Richard Canelas went 4-0 on a court with Pete Tarnowski, Harrison Rogers, JR Randall and George Peck. This was the first time he's gone undefeated on a court rated 30 or above.
New: All-Time Results by Court Rating
Crosstabs tracking results from various court difficulty ranges will be kept up-to-date on the standings page of this site under the "All-Time" heading. To see how you and other players do at different top levels:
39-40 Court Results: These courts usually feature three or more top national tournament level players. Only 18 of the 438 PT League participants have ever even played on a court rated 39 or 40.
36-40 Court Results: A wider sample with courts featuring mostly players with above 1,900 "pairings points." Think top 20 city players and a generally higher level than the top club vs. club team matches. 69 of 438 have ever been on these courts.
30-35 Court Results: These courts often include four players above the 1,600 "pairings points" level. They can have a slightly wider range if top players are included. A typical top court in the club vs. club team league would consist of a similar collection of players. 155 of 438 players have participated on courts at this level.
25-29 Court Results: Occasional participation from top players, but mostly consisting of players with between 1,100 and 1,900 "pairings points." These matchups are similar to lower court top division and upper court second division club vs. club league matches. 212 of 438 have played on courts in this range.
Players going undefeated on courts this week were: Canelas, Doug Jones (2), Austin Hensley, Lawre Bonekemper, Doug Ucci and Evan Webeler,
New This Week
Playing Fall/Winter league for the first time were Peter Trager, Eric Maclin and Nate Miller. Trager is an experienced player from Connecticut currently teaching at U of Kentucky and making the trip up from Lexington. Miller and Maclin are newer to platform tennis and each is a 5.0+ tennis player.