Werner Schlager

Born: 28/09/1972
Height: 176 cm
Nationality: Austrian
Style: Right-handed, Shakehand
Best WR: 1 (June 2003)

NEWS & ARTICLES ABOUT SCHLAGER

Werner Schlager was born 28 September, 1972 in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.
A former World Ranking leader, Schlager won the 2003 World Championships in singles event. He is a 2-time European champion – once in doubles and mixed doubles events. Schlager twice won the European Top 16 tournaments. On professional circuit, he won 5 singles and 12 doubles titles in is career. On national level, Schlager is a 29-time Austrian champion – 12 times in singles and doubles events and 5 times in mixed doubles event. On club level, he won 14 Austrian Bundesliga and two Champions League titles.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

1999 Eindhoven (Singles)
2003 Paris (Singles)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

1998 Eindhoven (Doubles)
2000 Bremen (Doubles)
2002 Zagreb (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
2003 Courmayeur (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
2005 Aarhus (Doubles) (Team) (Mixed Doubles)
2007 Belgrade (Doubles)
2008 Saint Petersburg (Doubles) (Singles)
2009 Stuttgart (Singles)
2010 Ostrava (Singles)

WORLD CUP

1999 Xiaolan (Singles)
2007 Magdeburg (Team)
2010 Dubai (Team)

WORLD TOUR FINALS

1999 Sydney (Singles & Doubles)

EUROPEAN TOP 16

2000 Alassio
2003 SaarbrĂĽcken
2004 Frankfurt
2006 Copenhagen
2008 Frankfurt
2011 Liege

PROFESSIONAL TOUR SINGLES ACCOLADES

1995 Hungarian Open Polish Open
1996 Australian Open
1997 Malaysia Open
1999 English Open Croatia Open Australian Open
2000 USA Open Swedish Open Danish Open
2001 Brazil Open German Open
2002 Austrian Open Egypt Open USA Open Brazil Open Korea Open Polish Open Danish Open
2003 Qatar Open
2004 Croatia Open Egypt Open Brazil Open
2005 Croatia Open Korea Open
2006 Polish Open
2009 Japan Open

PROFESSIONAL TOUR DOUBLES ACCOLADES

1996 English Open USA Open Australian Open Yugoslav Open
1997 English Open Australian Open Polish Open
1998 Croatia Open Yugoslav Open
1999 Brazil Open Australian Open Czech Open
2000 USA Open Brazil Open Polish Open Danish Open
2001 Brazil Open Korea Open
2002 Austrian Open Brazil Open Korea Open
2003 Qatar Open Brazil Open German Open
2004 Croatia Open Egypt Open Brazil Open Russia Open
2005 Croatia Open Russia Open
2006 Croatia Open German Open Polish Open

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1990 KremsmĂĽnster (Doubles)
1991 Wolfsberg (Doubles)
1992 Dornbirn (Doubles) (Singles)
1993 Perg (Mixed Doubles)
1994 Eisenstadt (Mixed Doubles) (Doubles) (Singles)
1995 Innsbruck (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
1996 St. Pölten (Singles & Doubles)
1997 Rif/Hallein (Singles & Mixed Doubles) (Doubles)
1998 Vienna (Singles & Doubles)
1999 Judenburg (Singles & Doubles)
2000 Linz (Singles) (Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2001 Kapfenberg (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2002 Wolfsberg (Singles & Mixed Doubles)
2003 Perg (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
2004 Wolfurt (Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)
2005 Kufstein (Singles & Doubles) (Mixed Doubles)
2006 Stockerau (Singles & Doubles)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

1993 Austria 1st (SV Schwechat)
1994 Austria 1st (SV Schwechat)
1999 Austria 1st Champions League (TTV Hornstein)
2000 Austria 1st Champions League (SVS Niederösterreich)
2001 Austria 1st Champions League (SVS Niederösterreich)
2002 Austria 1st Champions League (SVS Niederösterreich)
2003 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)
2004 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)
2005 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)
2006 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)
2007 Austria 1st Champions League (SVS Niederösterreich)
2008 Austria 1st Champions League (SVS Niederösterreich)
2009 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)
2010 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)
2011 Austria 1st (SVS Niederösterreich)