Monday, October 3, 2011

Weekend Results

It was the last busy tennis weekend of the year for many local players, as Mixed Sectionals and the Fall Fest filled the schedule on a beautiful tennis weekend.

There were some interesting results at the Fall Fest. First of all, kudos to Jason Cooney and Musa Salihu for taking the Men's 4.5 and 4.0 singles titles. Doubles winners were the teams of Roberto Narajos and Hung Nguyen in 4.5 and newcomers Alex Truong and Andrew Wu in 4.0. Winning the mixed were Hall/Hall and Vu/Houston.

Former 4.5 superstar Odion Dibua won the Open doubles. 4.0 rated George Hernandez toppled Quack Bui in the first round of the 4.5 and then was soundly beaten by Foad Ansari. Hersh Pise, playing on the Deucebags fall team, won the Open consolation.

Local mixed teams met with some success at Sectionals in Southlake. Monty Lindloff's 9.0 team won the title behind wins from Arnold/Breaux and Taylor/Corbin in the finals. SA imports Orlando Galvan and Cynthia Rice and Brett Bernstein/Melinda Montes were both undefeated as Robert Plummer's 10.0 mixed team also made it to Nationals. Michael Tran's 8.0 team didn't fare as well.

20 comments:

  1. Quack retired of injury

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  2. Cramping isn't an injury. Its a deficiency. As good as everyone says Quack is I don't think he's got the endurance to win a tournament.

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  3. Any other notable wins/matches from this weekends fall fest?

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  4. Congrats to all the winner. Cooney had some impressive wins over narajos and nguyen

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  5. Cooney wins 4.5? Now I wish I played.

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  6. I would destroy Sarosh- signed, PR

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  7. I DID destroy Sarosh.

    Signed,
    WJ

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  8. Musa played like a beast. When will he grow a pair and play up.

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  9. It's freaking cold out. signed TP

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  10. Musa called the office several times to make sure Minh Hoang was not playing before he actually registered

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  11. If you consistently lose first round in tournaments then you are playing in the wrong division. Hint hint to most of you who continue to play open

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  12. Does anyone know why Court 12 at LLTC was renamed "Arata's World"?

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  13. Bc he "conquered" it a few weeks back

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  14. your buddy minh hoangOctober 6, 2011 at 10:46 AM

    congrats musa

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  15. The Real Minh HoangOctober 6, 2011 at 12:22 PM

    Musa ur a bitch

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  16. Just came across this blog. Good to see some commentary on league and tournament events.

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  17. Welcome aboard Gulzeb. Now tell us something about yourself so we can make fun of you.

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  18. Or don't and we'll just make shit up.

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  19. If you look at the fall festival's open draw, you'll find something to make fun of right away.

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