Swiss players on every podium

...apart from the Men Elite and Men Seniors +50. Patrick Lorenz was not able to defend the title he won at the last Swiss Open 2 years ago because he had another important life event this weekend. All the best to Daniela und Patrick Casanova (former Lorenz!) from the Swiss Racketlon Federation. Nicolas Lenggenhager was the best Swiss player in this draw. He could seriously challenge later runner up and proved himself to be not too far away from the world’s best players.

In the Women Elite we had Nicole Eisler, who has never missed a Swiss Open so far, on the podium winning bronze. 

For all the other 30.5 medals won by Swiss players check out fir.tournamentsoftware.com and just enjoy the sight of so many Swiss flags ;-)

What else?

With Nina and Isabel Waidacher and Dimitri Steinmann we had 3 players participating who normally stand on other podiums. Nina Waidacher won bronze with the Swiss hockey team at the Olympic Games and her Sister Isabel is still a national ice hockey team member. Dimitri Steinmann on the other hand is a pro squash player and the actual number 2 in Switzerland. Thank you 3 for having given Racketlon the honour of your presence! Hope you enjoyed it.

Last but not least, thank you Esther and Florian Dübendorfer for the excellent organisation!

 

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Aktuelle Rankings (1. Juli 2019)

Herren Einzel
1. Benjamin Gränicher
2. Patrick Casanova
3. Cédric Junillon
4. Nico Hobi
5. Christian Schäfer
6. Nicolas Lenggenhager
7. André Bandi
8. Raphael Paglia
9. Michael Strässle
10. Oliver Bühler

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1. Nicole Eisler
2. Adeline Kilchenmann
3. Dara Ladner

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