Historic double for Croatia!
For the first time Croatia managed to win both titles. While the
Croatian men were titleholders and dominated the event by
winning without dropping a single game, the women’s final was
The Serbian women put up a great fight before the Croatian women
finally had the better end with a close 2/1 win. Thus reclaiming
the title they had lost last year to Slovenia (absent this
Hosts Romania also had a good end of the championship as they
beat Serbia for the first time and won Silver, the best result
ever for them.
The dreams of host Romania found an early end after their men’s
team suffered a straight 0/3 defeat against titleholders
But silver is still in reach if they beat Serbia tomorrow.
In the women’s event both Croatia and Serbia booked two wins
against the two Romanian teams. Therefore tomorrows match will
be a true final in spite of the round robin format.
7th Balkan Teams in Timisoara
Romanian city of Timisoara, recently nominated as
European Cultural Capital in 2021, is the host city of the 7th
edition of the Balkan Team Championships.
All matches will be played on the three glass-back courts at the
Squash Sport Arena.
Unfortunately due to various but mainly financial reasons a
number of nations were not able to enter this year. Due to the
absence of Slovenia the women’s title will not be defended
whereas the Croatian men are seeded to retain their title.
The low entry results in both events to be played in round robin
format and allows hosts Romania to enter second teams to both