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- Worldwide Racquetball-Day in 9th September
A Worldwide Racquetball-Day has been anounced for 9th (and 10th) of September. Country leaders, tournament director and event organizers are called for action on these two days to host a […]
- Next on ERF: European Championships 2023
Hamburg will be the host city of the European Racquetball Championships, again, this year. The official poster has been published. More information will be available soon.
- Ona & Schmitz win historic Swiss Open
Carolina Ona (Bolivia) and Arne Schmitz (Germany) are the ladies and mens singles champions of the Swiss Open 2023 that were held last weekend in Aesch, near Zurich. Ona defeated […]
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ERF Ladies Singles Rankings
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ERF interviews top competitors Lunsmann (GER) and Murphy (IRE)
See how the top European Racquetball players are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis and starting to consider returning to national and international tournaments once it is deemed safe to do. Mikan van Zanten, Secretary General of the European Racquetball Federation, hosts Marcel Lunsmann of Germany and Mark Murphy of Ireland. Marcel Lunsmann is current European Champion in the individual category and winner of multiple Open Tournaments on the European Tour. Mark Murphy is Marcel’s key challenger, European Champion in the team category and multiple Irish National Champion.