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NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters

Kunieda and Griffioen wins men´s and women´s title
Draw  12 Nov 2012 - 07:16 / by Federico Coppini / reads 2981.
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Wheelchair Tennis Masters

Shingo Kunieda of Japan and Jiske Griffioen of the Netherlands won their first NEC Masters men's singles and women's singles titles, beating Maikel Scheffers and Aniek van Koot of the Netherlands respectively.

The NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters was initiated in 1994 to honour the top players who have shown dedication and professionalism to the sport, and forms the climax to the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour, that in 2012 featured approximately 170 events in more than 40 countries. In the men’s and women’s events, eight players compete in two round-robin groups, with the top two players in each group reaching the semifinals. In the quad event, four players compete in one round-robin group, with the top two players contesting the final.

MEN’S FINAL

Shingo Kunieda (JPN) (3) d. Maikel Scheffers (NED) (2) 62 46 62

WOMEN’S FINAL

Jiske Griffioen (NED) (4) d. Aniek van Koot (1) 64 64

MEN’S 3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF

Stephane Houdet (FRA) (1) d. Stefan Olsson (SWE) 26 61 63

WOMEN’S 3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF

Sabine Ellerbrock (GER) (2) d. Marjolein Buis (NED) (3) 36 62 64




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