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WINCUP | TABLE TENNIS

WINCUP is a professional table tennis tournament series in men's and women's individual standings that is well-known in Eastern Europe and beyond owing to its unique competition format.

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OUR STORY

The first WINCUP event was held in August of 2018. The competition's organizers, who are real tennis veterans, were inspired by the atmosphere of the Table Tennis World Championships in Las Vegas. They've decided to band together and develop a tournament concept that would allow participants to share their experiences while learning new playing styles and techniques and reaching their full potential.

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locations (Lviv, Dnipro)

4800+

tournaments every year

5600+

events monthly

150+

matches daily

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Today's WINCUP is a series of regular table tennis tournaments in a unique format that came from the organizers' long-term expertise in sports management and a strong desire to contribute to the development of their favorite sport.

Eight players compete against each other on two tables in a round-robin system, which makes the tournaments exciting for both players and fans. 

The tournament Regulations are based on the International Table Tennis Federation's (ITTF) Official Rules of Table Tennis.

THE TOURNAMENT FORMAT

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PLAYERS

WINCUP events feature over 300 professional players; the minimum level of admission to competitions is the Candidate for Master of Sports.

SEASONS

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A Yearly Event Calendar is split into four seasons, each lasting three months.

All seasons feature qualifying matches.

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GRAND FINALS

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AUTUMN SERIES

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WINTER SERIES

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SPRING SERIES

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SUMMER SERIES

Throughout the season, athletes compete against each other within divisions. At the end of three months, the four players with the highest points advance to the Season Finale.

 

In August, all season winners in each division will compete in the WINCUP Grand Finals. 

March - May

June - August

August

December - February

September - November

DIVISION TIERS

WINCUP tournaments have a ranking system, matching athletes of a similar skill level to play with and against each other. It comprises six tiers which indicate the athletes’ skill level. Athletes within each division are ranked using a system of points called WINCUP Rankings.

Basic

0 → 39.75

Advanced

40 → 59.75

Professional

60 → 79.75

Master

80 → 99.75

Star

100 → 119.75

Elite

120 → 139.75

A player's ranking is determined using a special formula and is directly affected by the number of wins and losses. The ranking is calculated after each tournament. If an athlete's ranking after the competition corresponds to a higher or lower division, he is automatically transferred to that division.

LEADERBOARDS

Competitors' personal track records are presented on leaderboards within each division and are updated after each tournament.

WINCUP TABLE TENNIS LEADERBOARDS

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