2nd Dutch Open Para Table Tennis

The 2nd ITTF FA20 Dutch Open Para Table Tennis will take place on November 5-8 in the city of Stadskanaal in the Netherlands. At the Pagedal Sports and Recreation center the players will find the Venue and also their accommodations in the same area.

COVID-19 update:

Alternative Dutch Open Para: investigation stage

The ITTF FA20 Dutch Open Para, scheduled for 5-8 November 2020 in Stadskanaal, The Netherlands, will not be staged as a full open international event, due to potential travel restrictions and in accordance with the Executive Committee decision. However, the ITTF is in positive discussions with the LOC regarding the possibility to jointly hold an alternative event for those who can openly travel to The Netherlands.

We want to offer the para-athletes the opportunity to prepare for future full open international events. We would like to meet the interest of the para-athletes and their coaches/staff:

– Training camp
– Tournament
– Coaches meeting

Fill out the form and return it. We will then decide at the end of August whether it is realistic to continue our preparations, based on your interest and on the developments of the Covid-19 pandemy.




The following events will be played:
Men’s singles (class 3-11)
Women’s singles (class 3-11)
Men’s team (class 3-11)
Women’s team (class 3-11)

Note 1: depending on the entries, the organizers and the Technical Delegate reserve the right to combine classes as may be necessary.
Note 2: the singles events will be played first, followed by the team events.



The provisional schedule for the tournament:

Arrival day for players to be classified 2 November  
Classifier congress (provisional) tbd  
Classification 3-4 November  
Practice day 4 November  
General arrivals 4 November  
Competition dates 5-8 November  
Proposed dates for single events 5-6 November  
Proposed dates for team events 7-8 November  
Departures 9 November  


Referee: to be appointed
Deputy Referees: to be appointed

Inspection Report 2019 Inspection Report (update 2020)




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