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Slovakia Open 2009
From 2009-04-21 to 2009-04-25 in Piestany (Slovak Republic)


Participation

200 players from 29 countries and 3 continents
Edition: 8

Detailed results

Table of medals
Rank Country 1 2 3
1 Flag of France France 7 7 4.5
2 Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic 4 3 3
3 Flag of Sweden Sweden 2 5.5
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Medals


Men's open singles in wheelchair
1 Gold KIM Jung-gil (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
3 Bronze THOMAS Maxime (FRANCE)

Men's open singles standing
1 Gold RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
2 Silver GASPAR Ladislav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze MIETTINEN Esa (FINLAND)

Men's singles class 1
1 Gold NIKELIS Holger (GERMANY)
2 Silver DUCAY Jean-francois (FRANCE)
3 Bronze VEVERA Andreas (AUSTRIA)

Men's singles class 2
1 Gold RIAPOS Jan (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver RUEP Hans (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze HANSEN Lars Juul (DENMARK)

Men's singles class 3
1 Gold SCHMIDBERGER Thomas (GERMANY)
2 Silver MERRIEN Florian (FRANCE)
3 Bronze PINAS Tomas (SPAIN)

Men's singles class 4
1 Gold MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
2 Silver KOBER Dietmar (GERMANY)
3 Bronze THOMAS Maxime (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 5
1 Gold DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
2 Silver BOLLDEN Ernst (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze TAUS Rene (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 6
1 Gold ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
2 Silver FERNANDEZ Thomas (FRANCE)
3 Bronze WETHERILL David Paul (GREAT BRITAIN)

Men's singles class 7
1 Gold VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
2 Silver HORUT Daniel (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze DUQUESNE Arnaud Chislain (BELGIUM)

Men's singles class 8
1 Gold LOICQ Mathieu (BELGIUM)
2 Silver CSONKA Andras (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze SERIGNAT Francois (FRANCE)

Men's singles class 9
1 Gold ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)
2 Silver MIETTINEN Esa (FINLAND)
3 Bronze CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's singles class 10
1 Gold KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
3 Bronze LUKYANOV Pavel (RUSSIA)

Men's teams class 1
1 Gold DUCAY Jean-francois (FRANCE)
1 Gold GUEZENEC Jerome (FRANCE)
2 Silver NIKELIS Holger (GERMANY)
2 Silver DAVIES Robert (GREAT BRITAIN)
3 Bronze VAN ACKER Frank (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze POLKORAB Martin (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)

Men's teams class 2
1 Gold RIAPOS Jan (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
1 Gold REVUCKY Ratislav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver HANSEN Lars Juul (DENMARK)
2 Silver PODDUBNYI Sergej (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze VEVERA Andreas (AUSTRIA)
3 Bronze RUEP Hans (AUSTRIA)

Men's teams class 3
1 Gold MERRIEN Florian (FRANCE)
1 Gold GUILHEM Yann (FRANCE)
2 Silver GUERTLER Jan (GERMANY)
2 Silver SCHMIDBERGER Thomas (GERMANY)
3 Bronze PINAS Tomas (SPAIN)
3 Bronze RODRIGUES-MARTINEZ Miguel (SPAIN)

Men's teams class 4
1 Gold MARTIN Emeric (FRANCE)
1 Gold THOMAS Maxime (FRANCE)
1 Gold BENEDETTI Bruno (FRANCE)
2 Silver CHOI Il Sang (KOREA REPUBLIC)
2 Silver KIM Jung-gil (KOREA REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KOBER Dietmar (GERMANY)
3 Bronze BARABAS Balazs (HUNGARY)

Men's teams class 5
1 Gold KESLER Zlatko (SERBIA)
1 Gold DJURASINOVIC Ilija (SERBIA)
2 Silver DURAND Christophe (FRANCE)
2 Silver SAVANT-AIRA Nicolas (FRANCE)
3 Bronze TAUS Rene (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze HADRAVA Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Men's teams class 6
1 Gold ROSENMEIER Peter (DENMARK)
1 Gold JENSEN Michael (DENMARK)
2 Silver BUZIN Vadim (RUSSIA)
2 Silver ESAULOV Alexander (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze DI FRANCO MICHELL Carlo (BRAZIL)
3 Bronze GRUNDELER Bastien (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 7
1 Gold BAYLEY William John (GREAT BRITAIN)
1 Gold KARABARDAK Paul Arif (GREAT BRITAIN)
2 Silver LAMBERT Zbynek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver HORUT Daniel (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze DESPINEUX Ben Ashok (BELGIUM)
3 Bronze DUQUESNE Arnaud Chislain (BELGIUM)

Men's teams class 8
1 Gold LEDOUX Marc Philippe (BELGIUM)
1 Gold LOICQ Mathieu (BELGIUM)
2 Silver CSEJTEY Richard (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver JAMBOR Miroslav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
2 Silver MITAS Miroslav (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze GRUDZIEN Piotr (POLAND)
3 Bronze SKRZYNECKI Marcin (POLAND)

Men's teams class 9
1 Gold MIETTINEN Esa (FINLAND)
1 Gold AULIE Andreas (NORWAY)
2 Silver ZBORAI Gyula Istvan (HUNGARY)
2 Silver CSONKA Andras (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze SERIGNAT Francois (FRANCE)
3 Bronze BELLAIS Frederic (FRANCE)

Men's teams class 10
1 Gold KARABEC Ivan (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold CIESLAR Jaroslav (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver RUIZ REYES Jose Manuel (SPAIN)
2 Silver VALERA Alvaro (SPAIN)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Dezso (HUNGARY)
3 Bronze BERECZKI Zsolt (HUNGARY)

Women's open singles in wheelchair
1 Gold LUNDBACK Ingela (SWEDEN)
2 Silver GILROY Susan (GREAT BRITAIN)
3 Bronze PERIC-RANKOVIC Borislava (SERBIA)

Women's open singles standing
1 Gold ZAKOVA - DE LA BOURDONNAYE Michala (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver ABRAHAMSSON Josefin (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze KUDO Yasuko (JAPAN)

Women's singles class 1-2
1 Gold GOSSIAUX - SIREAU Florence (FRANCE)
2 Silver PUSHPASHEVA Nadejda (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze PARK Ok-sun (KOREA REPUBLIC)

Women's singles class 3
1 Gold AHLQUIST Anna-carin (SWEDEN)
2 Silver PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
3 Bronze KANOVA Alena (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)

Women's singles class 4-5
1 Gold PERIC-RANKOVIC Borislava (SERBIA)
2 Silver LUNDBACK Ingela (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze GILROY Susan (GREAT BRITAIN)

Women's singles class 6-7
1 Gold MARTYASHEVA Natalya (RUSSIA)
2 Silver SHISHKINA (OVSYANNIKOVA) Ulija (RUSSIA)
3 Bronze EIGNER Alicja (POLAND)

Women's singles class 8
1 Gold MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)
2 Silver ABRAHAMSSON Josefin (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze ARLOY Zsofia (HUNGARY)

Women's singles class 9-10
1 Gold KUDO Yasuko (JAPAN)
2 Silver ZAKOVA - DE LA BOURDONNAYE Michala (CZECH REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze ISHIKAWA Megumi (JAPAN)

Women's teams class 2-3
1 Gold MADER Doris (AUSTRIA)
1 Gold PAARDEKAM Jolanda (NETHERLANDS)
2 Silver BERTRAND Fanny (FRANCE)
2 Silver CLOT Genevieve (FRANCE)
3 Bronze HEAD Sara (GREAT BRITAIN)
3 Bronze MITTON Catherine (GREAT BRITAIN)
3 Bronze CAMPBELL Lara Jane (GREAT BRITAIN)

Women's teams class 4-5
1 Gold PINTAR Mateja (SLOVENIA)
1 Gold DOLINAR Andreja (SLOVENIA)
2 Silver LUNDBACK Ingela (SWEDEN)
2 Silver AHLQUIST Anna-carin (SWEDEN)
3 Bronze GILROY Susan (GREAT BRITAIN)
3 Bronze HARRIS - ROBERTSON Claire (GREAT BRITAIN)

Women's teams class 6-8
1 Gold MARTYASHEVA Natalya (RUSSIA)
1 Gold SHISHKINA (OVSYANNIKOVA) Ulija (RUSSIA)
2 Silver MAIRIE Claire (FRANCE)
2 Silver BARNEOUD Anne (FRANCE)
3 Bronze MAUREROVA Michaela (SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
3 Bronze KRIOUKOVA Svetlana (RUSSIA)

Women's teams class 9-10
1 Gold ZAKOVA - DE LA BOURDONNAYE Michala (CZECH REPUBLIC)
1 Gold JANECKOVA Jaroslawa (CZECH REPUBLIC)
2 Silver ABRAHAMSSON Josefin (SWEDEN)
2 Silver BELAVIC Jolanda (SLOVENIA)
3 Bronze KUDO Yasuko (JAPAN)
3 Bronze ISHIKAWA Megumi (JAPAN)