Tage Flisberg

Born: 12/10/1917
Died: 03/05/1989
Height: 186 cm
Nationality: Swedish 
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 3 (September 1954)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT FLISBERG

Tage Flisberg was born 12 October, 1917 in Norrköping, Sweden.
He reached the final of singles event at the 1954 World Championships. On the national level, Flisberg is the most accomplished Swedish player with 29 Swedish Championships titles – 14 in doubles, 13 in singles and two in mixed doubles event. On the club level, he won 14 Swedish Pingisligan titles during his career.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1949 Stockholm (Doubles)
1954 London (Singles)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1955 Scandinavian Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1954 Scandinavian Open
1955 Scandinavian Open
1957 French Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1933 Gothenburg (Doubles)
1935 Malmö (Doubles) (Singles)
1936 Stockholm (Singles & Doubles)
1937 Linköping (Doubles)
1938 Huskvarna (Singles & Doubles)
1939 Gothenburg (Singles) (Doubles)
1940 Örebro (Singles & Doubles)
1941 Malmö (Singles) (Doubles)
1942 Stockholm (Doubles)
1943 Stockholm (Doubles) (Singles)
1945 Jönköping (Singles & Doubles)
1946 Gothenburg (Singles & Doubles)
1947 Linköping (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1948 Malmö (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1949 Uppsala (Mixed Doubles)
1950 Stockholm (Singles) (Doubles)
1951 Gothenburg (Singles)
1952 Västerås  (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1953 Sundsvall (Singles & Doubles)
1954 Borås (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
1955 Stockholm (Singles)
1956 Malmö (Singles)
1957 Linköping (Singles)
1958 Helsingborg (Singles) (Doubles)
1961 Eskilstuna (Doubles)
1962 Karlskrona (Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1935 Sweden 1st (IFK Norrköping)
1937 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1938 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1939 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1940 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1941 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1942 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1943 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1944 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1947 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1948 Sweden 1st (BK Wirgo)
1950 Sweden 1st (BK Olympic)
1952 Sweden 1st (Mariedals IK)
1958 Sweden 1st (Parca BoIS)