Darko Jorgić

World ranking
Age 26 years
Style The Aggressor
Grip Shakehand
Darko Jorgić
World ranking
Age 26 years
Style The Aggressor
Grip Shakehand

Darko Jorgić has been a leading player in the table tennis world for years. He is Slovenian, and he is one of the most impressive and powerful players in any league or on any team around the world. He continues to improve and grow in his skills over the years. He comes from a family of professional table tennis players and he brings with him a unique skill set that has been developed over years of playing the sport, starting at a very young age.

Quick Facts

Darko Jorgić
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Trbovlje, Slovenia
6 ft
163 lbs
Hair Color
FC Saarbrücken and Slovenian Olympic Team
Dominant Hand


Darko Jorgić was born on July 30, 1998. He was born in Trbovlje and is a Slovenian table tennis player. He represented Slovenia at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, and he has been the player to upset many skilled and well-known table tennis players in recent years.

He is a Slovenian Champion, playing successfully both in doubles and single play. Known as one of the best backhand players in the world, he is also a very powerful player. He is capable of a wide variety of different play strategies as well, which makes him valuable when it comes to team play.

Darko Jorgić credits his hometown of Trbovlje as being a place of very fond memories related to table tennis and also family time. His parents still reside there, and he visits the city often when he is not out of the country at tournaments. Both of Darko’s parents were also top table tennis players, so he is just following the family tradition with his skilled play and successful career.


Darko Jorgić began playing table tennis at the age of five. He entered training and coaching not long after this, and he attended many international competitions as a junior player. He was very successful and actually traveled around to different countries playing table tennis at a young age.

He won his first national title while playing for the Carrara Club and then moved on to play with a German club which led to a solid year of competition.

He played in the 2017 European Championships and won a bronze medal, and he also won a silver in singles in 2022 at the same competition. After moving to the German team in Saarbrucken, the team spent multiple years securing championships such as the Vice Championship of the ETTU Cup.

The pandemic has slowed down Darko’s competition schedule up until recently, but he was able to head to the Tokyo Games, where he received a respectable 5th place in singles and a 9th in team events. He has stated that it is his dream and intention to play in the 2024 Olympic games in Paris.

Darko Jorgić Playing Style

If you have been wondering how to get started with learning how to hold a ping pong paddle, studying Darko’s playing style is a great way to do so. He is well-known for being really good with his backhand, and he is quite a powerful player as well. He loves to deliver his backhand shots from the far forehand corner, which allows him to get a wide angle to his opponent’s short forehand.

He is thought of as one of the best backhand players in the world, and his powerful and creative play is second to none.

Darko Jorgić Playing Style

Darko Jorgić Olympic History

Darko Jorgić played at the 2020 Olympic Games and placed respectably, even if he did not win a medal.

Honors and Achievements


  1. European Championship winner in 2017 and 2022
  2. Europe Top 16 2020 and 2022
  3. Bronze at the 2019 Canada Open
  4. 2021 WTT Star Contender
  5. 2022 WTT Contender Nova Gorcia


  1. 2022 WTT Contender
  2. 2014 Nova Vas Gold in doubles
  3. 2015 Jesenice Silver in Doubles
  4. 2016 Radlje ob Dravi Bronze in singles
  5. 2017 Puconci Double gold in singles and doubles
  6. 2018 Otocec Double Gold in singles and Doubles
  7. 2019 Rakek Double Gold in Singles and Doubles
  8. 2020 Rakek Golde in Doubles, Silver in Singles, Bronze in mixed doubles

He has also won many club championships and medals both in Slovenia and Germany.

Net Worth and Income

Darko Jorgić makes a salary of $426 thousand a year, and he is estimated to have a net worth of $1.5 million USD.

Social Media

You can find Darko Jorgić on Instagram at darkojorgic98.

Personal Life

At this time, he does not have a girlfriend. He is a very private person but does speak about his parents, who were the inspiration for him to get into playing table tennis. He has also made mention of various friends like Nathan Urh, who played with him while he was growing up.

His father served as his coach in the early days of his training, and he trained twice a day at home up until he was 15 and left to attend high school and attend the training center in Novo Mesto. He moved abroad after graduating from high school and stayed for a year in Italy, then moved to Bavaria and later Saarland. Saarland is his place of residence, as he is contracted with FC Saarbrucken.

Darko Jorgić Equipment

Tibhar Hybrid K3
TIBHAR Evolution MX-P
Tibhar Hybrid K3
TIBHAR Evolution MX-P
More More


Darko Jorgic vs Dang Qiu | FINAL | 2023 Europe Top 16 Cup
Truls Moregard vs Darko Jorgic | FINAL | 2022 - Europe Top 16
FULL MATCH | Darko JORGIC vs MA Long | MS R16 | WTT Cup Finals Xinxiang 2022
Darko Jorgic vs Hugo Calderano | WTT Star Contender Doha 2021 | Men's Singles | Final

Final Thoughts

Darko Jorgić has been a leader in the sport of table tennis for years. Already a star as a youth player, he has only continued to increase his skill at the game. He is still very young and is expected to continue to play with skill and vision for years to come.


Who and how inspired Darko to play table tennis?

His parents were both professional players and fostered his early love for the game. They also served as his coaches during the early years that he was playing and continue to have a major impact on his play style even today. His friend Nathan Urh was also his earliest inspiration to play, as Nathan was passionate about the game from a young age.

Who are his sponsors?

Darko Jorgić is sponsored by Tibhar, KRKA, Hrastnik, Inotherm, and Spekter.