MAY 2019 – 2019 VICTORIA OPEN TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. Victoria Table Tennis Club’s 2019 Victoria Table Tennis Open Championship results. The tournament took place on May 11, 2019. Below are the results for each competition played. Open Singles. Winner – David Mandelstam. Runner-Up – Chris Van Hees. 3rd Place – Eniko Martonne.
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Through Table Tennis Victoria’s fundraising partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation, donations to these vital programs are tax-deductible. So please show your support by donating today! Donor messages. Barak Mizrachi. All the best for the TTV Junior Development. Ritchie Hinton.
Table Tennis Victoria is the State Sporting Organisation for the Sport of Table Tennis in Victoria. TTV was formed in 1925. It is affiliated with TTA, the ITTF and the OTTF. TTV has over 4,500 registered members. Members have represented Australia in Olympic Games, Paralympic GamesCommonwealth Games, Able Bodied and Para World Championships, the World Cup and numerous other international competitions; including junior, youth and veteran levels. At the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Victoria's Miao Mi