Timo Boll Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Timo Boll is a German expert table tennis player. He is presently playing for Borussia Düsseldorf. Already, he has played for TSV Höchst (1986 to 1994), FTG Frankfurt (1994 to 1995) and for TTV Gönnern (1995 to 2007). On 1 July 2007, his three-year contract started with Borussia Düsseldorf.

He is positioned second in the German Table Tennis National League, and tenth in the ITTF world rankings as of July 2021. He positions among the best German table tennis players ever, having positioned world No. 1 out of 2003, 2011, and in March 2018. His ongoing positioning is #14 as of August 2022. He is viewed as one of the best Table tennis players of this age.


What is Timo Boll Famous For? Being a German expert tennis player. Playing for the club, Borussia Düsseldorf, a table tennis Bundesliga group from the North Rhine-Westphalian state capital of Düsseldorf. Who are Timo Boll Parents? Timo Boll took birth on eighth March 1981 which makes him the current age of 41 starting around 2022. He is from Erbach, Germany. He is German by identity and his nationality is German-White.

Celebrated Name Timo Boll
Nick Name Timo Boll
Birth Name Timo Boll
Birth Date 1981-03-08
Gender Male
Birth Nation Germany
Nationality German
Place Of Birth Erback
Mother Gudrun Boll
Horoscope Pisces
Religion Christian
Net Worth $7 Million
Source of Wealth
Sexual Orientation Straight
Weight 72 KG
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown

His dad, Wolfgang Boll is a financial specialist and a mentor though his mom’s name is Gudrun Boll. He is the lone offspring of his folks. He was exceptionally energetic about table tennis since the beginning. At the point when he was only 4, his dad began training his table tennis and he became one of the splendid players in his gathering. He intrigued everybody with his table tennis execution when he was only six because of which he was chosen at the affiliation level to play for TSV Hochst. At the point when he was 10, a famous Hessen scout Helmut Hampel found him and began instructing him at Pfungstadt preparing focus. Boll changed his group four years after the fact FTG Frankfurt and promptly began partaking in competitions in the subsequent division. He completed school with an optional school level I endorsement.

Timo Boll Career Timeline Timo Boll, during his lesser vocation, held the title of the most youthful player in the public association (A title he imparted to Frank Klitzsch). He won his most memorable worldwide accomplishment during the Table Tennis European Youth Championships in The Hague in 1995, where he won three gold decorations. He was a sprinter up in the Junior Boys Singles in 1996. Afterward, he proceeded to bring home the singles championship in 1997 and 1998, as well as the pairs title in 1998.

His most memorable senior mission began in 2002 when he turned into the main German to win Europe Top 12 competition. He crushed Vladimir Samsonov in the last to change his way of life as a top German Table tennis player completely. During this time he turned into the primary German Table Tennis player to rank number 1 in ITTF Rankings. Then, he won the singles competition of the European Table Tennis Championship and furthermore came out on top for the copies title with Zoltan Fenner-Konnerth.

He likewise crushed Olympic Champion Kong LInghui and World Champion Wang Liqin to win the Table Tennis World Cup held in Japan in 2002. In 2003, he close by his German group lost to Vladimir Samsonov and the Bulgarian group and ultimately lost his no 1 spot on ITTF rankings. Back issues grieved Boll during the principal half of 2004, which obstructed his groundwork for the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Once more, during his 2005 season, his back issues struck; in any case, he won the silver decoration in pairs at the World Championship, playing with Christian Süß. The year finished with Boll winning the Champions League with TTV RE-BAU Gönnern [de], and the Table Tennis World Cup in Liège in Belgium, wherein he crushed every one of the three Chinese top of the line players. In December 2006, Timo Boll marked a 3-year contract with Borussia Düsseldorf. His agreement was subsequently reached out until 2022.

In 2007, he brought home the European Championship in singles, pairs, and in group rivalries. During the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, he partook again with the German public group. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, Boll lost in the last 16 to Adrian Crisan yet the German group won the bronze award in the men’s group occasion, losing to China in the semi-finals yet beating Hong Kong in the bronze decoration choosing match. Back issues drove Boll to avoid the 2008 and 2009 World Championships in China and Japan.

At the 2008 World Cup in Liège, he scored a semi-last triumph over Ma Long yet missed out in the last against Wang Hao, winning a silver decoration. At the 2011 World Table Tennis Championships in Rotterdam, he won his most memorable singles decoration in that opposition, a bronze award, subsequent to being beaten 4:1 by the title holder, Zhang Jike. Playing for the German public group, he got silver awards at both the Team World Championships 2010 in Moscow and the 2012 titles in Dortmund, missing out the twice to the Chinese group.

Because of a knee injury in 2015, he settled on an activity to pre-empt a more serious physical issue. In the wake of resting from the medical procedure, Boll qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics. He won the silver award at the 2017 World Cup, overcoming Lin Gaoyuan in the quarterfinals, and Ma Long in the semi-finals yet losing to partner Dimitrij Ovtcharov in the finals.
He won the silver award in the accompanying World Cup in 2018, losing to Fan Zhendong in the finals. Afterward, he brought home one more eight championships at the European Table Tennis Championships in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2018.

He addressed Germany in the men’s singles occasion at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. In July, fourteen days before the Tokyo Olympics, he pulled out from an inward German Olympic Scrimmage because of a hip physical issue. He lost to Jeoung Youngsik in the round of 16 in the men’s singles occasion at the Tokyo Olympics. China wound up winning 3-0.

ITTF World Tour/Pro Tour (19) and Grand Finals (1): Brasil 2001, Austria 2002, Japan 2003, Poland, Germany and Austria 2004, Japan, Sweden and Grand Finals 2005, China, Germany and Poland 2006, Austria, Germany and Poland 2008, Qatar, Germany, and Poland 2009, Japan 2010, Korea 2017.

How much is Timo Boll Net Worth? Timo Boll is an expert tennis player from Germany with a total assets of $7 Million starting around 2022. His compensation is $16,000 per match (approx.). He has been no 1 Table tennis player on the planet on different occasions and has prevailed upon 10 significant prizes in his profession. His primary wellspring of abundance comes from his tennis profession and he is carrying on with a luxurious way of life. He has been supported by Butterfly table tennis starting around 1993. In May 2007 he expanded his sponsorship until 2015 and is as yet playing Butterfly right up ’til now. He has proceeded to say that he is generally happy with the arrangement. he has his own racquet series with the organization.

Who is Timo Boll Wife? Timo Boll is a hitched man to his long-term sweetheart, Rodelia Jacobi. The couple secured the bunch on December 31, 2002, following 4 years of their dating relationship. They are likewise the glad guardians of a little girl specifically Zoey Malaya (born on fourth December 2013). They are living joyfully together. His sexual direction is straight.

How tall is Timo Boll? Timo Boll is an attractive tennis player with a standing level of 1.81 m of 5 ft 11 in. His body weight comprises of 159 lbs or 72 KG. His body type is athletic. His hair tone is dim brown and his eye tone is brown. He habitually activities to keep his body fit and fine. He has a sound body as of now.

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