Alexey Smirnov (table tennis)

Alexey Smirnov
Personal information
Full name Alexey Smirnov
Nationality  Russia
Born (1977-10-09) October 9, 1977
Tolyatti, USSR
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 69 kg (152 lb)

Alexey Smirnov (born October 9, 1977) is a male table tennis player from Russia. Since 2003 he won several medals in doubles events in the Table Tennis European Championships. He also won the gold medal at the Europe Top-12 in 2005 at Rennes.[1]

He is also a multiple Russian national champion – four times in Men Singles and five in Men Doubles. He was also part of the winning cadet European Youth Championship team in 1992, as well as being the winner of the men's singles, the men's doubles and the mixed doubles at the junior level at the 1995 European Youth Championships.[1] He also won the junior men's doubles at the 1994 European Youth Championships.[1]

In May 2011 he qualified for the London 2012 Olympic Games via his world ranking for June 2011.[2] He reached the last 32 where he was beaten by Jiang Tianyi.[3] The Russian men's team lost to the eventual winners, China, in the first round.[4]

Career records

Singles (as of 4 October 2014)[1]

Men's Doubles

Mixed Doubles


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