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28. Kids Open
Doppel(t) spielen - gemeinsam gewinnen!

09_2017

Three days of World-Championship feeling for the kids

The 2017 andro Kids Open have been a total success - once again.

Here the press release of Borussia Düsseldorf:

1.211 boys and girls from 26 different countries made the 28. andro Kids Open from 18. - 20. August to a special event, which ended with the award ceremonies of 16 single-events on Sunday. Until this time the participants played more than 4000 matches in three days on over 70 tables.

All in all there were awarded 138 trophies and just as many medals to the winners and positioned on this tournament, organised by Borussia Düsseldorf in the athletics stadium in Düsseldorf. Material prizes were even awarded to 250 Kids and Teens, because of the winners of the consolation round.

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Besides the competition the visits of the Pro's with Timo Boll leading the way was a notably highlight for all the talented junior players. Furthermore the participants could attend in the supporting program, allocated by Borussia's associate Döbelner SV.

On Saturday evening most of the kids attended the match between the two Bundesliga teams Borussia Düsseldorf and TTC Schwalbe Bergneustadt in the ARAG CenterCourt. There they could experience the Pro's at close quarters and cheer the victory of Borussia Düsseldorf.

 "A magnificent tournament - as the 28 years before", said the enthusiastic president of Borussia Dr. Fritz Wienke."We want to thank all of the participants and their coaches together with the 120 volunteers. In particular we want to thank our longtime partner andro for their support, the City of Düsseldorf and ARAG."