Mon 25th, Day FOUR, Finals Day:
 Robin Ebert 3-1  Simon Krewel 11/7, 11/8, 6/11,
 Franziska Hennes 3-0  Silvia Schnellreider 11/8,
 Raphael Kandra 3-0  Valentin Rapp
11/5, 11/1, 11/6
 Sina Wall 3-0  Annika Wiese 11/4,
11/6, 11/4 (22m)
 Simon Rosner 3-1  Jens Schoor 11/1, 9/11,
11/9, 11/2 (66m)
Sina regains the title
Wall followed up yesterday's win over the defending champion
with a commanding performance against second seed Annike Wiese
to claim the National title for a second time.
The first few points were a little nervy with both players
making mistakes, but Sina settled quickly and assumed control,
moving from 2-all in the first to take it 11-4.
pattern continued in the next two, Annika unable to get a
foothold in the match and being caught out time and again by
Taking the title on her second match ball, there were no big
celebrations, just a relieved and satisfied smile from the new
seems a long wait since 2011," said Sina, "I couldn't defend the
title through injury in 2012, so it feels great to be National
was a bit nervous at the start, but I found my rhythm and
started to play some good shots and put her under pressure."
Next up for Sina is the European individuals in Bratislava where
she is a 5/8 seed.
It's nine for Simon
eight-time defending champion Simon Rosner took the first game
11-1 and led 8-1 in the second, it seemed that another quick
final weas on the cards.
But Jens Schoor, who won yesterday's semi-final 12-10 in the
fifth, fought back strongly. In the first game and a half he
struggled to get involved in any significant rallies, but slowly
he started to get well and truly into the match.
Jens started to reduce the deficit there were a number of
referee decision that Simon - and it seemed a big chunk of the
crowd too - found puzzling, and it seemed to get to him as the
favourite hit a number of uncharacteristic tins for good
Jens took advantage, got as close at 7-8 and then from 9-7 took
four points in a row - three of them tins by Rosner - to level
third was just as tight, and just as hard fought. Simon led 6-3
and 8-5 but again Jens fought back, levelling at 8-all and 9-all
but this time Jens made the crucial errors, giving away a stroke
and then volleying into the tin as Simon retook the lead.
good start to the fourth seemed to settle Simon, and from 4-0 he
seemed to exert the same sort of control he did in the early
stages of the match. Playing accurate and unflustered squash he
pulled away and took the game 11-2 to secure a ninth title in a
feels pretty special, not only to win a ninth title, but to do
it at home as well, with my organising the event," said
~"There was some extra pressure on me this year being at home
and with my family being involved, I was a little nervous but
glad I could come through that.
main emphasis is on my world ranking but that's gone pretty well
this season too, so to finish a long, tough and successful
season like this feels really good.
"Thanks to all my family for putting so much into this, they all
helped make this happen and that's what we need, everyone
pulling together to push the sport forward.
"I'm proud of winning the title again, but also proud of my