Credit: Mark Phelan
Is it the year for Scottish pair Alex Dunn and Adam Hall?
Date: 9/11/2018 10:06 AM
Published by : Aidan Jones

It is that time of year again as the YONEX Belgian International is about to get underway and has players from all corners of the world participating.

The tournament will start on Wednesday morning in Leuven, with a number of European stars wanting to write their name in history, as they take on players from around the World.

Last year the tournament was a successful one with a number of players from Europe managing to get a podium position and will be hoping for the same this year.

The seeding for the tournament
In the Men’s Singles, it is Pablo Abian who is the number two seed, and the highest seed for European players with Toby Penty and Vladimir Malkov in third and fourth. 

In the Men’s Doubles, Dutch pair Jacco Arends and  Ruben Jille are the top seed in the Women’s Singles, Beatriz Corrales is the top seed in her category.

In the Mixed Doubles, Jacco Arends and Selena Piek form the Netherlands are the number one seed while in the Women’s Doubles, French pair Emilie Leffel and Anne Tran are the top seeds for their category.

Alex Dunn is looking to make his first appearance in Belgium a good one
Dunn who is playing in the Men’s Doubles with Adam
Hall believes that they have a good chance to win the tournament and being the number two seeds, they have no fear!

-We are the second seeds going to the competition so for me, I feel that we should be looking to win the tournament!

- I am looking forward to playing, it will be my first time playing the tournament and after an average performance in Spain a couple of weeks ago, I'm eager to show a better standard.

Check out the draw for the tournament here.

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