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Mylan WTT Smash Hits is an All-star charity tennis event co-hosted annually by Billie Jean King and Sir Elton John.

The event benefits Elton John AIDS Foundation and a local AIDS charity in each market it visits and has featured players such as Andy Roddick, Venus Williams, Andre Agassi, Stefanie Graf, Martina Navratilova and many others over the years. Each tennis match is preceded by a Live Auction featuring all of the players along with Billie Jean and Elton auctioning off amazing prizes to raise additional funds for the charities.


Smash Hits 2013

Net Results Marketing once again managed Mylan WTT Smash Hits, moving the event to Orlando and managing all aspects of ticket and sponsorship sales, advertising and marketing, and event operations and logistics in conjunction with World TeamTennis.

The Results

Mylan WTT Smash Hits 2013 raised over $700,000 net to Elton John AIDS Foundation.


Smash Hits 2012

After Net Results Marketing secured a Title Sponsor for Smash Hits, World Team Tennis hired Net Results Marketing in an expanded role to supervise the whole event in Pittsburgh.

The Results

Mylan WTT Smash Hits raised over $1 million net to Elton John AIDS Foundation, a record in the 20th anniversary year of the event.


Smash Hits 2010

World Team Tennis hired Net Results Marketing to act as the local promoter for the event, with responsibilities including sponsorship sales, group ticket sales, local marketing efforts and working with the event director on all other aspects of running and promoting the event.

The Results

Smash Hits was completely sold-out, raising over $500,000 for the AIDS charities, and bringing the 18-year total in money raised to over $10 million. The pre-match reception and live auction raised over $250,000.

Sours: https://netresultsmktg.com/mylan-smash-hits/

2020 World TeamTennis season

Sports season

The 2020 World TeamTennis season is the 45th season of the top professional team tennisleague in the United States.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, all matches are held at The Greenbrier “America’s Resort” in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.[1][2]

The New York Empire won their first King Trophy as WTT champions with a 21–20 win in a Supertiebreaker over the Chicago Smash in the WTT Finals.[3][4]

Competition format[edit]

The 2020 World TeamTennis season includes nine teams. Each team plays a 14-match regular-season schedule.
The matches consist of five sets, with one set each of men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles. The first team to reach five games wins each set. A nine-point tiebreaker is played if a set reaches four games all. One point is awarded for each game won and scoring is cumulative. If necessary, Extended Play and a Supertiebreaker are played to determine the winner of the match.[5]
The top four teams in the regular season (12–30 July) will qualify for the World TeamTennis playoffs. The winner of the WTT Finals will be awarded the King Trophy.

Teams and players[edit]

The roster players compete for the entire season.[6]

  1. ^ abcdefghOn 27 July, the New York Empire traded Vandeweghe and Melichar from the San Diego Aviators for Lisicki and Peschke.
  2. ^On 21 July, Collins was suspended from the remainder of the season for violating the COVID-19 protocols.[7]

Standings[edit]

The top four teams qualified for the 2020 WTT Semifinals.[8]

Results table[edit]

Color Key: Win  • Loss - Reference:[9]

TeamMatch
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Chicago Smash
(CHI)
LVRORLOCBNYEORLSANPHLSPRWASNYELVROCBPHLSAN
24–1816–2123–1622–2124–1920–1619–2318–1521–1521–1622–1816–2321–2222–23
New York Empire
(NYE)
WASPHLORLCHISPROCBSPRSANLVRCHIWASORLOCBPHL
20–2125–1724–1621–2221–1515–2417–2520–1925–1716–2125–1521–2321–1917–23
Orange County Breakers
(OCB)
SANPHLCHILVRORLSANNYELVRWASPHLSPRCHINYESPR
16–2316–2516–2325–1323–2214–2024–1519–2111–2521–2224–2123–1619–2119–21
Orlando Storm
(ORL)
SPRLVRCHINYESANOCBCHIWASLVRPHLSPRSANNYEWAS
21–1815–2421–1616–2422–2122–2319–2423–1722–1623–1324–1719–1523–2125–15
Philadelphia Freedoms
(PHL)
OCBSPRNYEWASWASSPRCHILVROCBORLSANSANCHINYE
25–1624–1217–2525–1722–1423–1723–1925–1622–2113–2320–1824–1922–2123–17
San Diego Aviators
(SAN)
OCBLVRWASORLLVROCBCHINYESPRWASPHLORLPHLCHI
23–1621–2319–2121–2220–1520–1416–2019–2018–2216–2318–2015–1919–2423–22
Springfield Lasers
(SPR)
ORLPHLWASLVRNYEPHLNYECHISANOCBORLLVRWASOCB
18–2112–2420–1818–2015–2117–2325–1715–1822–1821–2417–2424–1916–2421–19
Vegas Rollers
(LVR)
CHIORLSANOCBSPRSANWASOCBPHLORLNYECHISPRWAS
18–2424–1523–2113–2520–1815–2018–2421–1916–2516–2217–2518–2219–2419–16
Washington Kastles
(WAS)
NYESANSPRPHLPHLLVRORLOCBCHISANNYESPRLVRORL
21–2021–1918–2017–2514–2224–1817–2325–1115–2123–1615–2524–1616–1915–25

Statistics[edit]

The tables below show the WTT players and teams with the highest regular-season winning percentages in each of the league's five events.[10]

Players[edit]

Note: Only players who played in at least 40% of their team's total number of games in a particular event are considered. (Overall at least 30% of team's total games)

Most Valuable Players
Male MVP: Taylor Fritz (Philadelphia Freedoms)
Female MVP: Bethanie Mattek-Sands (Chicago Smash)

Teams[edit]

Event Rank Team
Men's singles 1 Philadelphia Freedoms 110 65 45 59.1%
2 Orlando Storm 122 65 57 53.3%
3 Vegas Rollers 115 58 57 50.4%
Women's singles 1 Orlando Storm 105 63 42 60.0%
Philadelphia Freedoms 105 63 42 60.0%
3 Orange County Breakers 103 56 47 54.4%
Men's doubles 1 Orlando Storm 110 60 50 54.5%
2 New York Empire 119 64 55 53.8%
3 Vegas Rollers 118 61 57 51.7%
Women's doubles 1 San Diego Aviators 109 70 39 64.2%
2 Chicago Smash 106 61 45 57.5%
3 Springfield Lasers 107 57 50 53.3%
Mixed doubles 1 New York Empire 118 69 49 58.5%
2 Chicago Smash 113 61 52 54.0%
3 Philadelphia Freedoms 116 62 54 53.4%

Playoffs[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Finals[edit]

Finals MVP: CoCo Vandeweghe

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_World_TeamTennis_season
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Pictured: A look inside the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska, at the 2021 Senior World Team Trials. Image courtesy of Andy Hamilton’s Twitter Page (@Andy_Hamilton). 

Official release courtesy of USA Wrestling.

The Challenge Tournament semifinals are now determined, after the morning competition at the Senior World Team Trials in Lincoln, Neb. this morning.

There are 22 weight classes up for grabs on the 2021 Senior World Team which will compete in Oslo, Norway, October 2-10.

The Challenge Tournament semifinals will be in the 5:30 p.m. CT session tonight. The action will be live on FloWrestling.

A session wrap story will be posted later.

Men’s freestyle semifinal pairings

61 kg
Tyler Graff (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Daton Fix (Titan Mercury WC)
Nathan Tomasello (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Joe Colon (Titan Mercury WC)

65 kg
Yianni Diakomihalis (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Luke Pletcher (TMWC/PWC)
Joey McKenna (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Evan Henderson (Titan Mercury WC)

70 kg
James Green (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Jordan Oliver (Sunkist Kids)
Alec Pantaleo (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Ryan Deakin (Titan Mercury WC)

79 kg
Jordan Burroughs (Sunkist Kids) vs. Jason Nolf (Titan Mercury WC)
Isaiah Martinez (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Alex Dieringer (Titan Mercury WC)

92 kg
J’den Cox (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Myles Martin (Titan Mercury WC)
Nathan Jackson (NYAC) vs. Kollin Moore (Titan Mercury WC)

125 kg
Nick Gwiazdowski (TMWC/SCRTC) vs. Jordan Wood (Pennsylvania)
Mason Parris (Cliff Keen WC) vs. Hayden Zillmer (Gopher WC RTC)

Women’s freestyle semifinal pairings

53 kg
Ronna Heaton (Sunkist Kids) vs. Arena Villaescusa (Army WCAP)
Alyssa Lampe (Sunkist Kids) vs. Amy Fearnside (Titan Mercury WC)

55 kg
Jenna Burkert (Army WCAP) vs. Marissa Gallegos (Colorado Mesa WC)
Jacarra Winchester (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Amanda Martinez (Cardinal WC)

59 kg
Maya Nelson (Sunkist Kids) vs. Xochitl Mota-Pettis (Rise RTC)
Megan Black (Army WCAP) vs. Michaela Beck (Sunkist Kids)

62 kg
Kayla Miracle (Sunkist Kids) vs. Gracie Figueroa (Titan Mercury WC)
Mallory Velte (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Jennifer Page (Titan Mercury WC)

65 kg
Forrest Molinari (Sunkist Kids) vs. Skylar Grote (NYAC)
Solin Piearcy (Menlo WC) vs. Emma Bruntil (Titan Mercury WC)

72 kg
Kennedy Blades (Sunkist Kids) vs. Dymond Guilford (Titan Mercury WC)
Kylie Welker (Titan Mercury WC) vs. Yelena Makoyed (Cardinal WC)

Greco-Roman semifinal pairings

50 kg
Max Nowry (Army WCAP) vs. Dalton Duffield (Army WCAP)
Brady Koontz (TMWC) vs. Billy Sullivan (Legends of Gold Las Vegas)

60 kg
Ildar Hafizov (Army WCAP) vs. King Sandoval (Bandits WC)
Dalton Roberts (Army WCAP) vs. Randon Miranda (Rise RTC)

63 kg
Sam Jones (NYAC) vs. We Rachel (Illinois RTC/Illini WC)
David Stepanian (NYAC) vs. Dylan Gregerson (Brunson UVRTC)

67 kg
Alejandro Sancho (Army WCAP) vs. Alston Nutter (Sunkist Kids)
Jesse Thielke (Army WCAP) vs. Peyton Omania (NYAC)

72 kg
Patrick Smith (Minnesota Storm) vs. Michael Hooker (Army WCAP)
Benjamin Peak (Sunkist Kids) vs. Jamel Johnson (Marines)

77 kg
Jesse Porter (NYAC) vs. Alec Ortiz (Minnesota Storm)
Fritz Schierl (NYAC) vs. Zachary Grimes (NYAC)

82 kg
Ben Provisor (NYAC) vs. Richard Carlson (Minnesota Storm)
Spencer Woods (Minnesota Storm) vs. Tommy Bracket (Gator WC)

87 kg
Alan Vera (NYAC) vs. Dan Olsen (Combat WC School of Wrestling)
George Sikes (NYAC) vs. Ryan Epps (Minnesota Storm)

97 kg
G’Angelo Hancock (Sunkist Kids) vs. Khymba Johnson (NYAC)
Lucas Sheridan (Army WCAP) vs. Nicholas Boykin (Sunkist Kids)

130 kg
Cohlton Schultz (Sunkist Kids) vs. Tanner Farmer (NYAC)
Jacob Mitchell (Army WCAP) vs. Donny Longendyke (Minnesota)

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Men's Freestyle

Round robin brackets were 57, 61, 65, 74, 86, 92 & 97kg

Qualified: Codi Russell

57 Jakason Burks NE (MWC Wrestling Academy) VPO1 Dalton Henderson VA (Virginia), 12-10

57 Codi Russell NC (Blue Ridge RTC) VPO1 Peter Del gallo ME (Maine Trappers), 12-8

57 Dalton Henderson VA (Virginia) VFA Codi Russell NC (Blue Ridge RTC), 9-4 3:48

57 Jakason Burks NE (MWC Wrestling Academy) VPO1 Peter Del gallo ME (Maine Trappers), 11-2

57 Peter Del gallo ME (Maine Trappers) VPO1 Dalton Henderson VA (Virginia), 9-5

57 Codi Russell NC (Blue Ridge RTC) VPO1 Jakason Burks NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 9-4

Qualified: Carter Young

61 Jospeh Pins IA (Burg Training Center) VIN Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 6-0 0:20

61 Carter Young OK (Cowboy Wrestling Club) VSU Ryan Ripplinger ND (Bison Wrestling Club), 10-0 1:21

61 Ryan Ripplinger ND (Bison Wrestling Club) VFA Jospeh Pins IA (Burg Training Center), 8-2 1:16

61 Carter Young OK (Cowboy Wrestling Club) VSU Ryan Henningson MN (Bison Wrestling Club), 10-0 0:44

61 Ryan Henningson MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VFA Jospeh Pins IA (Burg Training Center), 14-9 4:26

61 Ryan Ripplinger ND (Bison Wrestling Club) VFA Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 2-0 0:18

61 Carter Young OK (Cowboy Wrestling Club) VSU Jospeh Pins IA (Burg Training Center), 10-0 1:33

61 Ryan Henningson MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VSU1 Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 13-2 1:15

61 Carter Young OK (Cowboy Wrestling Club) VSU Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 10-0 0:50

61 Ryan Ripplinger ND (Bison Wrestling Club) VSU1 Ryan Henningson MN (Bison Wrestling Club), 14-1 2:27

Qualified: Dean Heil

65 Dean Heil MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU Dylan Droegemueller MN (Bison Wrestling Club), 10-0 0:37

65 Dean Heil MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU Kyler Rodriguez NJ (New Jersey), 10-0 0:38

65 Dylan Droegemueller MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VSU Kyler Rodriguez NJ (New Jersey), 10-0 1:22

70 F Ryan Deakin CO (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)) VSU Christian Monserrat MA (New England Regional Training Center), 10-0 1:14

70 SF Ryan Deakin CO (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)) VSU Zach Watts CA (Bison Wrestling Club), 10-0 0:59

70 SF Christian Monserrat MA (New England Regional Training Center) VPO1 Collin Purinton NE (Nebraska Wrestling Training Center), 7-3

70 QF Ryan Deakin CO (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)) VSU Seonghun Chung OR (Oregon), 10-0 0:20

70 QF Collin Purinton NE (Nebraska Wrestling Training Center) VSU Austin Headlee NC (Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club), 10-0 0:52

Qualified: Jarrett Jacques

74 Jarrett Jacques MO (Tiger Style Wrestling Club) VSU Austin Braun MN (Minnesota), 10-0 4:36

74 Jarrett Jacques MO (Tiger Style Wrestling Club) VSU Tony Raupp ND (Minot MatWrats Wrestling Club), 11-0 2:02

74 Austin Braun MN (Minnesota) VSU1 Tony Raupp ND (Minot MatWrats Wrestling Club), 18-8 4:03

79 F Quentin Perez MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU1 Austin Brenner MN (Bison Wrestling Club), 18-7 2:59

79 SF Austin Brenner MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VFA Jaison White MA (New England Regional Training Center), 12-8 2:39

79 SF Quentin Perez MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU1 Jesse Shearer ND (North Dakota), 12-2 2:58

79 QF Austin Brenner MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VSU Cory Graham IN (Legends of Gold), 10-0 1:19

79 QF Jesse Shearer ND (North Dakota) VSU Achilleas Sands NY (New York), 10-0 0:30

Qualified: Andrew Morgan

86 Kyle Summers MO (Missouri) VPO1 Kyle Ryan OK (Oklahoma), 8-2

86 Andrew Morgan NY (Wrestling Prep) VSU1 Michael Nelson MN (Minnesota), 14-4 4:00

86 Michael Nelson MN (Minnesota) VSU Kyle Summers MO (Missouri), 10-0 0:41

86 Andrew Morgan NY (Wrestling Prep) VSU Riley Habisch MN (Bison Wrestling Club), 10-0 0:18

86 Riley Habisch MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VPO1 Kyle Summers MO (Missouri), 6-3

86 Michael Nelson MN (Minnesota) VFA Kyle Ryan OK (Oklahoma), 4-2 1:04

86 Andrew Morgan NY (Wrestling Prep) VFA Kyle Summers MO (Missouri), 10-0 3:49

86 Riley Habisch MN (Bison Wrestling Club) VSU Kyle Ryan OK (Oklahoma), 10-0 0:55

86 Andrew Morgan NY (Wrestling Prep) VSU Kyle Ryan OK (Oklahoma), 10-0 1:13

86 Michael Nelson MN (Minnesota) VPO1 Riley Habisch MN (Bison Wrestling Club), 10-4

Qualified: Miguel Baray

92 Miguel Baray TX (River Valley Wrestling Club) VSU1 Michael Morgan IN (Legends of Gold), 16-5 1:52

92 Miguel Baray TX (River Valley Wrestling Club) VSU1 Michael Morgan IN (Legends of Gold), 14-3 3:40

Qualified: Morgan Smith

97 Morgan Smith WA (Ohio Regional Training Center) VSU Erik Hinckley KS (Kansas), 10-0 1:03

97 Duncan Lee IA (Iowa) VPO1 Katrell Moss IN (Legends of Gold), 12-7

97 Morgan Smith WA (Ohio Regional Training Center) VPO1 Katrell Moss IN (Legends of Gold), 4-2

97 Duncan Lee IA (Iowa) VIN Erik Hinckley KS (Kansas), 0-0 0:00

97 Morgan Smith WA (Ohio Regional Training Center) VSU Duncan Lee IA (Iowa), 11-0 4:55

97 Katrell Moss IN (Legends of Gold) VFA Erik Hinckley KS (Kansas), 6-0 0:43

125 F Demertius Thomas MO (Pittsburgh Wrestling Club) VFA Lucas Davison IL (Wildcat Wrestling Club), 6-0 1:01

125 SF Demertius Thomas MO (Pittsburgh Wrestling Club) VFA Mauro Correnti NJ (New York Athletic Club), 12-0 0:57

125 SF Lucas Davison IL (Wildcat Wrestling Club) VSU1 Shawn Streck IN (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)), 15-4 4:42

125 QF Mauro Correnti NJ (New York Athletic Club) VPO1 Brandon Metz ND (Bison Wrestling Club), 5-3

125 QF Shawn Streck IN (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (TMWC)) VSU Jordan Miron CT (South Side Wrestling Club), 10-0 1:27


Women's Freestyle

76kg was the only contested weight class

Qualified: Hunter Robinson

76 Hunter Robinson TX (Grand View Wrestling Club) VPO1 Taryn Martin OH (Ohio), 10-2

76 Hunter Robinson TX (Grand View Wrestling Club) VPO1 Taryn Martin OH (Ohio), 5-1


Greco-Roman

All weights were round robins except 67kg

Qualified: Billy Sullivan

55 Billy Sullivan OK (Legends of Gold Las Vegas) VSU Cole Smith CO (Army (WCAP)), 8-0 1:11

55 Billy Sullivan OK (Legends of Gold Las Vegas) VSU1 Cole Smith CO (Army (WCAP)), 10-2 2:18

Qualified: Thomas Hicks

60 Thomas Hicks TN (Tennessee) VPO1 Johnny Masopust CO (Betterman Elite Wrestling), 9-6

60 Camden Russell NE (MWC Wrestling Academy) VSU Johnny Masopust CO (Betterman Elite Wrestling), 8-0 1:05

60 Thomas Hicks TN (Tennessee) VSU1 Camden Russell NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 10-1 2:07

Qualified: Aidan Nutter

63 Logan James IA (Iowa) VSU Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 9-0 1:37

63 Farrokh Safaeinejad FL (SWAT (Sheldon Wrestling Academy Training)) VSU Van Schmidt NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 8-0 1:40

63 Aidan Nutter WI (Wisconsin) VSU1 Logan James IA (Iowa), 9-1 4:23

63 Van Schmidt NE (MWC Wrestling Academy) VSU Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 8-0 0:28

63 Aidan Nutter WI (Wisconsin) VSU Van Schmidt NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 8-0 1:33

63 Farrokh Safaeinejad FL (SWAT (Sheldon Wrestling Academy Training)) VFO Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 0-0

63 Aidan Nutter WI (Wisconsin) VPO Farrokh Safaeinejad FL (SWAT (Sheldon Wrestling Academy Training)), 5-0

63 Logan James IA (Iowa) VSU Van Schmidt NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 9-0 2:02

63 Aidan Nutter WI (Wisconsin) VFO Steven Resnick PA (Pennsylvania), 0-0

63 Farrokh Safaeinejad FL (SWAT (Sheldon Wrestling Academy Training)) VFA Logan James IA (Iowa), 4-0 0:53

67 SF Robert Perez 111 CA (Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club) VSU Justin Kopet MN (Minnesota), 11-0 3:51

67 QF Ty Lydic PA (Westmoreland County Wrestling Club) VSU Geoff Martin ND (Minnkota Wrestling Club), 9-0 0:47

67 QF Robert Perez 111 CA (Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club) VSU Justin Feldman WA (Betterman Elite Wrestling), 10-0 1:00

Qualified: Justus Scott

72 Zachary Revier MN (Minnesota) VSU Eric Goodman WI (Wisconsin), 8-0 0:52

72 Justus Scott NV (Legends of Gold Las Vegas) VPO1 Gabriel Lewis IA (Viking Wrestling Club (IA)), 10-7

72 Justus Scott NV (Legends of Gold Las Vegas) VSU Eric Goodman WI (Wisconsin), 8-0 0:36

72 Gabriel Lewis IA (Viking Wrestling Club (IA)) VSU Zachary Revier MN (Minnesota), 10-0 1:35

72 Gabriel Lewis IA (Viking Wrestling Club (IA)) VSU Eric Goodman WI (Wisconsin), 8-0 1:20

72 Justus Scott NV (Legends of Gold Las Vegas) VPO Zachary Revier MN (Minnesota), 6-0

Qualified: Quentin Perez

77 Rashad Kennedy MN (Minnesota) VPO Jared Fekete NC (North Carolina), 5-0

77 Quentin Perez MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VFA Tony Raupp ND (Minot MatWrats Wrestling Club), 2-2 1:28

77 Jared Fekete NC (North Carolina) VSU Austin Farabaugh PA (Army (WCAP)), 8-0 3:37

77 Quentin Perez MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU Rashad Kennedy MN (Minnesota), 8-0 4:02

77 Quentin Perez MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU Austin Farabaugh PA (Army (WCAP)), 9-0 1:47

77 Rashad Kennedy MN (Minnesota) VPO Tony Raupp ND (Minot MatWrats Wrestling Club), 7-0

77 Rashad Kennedy MN (Minnesota) VSU Austin Farabaugh PA (Army (WCAP)), 9-0 4:30

77 Jared Fekete NC (North Carolina) VSU1 Tony Raupp ND (Minot MatWrats Wrestling Club), 16-6 2:34

77 Austin Farabaugh PA (Army (WCAP)) VSU1 Tony Raupp ND (Minot MatWrats Wrestling Club), 10-1 4:47

77 Quentin Perez MD (Navy-Marine Corps Mat Club) VSU1 Jared Fekete NC (North Carolina), 9-1 4:02

Qualified: Tyler Cunningham

82 Jordan Lara NM (505 Wrestling Club) VFA James Burks NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 3-0 1:06

82 Tyler Cunningham NE (MWC Wrestling Academy) VSU Jordan Lara NM (505 Wrestling Club), 11-0 2:02

82 Tyler Cunningham NE (MWC Wrestling Academy) VFO James Burks NE (MWC Wrestling Academy), 0-0

Qualified: Tyler Hannah

87 Tyler Hannah WI (Combat W.C. School of Wrestling) VPO1 Lukas Poloncic MN (Minnesota Storm), 12-5

87 Tyler Hannah WI (Combat W.C. School of Wrestling) VSU Lukas Poloncic MN (Minnesota Storm), 8-0 1:30

Qualified: MacAron Kukowski

97 Christian Rouleau MN (Minnesota Storm) VFA Duncan Lee IA (Iowa), 2-2 0:33

97 Macaron Kukowski MN (Minnesota Storm) VSU1 Miguel Baray TX (River Valley Wrestling Club), 10-2 4:44

97 Miguel Baray TX (River Valley Wrestling Club) VPO1 Christian Rouleau MN (Minnesota Storm), 8-7

97 Macaron Kukowski MN (Minnesota Storm) VSU Duncan Lee IA (Iowa), 9-0 2:12

97 Macaron Kukowski MN (Minnesota Storm) VFA Christian Rouleau MN (Minnesota Storm), 5-3 3:35

97 Miguel Baray TX (River Valley Wrestling Club) VFA Duncan Lee IA (Iowa), 4-0 0:43

Qualified: Keaton Fanning

130 Keaton Fanning MI (NMU-National Training Center) VPO1 Tom Foote MA (South Side Wrestling Club), 4-1

130 Michael Rogers PA (Nittany Lion Wrestling Club) VSU1 Jordan Miron CT (South Side Wrestling Club), 11-1 3:24

130 Courtney Freeman GA (Marines) VFA Tom Foote MA (South Side Wrestling Club), 4-4 1:29

130 Keaton Fanning MI (NMU-National Training Center) VPO1 Jordan Miron CT (South Side Wrestling Club), 4-1

130 Courtney Freeman GA (Marines) VSU Jordan Miron CT (South Side Wrestling Club), 8-0 2:49

130 Keaton Fanning MI (NMU-National Training Center) VIN Michael Rogers PA (Nittany Lion Wrestling Club), 1-0 0:11

130 Keaton Fanning MI (NMU-National Training Center) VPO1 Courtney Freeman GA (Marines), 6-5

130 Tom Foote MA (South Side Wrestling Club) VFO Michael Rogers PA (Nittany Lion Wrestling Club)

130 Courtney Freeman GA (Marines) VFO Michael Rogers PA (Nittany Lion Wrestling Club)

130 Tom Foote MA (South Side Wrestling Club) VIN Jordan Miron CT (South Side Wrestling Club), 0-0 0:00

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Results wtt

RECAP: WTT 3.5 18+ match, Sat., 11/28 BIG WIN, 35-18

Everyone contributed to this win!
L1: Felicia started and finished the line in due order, winning it 6-2. Felicia got her solid game going from the beginning with a high first serve percentage and consistent groundstrokes off both sides, occasionally coming to net to punch away volleys. At 3-1, her opponent Frances was replaced by Susan, who could only manage to get one game off Felicia. Both opponents hit several winning lobs but not enough to turn the tide against Felicia. Well done!

Saul used his great court coverage, flat serves and angled returns to put away his opponent at 6-4.

L2: Mindy started and got down 1-4 to Susan who got her game going after losing L1. Angie came in at that point and took the line to 5-all with excellent serving, deep groundstrokes and short angled volleys. That's the Angie we all know and she looked to be ready to close it out. Alas, it wasn't to be. Susan bore down, held both of her tiebreak service points and broke our Angie to take the TB 5-0. That big mo is so bloody fickle!

Eddy conquered his match nerves (must be left from baseball?) to leverage his low lefty ground strokes to keep his opponent deep at the baseline and then put him away at 6-3.

L3: April started and finished the line with an efficient, methodical game. It's hard to believe that she hasn't played the last few months, and maybe she couldn't believe it either. She took a 5-1 lead when her first opponent, Belinda, was replaced by Susan, but to no avail. April closed it out with a strong serve out wide to the deuce side that Suzanne was barely able to touch with her racket frame. That's an ace in my book.

Fun to watch Aris pit his big topspin serves and ground strokes against opponents with the same type game. However, Aris' persistence paid off as he forced more errors by his opponent to come away with a very satisfying 6-2 win! Yay!!

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RECAP: 4.0 WTT MATCH, SUN., 11/29 AT 12:00 AT NICHOLL VS. SCOTT'S TEAM, Won 28-27!!

Can you believe it!! The second time EVER we have had a tie score in games won at the end of regulation - forcing a 7 point super tiebreaker!!

Line #1: Dawn was at her calm and consistent best as she won her first WTT match, 6-4! Yay!

Yung was at his pressuring best as he forced Adam's hand, winning 1-6. Ouch!

Line #2: Clara exhibited some great ground strokes and angled returns, putting pressure on Sara's knees as Clara won 6-2.

Tenacious Tom kept Dil on his heels as Tom won it, 6-4 - but we are still 5 games behind in total - Argh.

Line #3: Tom has another go at Dil. I was over at the 3.5 match and couldn't witness it but Tenacious Tom must have had his serves working well and his ground strokes, too, as Tom wins this line at 6-2. We are now only 1 game behind!


Line #4: Keith tries taking on Yung to no avail as Yung builds up a 4-0 lead. Keith summons Adam - 'you give it a try'! Adam, as he is wont to do, starts wearing down Yung until he forces a tiebreak which, after a prolonged rally, Adam prevails at 6-5! Presto, we have a tie in games won at 27-27.

On to a super tiebreaker (first to 7 points wins). Nip and tuck as Adam pulls ahead but Yung catches up. Adam's patience and deep lobs seal the day as Adam wins the super tiebreaker. WOW, what a match!!

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RECAP: WTT 3.5 Senior match, Sunday, 11/29

Can you believe 4 tiebreaker lines and losing them all? That won't happen again as we dropped this match 34-27!

Special thanks to Dan Roberts and Paul Harkenz for stepping in and playing in their first WTT match when several of our stalwart regular men players were unavailable. !

L1: Dan got off to a great start as he used his steady ground strokes to build a lead. Unfortunately, his opponent gathered himself and saved just enough to force a tiebreak and then prevail for a 6-5 line win. Great effort, Dan.

Winnie started the line vs Barbara, a very tough opponent. Knowing that Barbara likes to come forward on short balls and put away deep volleys, Winnie kept her deep and went ahead early to 3-1. Barbara changed her game somewhat at that point, staying back more and hitting groundstrokes. Winnie seemed to lose her rhythm and Bo was tapped to replace her at 3-3. Bo took the line to 5-all at which point a tiebreak should be played. Barbara instead served a full game that Bo won at love. At that point, both captains told the players they should play a tiebreak. However, the issue was what are the WTT rules for correcting such an error? Under USTA rules the points played stand, which would give Bo a 4-0 lead in the tiebreak. The captains put their heads together and, not knowing WTT rules on this issue, decided to set aside the game that Barbara served. This decision rightly disturbed Bo and affected her play during the tiebreak, which she lost. Let's not let this happen again!

L2: Paul came up against our nemesis of the day, Andres. Andres's all around steady play and limited unforced errors stood him well as he emerged as 6-1 victor.

Bo stayed in to play Rose. The players know each other well. The emotional residue from the previous line led to some tense moments in this line. Despite that both players played well and had some very entertaining rallies. Bo won the line 6-4 with some excellent play. Well done, Bo.

L3: Bob's 'curveball' serve wasn't quite as effective as it can be but it along with some great forehands enabled him to tie up the line. Then, Andes came back in and continued his low error rate to come away with the 3rd of the day's 4 tiebreakers.

Felicia started the line vs Barbara. Felicia has the game to handle Barbara by hitting penetrating groundstrokes and coming forward to put away short balls. She played very well, but was running out of gas as the match went on. At 5-all, tiebreak time, she alerted the captain to her nearly empty tank. The captain replaced her with Winnie who came off the bench cold without a warmup. Not the best decision. Barbara took the TB 5-1.

Lots of lessons learned in this match.

wtt mATCH RESULTS FOR sENIORS MATCH ON 11-15-20

We posted a very satisfying win over Lyly's team on Sunday, winning 29-19.

Jon had previously sent along a recap of the women's lines which I will copy here:
We had an exciting outing yesterday against Lyly's 3.5 Sr team at Davie Stadium. Many thanks to all of you for showing up to play. It's great to see you with so much enthusiasm for this wonderful game.

L1: Mindy played the line and encountered a very challenging matchup in style. Mindy fought hard but found the mid-court game of her opponent too much, dropping the line 3-6.

L2: Bo started, got behind early, but soon got her all-court game going - and what a game it is! - to take the line easily 6-2.

L3: Winnie started with smart shot selections and consistent play to put us up 3-1. Belinda came in at that point and her strong groundstrokes overpowered her opponent to take us to 5-2. Wanting to give Mindy a chance to face her L1 opponent again, the captain brought her in. Alas, it went to a tiebreak at 5-all. BTW, it was 4:30p or so, the Davies lights were not on and getting darker and darker. In the TB, Mindy got down, 1-3 or 1-4, when she mounted a comeback with aggressive play and deep penetrating shots. Then came the deciding point at 4-all in the TB. Mindy chose to receive on the FH side. After a penetrating return and a long rally and great spurts of energy she forced her opponent to hit wide to seal the line and the match for the team. What fight she showed! Thank you, Mindy.

While the women played their lines at Davie, the men went to Nicholl to play their lines since there was only one playable court at Davie.

Mike Sommers set the tone as he systematically wore down his opponent, Robert, with accurate and error-free groundstrlies enroute to a 6-0 win.

Not to be overshadowed, Sergio duplicated the feat following suit with another 6-0 win as he hurried off to cheer on his wife, Belinda, at the Davie courts.

Bob Jacobs came up against a rejuvenated Robert, who built up a 3.0 lead. Then, Jean-Yves Charon entered in relief and won several games with strong round strokes and splendid dropshots before succumbing, 6-2.

Well played match all around!

Sours: https://www.rta-ca.org/wtt-match-results
Asian Table Tennis Championships 3 Oct results. Men's double teams reached at Semifinal.

The most difficult week has passed, and most of the construction has been left behind. On this occasion, Rinat and I went to the bathhouse: to celebrate, relax, remember our colleagues and discuss our affairs. Having taken a steam bath, having bathed, we sat down in the dressing room opposite each other.

Now discussing:

Andrei gently ran his hands over her body, which began to turn on the girl, who, blindfolded, focused on other feelings. Gently stroking Verina's skin, the man took her hands and pulled them over his head. Suddenly there was a click, and the girl felt that something clenched around her left wrist, after a moment the man fettered her right hand.



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