Marc ZWIEBLER is a male badminton player from Germany. who is currently ranked number 16 in the world He is the fourth highest-ranked European player, the reigning European Champion and the German champion. Zwiebler began playing at the age of 6 and soon was regarded as the biggest German talent. He was 19 times the German youth and junior champion and in 2003 he became European junior champion, which was his first international title. After being plagued by health issues, he bounced back by the 2008 Olympics. At the 2009 Denmark Open Super Series Zwiebler powered through to the finals becoming the first German ever to reach the final of a Super Series tournament in Denmark but eventually lost to Simon Santaso. He helped Germany reach the semi finals of the 2010 European Men's Team Championships where they lost to Denmark, Later that year he gained a bronze medal at the European Championships. In July 2011 Zwiebler won the Canadian Open and thus his first BWF Grand Prix title. is a six-time German national champion in men's singles. He has also won gold at the 2012 European Championships in Karlskrona over Henri Hurskainen. Ranking at World wide no. 16, Zwiebler has been slated as Germany's top badminton player of all time.