Three To See: Hu, Levis & Hyung Jee at the Brisbane Open
Australian Men's Number 1 Hemming Hu, Queensland Number 1 Bruno Levis and Australian Women's Number 1, Min Hyung Jee will line up to compete in the Brisbane Open this August.
What sets the Brisbane Open among the top tournaments is a blend of an international flavour with the best players and the gold-class facilities.
As well as the top players we anticipate lots of participation with entries from clubs around Australia.
Brisbane Open Begins A New Era with Refurnished StadiumThe Brisbane Open this August ushers in a new ear for Table Tennis in South East Queensland.
Stage 2 of the refurbishment of the Table Tennis Centre sees the installation a new lift, better lighting and major reno of the bathrooms.
The centre futures 18 competition courts and 9 practice courts.
The new lighting ensures the light levels are of an international standard. And the new life and bathroom renovations mean that the facility is wheelchair friendly.
"We are excited to host wheelchair and para-events for the first time at the Brisbane Open due to our major refurbishment of the centre," said Peter Lander, President of Brisbane Table Tennis Association.
Open Para Singles
U18 Boys Singles
Under 15 Doubles
Under 18 Doubles
Over 40 Doubles
Over 50 Doubles
Over 60 Doubles