Here you can find the results of the 5th Youth Table Tennis World Festival.

FINALS AND RESULTS

Singles

Boys. U11.: Volodymyr Nevishzin (Ukraine)–Peter Zubor (Hungary) 3:2 (-10, -6, 7, 12, 8). 1. Volodymyr Nevishzin, 2. Péter Zubor, 3. Márk Bardas (Romania) and Dávid Toró (Romania). U13: Amr Yahia (Egypt)–Samuel Kuhl (Germany) 3: 0 (6, 8, 10). 1. Amr Yahia, 2. Samuel Kuhl, 3. Parham Mohammad (Iran) and Zétény Lindner (Hungary). U15: Wassim Essid (Tunisia)–Georgiosz Nikolaosz Kizakisz (Hungary) 3: 0 (11, 4, 9). 1. Wassim Essid, 2. Georgiosz Nikolaosz Kizakisz, 3. Juan Gonzalez (Ecuador) and Samuel Kuhl (Germany). U17: Nakamura Kowa (Japan)–Hagihara Keishi (Japan) 3: 1 (3, 11, -9, 10). 1. Nakamura Kowa, 2. Hagihara Keishi, 3. Sakai Yuhi (Japan) and Shokhrukh Iskandarov (Uzbekistan). U19: Nakamura Kowa (Japan)–Yoshiyama Ryoichi (Japan) 3: 2 (8, -7, 10, -10, 7). 1. Nakamura Kowa, 2. Yoshiyama Ryoichi, 3. Suzuki Hayate (Japan) and Shokhrukh Iskandarov (Uzbekistan).

Girls. U11.: Lizett Fazekas (Hungary)–Zsófia Fegyver (Hungary) 3: 0 (2, 8, 3). 1. Lizett Fazekas, 2. Zsófia Fegyver, 3. Hanna Kakas (Hungary) and Nada Mohamed (Egypt). U13: Arujan Kamalova (Uzbekistan)–Asel Erkebaeva (Uzbekistan) 3: 1 (6, 7, -8, 3). 1. Arujan Kamalova, 2. Asel Erkebaeva, 3. Blanka Erdélyi (Hungary) and Lizett Fazekas (Hungary). U15: Asel Erkebaeva (Uzbekistan)–Arujan Kamalova (Uzbekistan) 3: 2 (7, -5, 11, -3, 7). 1. Asel Erkebaeva, 2. Arujan Kamalova, 3. Gréta Szuhanyik (Hungary) and Kendra Molnár (Hungary). U17: Veronika Matiunina (Ukraine)–Anna Volentics (Hungary) 3: 1 (2, 8, -5, 4). 1. Veronika Matiunina, 2. Anna Volentics, 3. Dorina Hudák (Hungary) and Sogdiana Ibodullaeva (Uzbekistan). U19: Veronika Matiunina (Ukraine)–Ágnes Balogh (Hungary) 3: 0 (6, 8, 5). 1. Veronika Matiunina, 2. Ágnes Balogh, 3. Anna Volentics (Hungary) and Dorina Hudák (Hungary).

Doubles

Boys. U15: Ákos Kókai, Zsombor Kasa (Hungary)–Lukas Gjörling, Olle Stahl (Sweden) 3: 1 (5, -9, 7, 8). 1. Ákos Kókai, Zsombor Kasa, 2. Lukas Gjörling, Olle Stahl, 3. Wassim Essid, Youssef Aidli (Tunisia) and Lénárd Szabó, Erik Frank-Sánta (Hungary). U19: Hayate Suzuki, Keishi Hagihara (Japan)–Ákos Szabó, Balázs Vörös (Hungary) 3: 0 (4, 6, 12). 1. Hayate Suzuki, Keishi Hagihara, 2. Ákos Szabó, Balázs Vörös, 3. Yoshiyama Ryoichi, Nakamura Kowa (Japan) and Shokhrukh Iskandarov, Nikita Panov (Uzbekistan).

Girls. U15: Nóra Polónyi, Kendra Molnár (Hungary)–Esel Erkebaeva, Arujan Kamalova (Uzbekistan) 3: 1 (9, 9, -11, 6). 1. Nóra Polónyi, Kendra Molnár, 2. Esel Erkebaeva, Arujan Kamalova, 3. Daria Kovalova, Veronika Vasylenko (Ukraine) and Anie Rubio, Angelica Arellano (Ecuador). U19: Veronika Matiunina, Iolanta Yevtodii (Ukraine)–Czeglédi Dorka, Kemecsei Linda (Hungary) 3: 0 (7, 9, 4). 1. Veronika Matiunina, Iolanta Yevtodii, 2. Dorka Czeglédi, Linda Kemecsei, 3. Ágnes Balogh, Dorina Hudák (Hungary) and Sophie Ott, Sophia Zahradnik (Germany).

Team

Boys. U11:  Romania–Hungary A 3: 1. 1. Romania (Dávid Toró, Ákos Paizs, Márk Bardas), 2. Hungary A, 3. Hungary B and Tunisia / Czech Republic mixed. U15:  Tunisia–Hungary A 3: 0. 1. Tunisia (Wassim Essid, Youssef Aidli, Mohamed Khaloufi), 2. Hungary A, 3. Ecuador and Hungary C. U19: Japan–Sweden 3:0. 1. Japan (Hagihara Keishi, Suzuki Hayate, Nakamura Kowa, Yoshiyama Ryoichi), 2. Sweden, 3. Hungary A and Uzbekistan.

Girls. U15: Hungary A–Ecuador 3:0. 1. Hungary A (Sophie Barcsai, Nóra Dohóczki, Kendra Molnár, Nóra Polónyi), 2. Ecuador, 3. Ukraine and Hungary B.  U19: Ukraine A–Hungary A 3:2. 1. Ukraine A (Veronika Matiunina, Anastasiia Khachaturova, Olha Ponko), 2. Hungary A, 3. Hungary B and Ukraine B.

RANKINGS

RANKING OF COUNTRIES

1. Hungary 1101 point
2. Ukraine 372 point
3. Uzbekistan 231 point
4. Japan 205 point
5. Germany 188 point
6. Ecuador 151 point
7. Tunisia 145 point
8. Romania 131 point
9. Sweden 126 point
10. Egypt 90 point
11. Iran 24 point
12. Kirgizisztán 21 point
13. Slovakia 11 point
13. Greece 11 point
15. Czech Republic 7 point
16. Netherland 6 point
17. Ghana 5 point
17. Brazil 5 point

RANKING OF BEST BOY COMPETITORS

  1. Nakamura Kowa (Japan) 68 point
  2. Essid Wassim (Tunisia) 50 point
  3. Hagihara Keishi (Japan) 49 point
  4. Iskandarov Shokhrukh (Uzbekistan) 42 point
  5. Suzuki Hayate (Japan) 39 point
  6. Kuhl Samuel (Germany) 37 point

RANKING OF BEST GIRL COMPETITORS

  1. Matiunina Veronika (Ukraine) 73  point
  2. Erbekaeva Asel (Uzbekistan) 56 point
  3. Kamalova Arujan (Uzbekistan) 56 point
  4. Molnár Kendra (Hungary) 45 point
  5. Hudák Dorina (Hungary) 44 point
  6. Fazekas Lizett (Hungary) 43 point