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The Covid-19 protection and action concept of the German Table Tennis Association (DTTB) is receiving an important update. In the update of August 17, coordinated with the regional associations, there are editorial adjustments to two major changes compared to the version of May 26: The opening of table tennis to the now prohibited doubles and the extended obligation to wear mouth and nose protection.

Benedikt Duda is the name of the winner of the tenth Düsseldorf Masters. The Bergneustädter secured the tournament victory with his second final win in seven sets over the Egyptian Omar Assar. The numbers 39 and 38 in the world had already contested the final of the sixth Masters against each other in July. On Friday and Sunday there will be a big showdown with eight world class players at the Masters final.

After his success at the sixth tournament, Benedikt Duda also secured victory at the tenth Düsseldorf Masters, again with a 4-3 win over Egyptian Omar Assar. Numbers 39 and 38 in the world are qualified for the big Masters final on Friday (from 5 p.m.) and Sunday (from 11 a.m.), as are world number eleventh Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Dang, who are 52 and 57 in the ITTF ranking Qiu and Anton Källberg. At the beginning of the week three players will receive a wild card to the big showdown with eight world-class players.

The quarter-finals of the tenth Düsseldorf Masters went without any surprises, but at least the talents Cedric Meissner and Gerrit Engemann resisted the favorites Omar Assar and Steffen Mengel for six sets. In the semifinals on Sunday from 10 a.m. Mengel and Benedikt Duda and Assar will meet Tobias Hippler.

Whether the TTC OE Bad Homburg is in its first season in the table tennis Bundesliga (TTBL) could be closely linked to the name Lev Katsman. The 19-year-old Russian had already made the jump to the 2nd Bundesliga in the previous season and should now take the next step in development. We are introducing Katsman as part of our “New to TTBL” series.

At the tenth Düsseldorf Masters, the participants in the quarter-finals have been determined. With Michael Servaty, a non-seeded managed to qualify for the second day of the tournament, on which the top seeded, Egyptian Omar Assar and Bergneustädter Benedikt Duda, intervene for the first time.

After the first German championship in the club’s history, Darko Jorgic and 1. FC Saarbrücken TT are hot for more. A few weeks before the first game day of the new season in the table tennis Bundesliga (TTBL), we spoke to the 22-year-old Slovenian: about his success in the Liebherr TTBL final, about his personal record and about the goals for the new season.

The trainer B license training of the German Table Tennis Association for competitive sports will also take place in 2020/2021 in cooperation with TTV Saxony-Anhalt.

Timo Boll as guest in the DFB Academy’s #EverydayLeadershipTALK. In a 40-minute conversation with Torsten Hermes, the record European champion speaks, among other things. about what distinguishes a leader, how he became a role model for fairness and how he survived critical phases of the game.

Ranking lists, statistics, profiles, training and community – visit the portal!

Games will start in the first regional associations in mid-August. In the following weeks, the clubs throughout Germany gradually start the season. The associations see themselves as well prepared for a season that has to be met with a lot of flexibility. Continue reading…

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The German Table Tennis Association (DTTB) was founded on November 8, 1925 in Berlin and is now the eleventh largest German top-class sports association. A good 555,000 active people play table tennis in 9,100 clubs. The DTTB is part of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), which has a total of over 164 million active players worldwide. The number of hobby players is estimated at 250 million.

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