William, welcome back
Blue Glove Open: Fall 2022, Week 7
No stranger to big BGO matches and finals, William Green re-entered the league last week to the tune of three wins over top-ranked players. Defeating Spencer Weiss, Ariana Ipakchi, and Chase Velasquez, Green is the BGO Player of the Week for Week 7.
He jumps to 3-0 on the season and will try to quickly make up ground before the Fall Finals and the winter schedule begins. This week may present as stern a test as any with Ben Cole scheduled to face Green on Sunday afternoon.
Jai Arora and Miguel Zein round out the chasing pack, all at 3-0 trying to notch up enough victories to challenge Yael Lan, 7-1, at the top of Group A. With Lan on a bye week, Ariana Ipakchi went 2-1 with a revenge win over Tomas Mulita and a statement victory over Weiss to remain in second place.
Arora and Zein will get their chances this week with two matches each, as the season races to Championship Weekend in just a few weeks.
Little action could be played in Group D over the weekend because most of the matches were schedules for Sunday morning---which was washed out. But Ted Wang kicked off the weekend with a win over Kate Johnson indoors on Friday, placing him solidly in second place and a Finals position for now.
The new Fall BGO Season begins! 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 BGO-fueled Travel Team Plus, and the new USTA and UTR tour---the Sweet Spotter Series.
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 10, 2022
Top 15 - Currently registered players.
BGO Fall Group Standings - Nov 10, 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.