WHERE THE STARS SPEND THEIR HOLIDAYS



Auch wenn für einige Profis der Tischtennis Bundesliga (TTBL) die Vorbereitung auf die neue Spielzeit bereits begonnen hat, durfte nach einer langen und kraftraubenden Saison für viele ein ordentlicher Sommerurlaub nicht fehlen. Die einen zieht es in die Heimat, andere bereisen ferne Länder und Kontinente. Wir haben die Instagram-Accounts der Stars nach Impressionen durchstöbert.

Patrick Franziska

To recharge his batteries before the first DTTB training session of the new season, Patrick Franziska of 1. FC Saarbrücken TT enjoyed a few days in Marbella. However, he could not refrain from sports completely.

Photo: Patrick Franziska/Instagram

Ricardo Walther

Ricardo Walther of ASV Grünwettersbach also visited Spain. The 26-year-old enjoyed being on the beach in El Arenal.

Photo: Ricardo Walther/Instagram

Hugo Calderano

Hugo Calderano of TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen traditionally spends his summer holidays in his home country Brazil  – and proves that he cuts a fine figure in football as well.

Photo: Hugo Calderano/Instagram

Simon Gauzy

Calderano's teammate Simon Gauzy has obviously chosen paradise and relaxed on the Greek island of Mykono before playing at Ultimate Table Tennis.

Photo: Simon Gauzy/Instagram

Jakub Dyjas

Ochsenhausen's Pole Jakub Dyjas recovered in France together with his girlfriend Marta. Of course, a trip to Monaco was a must.

Photo: Jakub Dyjas/Instagram

Benedikt Duda

Benedikt Duda spent his summer on the popular island of Bali, where his girlfriend Svenja is studying. Meanwhile, the everyday life has already caught up with the player of TTC Schwalbe Bergneustadt. Just like for Walther and Franziska, the DTTB training session has started for him earlier this week.

Photo: Benedikt Duda/Instagram

Omar Assar

Omar Assar likes to travel. And so the Egyptian, who will be playing for Borussia Düsseldorf in the new season, spend some days in Halmstad on the coast of Sweden in early June.

Photo: Omar Assar/Instagram

Hunor Szöcs

Assar's former teammate at SV Werder Bremen Hunor Szöcs has been in India – professionally to be exact. The Romanian was part of the second season of Ultimate Table Tennis, even if he did not play himself. A trip to the famous Taj Mahal was a must, though.

Photo: Hunor Szöcs/Instagram