The 2022 Hertzel Cup City Open Championship is Saturday, March 5. As of this weekend, 44 of 48 spots had been filled. It is always the best local event of the year.
PT Leaguers Marie Matrka and Tyler Fraser each had strong showings at last weekend's Philly Open APTA National Ranking Tournament. The field is always one of the year's strongest as it is the last big event before APTA Nationals. Matrka partnered with Alice Tunaru (Columbus) and finished sixth. Fraser partnered with Adam Morgan (Chicago) and came within a few points of taking the title. Fraser & Morgan defeated several APTA National champions on their way to the final before losing to the #1 team in the country, Johan du Randt & Stephen Mitchell 6-7, 6-2, 7-6.
Philly Open APTA Ranking Event
PT Leaguer Tyler Fraser and partner Adam Morgan (Chicago) have reached the finals of the Philly Open. They have ousted some of the game's best players to get there, including multiple time national champions Drew Broderick, Mark Parsons and Juan Arraya. They face the PT's best team and defending APTA National Champions Johan du Randt and Stephen Mitchell at 9:30 today. Click for Philly Open Livestream.
As of Tuesday, 41 of 48 spots for the 2022 Hertzel Cup City Open Championship were filled. PT Leaguers above 1,000 in our pairings points are encouraged to participate. It is always the best local platform tennis event of the year.
Registration is now open for the 2022 Spring Platform Tennis League. All levels of match-competent players are invited as well as new players with moderate to high level tennis, pickleball, squash or racquetball backgrounds.
The Spring League will be played on Thursday nights at Glendale Lyceum from April 7 to May 26. The 8-week session is part of the larger Spring/Summer League that runs 25 weeks through September 28. Participants can choose to just play the Spring session or can sign up for the full season at a discounted rate. 10 years, 450+ players, 11,500+ matches.