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Tibor Klampár (Budapest, 30 April 1953 -) “The enfant terrible” Two-time world champion winner table tennis player, coach, all-time Hungarian champion, the living legend of the golden age of the Hungarian table tennis. Klampár appeared to be an exceptional talent at the age of 13, and became the gold medallìst in the European Cadet Event with his impressive play. Being so talented, he went further and further. He became a Hungarian national champion at the age of 15. He was the competitor of Postás Club from 1963 to 1975. He became a member of the national team in 1968, and took part in the European Championship. He won his World championship at the age of 18, in 1971, at that time in doubles, and he became again a gold medallist in team in 1979. He played at Budapest Spartacus Sports Club between 1976-1984.  „KIampár’s play is like a chess player’s - inscrutable ”- said Surbek, the Yugoslavian European Champion. And really, a flashing time is enough for him to strike the ball either with forehand or backhand from the wrist, and he was capable of unsurpassed sequences, counter fights. It was not accidental that the Asians, whom he had beaten many times, were afraid of him. He won the Hungańan national championship in singles 11 times. Klampár was 250 times a select player of the 1970-1980s. His modern play is characterized by versatility with strong strikes, topspins and fantastic strong returns. He embodied the table-tennis player of the 1970-1980s. (Róbert Szentgyörgyi: Hungarian Table Tennis World Champions)