TC Ettenheim climbs to the top – tennis

District league men from Rohanstadt with a third victory / women lose in the derby against TC BW Oberweier.

(tmm / rfu). The match day in the regional tennis leagues gave mixed results for the teams in the region. The men and women of TSG Lahr / Emmendingen each had to bow to TC Schnberg, while the men of TC Ettenheim certainly won over the third team from Schnberg. The women’s derby between TC BW Oberweier and TC Ettenheim certainly went to the blues and whites, while the men’s team from Oberweier was left in Bischweier. TC Bischweier – TC BW Oberweier II 6: 3. The men from TC Oberweier admitted their second defeat in three matches in the Oberliga on Sunday. It turned out that especially the players from the 2nd division squad need more combat training. Adrian Obert, Philipp Bauer and Yannis Fabri gave up their games. When Jean-Luc Gassmann and Paul Gogonea won, the score was 2: 4, which the Oberweier had imagined differently. “Bischweier showed they were not just losing their first two games for nothing. We were a few percentage points behind,” Killeweit said. A victory was the result of the double. “The situation is a little different than what we are used to after three games,” Killeweit said.

Compact: Roncadelli – Obert 7: 6, 6: 1; Bancalari – bonds 6: 7, 6: 4, 10: 4; Gomez – Gassmann 4: 6, 6: 4, 7:10; Frekot – Gogonea 6: 7, 1: 6; Simon-Slavchev 6: 2, 6: 2; Haase – Fabry 4: 6, 6: 0, 10: 5; Roncadelli / Bancalari – Obert / Fabry 4: 1 (Exercise / TCO); Gomez / Haase – Bauer / Slavchev 1: 6, 3: 6; Frekot / Simon – Gassmann / Gogonea 7: 5, 7: 5.

TSG Lahr / Emmendingen II – TC Schnberg II 4: 5. As expected, the ambitious guests lined up in the strongest formation. A varied meeting developed. From the hosts’ perspective, 3: 3 was deserved thanks to victories by Adrian Sexauer, Mark Trenkle and Daniel Bender. Elias Klitzsch could have gotten a little more out of sixth place, “in some situations we lacked smartness and calm,” said coach Hernan Valenzuela. In the doubles, there was only one win from three matches, which showed the TSG coach “that we still have room for improvement in this area and will work on it”.

Compact: Sexauer – P. Mayer 6: 4, 4: 3 (exercise TCS); Kiesenhofer – F. Mayer 1: 6, 0: 6; Trenkle-Kings 6: 4, 6: 2; Shepherd – Baumgartner 3: 6, 0: 6; Bender – Kaminski 6: 2, 1: 6, 10: 3; Klitzsch-Vladimirov 3-6, 2-6; Trenkle / Hirt – P. Mayer / Knigs 1: 6, 3: 6; Sexauer / Klitzsch – F. Mayer / Kaminski 1: 6, 4: 6; Kiesenhofer / Bender – Baumgartner / Vladimirov 6: 4, 7: 5.

TC Ettenheim – TC Schnberg III 8: 1. With a clear victory, the men from TC Ettenheim have climbed to the top of the table so far. The guest from Freiburg-St. Georgen started in Ettenheim with a good line-up, but still had no chance. Only Andy Vogel lost in the single against the strong Luxembourger Tim Risch. All other singles as well as the three doubles went smoothly in two sets for the home team. With the third victory in the third match, the minimum goal of staying up in the league has already been reached.

Compact: Sosnovski – Granitzer 6: 4, 6: 4; Stec – Lffler 6: 4, 6: 1; Louis-Schindler 6-0, 6-1; Schaller-Kalitzki 6: 1, 7: 5; Bird – Rish 4: 6, 2: 6; Basel – Wondrak 6: 0, 6: 0; Sosnovski / Schaller – Granitzer / Schindler 6: 0, 6: 0; Louis / Vogel – Lffler / Kalitzki 6: 2, 7: 5; Stec / Basler – Risch / Wondrak 6: 0, 6: 1.

TC BW Oberweier II – TC Ettenheim 7: 2. As expected, the hosts won the derby. After the individual matches there was already a decisive 5: 1 score, only Maike Krmer probably won the top match for Ettenheim against Steffi Killeweit. “Overall, Ettenheim sold well,” Oberweier coach Oliver Killeweit said. Anna-Lena Singler, Katia Viera Erbach and Marie Siefert had some problems in their meetings, but Oberweier was only able to win his matches at the other positions via match tiebreak. In the doubles, Ettenheim then managed the second match point. “Ettenheim could have gotten one or two more points, but the bottom line is that we deserved to win,” Killeweit said.

Compact: Killeweit – Krmer 1: 6, 1: 6; Singles – Kbele 6-0, 6-1; Vieira Erbach – Krumm 6: 2, 6: 1; Eckert-Wasmer 6: 2, 4: 6, 10: 8; Siefert-Sosnovsky 6: 3, 6: 3; Holzenthaler-Wasmut 5: 7, 6: 4, 10: 5; Killeweit / Viera Erbach – Kbele / Wasmer 6: 4, 7: 5; Singler / Siefert-Krmer / Wasmut 3: 6, 1: 6; Eckert / Holzenthaler – Krumm / Sosnovsky 7: 5, 6: 4.

TSG Lahr / Emmendingen – TC Schnberg II 3: 6. Due to illness and private absence, TSG head coach Hernan Valenzuela had to fall back on Esther Vogel from the women’s 40s. His team sold as well as possible, with victories for Melissa Sexauer and Giuliana Baer it was 2: 4 after individual. “The team accepted the task well and showed a performance that was absolutely fine,” Valenzuela said. In the doubles, Klara Schneiderchen / Sexauer got another match point, there was nothing more to pick up. After three match days, the TSG women have one win and two losses. No worries for coach Valenzuela: “The starting position should look better again in the next few games”.

Compact: Tailor – Zatekova 1: 6, 0: 6; Vogel — Plmacher 1: 6, 2: 6; Schneider – Mnnlin 5: 7, 0: 6, Sexauer – Bhm 7: 6, 6: 2; Baer – Faller 6: 0, 6: 2; Bacon – Morozova 3: 6, 1: 6; Schneider / Wischeropp – Zatekova / Plmacher (assignment Lahr / Emmendingen); Schneiderchen / Sexauer – Bhm / Faller 6: 0, 6: 2; Baer / Bacon – Mnnlin / Morozova 1: 6, 1: 6.

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