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Archives - 3 Aug 2013

Champion Tomas POLANSKY moved to spot # 5


The August Rankings are out now and they will be used in creating the list of participants who will receive the invitation for the Europe Youth Top-10 scheduled on September 20th to 22nd. In Italy’s Terni will be invited 40 juniors and cadets. On the Euro

The August Rankings are out now and they will be used in creating the list of participants who will receive the invitation for the Europe Youth Top-10 scheduled on September 20th to 22nd. In Italy’s Terni will be invited 40 juniors and cadets.

On the European Junior Boys Rankings Tristan FLORE of France still holds the top of the list whilst his compatriot Enzo ANGLES is still at position no. two despite the fact that he won the title in the Singles Event at the European Youth Championships recently in Ostrava. Jakub DYAS of Poland is at the spot no. three, whilst Alexandre ROBINOT of France is fourth. Joao GERALDO of Portugal moved from spot no. 13 to top 10.

Romania’s Bernadette SZOCS is still the leading name in Junior Girls Rankings. New Europen champion Nina MITTELHAM of Germany progressed from third to second place and Lea RAKOVAC is third. Theresa KRAFT of Germany is now among top 8 players. She was 12th last month. Aikaterini TOILOU of Greece moved from 28th to 19th position.

No change at the top spot in cadet boys neither. Alexandre CASSIN of France is number one, but Maxim CHAPLYGIN of Russia is second. Andreas LIND of Denmark went one place down to third place. Tomas POLANSKY of Czech Republic, winner in team’s singles and doubles in Ostrava moved from position no. 9 to position no. 5.

There is no change in top 8 in cadet girls. Marie MIGOT of France is listed at position no. 1 in cadet Girls Rankings, Adina DIACONU of Romania is second and Maria MALANINA of Russia is at position no. three. Karoline MISCHEK of Austria moved from 10th to 9th position.

Milica NIKOLIC, EWT

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