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4 Rackets – 1 Sport

Racketlon ist die Kombination der vier populärsten Rückschlagspiele in einer Sportart - Tischtennis, Badminton, Squash und Tennis.

Jeder Punkt zählt

In allen vier Disziplinen wird auf 21 Punkte gespielt. Wer am Ende mehr Punkte hat, gewinnt. Jeder gespielte Punkt zählt gleich viel für das Endergebnis, es gibt keine unwichtigen Punkte. Die zentralen Informationen zu den Spielregeln findest du in der Regel-Übersicht.

Attraktive Turnierform für alle – vom Neuling bis zum Pro

An Racketlon-Turnieren können alle Racketsport-Anhänger unabhängig ihrer Spielstärke teilnehmen. Die Einteilung in verschiedene Stärkekategorien verspricht für alle Teilnehmenden spannende Spiele. Racketlon-Turniere dauern in der Regel einen halben Tag (Nachmittag bis Abend). Drei Spiele pro Teilnehmer sind garantiert und in der Turniergebühr ist regelmässig auch das Nachtessen inbegriffen. Racketlon bietet viel Spass, ein intensives, vielseitiges, gesundes Workout und soziale Kontakte.

Unter nachfolgenden Links findet ihr weitere Informationen zu Racketlon: Swiss Racketlon Night Tour, Racketlon Interclub-Meisterschaften, Schweizermeisterschaften, Racketlon Swiss Open sowie Sponsoren. Bei Fragen stehen wir euch jederzeit zur Verfügung. Wir freuen uns, euch auf den Courts zu sehen. 


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Aktuelle Meldungen

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  • World Championships 2022 in Vienna/Graz

    This year's World Championships held in Vienna and Graz promised to be the biggest event in the history of Racketlon. Nearly 500 participants from 35 countries have competed in 12 team, 28 Doubles and 31 singles categories (total 71!) to achieve a place on the podium. The competition has lasted over ten intensive days including the juniors (from u10 to u21), the seniors (from +40 to +70) and the e... Read more

  • World Championships have begun

    The wait is over! Today the WC starts with the team competition for juniors and seniors. Switzerland will be at the start with a Juniors Team U16 and a Men Seniors Team +55. The Swiss Racketlon Federation wishes all Swiss players good luck and of course a lot of fun. We will keep our fingers crossed and follow the matches live on: ... Read more

  • IWT German Open

    A small Swiss delegation found its way to the highly decorated German Open located in Nussloch. Even before the start of the tournament some participants were already challenged by finding their way to the center, seeing that it is located in the middle of nowhere. Despite the small number of Swiss representatives, several medals were achieved and many more higher seeded players were challenged, if not even defeated. A noteworthy performanc... Read more

  • IWT London Open

    A delegation of eleven Swiss players made the journey to the Roehampton Club in London to compete in the only racketlon tournament with lawn tennis. And with a total of nine medals won, the tournament was very successful for Switzerland. The two gold medals were won by Nicolas Lenggenhager and his Swedish partner René Lindberg in the elite doubles and Dara and Beat Ladner in the mixed B doubles. The four silver medals went to Nicolas Lenggenhager in the men's A, Patrick Bürgi with his Australian partner Leigh Sands in the men's B doubles, ... Read more

  • IWT Latvian Open

    A small but fine Swiss delegation competed in Racketlon in Riga. Unfortunately, Giovanni Gentile and Manfred Grab had to cancel at short notice and could not be there. Michael Strässle and Christian Schäfer could get a third place in the strong doubles B. However, the second player was not always sure whether he was playing against two or three players. Graham King had trained tennis a lot in the last three... Read more

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Aktuelle Rankings (1. September 2022)

Herren Einzel
1. Benjamin Gränicher
2. Nico Hobi
3. Oliver Bühler
4. Cédric Junillon
5. Christian Schäfer
6. Nicolas Lenggenhager
7. Patrick Casanova-Lorenz
8. André Bandi
9. Roland Langhart
10. Yannic Andrey

Damen Einzel
1. Nathalie Vogel
2. Nicole Eisler
3. Valeria Pelosini
4. Adeline Kilchenmann
5. Myriam Enmer

Die gesamten Rankings findet ihr hier.