Europe Youth Top-10 | 20 Sep 2013
Top-10 favorites are warming up in Terni
At the end of day one at the 2013 Europe Top 10 in Italian City of Terni French Boys and Romanian girls has very good start as we already saw so many times before. After three rounds in Junior Boys’ category Alexandre ROBINOT of France is at the top
At the end of day one at the 2013 Europe Top 10 in Italian City of Terni French Boys and Romanian girls has very good start as we already saw so many times before.
After three rounds in Junior Boys’ category Alexandre ROBINOT of France is at the top of the standings. Player who was placed at position no. three last year, had a good start today. ROBINOT beat Sam WALKER of England and compatriot Can AKKUZU, but suffered by the hands of David REISPIES of Czech Republic. David is second after another victory over WALKER. Best ranked player in this category, Poland’s Jakub DYJAS is at position no. 6 with only one defeat and victory over Leonardo MUTTI of Italy and Tomislav PUCAR of Croatia. Winner of Top 10 last year and European champion from 2010, MUTTI is seventh.
In Junior Girls Category top seeded Bernadette SZOCS of Romania recorded three victories. Three times title holder at Top 10, SZOCS beat two compatriots, Bernadette BALINT and Irina CIOBANU as well as Alina ARLOUSKAYA of Belarus. European champion from Ostrava Nina MITTELHAM of Germany, also holds top position with three victories over Germany’s Theresa KRAFT, Croatia’s Mateja JEGER and Italian Giorgia PICCOLIN. KRAFT, ARLOUSKYA and Laura PFEFFER of France shared third position.
Joe SEYFRIED of France left the hall unbeaten tonight, alongside European cadet champion Tomas POLANSKY of Czech Republic. Joe beat Alexandru MANOLE of Romania, Lucas RIGAULT of France and Nolan GIVONE of France. Tomas succeeded against Aliaksandr KHANIN of Belarus, Daniele PINTO of Italy and Andreas LEVENKO of Austria.
Three players in cadet Girls category recorded all three victories. European champion Adina DIACONU of Romania beat Andrea CLAPA of Romania, Julia KAIM of Germany and Cristina DUMITRACHE of Italy. Maria MALANINA of Russia recorded victories over Anastasia KOLISH of Russia Karoline MISCHEK of Austria and KAIM. Tin Tin HO of England overcame Lisa LUNG of Belgium MISCHEK and DUMITRACHE.