Editing by TTC Maberzell: The Bundesliga table tennis team has withstood the pressure, scored a comfortable 3-0 win over TTF Ochsenhausen, and for fourth in the table, it took a watershed spot once again.
Fulda – The TTC RhönSprudel folda– Maberzel celebrated an important victory in the battle for the playoffs: Thanks to a 3-0 win over TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen, East Hesse returned to the top four – in the first leg, Fulda had inflicted the first defeat of the season at the top level. Swabia with 3-2.
The key to winning the second leg was Rowen Velos’ break in the opener: With great dynamism and a perfect blend of defensive and offensive play, 33-year-old Simon Gausi hit the wrong foot over and over again and finally won. 3:1 (11:9, 11:8, 8:11, 11:5). “I risked everything and I’m happy to hit some good balls,” Vilos said afterwards. “The match was the heart of the matter today and it got us moving.”
Table tennis German Bundesliga: Maberzel wins and ends up at the match venue
After Velos’ opening win, Quadri Aruna and Alexander Cassin also beat for the guests: Aruna beat Kanak Ja 3:0 (11:6, 11:5, 11:4), before Cassin kept his cool against Samuel Kulchiki and with 3:2 (7 :11, 11:9, 6:11, 11:5, 11:4) explained Fulda’s success. “Fulda played superbly,” admitted TTF coach Fu Yong, whose team slipped to sixth place.
Given the tight table situation, Ochsenhausen could return to the top four early in the next round: Next Friday, January 21, TTF will play in Borussia Düsseldorf from 7pm; Meanwhile, Fulda is contesting the Hessen derby at TTC OE Bad Homburg. (seconds)
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