European Championships 2022
Men's Doubles

The 2022 European Championships were held in Munich, Germany from 13-21 August. Get all the details and results for the Men's Doubles here...

 By Martin Hughes
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The Championships were held in Munich, Germany at the Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, Grasweg 74, 81373 Munich where they staged men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles events.

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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.

However, in 2022 the table tennis tournament joined 8 other sports (Athletics, Beach Volleyball, Canoe Sprint, Cycling, Gymnastics, Rowing, Sport Climbing, Triathlon) in a combined European Championships.

European Championships 2022

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 2022 European Championships were played at the Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, Grasweg 74, 81373 Munich.

The equipment used was...

  • Tables: TIBHAR Smash 28 Showcourt (TV court) and TIBHAR Smash 28 Showcourt 2 (Side courts)
  • Balls: Nittaku Premium 40+ *** white
  • Flooring: TIBHAR GRIP EUROPE
  • Umpire tables: Nittaku
  • Scoreboards: Nittaku
  • Towel racks: Nittaku

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Format and draw for the Men's Doubles

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The maximum entry for each Association was 4 players for men's doubles, but doubles pairs could be formed by players from different Associations.

There were 49 pairs in the men's doubles.

16 seeded pairs were directly placed in the first round proper with the remaining pairs playing in a qualification stage.

The winners of these matches 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 main draw took place on Saturday 13th August 2022.


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Defending champions

The Men's Doubles were last held in 2021 in Warsaw, Poland and the winners were Lev KATSMAN and Maksim GREBNEV (Russia), and the runners-up were Jakub DYJAS (Poland) and Cedric NUYTINCK (Belgium).


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Seedings for the 2022 men's doubles

Seeding Player 1 Association Player 2 Association
1 FALCK Mattias SWE KARLSSON Kristian SWE
2 QIU Dang GER DUDA Benedikt GER
3 ROBLES Alvaro ESP IONESCU Ovidiu ROU
4 SZUDI Adam HUN ECSEKI Nandor HUN
5 NUYTINCK Cedric BEL DYJAS Jakub POL
6 HABESOHN Daniel AUT GARDOS Robert AUT
7 LEBRUN Alexis FRA LEBRUN Felix FRA
8 LAMBIET Florent BEL ALLEGRO Martin BEL
9 POLANSKY Tomas CZE JORGIC Darko SLO
10 STOYANOV Niagol ITA BOBOCICA Mihai ITA
11 MOVILEANU Darius ROU IONESCU Eduard ROU
12 WALKER Samuel ENG JARVIS Tom ENG
13 PERSSON Jon SWE KALLBERG Anton SWE
14= SIRUCEK Pavel CZE MARTINKO Jiri CZE
14= MAJOROS Bence HUN ANDRAS Csaba HUN
16 PISTEJ Lubomir SVK KARAKASEVIC Aleksandar SRB

 

 


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2022 Men's Doubles Results

Round One (Last 32)

Tuesday 16 August 2022

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
1) FALCK Mattias (SWE) /
KARLSSON Kristian (SWE)
3-1 17) CHEN Alexander (AUT) /
SERDAROGLU David (AUT)
36) RASMUSSEN Tobias (DEN) /
ANDERSEN Martin (DEN)
3-0 12) WALKER Samuel (ENG) /
JARVIS Tom (ENG)
14=) MAJOROS Bence (HUN) /
ANDRAS Csaba (HUN)
3-0 25) YIGENLER Abdullah (TUR) /
GUNDUZ Ibrahim (TUR)
8) LAMBIET Florent (BEL) /
ALLEGRO Martin (BEL)
3-1 29) HRIBAR Peter (SLO) /
CVETKO Tilen (SLO)
 
5) NUYTINCK Cedric (BEL) /
DYJAS Jakub (POL)
3-1 35) ZELJKO Filip (CRO) /
KOJIC Frane (CRO)
13) PERSSON Jon (SWE) /
KALLBERG Anton (SWE)
3-2 24) LEBESSON Emmanuel (FRA) /
GAUZY Simon (FRA)
10) STOYANOV Niagol (ITA) /
BOBOCICA Mihai (ITA)
3-0 28) LIND Anders (DEN) /
WANG Yang (SVK)
18) KUBIK Maciej (POL) /
KULCZYCKI Samuel (POL)
3-1 4) SZUDI Adam (HUN) /
ECSEKI Nandor (HUN)
  
3) ROBLES Alvaro (ESP) /
IONESCU Ovidiu (ROU)
3-2 23) MLADENOVIC Luka (LUX) /
GLOD Eric (LUX)
27) REDZIMSKI Milosz (POL) /
URSU Vladislav (MDA)
3-1 11) MOVILEANU Darius (ROU) /
IONESCU Eduard (ROU)
26) LEVAJAC Dimitrije (SRB) /
PUTUNTICA Andrei (MDA)
3-2 9) POLANSKY Tomas (CZE) /
JORGIC Darko (SLO)
7) LEBRUN Alexis (FRA) /
LEBRUN Felix (FRA)
3-0 30) ISRAELI Tal (ISR) /
PICCOLIN Jordy (ITA)
 
6) HABESOHN Daniel (AUT) /
GARDOS Robert (AUT)
3-2 31) CHIRITA Iulian (ROU) /
BERZOSA Daniel (ESP)
14=) SIRUCEK Pavel (CZE) /
MARTINKO Jiri (CZE)
3-1 20) RASSENFOSSE Adrien (BEL) /
HAUG Borgar (NOR)
16) PISTEJ Lubomir (SVK) /
KARAKASEVIC Aleksandar (SRB) 
3-2 22) GROTH Jonathan (DEN) /
PITCHFORD Liam (ENG)
2) QIU Dang (GER) /
DUDA Benedikt (GER)
3-1 37) KONSTANTINOPOULOS Giorgos (GRE) /
SGOUROPOULOS Ioannis (GRE)

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Round Two (Last 16)

Wednesday 17 August 2022

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
1) FALCK Mattias (SWE) /
KARLSSON Kristian (SWE)
3-1 36) RASMUSSEN Tobias (DEN) /
ANDERSEN Martin (DEN)
8) LAMBIET Florent (BEL) /
ALLEGRO Martin (BEL)
3-0 14=) MAJOROS Bence (HUN) /
ANDRAS Csaba (HUN)
 
13) PERSSON Jon (SWE) /
KALLBERG Anton (SWE)
3-2 5) NUYTINCK Cedric (BEL) /
DYJAS Jakub (POL)
18) KUBIK Maciej (POL) /
KULCZYCKI Samuel (POL)
3-1 10) STOYANOV Niagol (ITA) /
BOBOCICA Mihai (ITA)
  
27) REDZIMSKI Milosz (POL) /
URSU Vladislav (MDA)
3-1 3) ROBLES Alvaro (ESP) /
IONESCU Ovidiu (ROU)
7) LEBRUN Alexis (FRA) /
LEBRUN Felix (FRA)
3-0 26) LEVAJAC Dimitrije (SRB) /
PUTUNTICA Andrei (MDA)
 
6) HABESOHN Daniel (AUT) /
GARDOS Robert (AUT)
3-2 14=) SIRUCEK Pavel (CZE) /
MARTINKO Jiri (CZE)
2) QIU Dang (GER) /
DUDA Benedikt (GER)
3-1 16) PISTEJ Lubomir (SVK) /
KARAKASEVIC Aleksandar (SRB)

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Quarter Finals

Wednesday 17 August 2022

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
1) FALCK Mattias (SWE) /
KARLSSON Kristian (SWE)
3-0 8) LAMBIET Florent (BEL) /
ALLEGRO Martin (BEL)
13) PERSSON Jon (SWE) /
KALLBERG Anton (SWE)
3-2 18) KUBIK Maciej (POL) /
KULCZYCKI Samuel (POL)
 
7) LEBRUN Alexis (FRA) /
LEBRUN Felix (FRA)
3-1 27) REDZIMSKI Milosz (POL) /
URSU Vladislav (MDA)
6) HABESOHN Daniel (AUT) /
GARDOS Robert (AUT)
3-2 2) QIU Dang (GER) /
DUDA Benedikt (GER)

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Semi Finals

Thursday 18 August 2022

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
1) FALCK Mattias (SWE) /
KARLSSON Kristian (SWE)
3-1 13) PERSSON Jon (SWE) /
KALLBERG Anton (SWE)
10-12, 11-8, 11-8, 11-9
 
6) HABESOHN Daniel (AUT) /
GARDOS Robert (AUT)
3-1 7) LEBRUN Alexis (FRA) /
LEBRUN Felix (FRA)
3-11, 11-7, 11-8, 11-6

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Final

Thursday 18 August 2022

(Seeding) Names (Association) Result (Seeding) Names (Association)
1) FALCK Mattias (SWE) /
KARLSSON Kristian (SWE)
3-1 6) HABESOHN Daniel (AUT) /
GARDOS Robert (AUT)
10-12, 11-1, 11-5, 13-11

2022 European Championships

Men's Doubles

GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

Mattias FALCK and Kristian KARLSSON (Sweden)

SILVER MEDAL WINNERS

Daniel HABESOHN and Robert GARDOS (Austria)

BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS

Jon PERSSON and Anton KALLBERG (Sweden)
Alexis LEBRUN and Felix LEBRUN (France)

 

2022 European Championships Men's Doubles gold medallists - Kristian Karlsson and Mattias Falck (Sweden) Men's Doubles gold medallists
Kristian Karlsson and Mattias Falck (Sweden)

 

2022 European Championships Men's Doubles silver medallists - Daniel Habesohn and Robert Gardos (Austria) Men's Doubles silver medallists
Daniel Habesohn and Robert Gardos (Austria)

 

2022 European Championships Men's Doubles bronze medallists - Anton Kallberg and Jon Persson (Sweden) Men's Doubles bronze medallists
Anton Kallberg and Jon Persson (Sweden)

 

2022 European Championships Men's Doubles bronze medallists - Alexis Lebrun and Felix Lebrun (France) Men's Doubles bronze medallists
Alexis Lebrun and Felix Lebrun (France)

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