Historic tournament in Dubai
Dubai, the city of future in the United Arab Emirates hosts the very first Teqball event in Middle East in the history of the sport. Asian Teqball Tour as part of the FANKEEPERS Festival brings 83 teqers from 16 different nations, from 5 continents.
In three doubles categories, teqers will be crowned in the shadow of the tallest building of the world, the Burj Khalifa as the tournament will be in the Burj Park as part of the debuting FANKEEPERS Festival.
Only a week after the second USA Teqball Tour in California, the busiest schedule of FITEQ ever continues. Current men’s single world champion Apor Györgydeák who finished third in mixed doubles in Los Angeles, as well four-time WCh winner Ádám Blázsovics, runner-up at Venice Beach in men’s doubles both participate in the Emirates.
Nikola Mitro returns to his fellow partner Bogdan Marojevic with whom won three world champion titles in men’s doubles, while one of the best female teqer, Lea Vasas team up again with Zsanett Janicsek and Ádám Bakó. Both duo won their category in Nüremberg in 2022. Bakó and Vasas were named as “Teqers of the year” in Hungary last week.
Bicycle kick masters from Thailand as well as the creators of China’s first Teqball club also compete at the four-day competition among other nation's bests.
The whole event from Dubai will be streamed on FITEQ’s YouTube channel while the finals can be followed live on Eurosport.
FANKEEPERS Festival’s mission is to create an open community where people are united with life energy and moving forward. Every year the festival will surprise guests with new attractive types of sports. You can experience it between 2nd & 5th of March in Burj Park.