NORDHORN (Germany): French and Dutch victories

Nordhorn (HH). Just for the second time in the history of Nordhorn Brettchen Open, the tournament for classic table tennis, the victory did not fall to Germany. As in 2008 his compatriot Jean-Michel Carquin on Saturday with Yohan Lecomte from STT Amiens a Frenchman won the Hardbat I category. In the inaugural clickball category on Sunday with Arnoud Meijer of TTV Hilversum (photo) expectedly won a player of the strong Dutch WUTTO-team.


WUTTO Grand Prix Circuit 2014 - update

April 26/27 (Nordhorn, Germany)
1st WUTTO Nordhorn Classic Open (hardbat and sandpaper)
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