Tennis: same maintenance goal for US Orleans, CJF Fleury and AS Gien at Tennis Interclubs

Orleans women will know a little better what to expect this Sunday, May 1st, once they have been hooked on the Belfortaines, in Belfort. “The weakest team, a priori,” Patrick Hardouin said. With grades ranging from -2/6 to 15/1.

The USO is better equipped, in particular sisters Cirotte, Chloe and Astrid (-15). “But Chloe, who is studying in the United States, will not be accompanied until the last three days“Orleans leader Adriana Rajkovic (-15) or Elena Malygina (No. 26) will replace her during her absence; Ana Jikia, a Georgian, and Émilie Thauvin, still there, will complete the four bases.

The calendar
May 1 N2F: Belfort – Orleans of the United States. N3M: Brive-Fleury; Nancy – Gien. N4M: Marly – Orleans of the United States.
May 8 N2F: USA Orleans – Meru. N3M: Fleury-Albert; Gien – La Ferté / Jouarre. N4M: Villebon-USO.
May 15 N2F: Gorron – Orleans of the United States. N3M: Strasbourg-Fleury; Gien-Mondeville. N4M: Champagne / Seine – USE.
May 22 N2F: Mondeville – USO. N3M: Fleury – Maison-Alfort; Gien-Grenoble. N4M: Pornichet-USO.
May 29 N2F: USO – Sarcelles. N3M: La Baule-Fleury; Gien-Meudon. N4M: USA Orleans – St-Lô.

“It simply came to our notice then win a second game“, Patrick Hardouin projects. Gorron? Mondeville? With their string of numbers, Méru and Sarcelles seem in any case untouchable.

The team.Elena Malygina (n ° 26, 22 years old, Est.), Chloé Cirotte (-15, 21 years old), Adriana Rajkovic (-15, 26 years old, Cro.), Astrid Cirotte (-15, 19 years old), Ana Jikia ( -2/6, 31 years old, Geo.), Émilie Thauvin (2/6, 40 years old), Élise Sancelme (3/6, 30 years old).

Men’s National 3

“There are negative players everywhere, with a density of -2/6 to 1/6 …” Thierry Guilbon considers that “apart from La Baule, a little further down, there are four or five teams” in the swimming pool H. Captain Fleuryssois tea too much experience, however, not to be suspicious of appearances. “We have the lists of qualified players, but we don’t know who will play … including us!”

“Nothing will be easy”

Thierry Guilbon (Captain of CJF Fleury)

Martin Woisets put tennis in the background; studying in the U.S., Tim Zeitvogel is only expected in the final game; and retained by the German D1 Championship for over 40s, Marc Leimbach will miss the first day, in Brive. As for Tony Rajaobelina, he will deal with his life in Malaga, Spain. “Nothing will be easy, agrees Thierry Guilbon. We’ll see!” In the viewfinder: maintenance. No more and no less.

Matches are played in four singles and two doubles. Teams must include a maximum of one non-European foreigner, with two French players playing two singles.

If Paul Forhan (student of Nancy), the unalterable Frank Moser and Felix Wild will always be supported, now the CJF will also be supported by Valentin Sansonetti, a neighbor of Strasbourg who, in recent months, has been playing more on stage ( gives gesticulated lectures) that soon.

The team.Franck Moser (-15, 46, Germany), Marc Leimbach (-4/6, 44, Germany), Felix Wild (-2/6, 27, Germany), Valentin Sansonetti (-2/6, 27), Paul Forhan (2/6, 23), Tony Rajaobelina (3/6, 35), Guillaume Desbrosses (4/6, 36).

Like Fleury, AS Gien will open the doors of the Interclubs on Sunday with the aim of maintaining its place in the National 3.. “We have not inherited the best hen (the B),” said referee Sébastien Vatan, the club’s president, regarding the composition of the teams. “He’s very optimistic.”

“We have a great team too!”

Sebastien Vatan (President of AS Gien)

If Grenoble plays big, with a number, four negatives, two 0’s and two 1/6’s (“but will they all play?”), homogeneity characterizes the rest of the workforce. “But we also have a great team,” said Sébastien Vatan, who excludes nothing, “fighting for second place or to avoid being in the car. Everything seems possible.”

The first of each group moves to the top division, plus the top runners-up (4th to N3M, 3rd to N4M); the fifth and sixth descend.

Gien will have a Belgian accent, with Gaëtan De Lovinfosse and Victor Ernaels (-2/6). “Gaëtan, who beat Dominic Thiem at the age of 18, is back from injury. We don’t know what level he will be in. Victor has recently won in Egypt, a 1,300 ATP ranked boy …” Andréa Tiburzio, future resident from the Bordeaux National University Center, “he came to the club by affinity,” will be another of his assets.

The team.Gaëtan De Lovinfosse (-2/6, 31, Bel.), Victor Ernaels (-2/6, 22), Andréa Tiburzio (0, 18), Nathan Freire (0, 26), Florentin Guillemot (1/6, 28) ). ), Roman Skrinnik (4/6, 36), Issa Dupalan (4/6, 37), Thomas Carré (5/6, 25).

Men’s National 4

Although in the list of ten players provided to the French Federation, neither the Swiss Martínez, nor the Germans Weindl and Zahrat (-15), will play a single game.. “On paper, agrees Guillaume d’Orso, we will not be favorites.” Unlike Champagne / Seine and St-Lô, full of negatives.

“The youngest team (21 years on average) we’ve ever presented.”

Patrick Hardouin (Leader of Orleans of the United States)

New Orleans and US captain, the Staps student has “group cohesion” for “not going down.” “Apart from Thomas (Rodrigues, who studies in Germany), we all played together in the winter. Victor (Bedu), Matthias (Bigot) and I train together. We are very close“Very young, too. The youngest team (21 years on average) we’ve ever presented,” said Patrick Hardouin, from all his experience as a leader.

The team.Thomas Rodrigues (-2/6, 24 years old), Guillaume d’Orso (2/6, 20 years old), Matthias Bigot (3/6, 21 years old), Victor Bedu (4/6, 20 years old), Balthazar Inacio 5/6, 20 years).

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