The European Championships 2010. 11-19 September 2010
Nine days of intense table tennis action in Ostrava, Czech Republic ...
The European Table Tennis Championships first took place in 1958 in Hungary.
You can read all about them here.
Initially it was a biennial event, taking place in even numbered years, but now it's held every year during September or October.
In 2010 it was the turn of the Czech Republic to host this prestigious event from 11-19 September.
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So what events are included?
The European Championships events are ...
Individual Events ...
Individual events are played on a knockout basis.
Matches in individual events are the best of 7 games, except doubles events up to the quarter-finals, which are the best of 5 games.
There are a maximum 128 places in the 1st round proper of the singles events and not more than 64 places in the 1st round proper of men's and women's doubles events.
Qualification rounds will be in groups of 3 to 8 players using a knock-out system.
The organising Association can enter up to 16 players, consisting of not more than 10 men and not more than 10 women.
Any other Association can enter up to 10 players, consisting of not more than 6 men and not more than 6 women.
Within these limits different players can be entered for the team events and for the singles and doubles.
Seeding for team events will be on the basis of the final positions in the previous European Championships.
Seeding for individual events will be based on the last European Ranking List published before the championships.
Seeding for doubles events will be on the basis of a seeding list prepared by the Ranking Committee.
The last European Table Tennis Championships were held in 2009 in Stuttgart, Germany and the winner was Michael Maze of Denmark and the runners-up was Werner Schlager of Austria.
Unfortunately, Michael Maze was unable to defend his title because of injury.
Men's Singles Event Results
Friday 17 September 2010
|BOLL, Timo (GER)||4-0||MONTEIRO, Joao (POR)|
|GERELL, Pär (SWE)||4-1||JUZBASIC, Ivan (HRV)|
|SIMONCIK, Josef (CZE)||4-1||PRIMORAC, Zoran (HRV)|
|MATTENET, Adrien (FRA)||w/o||KREANGA, Kalinikos (GRE)|
|FREITAS, Marcos (POR)||4-1||CHEN, Weixing (AUT)|
|CRISAN, Adrian (ROU)||4-1||PRYSHCHEPA, Yevhen (UKR)|
|GORAK, Daniel (POL)||4-2||LEBESSON, Emmanuel (FRA)|
|Süß, Christian (GER)||4-3||SVENSSON, Robert (SWE)|
|CANTERO, Jesus (ESP)||4-3||SKACHKOV, Kirill (RUS)|
|SAIVE, Jean-Michel (BEL)||4-3||WANG, Zeng Yi (POL)|
|LEGOUT, Christophe (FRA)||4-2||GIONIS, Panagiotis (GRE)|
|SCHLAGER, Werner (AUT)||4-2||KORBEL, Petr (CZE)|
|SMIRNOV, Alexey (RUS)||4-3||LUNDQVIST, Jens (SWE)|
|BAUM, Patrick (GER)||4-1||GARDOS, Robert (AUT)|
|APOLONIA, Tiago (POR)||4-0||SALIFOU, Abdel-Kader (FRA)|
|SAMSONOV, Vladimir (BLR)||4-0||KOU, Lei (UKR)|
Friday 17 September 2010
|BOLL, Timo (GER)||4-0||GERELL, Pär (SWE)|
|MATTENET, Adrien (FRA)||4-1||SIMONCIK, Josef (CZE)|
|CRISAN, Adrian (ROU)||4-0||FREITAS, Marcos (POR)|
|Süß, Christian (GER)||4-0||GORAK, Daniel (POL)|
|SAIVE, Jean-Michel (BEL)||4-1||CANTERO, Jesus (ESP)|
|SCHLAGER, Werner (AUT)||4-0||LEGOUT, Christophe (FRA)|
|BAUM, Patrick (GER)||4-3||SMIRNOV, Alexey (RUS)|
|SAMSONOV, Vladimir (BLR)||4-0||APOLONIA, Tiago (POR)|
Saturday 18 September 2010
|BOLL, Timo (GER)||4-0||MATTENET, Adrien (FRA)|
|Süß, Christian (GER)||4-1||CRISAN, Adrian (ROU)|
|SCHLAGER, Werner (AUT)||4-1||SAIVE, Jean-Michel (BEL)|
|BAUM, Patrick (GER)||4-3||SAMSONOV, Vladimir (BLR)|
Sunday 19 September 2010
|BOLL, Timo (GER)||4-1||Süß, Christian (GER)|
|BAUM, Patrick (GER)||4-3||SCHLAGER, Werner (AUT)|
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