Angelica Rozeanu

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Angelica Rozeanu

ROZEANU (ADELSTEIN), Angelica (ROU)

Born: 15/10/1921 in Bukarest/ROU
Deceased: 21/02/2006 in Haifa/ISRAEL

ITTF Hall of Fame: Induction 1995
International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame: Induction 1981

Nerves of steel, she was renowned for solid defence and quick attack. Born in Bucharest, she started to play table tennis when nine years old. During the Second World War, being Jewish, for five years she was not allowed to play table tennis. In 1945 it was very much starting again for her.

Achievements / World Championships:
1st place in Women’s Singles: 1950 / 1951 / 1952 / 1953 / 1954 / 1955
1st place in Women’s Doubles:
1953 with Gizella Farkas/HUN
1955 with Ella Zeller/ROU
1956 with Ella Zeller/ROU
1st place in Mixed Doubles:
1951 with Bohumil Vana/CZE
1952 with Ferenc Sido/HUN
1953 with Ferenc Sido/HUN
1st place in Women’s Teams: 1950 / 1951 / 1953 / 1955 / 1956

Achievements / European Championships:
1958 European Champion in Womens‘ Doubles with Ella Zeller/ROU
1960 European Champion in Women’s Doubles with Maria Alexandru/ROU

International Championships:
Austria: 1955
France: 1955
Italy: 1955
Romania: 1947 – 1954
Sweden: 1954 + 1955
Yugoslavia: 1954 / 1955 / 1957 / 1960

Romanian National Championships:
1st place in Women’s Singles: 1936 -1940, 1945 – 1956
1st place in Women’s Doubles: 1936 / 1938 / 1939 / 1946 / 1947 / 1948 / 1953 / 1954 / 1955 / 1956 / 1958
1st place in Mixed Doubles: 1946 – 1950, 1952 / 1953 / 1954

Best rankings:
1951 – 1955: 1st place ITTF
1958: 3rd place ETTU

Skills

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July 1, 2015