Watch table tennis challenger series live video stream and follow the clash between experienced table tennis players, who don't want to leave the game just yet, and young, next generation stars, who will have to defeat those old-timers first, before shining at the biggest table tennis stages.
The total prize money for all table tennis challenger tournaments is 220 thousand euro yearly, while the prize money for particular tournaments ranges from four thousand euro to nine thousand euro.The final tournament of the series will take place at the end of December, and the top eight players will be involved in it.
At men's tour, these eight players have the biggest chances to qualify for the final tournament: Evgueni Chtchetinine from Belarus, Petr David from Czech Republic, Yannick Vostes from Belgium, Miroslav Horejsi from Czech Republic, Jiri Vrablik, also from Czech Republic, Frane Kojic from Croatia, Lubomir Jancarik from Czech Republik and Jakub Kosowski from Poland.
At women's tour, these eight players have the biggest chances to qualify for the final tournament: Tanja Kraemer from Germany, Svetlana Ganina from Russia, Mitsuki Yoshida from Japan, Jessica Goebel from Germany, Kathrin Muehlbach from Germany, Sibel Remzi from Turkey, Marija Galonja from Serbia, and Ievgeniia Vasylieva from Ukraine.
The winner of the final tournament will be given three thousand euro, the second placed will be paid 1.6 thousand euro, and the third placed player will be paid 1.1 thousand euro.