Let’s get ready to Teqball
This year’s Teqball season starts in Skopje, North Macedonia between January 26th and 29th while our followers overseas will also be supplied with great actions from Los Angeles, USA the same weekend.
Historic year starts in this week with the busiest calendar of Teqball ever. The very first international competition will be held in Skopje in the Sports Center Jane Sandaski.
The four days rendez-vous will follow the classic format, the five finals are on January 29, Sunday. Entry is free.
Skopje is not only starts the season for Teqball, but it is also the second occasion of four where athletes can play for the qualification to the European Games which will be hosted by Kraków, Poland this summer and Teqball debuts as a medal sport.
Four-times world champion Adam Blazsovics as well as two-times world champions Csaba Banyik, Zsanett Janicsek, along with Lea Vasas just as the winner of the Teqball World Championships 2021 in Gliwice Anna Izsak will both compete in the capital of North Macedonia. While the dominating double from Serbia, Nikola Mitro and Bogdan Marojevic can continue the pair's successes. Multiple world champion medallist Adrian Duszak from Poland will play for his first European Teqball Tour victory and the current world ranking leader in men’s single, also the winner of the latest WCh in Nuremberg, Apor Gyorgydeak challenge his opponents to make longer his streak.
Every match can be followed on our YouTube channel.
In the city of angels, only doubles will face each other in the L.A. Convention Center while the finals will be held next to the Santa Monica pier. World champion silver medallists Vania Moraes Da Cruz and Margaret Osmundson are on among the athletes. Although Carolyn Greco is one of the bests in women’s double she took the crown first in singles category in Nuremberg at the WCh. Greco goes into battle to keep the trophy home.
The bouts in California will be streamed on FITEQ’s YouTube while the finals can be watched on ESPN3.