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Slovak Cadet Open, Well Established, Ideal for European Rising Talents


09/04/2016        2016 Slovak Cadet Open - ITTF Junior Circuit (Click here to access this section)

Bratislava, the home for the 2010 World Junior Championships is the host for the 2016 Slovak Cadet Open; play takes place over a period of three days from Saturday 29th to Monday 31st October.

The tournament is well established and is easily accessible for countries in eastern and central Europe. Bratislava borders both Austria and Hungary with the Czech Republic being not too far distant.

ITTF World Junior Circuit Event
The 2016 Slovak Cadet Open will feature singles, doubles and team events in the cadet age group categories.

Maximum Number of Entries
A maximum of 160 entries is accepted.

Official Prospectus
Download the Prospectus for the ITTF Junior Circuit tournament.

Entries On-Line
Please remit entries using the ITTF on-line entry system for junior events:

Important note: if your association has not received the USERNAME and PASSWORD for the new ITTF on-line entry system for junior events, kindly contact Dimosthenis Messinis using the official e-mail address of your national association in order to receive your USERNAME (UN) and PASSWORD (PW).

The document is permanently available in the dedicated section of the ITTF website: 2016 Slovak Cadet Open ITTF Junior Circuit

For Further Details Contact
Tournament Director:
Tel: + 421 2 4488 4042

ITTF Competition Manager:
Tel: +385 992 065 844

Entry forms should be completed on-line by Thursday 29th September 2016 with travel details to be filled also by Monday 24th October 2016.

ITTF Global Junior Circuit General Information
For general information regarding the ITTF Global Junior Circuit or the Global Junior Programme activities, kindly contact:
Karl Jindrak or Mohamed Dawlatly


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