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  • Submitted by: Luis Manuel Mazorra
  • 01 / 19 / 2012

Open table tennis is being held in Budapest, Hungary, was the scene of the fantastic performance of the two Cuban athletes and Moses Periera Andy Campos, who won all four matches played on Tuesday. This championship is the first stop of the Pro Tour 2012.

Moses was the most active pair of hits in the qualifying group 5 and one as a member of the group 20 among those under 21 years, who play simultaneously with the elite.

Located in 486 of the world and as a student Pereira Köping international center in Sweden, Moses was accurate from start to defeat 4-2 (9-11, 11-8, 8-11,11-8, 11-6 , 11-9) RobinDevos Belgian, a man best placed in the ranking (419).

Then came the news most enjoyed with a 4-3 (11-7, 2-11, 11-8, 8-11, 9-11, 12-10, 11-7) on the Korean Jung Young Sik, 87 of the world and mentioned as a clear favorite for connoisseurs.

The victory was hailed in Havana by the national methodologist Evelio Alvarez, who noted the difference in rank between one and another, and highlighted what should be positive for the appointment of the island toward the pre-Olympic tournament in May.

Both Moses hits guaranteed access to the next qualifying round, which also searches the Under-21 section, where local outstripped Richard Lukacs easy 3-0 (11-3, 11-5, 11-8) and this Wednesday will have another two games.

Andy, ranking number 250 of only intervened in a game, won 4-1 (11-6, 11-4, 7-11, 11-4) against the host FerencSimon no records in the world rankings.

To go up Wednesday when the demands have to deal with Germany's Ricardo Walther (183), who won 4-1 against Simon, and eliminated as a third group 48.

In total qualifying groups were drawn 63 and although details are not specified in the official website of each must move the two best players for a pre-round main draw.

The Cubans also compete in doubles, in which segment is free in the round of 128 and this Wednesday will be competing in 64 of the Spanish Jesús Cantero and Alfredo Carneros.

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