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เทเบิลเทนนิสชิงแชมป์โลก (World Table Tennis Champions)

เมื่อพูดถึงโกะหยูหัวแล้ว หลายคนก็คงจะสงสัยว่า ผู้ยิ่งใหญ่ในวงการปิงปองในอดีตมีใครกันบ้างแล้วได้แชมป์โลกกันคนละกี่ครั้ง ใครที่ได้แชมป์ 2 ครั้งขึ้นไปถือว่าสุดยอดครับไม่ได้มาเพราะโชคช่วย JO Waldner โก๊ะหยูหัว เจียงเจี๋ยเหลียง ได้มา 2 ครั้ง แต่ดูให้ดี Wang Liqin ได้มาแล้วถึง 3 ครั้งเขาผู้นี้ไม่ธรรมดาครับ

สถานที่จัดการแข่งขัน

  • 1926 – London
  • 1928 – Stockholm
  • 1929 – Budapest
  • 1930 – Berlin
  • 1931 – Budapest
  • 1932 – Prague
  • 1933 (January) – Baden
  • 1933 (December) – Paris
  • 1935 – Wembley
  • 1936 – Prague
  • 1937 – Baden
  • 1938 – Wembley
  • 1939 – Cairo
  • 1947 – Paris
  • 1948 – Wembley
  • 1949 – Stockholm
  • 1950 – Budapest
  • 1951 – Vienna
  • 1952 – Bombay
  • 1953 – Bucharest
  • 1954 – Wembley
  • 1955 – Utrecht
  • 1956 – Tokyo
  • 1957 – Stockholm
  • 1959 – Dortmund
  • 1961 – Beijing
  • 1963 – Prague
  • 1965 – Ljubljana
  • 1967 – Stockholm
  • 1969 – Munich
  • 1971 – Nagoya
  • 1973 – Sarajevo
  • 1975 – Calcutta
  • 1977 – Birmingham
  • 1979 – Pyongyang
  • 1981 – Novi Sad
  • 1983 – Tokyo
  • 1985 – Gothenburg
  • 1987 – New Delhi
  • 1989 – Dortmund
  • 1991 – Chiba City
  • 1993 – Gothenburg
  • 1995 – Tianjin
  • 1997 – Manchester
  • 1999 – Eindhoven – Individual
  • 2000 – Kuala Lumpur – Team
  • 2001 – Osaka
  • 2003 – Paris – Individual
  • 2004 – Doha – Team
  • 2005 – Shanghai – Individual
  • 2006 – Bremen – Team
  • 2007 – Zagreb – Individual
  • 2008 – Guangzhou – Team
  • 2009 – Yokohama – Individual
  • 2010 – Moscow – Team
  • 2011 – Rotterdam – Individual
  • 2012 – Dortmund – Team
  • 2013 – Paris – Individual
  • 2014 – Tokyo – Team
  • 2015 – Suzhou – Individual

ผลการแข่งขัน World Table Tennis Champions

No. City(Year) Singles Doubles
Men’s Women’s Men’s Women’s Mixed
51 Rotterdam(2011) China Zhang Jike China Ding Ning China Ma LongChina Xu Xin China Guo YueChina Li Xiaoxia China Zhang ChaoChina Cao Zhen
50 Yokohama(2009) China Wang Hao China Zhang Yining China Wang HaoChina Chen Qi China Li PingChina Cao Zhen
49 Zagreb(2007) China Wang Liqin China Guo Yue China Ma LinChina Chen Qi China Wang NanChina Zhang Yining China Wang LiqinChina Guo Yue
48 Shanghai(2005) China Zhang Yining China Kong LinghuiChina Wang Hao
47 Paris(2003) Austria Werner Schlager China Wang Nan China Wang LiqinChina Yan Sen China Ma LinChina Wang Nan
46 Osaka(2001) China Wang Liqin China Wang NanChina Li Ju ChinaQin ZhijianChina Yang Ying
45 Eindhoven(1999) China Liu Guoliang China Kong LinghuiChina Liu Guoliang China Ma LinChina Zhang Yingying
44 Manchester(1997) Sweden Jan-Ove Waldner China Deng Yaping China Deng YapingChina Yang Ying China Liu GuoliangChina Wu Na
43 Tianjin(1995) China Kong Linghui China Wang TaoChina Lü Lin China Deng YapingChina Qiao Hong China Wang TaoChina Liu Wei
42 Gothenburg(1993) France Jean-Philippe Gatien South Korea Hyun Jung-Hwa China Liu WeiChina Qiao Yunping
41 Chiba City(1991) Sweden Jörgen Persson China Deng Yaping Sweden Peter KarlssonSweden Thomas von Scheele China Chen ZiheChina Gao Jun
40 Dortmund(1989) Sweden Jan-Ove Waldner China Qiao Hong West Germany Jörg RoßkopfWest Germany Steffen Fetzner China Deng YapingChina Qiao Hong South Korea Yoo Nam-KyuSouth Korea Hyun Jung-Hwa
39 New Delhi(1987) China Jiang Jialiang China He Zhili China Chen LongcanChina Wei Qingguang South Korea Hyun Jung-HwaSouth Korea Yang Young-Ja ChinaHui JunChina Geng Lijuan
38 Gothenburg(1985) China Cao Yanhua Sweden Mikael AppelgrenSweden Ulf Carlsson ChinaDai LiliChina Geng Lijuan China Cai ZhenhuaChina Cao Yanhua
37 Tokyo(1983) China Guo Yuehua Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran KalinićSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin Šurbek ChinaDai LiliChina Shen Jianping China Guo YuehuaChina Ni Xialian
36 Novi Sad(1981) China Tong Ling China Cai ZhenhuaChina Li Zhenshi China Cao YanhuaChina Zhang Deying China Xie SaikeChina Huang Junqun
35 Pyongyang(1979) Japan Seiji Ono China Ge Xinai Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dragutin ŠurbekSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Anton Stipančić ChinaZhang DeyingChina Zhang Li ChinaLiang GeliangChina Ge Xinai
34 Birmingham(1977) Japan Mitsuru Kohno North Korea Pak Yung-Sun ChinaLi ZhenshiChina Liang Geliang North KoreaPak Yong-OkChina Yang Ying France Jacques SecrétinFrance Claude Bergeret
33 Calcutta(1975) Hungary István Jónyer Hungary István JónyerHungary Gabor Gergely Romania Maria AlexandruJapan Shoko Takahashi Soviet UnionStanislav GomozkovSoviet Union Tatiana Ferdman
32 Sarajevo(1973) China Xi Enting China Hu Yulan Sweden Stellan BengtssonSweden Kjell Johansson Romania Maria AlexandruJapan Miho Hamada China Liang GeliangChina Li Li
31 Nagoya(1971) Sweden Stellan Bengtsson China Lin Huiqing Hungary István JónyerHungary Tibor Klampár ChinaZheng MinzhiChina Lin Huiqing ChinaZhang XielinChina Lin Huiqing
30 Munich(1969) Japan Shigeo Itoh Japan Toshiko Kowada Sweden Hans AlserSweden Kjell Johansson Soviet UnionSvetlana GrinbergSoviet Union Zoja Rudnova Japan Nobuhiko HasegawaJapan Yasuko Konno
29 Stockholm(1967) Japan Nobuhiko Hasegawa Japan Sachiko Morisawa Japan Sachiko MorisawaJapan Shaeko Hirota Japan Nobuhiko HasegawaJapan Noriko Yamanaka
28 Ljubljana(1965) China Zhuang Zedong Japan Naoko Fukazu China Zhuang ZedongChina Xu Yinsheng ChinaZheng MinzhiChina Lin Huiqing Japan Koji KimuraJapan Masako Seki
27 Prague(1963) Japan Kimiyo Matsuzaki ChinaZhang XielinChina Wang Zhiliang Japan Kimiyo MatsuzakiJapan Masako Seki Japan Koji KimuraJapan Kazuko Ito
26 Beijing(1961) China Qiu Zhonghui Japan Koji KimuraJapan Nobuya Hoshino Romania Maria AlexandruRomania Georgita Pitica Japan Ichiro OgimuraJapan Kimiyo Matsuzaki
25 Dortmund(1959) China Rong Guotuan Japan Kimiyo Matsuzaki Japan Ichiro OgimuraJapan Teruo Murakami Japan Kazuko YamaizumiJapan Taeko Namba Japan Ichiro OgimuraJapan Fujie Eguchi
24 Stockholm(1957) Japan Toshiaki Tanaka Japan Fujie Eguchi Czechoslovakia Ivan AndreadisCzechoslovakia Ladislav Stipek Hungary Livia MossoczyHungary Agnes Simon
23 Tokyo(1956) Japan Ichiro Ogimura Japan Tomie Okawa Japan Ichiro OgimuraJapan Yoshio Tomita Romania Angelica RozeanuRomania Ella Zeller United States Erwin KleinUnited States Leah Neuberger
22 Utrecht(1955) Japan Toshiaki Tanaka Romania Angelica Rozeanu Czechoslovakia Ivan AndreadisCzechoslovakia Ladislav Stipek HungaryKálmán SzepesiHungary Eva Koczian
21 Wembley(1954) Japan Ichiro Ogimura Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko DolinarSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vilim Harangozo England Rosalind RoweEngland Diane Rowe Czechoslovakia Ivan AndreadisHungary Gizella Farkas
20 Bucharest(1953) Hungary Ferenc Sido Hungary Ferenc SidoHungary József Kóczián Romania Angelica RozeanuHungary Gizella Farkas Hungary Ferenc SidoRomania Angelica Rozeanu
19 Bombay(1952) Japan Hiroji Satoh JapanNorikazu FujiiJapan Tadaki Hayashi JapanShizuki NaraharaJapan Tomie Nishimura
18 Vienna(1951) England Johnny Leach Czechoslovakia Bohumil VanaCzechoslovakia Ivan Andreadis England Rosalind RoweEngland Diane Rowe Czechoslovakia Bohumil VanaRomania Angelica Rozeanu
17 Budapest(1950) England Richard Bergmann Hungary Ferenc SidoHungary Ferenc Soos Scotland Helen ElliotEngland Dora Beregi Hungary Ferenc SidoHungary Gizella Farkas
16 Stockholm(1949) England Johnny Leach Hungary Gizella Farkas Czechoslovakia Ivan AndreadisCzechoslovakia Frantisek Tokar Hungary Gizella FarkasScotland Helen Elliot
15 Wembley(1948) England Richard Bergmann Czechoslovakia Bohumil VanaCzechoslovakia Ladislav Stipek EnglandMargaret FranksEngland Vera Thomas United States Richard MilesUnited States Thelma Thall
14 Paris(1947) Czechoslovakia Bohumil Vana Czechoslovakia Bohumil VanaCzechoslovakia Adolf Slar Hungary Gizella FarkasAustria Gertrude Pritzi HungaryFerenc SoosHungary Gizella Farkas
13 Cairo(1939) England Richard Bergmann Czechoslovakia Vlasta Depetrisova England Viktor BarnaEngland Richard Bergmann Nazi Germany Gertrude PritziNazi Germany Hilde Bussmann Czechoslovakia Bohumil VanaCzechoslovakia Vera Votrubcova
12 Wembley(1938) Czechoslovakia Bohumil Vana Nazi Germany Gertrude Pritzi United StatesSol ShiffUnited States James McClure Czechoslovakia Vlasta DepetrisovaCzechoslovakia Vera Votrubcova Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Laszlo BellakEngland Wendy Woodhead
11 Baden(1937) Austria Richard Bergmann United States Ruth Aarons [a]Austria Gertrude Pritzi United States Robert BlattnerUnited States James McClure Czechoslovakia Bohumil VanaCzechoslovakia Vera Votrubcova
10 Prague(1936) Czechoslovakia Stanislav Kolář United States Ruth Aarons Czechoslovakia Marie KettnerováCzechoslovakia Marie Smidova Czechoslovakia Miloslav HamrCzechoslovakia Gertrude Kleinová
9 Wembley(1935) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor Barna Czechoslovakia Marie Kettnerová Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor BarnaKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Miklós Szabados Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária MednyánszkyKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Anna Sipos Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor BarnaKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Anna Sipos
8 Paris(1933) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Miklós SzabadosKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária Mednyánszky
7 Baden(1933) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Anna Sipos Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor BarnaKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Sándor Glancz Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) István KelenKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária Mednyánszky
6 Prague(1932) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor BarnaKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Miklós Szabados Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor BarnaKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Anna Sipos
5 Budapest(1931) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Miklós Szabados Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária Mednyánszky Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Miklós SzabadosKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária Mednyánszky
4 Berlin(1930) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Viktor Barna
3 Budapest(1929) England Fred Perry Weimar Republic Erika MetzgerWeimar Republic Mona Rüster Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) István KelenKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Anna Sipos
2 Stockholm(1928) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Zoltán Mechlovits AustriaAlfred LiebsterAustria Robert Thum Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária MednyánszkyAustria Fanchette Flamm Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Zoltán MechlovitsKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Mária Mednyánszky
1 London(1926) Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Roland Jacobi Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Roland JacobiKingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Daniel Pecsi
a.^ The champion of Woman’s Singles in 1937 was declared vacant due to time limit rule in force at the time. In 2001, it was decided to declared the two players Co-Champions.

ผลการแข่งขัน ประเภททีม

Ed. Year Host City Men’s Women’s
51 2012 Germany Dortmund China China
50 2010 Russia Moscow China Singapore
49 2008 China Guangzhou China China
48 2006 Germany Bremen China China
47 2004 Qatar Doha China China
46 2001 Japan Osaka China China
45 2000 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Sweden China
44 1997 England Manchester China China
43 1995 China Tianjin China China
42 1993 Sweden Gothenburg Sweden China
41 1991 Japan Chiba City Sweden Korea
40 1989 West Germany Dortmund Sweden China
39 1987 India New Delhi China China
38 1985 Sweden Gothenburg China China
37 1983 Japan Tokyo China China
36 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Novi Sad China China
35 1979 North Korea Pyongyang Hungary China
34 1977 England Birmingham China China
33 1975 India Calcutta China China
32 1973 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo Sweden South Korea
31 1971 Japan Nagoya China Japan
30 1969 West Germany Munich Japan Soviet Union
29 1967 Sweden Stockholm Japan Japan
28 1965 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana China China
27 1963 Czechoslovakia Prague China Japan
26 1961 China Beijing China Japan
25 1959 West Germany Dortmund Japan Japan
24 1957 Sweden Stockholm Japan Japan
23 1956 Japan Tokyo Japan Romania
22 1955 Netherlands Utrecht Japan Romania
21 1954 England Wembley Japan Japan
20 1953 Romania Bucharest England Romania
19 1952 India Bombay Hungary Japan
18 1951 Austria Vienna Czechoslovakia Romania
17 1950 Hungary Budapest Czechoslovakia Romania
16 1949 Sweden Stockholm Hungary United States
15 1948 England Wembley Czechoslovakia England
14 1947 France Paris Czechoslovakia England
13 1939 Kingdom of Egypt Cairo Czechoslovakia Germany
12 1938 England Wembley Hungary Czechoslovakia
11 1937 Austria Baden United States United States
10 1936 Czechoslovakia Prague Austria Austria Czechoslovakia
9 1935 England Wembley Hungary Czechoslovakia
8 1933 France Paris Hungary Germany
7 1933 Austria Baden Hungary
6 1932 Czechoslovakia Prague Czechoslovakia
5 1931 Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Budapest Hungary
4 1930 Weimar Republic Berlin Hungary
3 1929 Kingdom of Hungary (1920–1946) Budapest Hungary
2 1928 Sweden Stockholm Hungary
1 1926 England London Hungary
Total Team Count (~2012)
Rank Country Men Women Total
1 China 18 18 36
2 Japan 7 8 15
3 Hungary 12 0 12
4 Czechoslovakia 6 3 9
5 Sweden 5 0 5
Romania 0 5 5
7 United States 1 2 3
England 1 2 3
8 Germany 0 2 2
South Korea 0 2 [a] 2
11 Austria 1 0 1
North Korea 0 1 [a] 1
Singapore 0 1 1
Soviet Union 0 1 1
Total 51 45 96

a.^ ^ The women’s title in 1991 of United Korea team counts for both North Korea and South Korea.

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