TC Goch scores to stay up

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TC Goch scores to stay up

The men’s 70 again achieved 3: 3 in the first league. The TC Kellen teams celebrate success. The men 65 in TC Rindern must accept a clear defeat. TC RW Emmerich is on its way up.

Men 70 dec TC Red-White Goch has collected another important point on the way to staying up in the first tennis league. The team led by top player Gerd Thyssen scored 3: 3 on Tuesday at Lintorfer TC. “We are satisfied with the result. We had a very difficult time in first and second place. We still had the hope of securing a victory in the doubles. In the end, the draw is performance-based,” said Gerd Thyssen, who had to serve with back problems. and narrowly lost his individual party 1: 6, 6: 3, 5:10.

Georg van Leyen (1: 6, 1: 6) was clearly defeated in second place. Paul Goossens’ opponent had to be eliminated due to an injury after the first set, which Gocher won 7: 6. Hans-Jürgen Bublitz (6: 2, 7: 5) won. Gerd Thyssen / Georg van Leyen (3: 6, 1: 6) clearly lost their double. But Paul Goossens / Josef Vermeegen (6: 3, 7: 6) ensured with their success that the team reached the second draw in the second match.

The ladies 65 in TC Goch won the double round in the first league 4: 0 at Buschhausener TC. Jutta Gansel / Marlies Grüntjens (6: 1, 6: 0), Monika Kneip / Monika Rosenbaum-Illbruck (6: 1, 7: 5) had some problems in the first round. The same picture appeared in round two. Gansel / Kneip (6: 0, 6: 1) and Grüntjens / Rosenbaum-Illbruck (6: 0, 6: 2) won clearly.

The gentlemen 65 dec TC blades has managed the second victory of the season in the first association league. The team won 5: 4 at their own facility against TC Kartause. Top player Manfred Holtermann lost 4: 6, 6: 3, 9:11 in singles. Jörg Streuff (6: 7, 3: 6) and Josef Bong (1: 6, 2: 6) also lost in their matches. Ludger Wulle (7: 6, 7: 6), Paul Moll (6: 2, 6: 0) and Horst Schmidt (6: 4, 4: 6, 10: 8) retained the lead.

In the doubles, Manfred Holtermann / Josef Bong (6: 0, 6: 2) and Theo Bültjes / Paul Moll (6: 1, 6: 2) made the Kellen success perfect. Ludger Wulle / Horst Schmidt (0: 6, 2: 6) was defeated. “We had planned a success because we had already won in Düsseldorf last year. However, the Kartauser team was a little different than in 2021, so the result was tighter. But we set up the doubles really well, and therefore it was enough to win, ”said Josef Bong.

The ladies 60 in TC Kellen won the second match of the season at ASC Ratingen-West 4: 2 in the first league after their defeat at the start. Regina Oberheide-Gerke (6: 4, 6: 3), Hildegard Billion (6: 2, 6: 3) and Brigitte Banning (6: 3, 6: 0) caused the top player Angelika Cosar (4: 6, 6: 4) 8:10) to a lead of 3: 1 after the singles. In doubles, Hildegard Billion / Tilly Risse-Raijmakers (6: 2, 6: 4) got the decisive fourth point. Regina Oberheide-Gerke / Gudrun Hütten (2: 6, 7: 5, 6:10) lost.

The gentlemen 65 dec Rinderner TC lost in the first league against Sportfreunde Königshardt by 1: 5. “We met a team that was superior in almost every position. Only one was a little exciting. However, Königshardt is also one of the strongest teams in the class,” said captain Rudolph Sievert, who lost 6-2, 6-1 in the individual match Helmut Kaufmann (7: 5, 2: 6, 2:10), Werner Fastenrath (3: 6, 1: 6) and Dieter Eren (4: 6, 4: 6) also had to admit defeat. Helmut Kaufmann / Norbert Ebbers also (4: 6, 6: 7) Werner Fastenrath / Klaus Reinhardt got the honor point with 6: 3, 6: 2.

The ladies are 65 years old TC Rotweiss Emmerich has good opportunities for promotion in the double round of the second association league after the third victory in a row. Now team manager Gabriele Faulseit-Pieper managed to win a 3: 1 victory against Stadtwald Hilden II. “We are on the right track, the team is working,” Faulseit-Pieper said. Sigrid Verheyen / Gabriele Faulseit-Pieper (6: 1, 6: 3), Beate Thomassen / Gabriele Faulseit-Pieper (6: 3, 6: 0) and Brigitta Sent / Brigitte Heidt-Heithecker (6: 4, 6: 4) was successful. Only Angelika Grüner / Brigitta Sent (1: 6, 3: 6) remained.

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