Tennis Bundesliga: TC Bredeney celebrates historic tennis championship

Tennis Bundesliga: TC Bredeney celebrates historic tennis championship

Status: 08/11/2023 8:40 p.m

It’s done: TC Bredeney already won the German championship on the penultimate day of the men’s tennis Bundesliga.

On Friday (August 11th, 2023) the club from Essen easily beat the team from Frankfurt 5-1 at the FTC Palmengarten without the ailing Oscar Otte from Cologne.

TC Bredeney, represented on this matchday by Maximilian Marterer, Rudolf Molleker, Mats Moraing, Tobias Kamke and in the two doubles matches by Henri Squire, Tom Gentzsch, Andre Begemann and Narayanaswamy Sriram Balaji, celebrated one matchday before the end of the season The Championship.

Title co-favorite Tennispark Bärchen Versmold lost 1:5 in the parallel game against TK GW Mannheim. For the first time, both the men’s and women’s championships go to teams from a single club.

DTB Vice Weschenfelder praises TC Bredeney

“What TC Bredeney has achieved this year is unique. After the women, the men are now also deserved German champions. I congratulate the players, team boss Torsten Rekasch and everyone involved on this success. This double has not been seen by anyone since the Bundesliga was founded other club succeeded,” explained Nico Weschenfelder, DTB Vice President for competitive sports, afterwards.

TC Bredeney: From the district league to the top German arrow right

The fact that the Essen club is the first in the history of the Bundesliga to be able to celebrate the championship with women and men makes those responsible “very proud”, emphasized team manager Rekasch. “The win is also confirmation that we’ve found the right combination of players. The fact that we were able to clinch victory on the penultimate matchday makes me particularly happy for the lads, who were simply unbeatable when it came to team spirit.”

Bredeney relies on German tennis elite

The special thing about the Bredeneyer teams is the composition: they mostly consist of only top German players. And that sets you apart from the competition.

Jan-Lennard Struff (also injured at the moment), Yannick Hanfmann, Otte, Marterer and a few more are playing for TC Bredeney, which has worked its way up from the district league to the Bundesliga over the years.

Tennis pro Struff is also missing from the US Open Pfeil rechts


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