Tyler Fraser went 3-0 in the final week on a court with Doug Jones, Thaddeus Reed and Wil Lofgren. The result helped him close the gap in the standings slightly, but he was unable to catch up to an idle Rob Bakker (illness). Fraser finished third overall behind Jones (2nd) and Bakker (1st). Players going undefeated on courts in the final week were: Fraser, Tim Schraffenberger, Dave Montgomery, Olivia Capannari, Carlos Canelas and Dave Necessary. Click for final standings or week #26 court results.
Three players go into the final week with a chance to win the overall title. Rob Bakker, Doug Jones and Tyler Fraser could each win with the right result. They will face each other on a court rounded out by Thaddeus Reed and Wil Lofgren. Bakker comes into the night in first place and has the simplest path to victory. Below is a summary:
Rob Bakker ...
will win if he goes at least 3-1 on the court. A 2-2 performance opens the door for Jones. A 1-3 or 0-4 gives both Jones & Fraser a shot to catch up.
Doug Jones ...
will win if he goes 3-1 or better and Bakker finishes 2-2 or worse.
Tyler Fraser ...
will win if he goes 4-0 and both Bakker and Jones finish 1-3 or worse.
Brad Pierce went 7-1 on two courts to move up to #5 in the overall standings. Pierce is now 39-21 (65.00%) for the season. Players going undefeated on courts were: Pierce, Hebert Sherrod, Marie Matrka, Wil Lofgren, Bret Bruder, Dave Necessary, Aleksas Juskys and Doug Jones. Click for the updated standings or week #24 results.