Bonzini WCS - Results

The second World Championship Series event in the 2012 ITSF Tour took place in Pontoise, France, on June 15-17.

Over 400 players competed in the tournament, and 11 nations took part in the National Teams Competitions.

During the WCS events, players are awarded major points towards the ITSF World Rankings and the first 3 Open Singles winners of each event are automatically qualified for the World Championships, as well as the winners of the Women’s, Junior and Senior Singles competitions.


We are pleased to announce that the three qualified male players are:

1. Paul NUNES (POR)
2. Troels TRIER (DEN)
3. Sven WONSYLD (DEN)



The winner of the Women’s Singles is:

1. Amalie BREMER (DEN)



The winner of the Junior Singles is:

1. David MORVAN (FRA)



And the winner of the Senior Singles is:

1. Eric SICOT (FRA)




In the National Teams’ Competition, the best players of each country competed in a series of Singles and Doubles matches, in order to determine the best national team on the Bonzini table.

Winners of the Men’s event:
1. DENMARK
2. FRANCE
3. BELGIUM



Winners of the Women’s event:
1. DENMARK
2. FRANCE
3. GERMANY


Winners of the Senior’s event:
1. GERMANY
2. FRANCE

Full Results


The next World Championship Series tournament, the Garlando WCS, will take place in Salzburg, Austria, from July 26th to 29th.

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