European Championships 2020
Mixed Doubles

The 2020 European Championships were held in Warsaw, Poland from 22-27 June 2021. Get all the details and results for the Mixed Doubles here...

 By Martin Hughes
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Due to the Covid 19 world wide pandemic, the 2020 European Championships were not held until 22-27 June 2021.

The Championships were held in Warsaw, Poland at the Centralny Osrodek Sportu Torwar where they staged men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles events.

You can follow the links below to get more information about each event, together with the results.

The first European Championships took place in 1958 in Hungary, and you can read all about the history of the championships, and get previous results, here.

Initially the Championships were a biennial event, taking place in even numbered years, but now it's usually held annually during September/October.

European Championships 2020

For more information about each event, click on these links...

Men's Singles   Women's Singles
Men's Doubles   Women's Doubles
Mixed Doubles

 


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Venue and Equipment

The 2020 European Championships were played at the Centralny Osrodek Sportu Torwar.

The equipment being used was...

  • Tables: Tibhar Smash 28/R (blue)
  • Nets: Tibhar
  • Balls: Nittaku NSD 40+***
  • Flooring: Taraflex Table Tennis 3.7 (framboise)

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Format and draw for the Mixed Doubles

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The maximum entry for each Association was 2 men and 2 women for mixed doubles, but doubles pairs could be formed by players from different Associations.

There were 53 pairs in the mixed doubles.

16 seeded pairs were directly qualified for the main draw and the remaining 37 pairs played in a qualification stage of 2 Preliminary rounds. The winners of the Preliminary Round 2 matches will qualify for the Main draw.

The main event was played as a knock-out competition.

Matches in the qualification stage were the best of 5 games whilst matches in the main event were the best of 7 games.

The draw took place on Sunday 20th June 2021.


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Previous champions

The Mixed Doubles was last played in 2018 in Alicante, Spain and was won by Ruwen Filus and Han Ying (Germany) who beat Stefan Fegerl and Sofia Polcanova (Austria).


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2020 Mixed Doubles Results

Round One (Last 32)

Wednesday 23 June 2021

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
(1) PISTEJ, Lubomir SVK
BALAZOVA, Barbora SVK
3-0 (33=) KOZUL, Deni SLO
STRAZAR, Katarina SLO
(14) WEBER, Lionel SUI
MORET, Rachel SUI
3-1 (21) DEVOS, Robin BEL
LUNG, Lisa BEL
(21) OLAH, Benedek FIN
EERLAND, Britt NED
3-2 (13) LAMBIET, Florent BEL
MARCHETTI, Nathalie BEL
(6) STOYANOV, Niagol ITA
PICCOLIN, Giorgia ITA
3-0 (32) KONSTANTINOPOULOS,Giorgos GRE
TERPOU, Elisavet GRE
(19) GAUZY, Simon FRA
PAVADE, Prithika FRA
3-0 (7) KHANIN, Aleksandr BLR
TRIGOLOS, Daria BLR
(10) GLOD, Eric LUX
DE NUTTE, Sarah LUX
3-1 (23) ZELINKA, Jakub SVK
KUKULKOVA, Tati SVK
(33=) ZELJKO, Filip CRO
JEGER, Mateja CRO
3-2 (15) MLADENOVIC, Luka LUX
NI, Xia Lian LUX
(3) FRANZISKA, Patrick GER
SOLJA, Petrissa GER
3-0 (18) PETO, Zsolt SRB
LUPULESKU, Izabela SRB
 
(4) IONESCU, Ovidiu ROU
SZOCS, Bernadette ROU
3-2 (33=)HABESOHN, Daniel AUT
LIU, Yuan AUT
(11) QIU, Dang GER
MITTELHAM, Nina GER
3-0 (26) ECSEKI, Nandor HUN
BALINT, Bernadett HUN
(16) YIGENLER, Abdullah TUR
YILMAZ, Ozge TUR
3-0 (30) ALEXANDROV, Teodor BUL
TRIFONOVA, Polina BUL
(5) SZUDI, Adam HUN
PERGEL, Szandra HUN
3-0 (33=) RUKLETSOV, Vladislav. BLR
BARAVOK, Katsiaryna BLR
(8) DYJAS, Jakub POL
PARTYKA, Natalia POL
3-1 (25) JANCARIK, Lubomir CZE
MATELOVA, Hana CZE
(17) KALLBERG, Anton SWE
KALLBERG, Christina SWE
3-0 (12) GUNDUZ, Ibrahim TUR
ALTINKAYA, Sibel TUR
(28) GARDOS, Robert AUT
SAMARA, Elizabeta ROU
3-0 (9) JEVTOVIC, Marko SRB
SURJAN, Sabina SRB
(2) LEBESSON, Emmanuel FRA
YUAN, Jia Nan FRA
3-2 (33=) PUTUNTICA, Andrei MDA
PAVLOVIC, Andrea CRO

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Round Two (Last 16)

Thursday 24 June 2021

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
(1) PISTEJ, Lubomir SVK
BALAZOVA, Barbora SVK
3-1 (14) WEBER, Lionel SUI
MORET, Rachel SUI
(21) OLAH, Benedek FIN
EERLAND, Britt NED
3-1 (6) STOYANOV, Niagol ITA
PICCOLIN, Giorgia ITA
(19) GAUZY, Simon FRA
PAVADE, Prithika FRA
3-1 (10) GLOD, Eric LUX
DE NUTTE, Sarah LUX
(3) FRANZISKA, Patrick GER
SOLJA, Petrissa GER
3-0 (33=) ZELJKO, Filip CRO
JEGER, Mateja CRO
 
(11) QIU, Dang GER
MITTELHAM, Nina GER
3-2 (4) IONESCU, Ovidiu ROU
SZOCS, Bernadette ROU
(16) YIGENLER, Abdullah TUR
YILMAZ, Ozge TUR
3-2 (5) SZUDI, Adam HUN
PERGEL, Szandra HUN
(8) DYJAS, Jakub POL
PARTYKA, Natalia POL
3-1 (17) KALLBERG, Anton SWE
KALLBERG, Christina SWE
(2) LEBESSON, Emmanuel FRA
YUAN, Jia Nan FRA
3-1 (28) GARDOS, Robert AUT
SAMARA, Elizabeta ROU

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Quarter Finals

Thursday 24 June 2021

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
(1) PISTEJ, Lubomir SVK
BALAZOVA, Barbora SVK
3-2 (21) OLAH, Benedek FIN
EERLAND, Britt NED
(19) GAUZY, Simon FRA
PAVADE, Prithika FRA
3-0 (3) FRANZISKA, Patrick GER
SOLJA, Petrissa GER
 
(11) QIU, Dang GER
MITTELHAM, Nina GER
3-0 (16) YIGENLER, Abdullah TUR
YILMAZ, Ozge TUR
(2) LEBESSON, Emmanuel FRA
YUAN, Jia Nan FRA
3-2 (8) DYJAS, Jakub POL
PARTYKA, Natalia POL

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Semi Finals

Friday 25 June 2021

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
(1) PISTEJ, Lubomir SVK
BALAZOVA, Barbora SVK
3-2 (19) GAUZY, Simon FRA
PAVADE, Prithika FRA
11-7, 9-11, 7-11, 13-11, 11-4
   
(11) QIU, Dang GER
MITTELHAM, Nina GER
3-2 (2) LEBESSON, Emmanuel FRA
YUAN, Jia Nan FRA
14-12, 11-7, 4-11, 5-11, 13-11

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Final

Friday 25 June 2021

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
(11) QIU, Dang GER
MITTELHAM, Nina (Germany)
3-0 (1) PISTEJ, Lubomir SVK
BALAZOVA, Barbora (Slovakia)
11-9, 11-8, 11-6

2020 European Championships

Mixed Doubles

GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

QIU Dang and Nina MITTELHAM (Germany)

SILVER MEDAL WINNERS

Lubomir PISTEJ and Barbora BALAZOVA (Slovakia)

BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS

Simon GAUZY and Prithika PAVADE (France)
Emmanuel LEBESSON and YUAN Jia Nan (France)

 

2020 European Championships Mixed Doubles Final Mixed Doubles Final

 

2020 European Championships Mixed Doubles winners - Nina Mittelham and Qiu Dang (Germany) Mixed Doubles gold medallists - Nina Mittelham and Qiu Dang (Germany)

 

2020 European Championships Mixed Doubles Silver Medallists - Barbora Balazova and Lubomir Pistej (Slovakia) Mixed Doubles Silver Medallists - Barbora Balazova and Lubomir Pistej (Slovakia)

 


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