Matilda Ekholm

Matilda Ekholm (born 15 June 1982 in Linköping) is a Swedish table tennis player.[2] She has won four medals in European Table Tennis Championships. She won a bronze medal in women's doubles in 2013 paired with the Spanish player Galia Dvorak. She won another bronze medal in women's team in 2014 with the Swedish national team. She won her third medal, a silver, paired with Mattias Karlsson in mixed doubles in 2016. 4th medal was 2018 in doubles with Pota Georgina. She has also participated in women's singles at the 2016 Summer Olympics, finishing 17th.

Matilda Ekholm
Matilda Ekholm 2017.jpg
Matilda Ekholm, Top 16 Antibes 2017
Personal information
Nationality Sweden
Born (1982-06-15) 15 June 1982 (age 38)
Highest ranking20 (April 2017)[1]
ClubTTC Berlin Eastside
Height1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Weight68 kg (150 lb; 10.7 st)

Eckholm lives in Sweden and plays for TTC Berlin Eastside in Germany.


  • Olympics

2016 (17th place in singles)

  • World Championships

2015 (9th in singles) 2013 (17th in singles)

  • World Cup

2012 (13th in singles)

  • Pro Tour Grand Finals

2012 (5th in singles)

  • European Championships

2018 (3rd in doubles) 2016 (2nd in mix doubles and 5th in singles) 2014 (3rd in team) 2013 (3rd in doubles) 2012 (5th in singles)

  • Europe Top 16 Cup

2018 (4th in singles) 2017 (5-8th in singles)

  • North European & Nordic Championships

2000 (1st in doubles and mixdoubles) 1998 (1st in doubles)

  • Highest World ranking

20th, April 2017

  • Highest European ranking

7th, April 2017

6 times national singles champion in Sweden.