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Hungarian Open 2009
From 2009-03-19 to 2009-03-23 in Budapest (Hungary)


Participation

219 players from 27 countries and 2 continents
Edition: 11

Detailed results

Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of Spain Spain 6 1
2 Flag of France France 5 9 10
3 Flag of Turkey Turkey 3 2 2
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Medals


Men's open singles in wheelchair
1 Gold MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
2 Silver CETIN Selcuk (GERMANY)
3 Bronze URHAUG Tommy (NORWAY)

Men's open singles standing
1 Gold RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
2 Silver POWROZNIAK Sebastian (POLAND)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)

Men's singles class 1
1 Gold VEVERA Andreas (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver NIKELIS Holger (GERMANY)
3 Bronze GUEZENEC Jerome (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 2
1 Gold PODDUBNYI Sergej (RUSSIA)
2 Silver RUEP Hans (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze LAMIRAULT Fabien (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 3
1 Gold KIM Young-gun (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver SUTTER Christian (SWITZERLAND)
3 Bronze SCHMIDBERGER Thomas (GERMANY)

Men's singles class 4
1 Gold MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
2 Silver THOMAS Maxime (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PECHARD Sebastien (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 5
1 Gold URHAUG Tommy (NORWAY)
2 Silver SAVANT-AIRA Nicolas (FRANCE)
3 Bronze KRIZANEC Zoran (CROATIA)

Men's singles class 6
1 Gold ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
2 Silver GREGOROVIC Vjekoslav (CROATIA)
3 Bronze CARION Olivier (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 7
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
2 Silver MORALES Jordi (SPAIN)
3 Bronze MESSI Stephane (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 8
1 Gold CSONKA Andras (HUNGARY)
2 Silver GLICKMAN Zeev (ISRAEL)
3 Bronze SKRZYNECKI Marcin (POLAND)

Men's singles class 9
1 Gold CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver BELLAIS Frederic (FRANCE)
3 Bronze VIJVERBERG Ronald (NETHERLANDS)

Men's singles class 10
1 Gold RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
2 Silver POWROZNIAK Sebastian (POLAND)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)

Men's teams class 1
1 Gold NIKELIS Holger (GERMANY)
1 Gold KILGER Walter (GERMANY)
2 Silver ROSSI Mauro (ITALY)
2 Silver PIZZURRO Marco (ITALY)
3 Bronze GUEZENEC Jerome (FRANCE)
3 Bronze HERNANDEZ Cyril (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 2
1 Gold KIM Kong-Yong (KOREA REPUBLIC)
1 Gold KIM Min-gyu (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver BOURY Vincent (FRANCE)
2 Silver GAUDRY Teddy (FRANCE)
2 Silver MOUTIEZ Georges Emmanuel (FRANCE)
3 Bronze REVUCKY Ratislav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze LUDROVSKY Martin (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)

Men's teams class 3
1 Gold PINAS Tomas (SPAIN)
1 Gold RODRIGUES-MARTINEZ Miguel (SPAIN)
2 Silver KRAMMINGER Egon (AUSTRIA)
2 Silver DOLLMANN Manfred (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze SCHMIDBERGER Thomas (GERMANY)
3 Bronze WEIDEMANN Andre (GERMANY)

Men's teams class 4
1 Gold KOBER Dietmar (GERMANY)
1 Gold BURKHARDT Werner (GERMANY)
2 Silver MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
2 Silver PECHARD Sebastien (FRANCE)
3 Bronze KIM Young-gun (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KIM Jung-gil (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Men's teams class 5
1 Gold THOMAS Maxime (FRANCE)
1 Gold SAVANT-AIRA Nicolas (FRANCE)
2 Silver DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
2 Silver ROSEC Gregory (FRANCE)
3 Bronze URHAUG Tommy (NORWAY)
3 Bronze DJURASINOVIC Ilija (SERBIA)

Men's teams class 6
1 Gold ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
1 Gold JENSEN Michael (DENMARK)
2 Silver GREGOROVIC Vjekoslav (CROATIA)
2 Silver OBILINOVIC (CL6) Dinko (CROATIA)
3 Bronze GOFER Asaf Ayal (ISRAEL)
3 Bronze BOBROV Danny (ISRAEL)

Men's teams class 7
1 Gold MORALES Jordi (SPAIN)
1 Gold SEOANE ALCAZAR Alberto (SPAIN)
2 Silver LAMBERT Zbynek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver HORUT Daniel (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze SHUR Samuel (ISRAEL)
3 Bronze DESPINEUX Ben Ashok (BELGIUM)

Men's teams class 8
1 Gold GRUDZIEN Piotr (POLAND)
1 Gold SKRZYNECKI Marcin (POLAND)
2 Silver GLICKMAN Zeev (ISRAEL)
2 Silver VERGEYLEN Nico (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze ANDERSSON Emil (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze RIGNELL Fabian Nils (SWEDEN)

Men's teams class 9
1 Gold ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)
1 Gold CSONKA Andras (HUNGARY)
2 Silver HEIJNEN Tonnie (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver VIJVERBERG Ronald (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze BELLAIS Frederic (FRANCE)
3 Bronze BOUVAIS Thomas (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 10
1 Gold RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
2 Silver POWROZNIAK Sebastian (POLAND)
2 Silver GEWERT Waldemar (POLAND)
2 Silver GROCHOLSKI Marcin (POLAND)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Zsolt (HUNGARY)

Women's open singles in wheelchair
1 Gold ZORZETTO Valeria (ITALY)
2 Silver LUNDBACK Ingela (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze PERIC-RANKOVIC Borislava (SERBIA)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold KAVAS Neslihan (TURKEY)
2 Silver VAN ZON Kelly (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)

Women's singles class 2
1 Gold PODDA Clara (ITALY)
2 Silver CLOT Genevieve (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PEZZUTTO Pamela (ITALY)

Women's singles class 3
1 Gold PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver AHLQUIST Anna-carin (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze MARIAGE Stephanie (FRANCE)

Women's singles class 4-5
1 Gold PERIC-RANKOVIC Borislava (SERBIA)
2 Silver ZORZETTO Valeria (ITALY)
3 Bronze LUNDBACK Ingela (SWEDEN)

Women's singles class 6-7
1 Gold VAN ZON Kelly (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver BARNEOUD Anne (FRANCE)
3 Bronze KORKUT Kubra (TURKEY)

Women's singles class 8
1 Gold MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)
2 Silver DAHLEN Aida (NORWAY)
3 Bronze JASTRZEBSKA Dajana (POLAND)

Women's singles class 9-10
1 Gold KAVAS Neslihan (TURKEY)
2 Silver CAN Ebru (TURKEY)
3 Bronze ERTIS Umran (TURKEY)

Women's teams class 2-3
1 Gold BRUNELLI Michela (ITALY)
1 Gold PODDA Clara (ITALY)
2 Silver BERTRAND Fanny (FRANCE)
2 Silver FILLOU Marie-Christine (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PUSHPASHEVA Nadejda (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze GAY Valerie (FRANCE)

Women's teams class 4-5
1 Gold PERIC-RANKOVIC Borislava (SERBIA)
1 Gold MATIC Nada (SERBIA)
2 Silver PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver DOLINAR Andreja (SLOVENIA)
3 Bronze LUNDBACK Ingela (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze AHLQUIST Anna-carin (SWEDEN)

Women's teams class 6-8
1 Gold MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)
1 Gold BARNEOUD Anne (FRANCE)
2 Silver VAN ZON Kelly (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver SCHRIJVER Wendy (NETHERLANDS)
3 Bronze DAHLEN Aida (NORWAY)
3 Bronze JASTRZEBSKA Dajana (POLAND)

Women's teams class 9-10
1 Gold KAVAS Neslihan (TURKEY)
1 Gold KORKUT Kubra (TURKEY)
2 Silver ERTIS Umran (TURKEY)
2 Silver CAN Ebru (TURKEY)
3 Bronze DE JONCKHEERE Sylvie (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze DE JONG Danielle (NETHERLANDS)