We are now in the final week of the season. 4.5 and 5.0 wrap up then we have the 4th of July. Most things are settled but a last rundown and then we will get some real playoff previews. With the last thread getting more than a little chippy, here we go...
5.0 Undefeated TBar has Rossouw left. That should put them in first place. 2nd and third haven't changed. Lakes could win the flight if they sweep and TBar gets swept. TBar wins with a single line win.
Flight A: JCC is undefeated with one loss LB Houston to go. Fretz has one loss too. JCC needs only 1 line to secure the flight. Fretz needs to sweep and JCC needs to be swept. Fretz has Gleneagles. I don't see anything major happening so I'll cal the flight as JCC, Fretz and LB.
Flight B: This is easily match of the week as undefeated Oak Creek and undefeated Lakes play a winner take all match. I like the Lakes to win this but expect 3-2 either way.
Flight C: Brookhaven leads the Village by 2 lines so much can happen. They play TBar weak team so they should win. Village still has Oak Creek left and OC has only 2 losses and 1 line behind the Village. I like BH to win the flight and the Village to win a 3-2 to take second.
#1 — The Official Awesome Clothes and Equipment Guy
You don’t know exactly what his salary is, but it’s apparently more than yours. Or, if he does make what you make, he is spending 90-percent of his income on tennis equipment when he should be spending it on lessons. He’s got several top-of-the line state of the art new Wilson Pro Staff RF97 and certainly had a Prince Boron in the 1980s. He wears those new Roger Federer Vapor shoes that match his Roger Federer outfit for each Grand Slam. He even has the matching head band and moisture-wicking performance apparel under his clothes, wrist bands and an expensive 15 racquet combi bag to keep it all in. Estimated retail price: way, way, way too much for a tennis league that has a grand prize of a $4 clean up towel.
It’s all well and good, though, as long as this guy isn’t control of any sort of budget at work. If he is, expect your company to go under by the end of the year, just after his $400,000 remodel of the reception area is completed.