510-366-5234 | [email protected]

2022 Fremont Butterfly May Open tournament

The 2022 Fremont Butterfly May Open (May 6-8) featured over 80 players battling in 14 events for trophies and medals as well as prize money for open singles. There were rating events from under 25 rating to under 2200 rating to Open Singles along with junior events. Players to win multiple events were Tega Sebeni, Rishi Singh, Karthik Kalle, and Kyle Lam.

FULL RESULTS | NEXT TOURNAMENT-JUNE 17-19, 2022 ENTRY FORM | RATING RESULTS

Friday, May 6 (Day 1):
The first day of play featured the more entry level events such as under 25 rating, under 50 rating, under 100 rating, and under 400 rating. The big winner was Kyle Lam who won first place in the under 50 and under 100 rating. His brother Benjamin won the under 25 rating pulling out nailbiters in the semis and in finals. Karthik Kalle won the under 400 rating. 

Saturday, May 7 (Day 2):

The second day of play featured the mid tier rating events; the under 700, under 1000, under 1300, and under 1600. The big winner was Rishi Singh who won first place in under 1300 and under 1600 defeating Tega Sebeni in the final of both. Abilash Amarthaluri won 1st place in the Under 1000 for his first tournament win. Rohan Bubna won the under 700 for his second tournament win to follow an under 400 win in a recent tournament. The juniors 10 years and under event also took place on Saturday and Karthik Kalle won his second title of this tournament and fourth tournament win in four tournaments.

Sunday, May 8
The final day of play featured the highest level of play of the three days with open singles, under 2200, and under 1900. Two junior events also took place on the final day to wrap up the tournament. Open singles was won by lobber/chopper extraordinaire James Therriault of Sacramento over Yuyang Ying. James won the $400 first place prize money with Yuyang winning $150. Yuyang would get his title in the under 2200 event. Tega Sebeni won the under 1900 event and juniors 17 years and under. Juniors 13 years and under was won by 10-year old Raghav Bikkina. 

Share this with others :

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn

More to Explore

Atharva with his happy coaches

2024 US Nationals: 11 players win 7 medals!

The 2024 US Nationals took the Fremont Table Tennis Academy advanced students to Huntsville, Alabama from July 3-7 for a week of excitement and overall great team bonding. All 11 students have been training this past month in the advanced summer camps and came home with 7 medals! It was overall a great experience for students to play with the top players from all parts of the US in the battle for national medals….

Read More »
Table Tennis is the best brain sport

Ping pong players exhibit superior brain structure and function, study finds

Can playing table tennis, better known as “ping pong,” lead to significant improvements in brain structure and function? New research published in the journal Brain Research suggests it can. Researchers discovered that table tennis players exhibit distinct patterns of brain activity and structural changes in the brain, including increased white matter integrity in regions associated with motor skills….

Read More »

Month One of Summer Fun Done!

Fremont Table Tennis Academy in Fremont and Tri-Valley Branch of Fremont TTA in San Ramon finished the first month of summer camps. Students went through skills and drills in a fun and exciting environment. San Ramon for the first time had morning, afternoon, and full-day options to serve the Tri-Valley area with more flexible options. Fremont had advanced-only camps for the first time….

Read More »