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Doubles, Singles, Youths, Juniors, Performance classes
Friday Feb 10: Doubles 1-5, 6-11
Saturday Feb 11: Youths (born 2001 or later), Juniors (born 1996-2000) and Singles Performance class 3, 2, 1 and Elite
Sunday Feb 12: Singles class 1-11
200 SEK / team in double class
150 SEK / event in single class
Format of play
All matches will be played to the best of 5 games.
Double events played as knock-out rounds. If there are 4 or less teams the event will be played in a round-robin format without knock-out.
Single events played in a round-robin basis in groups of 3, 4 or 5 players. Two players advance from each group to the second stage which will be played in knock-out format. In youth and junior classes also players placed 3-5 in the first stage goes to second stage consolation knock-out rounds.
If there are 4 or less players the event will be played in a round-robin format without knock-out.
Seeding for all the events will be done according to the latest ITTF PTT and Parasport Sweden rating list at the time of the draws.
The draws will be held 30 minutes before each class start.
Eligibility and Classes/classification
Depending on the entries, the organizer reserve the right to combine classes in accordance to the Parasport Sweden tournament regulations for para table tennis.
Please note that players can only register in maximum one class per day. This means for Feb 11 youth/juniors are requested to choose these classes, seniors choose "performance classes".
All players with any physical or intellectual disability can participate. For the Disability classes 1-11 the player must have international or national table tennis classification.
National classification can be issued, to request this please contact the organizer.
Directly after the final match on Sunday. Gold-, silver- and bronze medals. Bronze medals will be awarded to both semifinal players. If a singles event has fewer than 4 players, no bronze medal will be awarded.
The teams must wear uniform club outfit.
Emma Lundell, Fredrik Nilsson