First WUTTO World Team Event on Dec 27

Who will be the first world champions WUTTO Teams? An exiting field of 12 teams (each 2 players) will be in competition against each other in the Hilversum Arena in The Netherlands. WUTTO President and tennis commentator Ted van der Meer invented this event, which he knows from Australia (Hopman Cup tennis). The teams start in the first round in 3 groups of 4 teams. The nrs 1 and 2 move to the Championship Division and 7-12 to Division B. At the end of the day, there is a complete ranking 1-12.



Toernooi indeling WUTTO Van Wijnen/Smash '70


De organisatie van het WUTTO toernooi in Hattem bij Smash '70 heeft de toernooi indeling bekend gemaakt. Er zal worden gespeeld in de volgende 6 poules:

3 new World Champions on December 28 !

At the WUTTO individual World Championship on December 28, there be will at least 3 new champions. Four players, including 2 champions, will not attend the tournament in Hilversum, Holland. Ashley Stokes, Egle Adomelyte (Lithuania, World Champion), Colin Wilson and his son Sam (World Champion Juniors, photo) have withdrawn from the tournament.


Martin Groenewold: victory at REGA

There was no discussion. Martin Groenewold was the best player at the 3rd WUTTO Rega Masters in Nijkerk. De quarter finalist at the WCPP 2013 in Londen had no problems at all to win against the World Ranking leader Reginald Kraaijenbrink in the semis (3:0) and Lars Adema in the finals. In the first ever Best of 7 match in WUTTO tournament, it was a clear 4:0 for Martin. 600 points, some money and a great feeling for Martin in the Dutch Province of Gelderland.


Fifth victory for 'Viking' Kraaijenbrink

For the fifth time in 2 months time Reginald Kraaijenbrink was the no 1 in a hardbat-tournament. After Utrecht (ttc SVE), Groningen (ttc Midstars), Soest (ttc SHOT) and Amersfoort (WUTTO / ttc Hoogland) The Viking triumphed also in The Hague. Wouter Schoeber was the runner-up. Michel van de Kamp and Wilco Roes made it to the semi finals.



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