Ella Zeller-Constantinescu

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Ella Zeller-Constantinescu

ZELLER-CONSTANTINESCU, Ella (ROU)

Born: 26/11/1933 in Moldova Noua/ROU

ITTF Hall of Fame: Induction 1995
ETTU Honorary member; ETTU Vice President 1988-1992.

Reliable, Ella Zeller Constantinescu excelled at any sport which involved a ball; notably she excelled at handball, volleyball and basketball. She played at the Institute of Sports and Physical Culture in Bucharest; the same club as Angelica Rozeanu.

Achievements / World Championships:
1953 World Champion in Women’s Teams
1955 World Champion in Women’s Teams
1955 World Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Angelica Rozeanu/ROU)
1956 World Champion in Women’s Teams
1956 World Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Angelica Rozeanu/ROU)
1952 Vice World Champion in Women’s Teams
1957 Vice World Champion in Women’s Teams
1963 Vice World Champion in Women’s Teams

Achievements / European Championships:
1958 European Champion in Women’s Doubles (with Angelica Rozeanu/ROU)
1958 Vice European Champion in Women’s Teams
1964 Vice European Champion in Women‘s Doubles (with Maria Alexandru/ROU)

International Championships:
1st place in Women’s Singles:
Italy: 1957
Romania: 1957

Romanian National Championships:
1st place in Women’s Singles: 1957 – 1961
1st place in Women’s Doubles: 1953 – 1956, 1958 – 1961, 1963 – 1965
1st place in Mixed Doubles: 1952, 1956 – 1959, 1961, 1963

Best rankings:
ITTF: 2nd place in 1965
ETTU: 2nd place in 1964

Skills

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July 6, 2015