General András
Adam Stolpa (Ádám-Stolpa)
Male
Hungary
1921-09-15
, Hungary
2010-11-08
Düsseldorf, West-Germany


About

Adam-Stolpa along with his two brothers won the basketball national championship for the club BEAC (1941/42), and they won the national title in icehockey for Ujpest Dozsa where he played as very successful wing in the off-season. However, he achieved his biggest successes as a tennis player. Between 1948 and 1960, he formed with Joseph Asboth the one of the strongest Davis Cup team in the continent (they won 16 of 20 matches). In addition, he won the team championship 15 times with Ujpest, he collected 8 national titles in singles and in doubles. Adam-Stolpa claimed the Hungarian national title in singles in 1948.
His greatest win came in singles at Roland Garros in 1947, when he defeated the 2nd seeded Budge Patty and he marched into the quarterfinal. (Patty won Roland Garros and Wimbledon in singles in 1950.)
On November 13-16, 2008 and on February 5-8,2009, he participated at the Senior tournaments in Budapest. On July 27, 2009 he was ranked as 876th player on the senior world ranklist of ITF.



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Archive statistics 1936 - 1965
5
156
88


Tournament wins 1959 - Cap d 'Antibes (Amateur)
1957 - Budapest Championship (Open)
1956 - Zinnowitz (Amateur)
1953 - Hungarian International Championships (Open)
1948 - Hungarian National Championships (Open)


Tournaments Roland Garros - 1965 Monte Carlo - 1960 Roland Garros - 1960 Cannes Carlton - 1960 Cannes Gallia - 1960 Menton - 1960 Monte Carlo - 1959 Roland Garros - 1959 Cannes Championships - 1959 Nice - 1959 Cannes Gallia - 1959 Hungarian International Championships - 1959 Cap d 'Antibes - 1959 Menton - 1959 Hungarian National Championships - 1959 Monte Carlo - 1958 Roland Garros - 1958 Hungarian International Championships - 1958 Menton - 1958 Roland Garros Qualifying - 1958 Aix-en-Provence - 1958 Romanian International Championship - 1958 Monte Carlo - 1957 Roland Garros - 1957 Cannes Carlton - 1957 Cannes Championships - 1957 French Covered Court Championships - 1957 South of France Championships - 1957 Cannes Gallia - 1957 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1957 Hungarian International Championships - 1957 Menton - 1957 Hungarian National Championships - 1957 Budapest Championship - 1957 Roland Garros - 1956 Polish International Championships - 1956 Zinnowitz - 1956 Roland Garros - 1955 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1955 Hungarian National Championships - 1955 Roland Garros - 1954 Roland Garros Consolation - 1954 Hungarian International Championships - 1953 Hungarian National Championships - 1953 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1950 Polish International Championships - 1950 Hungarian Covered Courts - 1950 Wimbledon - 1949 Romanian International Championship - 1949 Copenhagen Indoor Invitation - 1949 Monte Carlo - 1948 Roland Garros - 1948 Cannes Championships - 1948 Nice - 1948 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1948 San Remo - 1948 Beaulieu Second Meeting - 1948 Coupe Marcel Poree - 1948 Milano International - 1948 Wimbledon - 1947 Roland Garros - 1947 Netherlands International Championships - 1947 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1947 Wimbledon Plate (Consolation) - 1947 Coupe Marcel Poree - 1947 Hungarian Covered Courts - 1947 Budapest Championship - 1947 Hungarian International Championships - 1940 Godolloe - 1940 German International Championships - 1939 Köln International - 1939 Mannheim - 1939 Hindenburg and Black Forest Cup - 1936

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