The Racketlon World Tour returns to Nussloch for the 2019 IWT German Open.
In 2018 the venue hosted both the World Doubles Championships and the closing leg of the Racketlon Champions League.
This year Nussloch will host the first leg of the 2019 Racketlon Champions League alongside the IWT German Open.
The Champions League will take place on Friday 2nd August along with the IWT German Open doubles classes. The German Open singles categories will begin on Saturday 3rd August with the finals taking place on Sunday 4th.
Sandra Hald who works as the Nussloch Racketcenter said, “Join this year’s German Open in Nussloch near Heidelberg.
“Enjoy the summer in our freshly renovated multi-functional centre. Experience Italian food in the restaurant, cool down in the small pool and be part of the traditional Beer Pong party.
“Our in-house physiotherapy allows massages and taping during the tournament while we are excited that on Friday the Champions League teams will also compete in their first matches this year.”
More Information about the German Open
The two nearest airports to the venue are Frankfurt and Stuttgart, with both around an hour’s drive from the venue.
Alternatively, you can get a number of trains to Wiesloch / Walldorf where the tournament will run a shuttle service from Thursday evening.
The shuttle service will also operate from the two tournament hotels, the Hotel Villa Tuscany and Hotel Baren.
Both tournament hotels are around 5km from the venue while there is also an option to camp on site.
More information is available about travel and accommodation here. Alternatively, if you would like to use the shuttle service or book a camping spot then please contact the tournament organisers at either email@example.com or +49 6224-9909-0.
Entry is open for the IWT German Open here while registration for the 2019 Champions League will be announced soon.
The two Champions League tournaments will be the 2nd August in Nussloch and the 25th October in Paris. Registration will open soon with the draft expected to take place in late June.
The full 2019 Racketlon World Tour is available here with tournaments open to players of all abilities.
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Image Credit / Sandra Hald