Two big wins for Ravitz
Blue Glove Open: Winter 2022-23, Week 11
Solomon Ravitz was put to the test twice and passed with flying colors. After winning against Alexander Toker-Katskee, he avenged the Match of the Week loss to Alvaro Orlove two weeks ago in yet another Match of the Week. Just as then, it ended it one of the tightest tiebreaks imaginable. This time, it went to Ravitz, 8-7 (6).
For that display Ravitz wins the Player of the Week honors and moves up into fourth place, four games behind Spencer Weiss and with just about enough time to make up the deficit. The winter season, however, is running out quickly.
Orlove solidified his first-place position with two wins of his own, including an 8-6 win over Reza Radmanesh
Radmanesh's weekend scores don't fully tell the story. Just two games from toppling the current ruler, he was fairly well spent by the time he served to start the next match against Toker-Katskee, who won 8-2.
Elina Ipakchi battled through the other two headline matches this weekend, winning one and dropping one. Tomas Mulita edged her 8-6, but she came back the next night to win by the same margin over Krishna Ramaswamy. Regardless, she remains firmly in control of Group C.
Only a few weeks remain in winter until Decision Day and Championship Weekend with the division races heating up.
The Winter Season continues! Join us on our RACE TO CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND when the Group Finals will be played. Continue the journey through the fall and winter with our outdoor and indoor BGO matches, our Travel Team, and the new USTA and UTR tour---the Tennis Central Junior Circuit.
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 Tennis Central Junior Circuit.
Coming soon in 2023!
BGO Power Rankings - Mar 9, 2023
Top 15 - Currently registered players.
BGO Winter Group Standings - Mar 9, 2023
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.