Site Products
World Cadet Challenge: Doubles pairs in sync

World Cadet Challenge: Doubles pairs in sync

(by Wade Townsend)
World Cadet Challenge: Doubles pairs in sync
The opening rounds of doubles events at the World Cadet Challenge were swift in brutal in Fiji.

The Cadet Boys’ Doubles the matches went by the book. Fifteen out of sixteen matches not only followed the seeding, they also were all won in three straight games.

There was one exception.

Team Oceania’s Finn Luu and Ronan Aubry managed to go against the script and defeat North America’s Alexander Bu and Edward in five games to advance to the quarter final.

In the Teams Event North America managed to grab the bronze medal, while Oceania was at a distant seventh.

The doubles has proved to be an equaliser between the players, and heading in to the next round the straight games wins will dissipate. Be ready for upsets.

Meanwhile, the Girls’ Doubles went almost. as smoothly, with the top seeds progressing in style.

Fans can look forward to a clash between Team Europe’s Natalia Brinza and Jamila Laurenti against Team Asia’s Huang Yingqi and Yumeno Soma. With two defenders on the court and Laurenti’s unique anti-spin stylings, it is going to be an awkward match. You can be sure the ball is going to get a workout as the athletes rotate it ever which way.

Check out the full results for the Boys’ Doubles and Girls’ Doubles.

For full article, please click here

Latest News

WAB CLUB FEATURE: Allen & Sons Table Tennis Club

February 5, 2023
(by Steve Hopkins) Located in the San Fernando Valley, North of Santa Monica and Malibu in the greater Los… Read More

Dusseldorf Stays One Up on Surging Saarbrucken in TTBL

February 5, 2023
(by Steve Hopkins) Borussia Dusseldorf is hanging on to the top spot in the German League.  Their league… Read More

Harimoto Clan: Interview with Parents of Miwa and Tomokazu

February 5, 2023
(by Steve Hopkins) A news item today in Germany noted that editorial teams of tischtennis and myTischtennis have… Read More

Another Week, Another Sweep: China Dominates WTT Feeder Amman

February 4, 2023
(by Steve Hopkins, photo ITTFWorld) A week ago, there was a Chinese sweep in Doha. This week, the… Read More

Butterfly Training Tips with Darryl Tsao – Looping From Underspin

February 3, 2023
(by :Bowmar Sports Team) In this Butterfly Training Tips, Darryl Tsao is focusing on executing an opening loop… Read More

Butterfly Training Tips With Simeon Martin – Stroke Management Multi Ball

February 1, 2023
(by: Bowmar Sports Team) In this Butterfly Training Tips, Simeon Martin is focusing on a opening loop from… Read More

Don’t Fix a Problem You’ve Already Fixed

January 31, 2023
(by Larry Hodges) You’ve spent a lot of time working on a shot, and it’s now somewhat ingrained.… Read More

2023, 58th Robo-Pong St. Joseph Valley Open

January 31, 2023
(by: South Bend TT Club) Saturday, Mar 18 – Sunday, Mar 19, 2023 Venue: Indiana University at South Bend… Read More
View All News

Get the latest from Butterfly

Stay “In The Loop” with Butterfly professional table tennis equipment, table tennis news, table tennis technology, tournament results, and We Are Butterfly players, coaches, clubs and more.