German Volleyball Association – Beach: Beach Pro Tour Doha

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The subsequent event of the brand new “Volleyball World Beach Pro Tour” 2022 will likely be held from May 5 to eight in Doha, the capital of Qatar. The event is the third check event of the 2022 worldwide seaside season. Challenge tournaments are corresponding to earlier World Tour 3 and 4 star occasions. For Germany, there are 5 groups in the primary match and two extra groups within the qualifiers.

  • occasion web page
  • Tournament class: FIVB Beach Pro Tour – Challenge Event
  • When: May 5-8, 2022
  • Where: Doha, Qatar
  • 1 hour time distinction
  • Live streaming: Volleyballworld.television (registration and trial 30 days free)

+++ May 8, final +++

  • Chantal Laborer and Sarah Schultz received silver in Doha. In the ultimate, they needed to concede defeat to Brazilian Barbara/Carol, who received their second Pro Tour event this yr. For German champions Sarah Schultz and Chantal Laboreur, that is their second joint World Tour medal and their first medal within the second main event class.

Laborer/Schultz and Barbara/Carol (BRA) 0:2 (13:21, 13:21)

+++ May 8, semi-closing +++

  • After shedding the primary set to Switzerland, Chantal Laborer and Sarah Schultz fought again. In the second set, they fended off two Swiss match factors and used the second set level to equalize. We entered the tie-break with nice confidence. The European champions from Switzerland could not discover their means again into their recreation, fighting their assaults and Laboreur/Schultz additionally used the wind to proceed their recreation plan.

Laborer/Schultz and Huberli/Brunner (SUI) 2:1 (14:21, 24:22, 15:9)

+++ May 7, quarter finals +++

After Tilmann/Müller and Laborer/Schultz defeated their German opponents within the spherical of 16, each groups performed one another within the subsequent German match within the quarterfinals, the place Laborer/Schultz dominated. Unfortunately, Ehlers/Wickler could not win their recreation. They completed the event in fifth place, as did Muller/Tilman.

Ehlers/Wickler and Ermakora/Prystauz (AUT) 0:2 (15:21, 19:21)

Laborer/Schultz v. Tillman/Mueller 2-0 (21:17, 21:19)

+++ May 7, spherical 1/8 +++

  • Borger/Suede and Ittlinger/Schneider completed the event in ninth place.

Ehlers/Wickler vs. Renato/Vitor Felipe 2:1 (15:21, 21:18, 16:14)

Tillman/Mueller v. Borger/Sude 2-0 (22:20, 21:16)

Ittlinger/Schneider v. Laborer/Schultz 0:2 (20:22, 13:21)

+++ May 6, group stage +++

  • Müller/Tillmann and Ittinger/Schneider received their teams with 2 wins every, whereas Borger/Süde, who completed second within the group, and Laburer/Schulz, who completed third within the group, reached the eighth closing. Unfortunately, the draw led immediately to 2 German matches for the DVV girls. Ehlers/Wickler avenge their loss to the 2 Brazilians in Itapema, however lose in opposition to Poland.

Ehlers/Wickler vs. Brill/Losiak (POL) 0:2 (19:21, 19:21)

Laborer/Schultz v. Harnett/Dorman (CAN) 2-0 (21:14, 21:16)

Tillman/Müller vs. Lahti/Ahtiainen (FIN). 2:1 (15:21, 21:16, 15:12)

Ittlinger/Schneider and Huberli/Brunner (CHE) 2-0 (21:15, 21:16)

Borger/Sude vs Clancy/Mariaf (AUS) 0:2 (14:21, 20:22)

Ehlers/Wickler and Evandro/Alvaro Filho (BRA) 2-0 (21:18, 21:13)

Mueller/Tillman v. Placette/Richard (FRA) 2:1 (18:21, 21:17, 15:12)

Ittlinger/Schneider and Rivas Zapata/Chris (CHL) 2-0 (21:11, 21:12)

Borger/Suede and Soria/Gonzalez (ESP) 2-0 (21:13, 21:18)

Laborer/Schultz and Megan/Nicole (CAN) 1:2 (20:22, 21:19, 8:15)

+++ May 5, qualification +++

  • It will not be sufficient for the primary draw for each groups.

Chris/Schmitt vs. Ceynova/Jundzil (POL) 0:2 (18:21, 17:21)

Henning/Sagstetter and Reid/O’Dea B. (NZD) 1:2 (21:12, 18:21, 11:15)

Hot battle in Doha

40°C within the desert state: the 2022 third event of the brand new International Beach Volleyball Challenge class is forward. 7 groups began for Germany in Doha. Borger/Süde (4th in Itapema) in addition to Müller/Tillmann (ninth in Rosarito Elite), Ittlinger/Schneider (fifth in Itapema) and Laburer/Schultz (ninth in Itapema) put themselves among the many prime groups, thus the very best conditions for participation within the World Cup in June. Ehlers/Wickler will begin within the males’s predominant draw and Paul Henning/Benedict Sagstetter, Chenoa Christ/Nele Schmitt will look to take one other German beginning spot.

The medal takes place at a look

All of Germany’s girls’s nationwide groups have just lately stepped up, so 4 groups are immediately in the primary competitors because of good locations in Brazil and Mexico. These achievements have to be continued, says Niklas Hildebrand, DVV seaside volleyball sports activities director. “Getting to the semi-finals is the objective once more. Teams must proceed to rise to the highest of the world and compete for medals within the Challenge tournaments.”

First look within the sand

This is barely the second event for Nils Ehlers and Clemens Wickler, who began the season late attributable to harm. That’s why it is all about racing expertise and scoring factors for a very good beginning place on the World Championships. Until then, you’ll be able to accumulate factors in two worldwide tournaments. That is why the event in Doha is so essential for Ehlers/Wickler, who haven’t but certified.

Paul Henning’s first worldwide seaside volleyball look is approaching. Niklas Hildebrand says, “I’m glad he bought his first style of worldwide air.” Unfortunately, he will be unable to play along with his true companion, Sven Winter, who will be unable to play attributable to sickness. For that, Benedikt Sagstetter is within the sand. The two will begin the qualifiers in Doha.

Doha schedule:

  • Thursday, May 5, 2022: Qualification
  • Friday-Sunday, May 6-8, 2022: Main Draw

Test occasion format:

  • Teams of every gender: 24
  • 16 groups are immediately on the primary area
  • Qualification: 32 groups
  • Group stage: 6 teams of 4 groups in a modified pool recreation
  • Knockout Stage: Single elimination
  • Prize Fund: USD 150,000 (75,000 per gender)

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