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28. andro KIDS OPEN
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28th andro Kids Open 2017 Registration starting from 5th January 2017
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Here the press release of Borussia Düsseldorf's press spokesman Alexander Schilling:
“The 28th andro Kids Open will take place from 18th to 20th August 2017 this year. The registration of the largest European Table Tennis Tournament for young talents, which provides some innovations in 2017, opens on January 5th 2017!
All boys and girls aged 6-16 years can participate at this three-day spectacle in the Arena-Sportparks Düsseldorf. Register online via the event website kids-open.borussia-duesseldorf.com starting this Thursday. A discounted participation fee (starting at 17 Euro) is valid until the end of January. Registration period ends four weeks before the event on 23rd July 2017.
The program booklet with all information about the event is already available online and will also be available as a print version at Borussia Düsseldorf and Schöler&Micke in Dortmund by the second week of January. 1,500 participating kids from all over the world are expected. Last year, participants from 29 nations joined the event.
"Play more than ever" is the motto of the 28th edition.. For this reason some improvements have been made. A doubles tournament has been implemented for the first time in the history of the event replacing the previous team competition. There will be a group stage before the main round is played in a K.O. system. In addition, a consolation round is introduced. This guarantees each and every kid a minimum of 4 games at the first competition day.
At the same time, the consolation round is having its premiere on the main tables, which have been held at mini-tables in former times. Thus all participants will compete more games under real competition conditions than before."