Pittsburgh tennis league scores

Current league leaders as of Monday, June 6th, 2013

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Women’s Singles A

Quirine Okonkwo

Women’s Singles B

Women’s Doubles A

Ester Hoogstaden and Quirine Okonkwo

Mixed Doubles A
Dana Squelch and Dom Costa

Men’s Singles A

Juan Lleeras and Andrew Stein

Men’s Singles B

Carl Ciccarelli and Jerry Vanaski

Men’s Singles C
Jason Porto

Men’s Doubles A
Art DeMateo and Greg Hung

Men’s Doubles B
Ross Grana and Jim Quigley

Men’s 55+ Singles
Steve Hanchuk

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Tennis League in Pittsburgh leaders update as of July 5th 2012

Tennis league current leaders

Men’s Singles A  – Ken Levin

Men’s Singles B – Joe Kern

Men’s Singles C-

Women Singles A- Fran Steger

Women Singles B– Fran Steger

Men’s Doubles A – Greg Hung/Art DeMateo

Men’s Doubles B –  Leonard Romito/Fred Kuhn

Women Doubles A – (Rome Section) Amy Baron/Rajeeta Baraz  -2-0 (Palermo Section) Mavis Close/Kai Liu 1-0

Men’s 55 + Singles   –  Steve Hanchuk

Men’s 65+ Doubles – Jim Quigley/Tony Wettick

Mixed Doubles A  – Amy and Tom Baron

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Major tennis tounament now using blue clay as surface

Mutua Madrid Open will begin using blue clay as surface in 2012

The Mutua Madrid Open, an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament, will feature blue clay courts starting in 2012. Madrid marks the first professional tournament to feature blue clay. Two of the most successful ATP players didn’t seem thrilled with the change in Madrid. Rafael Nadal vented on Twitter, saying, “It’s a lack of respect for tradition and the history of this area, I hope one day not having to play on blue grass.” Roger Federer said it was difficult to talk about it at the current moment.

Federer wins Paris, blue clay controversary

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