Stellan Bengtsson

Born: 26/07/1952
Height: 167 cm
Nationality: Swedish 
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 1 (February 1973)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT BENGTSSON

Stellan Bengtsson was born 26 July, 1952 in Falkenbergs, Sweden.
He is a 3-time World champion – once in singles, doubles and team events. Bengtsson is a 7-time European champion, 5 times in team, once in singles and doubles events. In 1973 and 1980, he won the Europe Top 16 tournament. On the professional circuit, Bengtsson won 8 titles in singles and 8 titles in doubles event. On the national level, Bengtsson won 19 Swedish titles – 8 times in mixed doubles, 7 times in singles and 4 times in doubles event. On the club level, he won 6 Swedish Pingisligan titles and two German Bundesliga titles in his career.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1971 Nagoya (Singles)
1973 Sarajevo (Doubles & Team)
1975 Kolkata (Team)
1977 Birmingham (Doubles & Team)
1981 Novi Sad (Singles)
1983 Tokyo (Team)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1968 Lyon (Team)
1970 Moscow (Team) (Singles)
1972 Netherlands (Singles & Team) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1974 Novi Sad (Team) (Doubles)
1976 Prague (Doubles) (Team)
1980 Bern (Team) (Singles)

EUROPE TOP 16

1972 Zagreb
1973 Böblingen
1974 Trollhättan
1976 LĂĽbeck
1978 Prague
1980 Munich
1981 Miskolc

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1970 Netherlands Open Scandinavian Open
1971 French Open Yugoslav Open
1972 English Open German Open French Open
1973 Czechoslovak Open Hungarian Open
1974 German Open Hungarian Open
1975 USA Open Canada Open Hungarian Open Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open
1976 Welsh Open
1977 Czechoslovak Open
1979 Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1981 Welsh Open Belgian Open
1985 Czechoslovak Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1970 English Open Netherlands Open
1971 English Open French Open Yugoslav Open Scandinavian Open
1972 German Open Scandinavian Open French Open
1973 Czechoslovak Open Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1974 Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1975 Canada Open Hungarian Open Scandinavian Open
1976 Welsh Open Scandinavian Open
1977 Czechoslovak Open
1978 Yugoslav Open
1981 Welsh Open Czechoslovak Open Yugoslav Open
1985 Czechoslovak Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970 Linköping (Singles & Doubles)
1971 Kristianstad (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1972 Trollhättan (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1973 Sundsvall (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1974 Kalmar (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1975 Stockholm (Singles) (Doubles)
1976 Ă–rebro (Mixed Doubles) (Singles & Doubles)
1977 Karlskrona (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1978 Gothenburg (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1979 LuleĂĄ (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1980 Karlstad (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1982 Katrineholm (Doubles) (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
1983 Uppsala (Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1986 Ă–stersund (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1971 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1972 Sweden 1st Champions League (Falkenbergs BTK)
1974 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1975 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1976 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1977 Sweden 1st Champions League (Falkenbergs BTK)
1979 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1980 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1981 Germany 1st (TTC JĂĽlich)
1983 Germany 1st (ATSV SaarbrĂĽcken)
1984 Germany 1st ETTU Cup (ATSV SaarbrĂĽcken)
1986 Sweden 1st (Falkenbergs BTK)
1989 Germany 2nd (ATSV SaarbrĂĽcken II)