Parvizian claims Player of Week
Blue Glove Open: Fall 2022, Week 9
Coming so close last weekend to the honors, Kevin Parvizian lays claim this week with a win and a draw over stiff competition. He is the Player of the Week after defeating championship-placeholder Ariana Ipakchi 8-5 and drawing with Jon Ozenci 5-5.
That didn't stop Ipakchi from going top of the group, though, with her win against Miguel Zein. Yael Lan follows closely behind at 8-1, with byes this week and for Thanksgiving weekend. Also around the top of the group, Spencer Weiss won a thriller against Tomas Mulita 8-7 to get him above .500.
Ted Wang placed himself in a finals position just behind Shiloh Auzoux with a close 6-5 victory over Adelei Freund. The two rivals square off again in a rematch this weekend.
But Alex Cana is right on their tail with a few matches coming up over Thanksgiving and only one win away from the finals spots. He took two wins this weekend, over Deniz Ozenci and Kate Johnson, to surge up the rankings.
The league welcomed Miray Alyanak with a 7-4 loss to William Petkoski, who took his first win of his BGO career.
Decision Day looms just a week away, the last chance to make sprint for the playoff places, on Dec 3-4. Championship Weekend follows on Dec 10-11.
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TOURNAMENTS - SWEET SPOTTER SERIES
Each weekend Tennis Central hosts two USTA or UTR tournaments. Earn points for reaching each successive round just like at the ATP/WTA Tour, and qualify for the season-ending TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP, all while earning USTA and UTR points too. If you love the BGO, you'll love the Sweet Spotter Series.
Upcoming Sweet Spotter Series Schedule
BGO Power Rankings - Nov 24, 2022
Top 15 - Currently registered players.
BGO Fall Group Standings - Nov 24, 2022
Top two from each group automatically qualify for group final.
Players are ranked by points (three for win, one for draw), then wins, percentage of games won, and games won.
Game scores are not included for wins by higher group players against lower group players.