TONY SPREDEMAN

TONY SPREDEMAN

HOME: Cudahy, Wisconsin
POSITION: Forward
PRIMARY SHOT: "Walking" Snake Shot
MAJOR TITLES: 2

Cudahy, Wisconsin's Tony Spredeman exploded onto the international foosball scene back in 2002 when he reached the finals of Open Singles at the World Championships just one year after winning the Rookie Singles title at the sport's biggest event. One year later, in 2003, Spredeman took it one step further, winning the World Open Singles title in one of the sport's most dominating performances. Spredeman lost only two games in the entire singles event and defeated Louis Cartwright in the Open Singles final to decisively earn his first major title. Since then "Tony the Tiger" has claimed the Nationals Singles Championship and Texas State Doubles title (with Billy Pappas), while also reaching the finals at the 2004 World Championships in doubles with partner Bob Diaz, and finishing third in singles at the 2004 Dallas mega-event. One of the most fiery and highly-skilled players to come along in years, Tony Spredeman, who is still only 21 years old, figures to be a powerful force on the pro foosball tour for many years to come.