Valera, Morales and Cebas enter the crossroads of the European Paralympic Table Tennis Championship

Madrid, September 5 (European Press) –

The Spanish delegation participating in the European Paralympic Table Tennis Championship, which has been held since Monday in the city of Sheffield (United Kingdom), received good news with the qualification of crosses by Alvaro Valera, Jordi Morales and Ander Cebas.

Two veterans like Valera and Morales passed their respective group stages of categories 6 and 7 and reached the round of 16. Sevilla did it strongly after winning 3-0 over the Greek Marios Kanellis Chatzikyriakos and the Polish Piotr Mantors, while the Catalan won with two replies over the German Henrik Mayer (3-2) and 3-0 over the Dutchman Yannick Paredes.

The other good news came in the ninth grade, where Ander Sebas from San Sebastian also surpassed his group to take first place after defeating Sweden’s Daniel Sonny Stefan Gustafsson and Britain’s Ashley Facey 3-0, also reaching the round of 16.

The rest of the day was full of joys and disappointments for the rest of the team. Thus, in the second division, Iker Sastre beat Slovakian Jan Riabus 3-2, but Miguel Angel Toledo and Daniel Rodriguez lost to Polish Rafal Czubar (3-0) and Slovakian Martin Lodrowski (3-1).

There were also no good results in categories 3 and 4, as Eder Rodriguez was unable to overcome German Thomas Schmidberger (3-0) and Francisco Javier Lopez (3-1) fell to Poland’s Krzysztof Zylka, while in category 6 Alberto Siwan. He started his career with a 3-0 defeat to Italian Matteo Barenzan.

In the eighth category, Alejandro Diaz and Olaya Martinez defeated Ukrainian Viktor Didukh and Norwegian Aida Dahlen 3-0, while in the ninth category, Juan Bautista Perez defeated Briton Ross William Wilson 3-2, and Jorge Cardona added victory over the British. German Jan Ring (3-1) and defeat by British Joshua Stacey (3-0). In grade 11, there was also joy as Eduardo Cuesta defeated Turkish Otku Kabiroglu 3-0.

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