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The Hungarian Open is an annual table tennis tournament held in Hungary by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). It is currently part of the ITTF World Tour. The Hungarian Open was first included on the ITTF Pro Tour schedule in 2010.
The 2020 Hungarian Open is a table tennis tournament which is held at the Budapest Olympic Hall in Budapest, Hungary, from 18 to 23 February 2020 with a total prize purse of $170,000.
Tournament- 2020 Hungarian Open (Table Tennis)
- Location: Budapest, Hungary
- Venue: Budapest Olympic Hall
- Category: World Tour
- Prize: $170,000
2020 Hungarian Open (Table Tennis) Winners List
|Men’s Singles||Tomokazu Harimoto (Japan)||Yukiya Uda (Japan)|
|Women’s Singles||Mima Ito (Japan)||Cheng I-ching (Chinese Taipei)|
|Men’s Doubles||Benedikt Duda (Germany)/Patrick Franziska (Germany)||Sharath Kamal (India)/Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (India)|
|Women’s Doubles||Miu Hirano (Japan)/Kasumi Ishikawa (Japan)||Doo Hoi Kem (Hong Kong)/Lee Ho Ching (Hong Kong)|
|Mixed Doubles||Wong Chun Ting (Hong Kong)/Doo Hoi Kem (Hong Kong)||Patrick Franziska (Germany)/Petrissa Solja (Germany)|