Marko Habijanec

Bordtennistränare

Marko Habijanec

Biografi

Marko Habijanec - tränare från Kroatien

Kroatien

  • He started his career as a table tennis player when he was eight in the table tennis club “STK Velika Gorica”.
  • From 1988 until 1994 he was a member of table tennis club “STK Industrogradnja”, and from
    1994 until 1997 he played for “STK Zagreb”.
  • While successfully playing for “STK Velika Gorica”, Marko was also a Croatian Table Tennis National Team junior player and participant on a European Table Tennis Championship. Later, he became a Croatian Table Tennis National Team senior player.
  • As a player for “STK Industrogradnja”, Marko won Croatian Junior Single Table Tennis Championship and Junior and Senior Croatian Team Table Tennis Championships.
  • Playing for “STK Zagreb”, he played in the First Croatian Table Tennis Division where his team was two-time winner of Croatian Table Tennis Championship and two-time winner of Croatian Table Tennis Cup.
  • Marko also won the third place in Senior Single Croatian Table Tennis Championship.
  • In 2015 he was a participant in Ping Pong World Championship in London.
  • Apart from being a professional player and trainer, Marko has been involved in various organizational activities of the table tennis camps.
  • He was a manager and head coach in the camps in
  • Germany (Saarbrucken, Stuttgart, Ludwigsburg, and Munich),
  • Switzerland (Basel, Bruck),
  • Italy (Bozen), and Croatia (Poreč, Crikvanica, Opatija, and Umag).
  • Marko speaks German and English fluently, and also can communicate in Russian and Italian.

Germany

  • In 1998, Marko left Croatia for Germany. There he signed a professional contract with table tennis club “TTV Wendlingen” and was playing for the first team in Ober and Regional League. From June 2001 until May 2002, he was also a trainer for junior table tennis players. Meanwhile, Marko earn his coaching degree in Croatian Olympic Committee Education Center.
  • From 2001 until 2005, Marko played for “TTV Erdmannhausen” and was also a head trainer in regional league club for cadets and the first team. In 2004, he earned table tennis B license and became a trainer for advanced team of Baden Wurttenberg in Ludwigsburg. In 2005, he became a trainer in “TSV Wendlingen” for the most perspective young players of Baden Wurttenberg.
  • In 2006, Marko came back to Croatia and signed for “STK Velika Gorica – Stanfar” where he has been working as a trainer since.
  • In 2006, Marko played 7 years first played in the First Croatian Table Tennis Division in Libertas “Dubrovnik” and Podravka “Koprivnica”,
  • He was also a trainer and head of Croatian Cadet Table Tennis National team in tournaments in Slovakia and Croatia