Two planned bankruptcies for the TTC Langweid

Two planned bankruptcies for the TTC Langweid

The top teams TTC Weil and DJK Offenburg were a size too big for the women of TTC Langweid. There are two defeats that are clear.

It was according to plan TTC Langweid the renewed absence of Veronika Matiunina from the two games in the 2nd Bundesliga Because and in Offenburg. The clear 0:6 defeat at the league leaders and clear championship favorites TTC Weil was also planned and expected. The 1:6 defeat at the recently strengthened DJK Offenburg is also not entirely unexpected

The team manager Cennet Durgun is not worried about the two defeats that resulted in the score now being balanced at 7:7. Especially since in the last two home games of the preliminary round on December 9th and 10th, Matiunina, who has now been playing for two weeks Ukraine was used internationally, is available to the TTCL team again.

The defeat for the championship favorites was not expected to be quite so clear. The TTC Weil – relegated from the German upper house after last season – has strengthened itself with good players to return to league one and demonstrated its current supremacy both with the 6-0 against Langweid and with another 6-0 against Fürstenfeldbruck.

The Weil am Rhein team was stronger in all positions. Only Vitalija Venckute was able to threaten her opponent when the score was 5-0. The 2:3 defeat meant the final score was 6:0.

“Our goal for the season, in contrast to Weil, is not promotion, but rather staying in the league,” remind the club officials and Cennet Durgun, “and our team can achieve that.”

Two weeks ago, Cennet Durgun had their sights set on a win for the game in Offenburg. However, the last defeats in Uentrop and Weil left their mark on the TTC players. As in the last encounters, Langweid already had his back to the wall in Offenburg with defeats in both doubles. The absence of Veronika Matiuina was already noticeable in the doubles.

A 0-2 deficit in the doubles is a burden that has affected the performance of the TTC players in the singles matches. Every effort by the Langeider players – with the exception of Anja Farladanska in the win against number two Jele Stortz – remained unrewarded. Offenburg also presented itself in top condition, led by the strong top player Natalie Marchetti. (jug)

TTC Because – TTC Langeid 6:0. Sozoniuk/Lachenmayer – Venckute/Edghil 11:6, 11:3, 11:9, Hunsay/Lavrova – Farladanska/Styhar11:9, 11:3, 11:8, Hursay – Styhar 11:8, 11:4, 11: 8, Sozoniuk – Farladanska 11:7, 11:5, 11:4, Lachenmayer – Edghil 11:2, 11:2, 11:2, Lavrov – Venckute 11:5, 10:12, 11:9, 6:11 , 11:7.

DJK OffenburgTTC Langweid 6:1. Stortz/Kirner – Farladanska/Styhar 11:4, 11:5, 8:11, 5:11, 11:4, Marcheti/Lehmann – Venckute/Edghil 11:5, 11:8. 11:13, 11:2, Marchetti/Styhar – 4:11, 11:8, 11:9, 11:13, 11:4, Stortz – Farladanska 8:11, 11:90, 12:14, 5:11 , Behringer – Edghil 4:11, 11:7, 11:9, 12_10, Lehmann – Venckute 11:8, 11:6, 6:11, 10:12, 11:7, Marchetti – Farladanska 11:5, 11: 7, 11:7.


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