After a few years of Corona break, the tennis division of TSV Altenmarkt dared to carry a doubles match once more. And braveness was rewarded on Saturday at the return of the Baumburg Open with a good however entertaining and high quality competitors as new division and match administrators Dominique Seifert and Christian Obermeier had been delighted with the award. ceremony after the ten-hour occasion. Thomas Pat and Markus Turner TSV Stein/St. George.
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The 18 duets began on the 4 well-maintained pitches of the lovely facility in Auweg, which had been barely cooled by heavy in a single day rain. Two quick units had been performed to 4 video games, with a tie-break deciding the winner. In two teams of 4 and 5, the pairs initially competed in an all-vs-all mode. The first- and second-placed groups met in the quarterfinals of the principal spherical, whereas the third- and fourth-placed groups acquired one other probability in the comfort spherical. Especially in the principal spherical, the stress and the degree steadily elevated and the hosts intervened: Seifert brothers Robert and Dominik missed three match factors towards Pat/Turner in the first semi-final, however misplaced in the third tiebreak 6-4. main clause. On the different hand, native heroes Michael Buchner/Petr Dvorak Chiminger surprised Hoang Richter/Herman Wehl twice 4-0. In the remaining, Pat/Turner avenged their two-set loss to Buchner/Dvorak in the preliminary spherical with a rating of 4:2, 4:3 and lifted the winner’s trophy to the applause of the members and plenty of spectators. There was additionally €175 in prize cash and varied vouchers from sponsors: Trachten Strohmayer, Baruli Coffee Roasting Company, Planen Jahn, Hölzlwimmer Kitchen Studio, Erl Fashion Studio, Baumburg Monastery Brewery and Altenmarkt Company.
In the comfort spherical (regular sentences as much as 5), the remaining was clear: Altenmarkt-Grabenstadt’s Daniel Albrecht/Leon Hermann did not burn something as they beat TC Chiming’s Matthaus Schäffler/Michael Reupert 5-0. /Ising.
Over chilly drinks and grilled meals, attendees shopped late into the evening about profitable pictures and missed one alternative or one other. Conclusion: “Baumburg Open” shouldn’t stay in a shiny state, the officers are aiming for a brand new version in the coming 12 months. – rse A photograph gallery from the match will be discovered on-line at www.pnp.de/fotos.