Updated rankings: Keller in Top 20 now!

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WUTTO has changed the system of ranking points a little bit. Because of that the recently held Apeldoorn tournament - 2nd WUTTO De Veluwe Open 2015 - has been upgraded from 200 till 300 points. This means that some players has moved up. The Apeldoorn winner, German Michael-Stefan Keller, received 100 extra points and therefore he is now in WUTTO's Top 20. Congratulations, Michael-Stefan! See WUTTO World Ranking.

3rd WUTTO Grand Prix Circuit 2015

This calender is not complete yet. There will be changes! When there is no country mentioned, the tournament will be held in The Netherlands.
If you want to know more about our hardbat tournaments, please send us an e-mail: info [at] wutto.org.

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First WUTTO cap for Michael Stefan Keller

The first tournament of the 3rd WUTTO Grand Prix Circuit 2015 was won by Michael Stefan Keller. The German won in the final in Apeldoorn, during the 2nd WUTTO De Veluwe Open 2015  3:2 (12:10 in the fifth) against the 2014 winner Edwin Tiele.

Equal 3 and 4 were Reginald "The Viking" Kraaijenbrink and Ronald Vijverberg, who plays a major role in para tabletennis.

On the photo from left to right: Matthew Wegh (on behalf of WUTTO), Edwin Tiele, Michael Stefan Keller and the tournament organiser Anne Treur.

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Happy New Year ! !

Dear table tennis friends all over the world,

On behalf of everyone involved in WUTTO (World United Table Tennis Organisation), we wish you all a very happy and succesful 2015.

We hope to meet you (again or for the first time) in 1 or more WUTTO events. We play with hardbats (short pimples out).

At the moment our 3rd WUTTO Grand Prix Circuit 2015 has already planned 20 tournaments, mainly in Holland, including the 1st WUTTO Dutch Open in June and the 14th WUTTO World Championships in december.

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Chris Doran: 2 WUTTO World hardbat titles !

Chris Doran (right) with Lars Adema after they had won the WUTTO World Team Event.

ANNEMARIE ZIJNSTRA: TRIUMPH AFTER CLOSE FINISH

During the 13th WUTTO World Championships hardbat in the Dutch 'media town' of Hilversum there was no 'changing of the guards'... Just like the 12th championships, Annemarie Zijnstra from Holland and the Englishman Chris Doran (photo on the right) became world champion in the singles. Chris won also the 2nd WUTTO World Team Event, this time together with Dutchman Lars Adema.

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