Torben Wosik

Born: 08/10/1973
Height: 168 cm
Nationality: German 
Style: Left-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 25 (June 2003)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT WOSIK

Torben Wosik was born 8 October, 1973 in Hamm, Germany.
Wosik won several silver medals at the World & European Championships during his career. On national level, he has won 13 German Championships – 6 in mixed doubles, 5 in doubles and two in singles event. On the club level, Wosik has won 4 German Bundesliga and one ETTU Cup title in his career.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

2004 Doha (Team)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1990 Gothenburg (Team)
2000 Bremen (Team)
2002 Zagreb (Team)
2003 Courmayeur (Singles & Team)

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1999 Swedish Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1997 French Open
2002 Brazil Open
2003 Qatar Open
2004 Croatia Open
2005 Brazil Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1990 Marburg (Singles)
1991 Bayreuth (Singles)
1992 Rostock (Singles)
1993 Münster (Mixed Doubles)
1995 Böblingen (Doubles) (Mixed Doubles) (Singles)
1996 Biefeld (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1998 Saarbrücken (Mixed Doubles) (Singles) (Doubles)
1999 Augsburg (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
2000 Magdeburg (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2001 Böblingen (Doubles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
2002 Koblenz (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2003 Biefeld (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
2004 Cottbus (Doubles) (Singles)
2005 Stadtallendorf (Singles)
2006 Minden (Singles)
2007 Chemnitz (Singles)
2008 Hamburg (Singles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1988 Germany 2nd (Borussia Düsseldorf II)
1989 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1990 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1991 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1992 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1993 Germany 1st (Borussia Düsseldorf)
1994 Germany 1st (Spvg Steinhagen)
1995 ETTU Cup (Super Donic Berlin)
1997 Germany 1st (TTF Bad Honnef)
1998 ETTU Cup (TTF Bad Honnef)
1999 ETTU Cup (TTF Bad Honnef)
2000 Germany 1st (TTF Bad Honnef)
2002 Germany 1st (TTC Frickenhausen)
2005 Germany 1st (TTC Frickenhausen)
2006 Germany 1st (TTC Frickenhausen)
2008 France 1st ETTU Cup (Les Loups d’Angers)
2009 France 1st (Les Loups d’Angers)
2011 Germany 2nd (TTC Frickenhausen)
2018 Germany 3rd (Hertha BSC)
2020 Germany 3rd (Hertha BSC)