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, Esther Dübendorfer in the senior women's +40 and Beat Ladner/Giovanni Gentile in the senior men's +45 doubles. Congratulations!

But the London Open is not all about winning medals: Playing in a noble English sports club with top grass tennis courts must have been a super experience for everyone. As usual, the fun factor was not neglected either, which is worth a lot. So, at least from the author's point of view, it was a very successful weekend.

From an international point of view, the men's elite categories were won by Koen Hageraats from the Netherlands, who beat Lenggenhager in the final, and the women's elite categories were won by Anna-Klara Ahlmer from Sweden, who beat Myriam Enmer from France in the final.

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