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Ryder ladies keep themselves 'alive'

Ryder ladies keep themselves 'alive'

1. Klosterneuberger TV – Grazer Park Club 0:7. After the opening 3:4 defeat to KLC, Graz Park Club has put itself in good stead in the fight for places in the semi-finals with a 4:3 win over UTC Fischer Ried and now with a hat-trick in the net. Lower Austria. Clear success was never in doubt, with only 14-year-old star Anna Bircher (2:6, 6:0, 10:5 against ex-pro Karolin Ilovska) and the duo of Polina Lykina (RUS)/Yvonne Neuwirth ever having to give up a set and no They can only win the match in a tiebreaker.

Free Play: TC Kitzbuhel


Group A

TSV Hartberg-Tens – ASCO TC Burgenland Energy Eisenstadt 3:6. First 3:6 against last year's semi-finalist TC Raiffeisen Schwaz, then 4:5 against last year's finalist TC Harland – and now again 3:6: The Styrian team is still somewhat unlucky in their second year in the Bundesliga and they should So wait for their first win of the season. The Hartbergers, led by David Pichler of Burgenland, lost four of the five games going into tiebreakers in the match against their rival from Burgenland (two doubles, two of three singles). In the end, this mortgage turned out to be too large, and so the Eisenstadt newcomers achieved their first top-flight win on their second attempt.

UTC Strasbourg – TC Harland 2:7. The second defeat in the second match for Carinthians, and the third success in the third match for Lower Austria in the live match of this round on ÖTV Men's TV. The visitors paved their way to victory early with a 3-0 win after the first men's doubles match. In the singles matches, TC Harland, led by the Germans Timo Studer and Louis Wessels, no longer backed down after the close defeat suffered by the young Jan Koperski against the veteran Patrick Offner and the surrender of Tobias Verlinde to Tobias Smoliner.

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Free to play: TC Raiffeisen Schwaz

Group B

STC Raptor Salzburg – TC Raiffeisen Dornbirn 6:3. FC Salzburg, newly formed from a partnership between STC, UTC Eugendorf and UTC Radstadt, will also be unscathed in the third encounter. The 2:1 difference after doubles matches was extended to 4:2 in singles matches. Victory's fathers were in particular German Jacob Schneiter and Salzburg local hero Benedikt Emesz thanks to their success in singles and doubles. The home team was eventually able to overcome the defeat of Daniel Masur in the German singles duel against Dominik Bühler (3:6, 6:3, 10:12) as well as the second match, which was also decided against Salzburg in the match. Tiebreaker – doubles.

UTC Casa Moda Steyr – Union Stein&Co Mauthausen 0:9. In addition to STC Rabbittle Salzburg, the second team in Group B remains unbeaten. Union Stein & Co Mauthausen's men, considered by most clubs to be early title contenders, also managed a clear win in their second appearance. This time they did not even give the home team from UTC Casa Moda Steyr a winning point in the Upper Austria derby. Only Simon Traxler was able to win a set for Steyr in both singles doubles (with Marko Andrejic against Slovenian Blaz Rula and former ÖTV Davis Cup Andreas Haider-Maurer) and in singles doubles (against German Mats Moring), but lost twice in the match tie-break. All other matches were pretty much a clear-cut favorite for the away team.

Free Game: TC GM-Sports Anif

Second German League

In the third round of the 2nd Bundesliga on White Monday, there were Tyrolean victories in the women's first group – thanks to the women of TC Raiffeisen Schwaz, who were unbeaten even after their second appearance (6:1 against the newcomers from TC St. Andrä) and through TC Wörgl (also 6:1 in the Tyrolean Derby against TK IEV MED-EL. The two winning teams now top the table. In Group B, ATSV Steyr Tennis also won their third encounter and scored 7:0 against newcomers from SPG Rainbach/Grünbach scored three points for the first time With 5:2 on TC Dornbirn by Tannenhof at the second attempt.

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In the men's category, TC Hard (5:4 in TC Sparkasse Seebenstein) and ATV RE Future team IRDNING (6:3 against Amstetten) achieved their third win and second in Group A and are therefore the leaders. In Group B, TC Telfs (at TSG St. Pölten) and UTC Mistelbach (at ÖTB TV Urfahr) recorded away victories with a score of 6-3. After its third victory in the third match, Telfs leads Mistelbach, which has only lost in a direct duel with Telfs in its three matches so far.


Group A
TC Raiffeisen Schwaz – TC Saint Andra 6:1
TC Wörgl – TK IEV MED-EL 6:1

Group B
Union Modelling Tennis Club – TC Resort Dornbirn by Tannenhof 5:2
ATSV Steyr Tennis – SPG Reinback/Grünback 7:0


Group A
TC Sparkasse Seebenstein – TC Hard 4:5

Group B
TSG St. Pölten – TCTV 3:6
ÖTB TV Urfahr – UTC Mistelbach 3:6