Csilla Batorfi

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Csilla Batorfi

BATORFI, Csilla (HUN)

Born: 03/03/1969 in Szombathely/HUN

Hungarian Sportswoman of the Year in 1986.
She was the first female player to compete at five Olympic Games (1988-2004).

Controlled top spin play, changing the pace and tempo of the rally were the hallmarks of her. Tactically very astute, the high thrown service with deft wrist skills to change the spin on the ball, set her apart from all others of her era.

Achievements / European Championships:
2000 European Champion in Women’s Teams
2000 European Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Krisztina Toth/HUN)
1994 European Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Krisztina Toth/HUN)
1994 European Champion in Mixed Doubles (with Zoran Primorac/YUG)
1990 European Champion in Women’s Teams
1990 European Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Gabriella Wirth/HUN)
1988 European Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Edit Urban/HUN)
1986 European Champion in Women’s Teams
1986 European Champion in Women’s Singles

EUROPE TOP 12: Winner in 1987 / 1992 / 2001

Hungarian National Championships:
1st place in Women’s Singles: 1990 / 1992 / 1993
1st place in Women’s Doubles: 1985 / 1988 / 1989 / 1992 / 1993 / 1994 / 1995 / 1996 / 1998 / 1999
1st place in Mixed Doubles: 1993

Best ranking:
ITTF: 7th 1986
ETTU: 1st 1986

Skills

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July 1, 2015