TABLE tennis star Andrew Baggaley continued his countdown to the 2012 London Olympics with an impressive performance to claim the prestigious Vic International Open title in Spain.
Baggaley didn’t drop a set on his way to the final, defeating Spanish player Xavier Peral 3-0 followed by an equally convincing 3-0 quarter final victory over Spanish Super League player Marc Clotet.
In the semi final Baggaley played Frenchman Admir Duranspahic and again dominated proceeding as he swept to another 3-0 victory and a place in the final.
The final then took place in front of a capacity crowd and in front of Catalan Television cameras against Frenchman Jeremy Petiot. And again Baggaley took control of the match from start to finish to record a 3-1 victory and lift the men’s singles title.
The competition marks the start of the European table tennis season and 28-year-old Baggaley will again play in France having signed for Paris-based side Fontenay, having spent the 2011 season with Nice.