Monday, November 23, 2009

Noel/Sisk Holiday Tournament Results

Hey everybody,

Thanks again to all of you for playing in the tournament this weekend. It was near perfect weather and there were a lot of great matches. Special thanks to John Sisk and Garland Tennis Center for helping to make this a special event. Here are some notable results:

Singles Semifinals

John Luxton d. Corey Noel 5-7, 7-6 (5), 1-0 (8). Uggghhhh!!!!
Andy Xu d. Todd Feldman 3-6, 6-1, 1-0 (3).

Singles Championship

Andy d. John 6-4, 6-0. You're welcome Andy for me wearing John down for you.

Consolation Finals

Chad Moomjian d. Leonard Hutchison 6-2, 6-2.

Andy collected 107.
John collected 64.20
Chad collected 42.80

Doubles Semifinals

Hai Nguyen/Long Pham d. Christopher McDonald/Michael Taylor 5-7, 5-5 retired.

Atul Rajani/Mike Sullivan d. Chad Moomjian/Evan Mashigian 7-6 (5), 1-6, 1-0 (7).

Doubles Final

Hai/Long d. Atul/Mike 6-4, 6-4

Consolation Final

Jerry Defeo/Brent O'Bannon d. Conan Heath/Patrick Wire 6-3, 6-3.

Hai and Long collected 135.
Atul and Mike collected 81.
Jerry and Brent collected 54.


For those of us who didn't win anything, we will try harder next time. John and I plan to do this tournament again sometime at the end of February, possibly Feb. 27-28. I hope you all will sign up again.

Thanks
Corey

10 comments:

  1. hi.. just dropping by here... have a nice day! http://kantahanan.blogspot.com/

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  2. sounds great, I wish I could have made it out. I will do my best for Feb. Hopefully I will be good enough for singles by then and not fat from the holidays, although that may be a reason to play singles.

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  3. I know its only small amounts, but next time just say tennis balls or pennies or 108 green trophies. Let's not be too bold even if it is small amounts.

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  4. Just nice to see that someone is willing to put out the effort to organize a tourney. well run. nice job.

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  5. Are you from the IRS? Of course those numbers don't represent dollars. We would never play tennis for money.

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  6. The 2 best players on the same side of the draw in singles. Was this tournament run by DTA?

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  7. I can assure you that mathmatical formulas were used to precisely place the players in the correct, evenly places flights. Height, level of play, win/loss record, and obesity level were all weighted and put into a statistical model to place people in their precisely calculated flight.

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  8. I guess that means that Sisk had his own flight?

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  9. I'm sure you don't know John Luxton so I'm not sure how you could come up with that conclusion. Actually, the two finalists from our last tournament (the 1 and 2 seeds) both lost before finals.

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  10. Actually...quite a decent tournament. I donned the "I am a tang" shirt and opted out (while still playing a weak match of doubles), but hopefully will catch in next time. This sure beats the progressive match stuff from last year that seemed to never end, crossed 2 seasons, and was played in the Temple of Nod down on the covered courts in Mesquite. Friggen eye-level shaft of light at 4 pm did little for my game, and could have illuminated the path to the ark of the covenant. Mittens with Tournagrip was like using a sandwich bag as a condom: no worky.

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