http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReqwCXuxy_w http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j8WrF8YGCk Yesterday, I rediscovered on my hard drive two old videos that show the final in men's alternating doubles at the 2011 German Ringtennis Championships. Christian Kämpfer and Sebastian Weber of RTG Weidenau—who won their semi-final against Timo & Rainer Hufnagel—played against Alexej Ermak and me (TSV Neubiberg), after winning our semi-final against Tobias… Continue reading #rediscovered: The Final in Men’s Alternating Doubles at the 2011 German Ringtennis Ch’ships
I’m back … and I’ve been playing some Ringtennis
It's been quite some time since my last post, but now that my PhD thesis is almost finished (like, really, 99% finished), I'm gonna make some more time for blogging again :). For a start, I'll write about this year's German Championships in Ringtennis, which I played three weeks ago in Recklinghausen. Statistically, it was my… Continue reading I’m back … and I’ve been playing some Ringtennis
2014 in Review: World and German Champion!
Now that 2014 is almost over and there are only some league matches left, let's have a look at my past year in Ringtennis. All in all, it was a way better year than 2013. First, my fellow teammates of TSV Neubiberg-Ottobrunn and I came in second place in the German premier league (Bundesliga), only losing… Continue reading 2014 in Review: World and German Champion!
Test Match vs. Belarus and Bodensee Tournament
The past weekend, I participated in the Bodensee tournament, which was held right next to Lake Constance in the south of Germany. The tournament wasn't overly successful for me, with a third place in mixed doubles being my best result that I secured together with Lydia Schidelko. In the quarter-final of the men's singles competition,… Continue reading Test Match vs. Belarus and Bodensee Tournament
Back at the Top
Following my victories at the Siegen Tournament and the South German Championships, I'm back at the top of the German ranking after almost two years. All five men that played for Germany at the World Team Championships (which are also the top 5 of the ranking) participated in the men's singles competition at the South… Continue reading Back at the Top