2006

World Championships 2006 in India

plakat_chennaiThe first World Championships for Tenniquoits has been held in November 2006 in Chennai (Madras) – India. This has been the biggest event ever conducted in the history of this sport with nearly 32 hours of live TV-coverage. Delegations of Germany, South Africa, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Brazil and India participated at this event, which has been conducted in the disciplines World Championships for Teams, World Championships for Men-Singles and World Championships for Women-Singles. Moreover Men-Doubles and Women-Doubles have been played as an exhibition competition. The Tennikoit Federation of India did a very good job in hosting this marvellous event at Nadia Comaneci Hall in Velammal International School. The German Tenniquoits players did a very good job in winning all gold medals and the trophies. Thanks to Mr. Velmurugan, Vice President of TKFI and chief organiser of the 1st World Championships. This will be a starting point for spreading Tenniquoits into much more countries around the world.

Greeting WTFemblem_tkfi
Time Schedule
Time Schedule Training Day
Detailed Time Schedule

Knock-out Schedule Men-Singles
Knock-out Schedule Women-Singles
Final Ranking Men-Doubles
Final Ranking Men-Singles
Final Ranking Women-Doubles
Final Ranking Women-Singles
Final Ranking Teams
Scorecard RSA – IND
Scorecard GER – IND
Scorecard GER – RSA

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