Ormeau acquired the defence of their SBL Premier Division title off to a robust begin as they beat league newcomers TableTennisDaily.
Performed throughout one desk on the ‘PingPod’ in Bristol, some improbable motion was witnessed by a energetic crowd. Spain’s Daniel Berzosa, Damien Provost (pictured) and Zak Wilson made the journey throughout the Irish sea to Bristol to face up in opposition to Callum Evans, Umair Mauthoor and Tom Maynard for the house aspect.
Berzosa acquired the afternoon underway in opposition to Welsh No.1 Evans. The younger Spaniard dominated to wrap up the primary win of his SBL Premier Division marketing campaign in three. Damien Provost then carried on from the place he left off final season, when he gained 9 of his ten singles ties. Regardless of dropping one set to Mauthoor, he confirmed exceptional ability to select up Ormeau’s second victory of the day.
The doubles match that adopted was electrical. Evan teamed up with Maynard for TTD and pushed the Provost/Berzosa duo onerous, however Ormeau picked up the win in 4 (11–5, 11-7, 8-11, 11-5).
Maynard then stepped up for his first singles tie of the day. He acquired the house aspect their first win of the afternoon with a clear sweep in opposition to Zak Wilson, together with a tense 16-14 win within the second.
Sadly for TTD it wasn’t the beginning of a exceptional comeback as Provost beat Evans in three to seal the general win for Ormeau. The Frenchman was ultimately named participant of the match for his half within the victory.
Berzosa and Maynard shared an exciting 5 set affair in what was arguably the match of the tie. The primary 4 units had been shared back-and-forth earlier than 19-year-old Berzosa pipped Maynard 11-6 within the final to win 3-2. Mauthoor then ensured TTD would finish the fixture on a excessive, beating Wilson 3-1 and choosing up the home-sides’ second win of the day.
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The subsequent spherical of fixtures will happen on Saturday twenty first October. Drumchapel Glasgow TTC face North Ayrshire within the all-Scottish fixture. BATTS will host Brighton TTC and TableTennisDaily journey to Fusion.
A mouth-watering tie then follows on Sunday twenty second October as Ormesby face Ormeau in a conflict of final season’s prime two.
Photograph credit score: Michael Loveder
Desk Tennis Each day 2 Ormeau 5
Daniel Berzosa (ORM) bt Callum Evans (TTD) 3-0 (11-9, 11-6, 11-9)
Damien Provost (ORM) bt Umair Mauthoor (TTD) 3-1 (11-5, 11-1, 10-12, 11-3)
Damien Provost/Daniel Berzosa (ORM) bt Callum Evans/Tom Maynard 3-1 (11–5, 11-7, 8-11, 11-5)
Tom Maynard (TTD) bt Zak Wilson (ORM) 3-0 (11-5, 16-14, 11-6)
Damien Provost (ORM) bt Callum Evans (TTD) 3-0 (11-4, 11-7, 11-6)
Daniel Berzosa (ORM) bt Tom Maynard (TTD) 3-2 (Sept. 11, 11-9, 7-11, 11-3, 11-6)
Umair Mauthoor (TTD) bt Zak Wilson (ORM) 3-1 (11-9, 8-11, 11-9, 11-6)