Angelica Rozeanu

1921 - 2006

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Angelica Rozeanu (née Adelstein) (15 October 1921 – 21 February 2006) was a Romanian table tennis player of Jewish origin, the most successful female table tennis player in the history of the sport, winning the women's world singles title 6 years in succession. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Angelica Rozeanu has received more than 28,052 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Angelica Rozeanu is the 2nd most popular table tennis player, the 192nd most popular biography from Romania (down from 180th in 2019) and the most popular Romanian Table Tennis Player.

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Among table tennis players, Angelica Rozeanu ranks 2 out of 78Before her are Jan-Ove Waldner. After her are Mária Mednyánszky, Agnes Simon, Roland Jacobi, Richard Bergmann, Zhuang Zedong, Miklós Szabados, Jörgen Persson, Timo Boll, Jean-Michel Saive, and Stellan Bengtsson.

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Among people born in 1921, Angelica Rozeanu ranks 178Before her are Branko Stanković, Joseph A. Walker, Hans Albert, Søren Kam, Sergio Sollima, and Amedeo Amadei. After her are Jean Robic, Gaston Rébuffat, Robert Brown, Sixto Durán Ballén, Brian Keith, and Sena Jurinac. Among people deceased in 2006, Angelica Rozeanu ranks 149Before her are George Koval, Rudi Carrell, W. Montgomery Watt, Galina Ustvolskaya, Lars Korvald, and Daniel Schmid. After her are William Auld, Maynard Ferguson, Desmond Dekker, Jean-François Revel, Richard Bright, and Johnny Servoz-Gavin.

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Among people born in Romania, Angelica Rozeanu ranks 192 out of 572Before her are Maria Tănase (1913), Titu Maiorescu (1840), Ben Ferencz (1920), Francis I Rákóczi (1645), Tudor Arghezi (1880), and Júlia Várady (1941). After her are Edward Luttwak (1942), Ana Blandiana (1942), Stefan Hell (1962), Nikolai Spathari (1636), Nicolae Titulescu (1882), and Adolf Albin (1848).


Among table tennis players born in Romania, Angelica Rozeanu ranks 1After her are Kalinikos Kreanga (1972) and Otilia Bădescu (1970).