubles)
1975 Budapest (Singles)
1976 Budapest (Singles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1958 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1959 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1960 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1961 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1962 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1963 Hungary 1st Champions League (BVSC)
1964 Hungary 1st Champions League (BVSC)
1965 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1966 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1967 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1968 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1969 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1970 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1971 Hungary 1st ETTU Cup (BVSC)
1972 Hungary 1st ETTU Cup (BVSC)
1973 Hungary 1st ETTU Cup (BVSC)
1974 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1975 Hungary 1st ETTU Cup (BVSC)
1976 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1977 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1978 Hungary 1st (BVSC)
1979 Hungary 1st (BVSC)