First WUTTO World Doubles Ranking

In prospect of upcoming doubles events WUTTO will also maintain a ranking for doubles players. Taking into account that players often change doubles partners, WUTTO has chosen (just like the ATP) to rank the results of individual players. The number of points per tournament depends on the number of participants. The first ranking contains one tournament, the World Team Event in Hilversum from last December.


Third WUTTO victory Frenchman Yohan Lecomte

For the third time in WUTTO history Frenchman Yohan Lecomote was rewarded with the traditional WUTTO cap, as winner of a WUTTO tournament.

After Utrecht (Netherlands, 2014) and Perwez (Belgium, 2015) he was unbeatable in the Belgian city of Péruwelz. In a great final he had beaten Belgian Juliet Genart in 5 sets (14-21, 21-14, 18-21, 21-19 en 21-15).

This victory means that the Frenchman is now the leader in the WUTTO 2015 Ranking.

On the photo Yohan with WUTTO official Jos Wynands.


WUTTO Grand Prix Circuit 2015 - update

3 January: 2nde WUTTO De Veluwe Open 2015 (Apeldoorn, N)
7 February: 1st WUTTO Perwez Open (Perwez, B)
28 February: 1st WUTTO Palette Bonsecours (Péruwelz, B)
5 April: 1st WUTTO Westa Open (Wessem, N)
11 April: 1st WUTTO Ctt Ecurie Mons (B)
19 April: 1st WUTTO HBC Heemstede Open (Heemstede, N)
25/26 April: 2nd WUTTO Nordhorn Classic Open (Nordhorn, D)
26 April: 1st WUTTO Argus60 Open (Harkstede, N)


Yohan Lecomte wins in Perwez (Belgium)

The first Belgian WUTTO tournament took place on February the 7th in Perwez, near Brussels. It was a very nice tournament with a great organizing committee and no less than 43 competitors from France, Germany, Holland and Belgium.

There were serveral great hardbat players. In the last phase there were 4 players left. From Germany Michael-Stefan Keller, from France Yohan Lecomte and from Belgium Jacques Pietquin and Vincent Lotte.


WUTTO 2012

WUTTO Hilversum Open, 2012

World Championships TTV-Hilversum




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