by Ian Marshall
In class 1, she started in the group stage in second place in the women’s singles and on the same place in the women’s doubles.
In the women’s category, she finished the day behind Englishman Jan Fuller, but ahead of Chilean Digna Lopez-Abarca and Slovenian Danica Kocbek.
“I was looking forward to playing Margie. She’s a great player and we had a lot of fun playing. I was hoping I could win at least one set, but that wasn’t my day today. But at least it’s more important to have fun than to win. ”Digna Lopez-Abarca
It was similar in the women’s doubles, together with the Danish Elisabeth Ildal, the group runner-up; the duo took the next place behind the Germans Silke Kind and Marita Siegel; Third place went to the Slovenian Danica Kocbek and Biserka Muszec. The Poles Iwona Salak and Ewa Kerntopf finished the matter in fourth place.
“I’m definitely looking to protect my title from New York. I trained hard for this competition and could feel the energy build up and my body just flow as I played. ”Margie Alley
Good form by Elisabeth Ildal; This is also the case with her compatriot Lars Bo Kaspersen.
Similarly in class 1 in both men’s singles and partner colleague Jesper Jerslund in men’s doubles, it was group runner-up in both disciplines.
He summed up the value of the tournament perfectly. There are five events – men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles – in each event, with the exception of the women’s doubles with two, three classes according to a. organizes the degree of disability of the player.
In all events, the players who finish first and second in each event will advance to the main round, and all remaining players will advance to the main round.
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