Monday, October 5, 2015

High Point's Plan to Dominate USTA Accompished... Dallas wins 4.0 Natonal Championship!

Since the beginning 0 A.T.L. (After Tennis Link), Dallas has not won a 4.0 National Championship.  We have been close but never closed the deal.  Bill Sanders from Waco is the only Texas captain to accomplish this feat.

Championship Picture of Tony and his Team

 

Here is a picture of his team.  It is an eclectic group.  I'm not sold on that team uniform but who can argue with that kind of success.  This group of masterminds surely has no equal after running roughshod over the country.








 Before we get to the story, here is a clip of Jorge Aguilar after dominating another match at nationals and Tony Le expressing his approval.





Picture of Tony Le as Captain
 
 
Then, a man named Tony Le from Planet X (pictured here), came to Dallas.  He previously put monsters together but they were no match for his arch-enemy from Houston... He devised a plan so diabolical that he had to get the monster that could take down one of Houston's 3 headed monster's heads.  He chose the 4.0 Monster over Houston's 3.5 and 4.5 Heads.  In the end, he only had to beat Fort Worth instead of Houston.


The Vanquished

Houston has usually been our nemesis.     No Godzilla enemy personifies Houston and Freeman better than King Ghidorah.  He has three heads and Freeman had three teams at sectionals.  He even advanced two to nationals.  Yet, in the usually coveted 4.0 slot, he was taken out by an imposter Godzilla controlled by Wayne Rigney from planet Wannabe also known as Fort Worth.





Here is a video of Tony Le's monster against Rigney.  I am a little surpised the fight lasted this long.  The real surprise that the monster mastermind took out King Ghidorah in the sectionals semi-finals.





After vanquishing the wannabe Godzilla from Planet Wannabe, Tony took his monster to the Desert.  They started with a Florida swamp creature.  In true Godzilla fashion, the monster showed strength but Godzilla prevails 3-2 over a tough monster.  Next, came up winless Midwest.  This is probably not a monster but just a light snack for the Monster from High Point.  I heard they didn't even have team uniforms.

In a battle of undefeated Flight Play Giants, Tony takes on this fellow.  He is sent from the Planet Middle States.



It is a tough fight but eventually Godzilla does what he has to do.  He vanquishes another Middle States monster.  While he looks scary and a tough monster, in the end he can only gets two good shots in against Godzilla.  Tony's monster from Planet High Point advances to what was his biggest challenge; he is facing the monster from Planet SoCal.




SoCal created an enemy to specifically rule over the monsters.  They bring MechaGodzilla... In the toughest test for Tony and his monster, they win 2 third set tiebreakers to advance.  My hat goes off to him to beat the monster designed to beat him.















In the finals he had to beat King Caesar from Planet Southwest.





This must be the post pathetic monster.  They beat them 5-0 and no match was very tight.  This was the easiest match he had since city payoffs.

In the end, congratulations at bringing a title to Texas!


31 comments:

  1. amazing accomplishment, especially since Tony can't seem to win a match against a couple of sorry 4.0's in Dallas this Fall.

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    1. Plays better in the dry climate. Humidity is tough on his game.

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  2. He's a better doubles player

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  3. Round up all the talent you can find and it's still hard to even get to nationals. It looks like Tony pulled the right levers for the right matches and got out exactly what he needed.

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    1. Hope it was worth it. He lost some loyal friends over it.

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    2. Interesting choice of words...."Loyal friends." If they're really "loyal", they should have his back. Are the "Loyal" Dallas Cowboys fans jump ship now that they're on a 2 game losing streak, and things look bad?

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    3. Loyal friends would be congratulating him, not undercutting him on the blog. If his loyal friends weren't good enough to make the team they should join a country club so they are guaranteed to make the team.

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  4. He is of the same ilk as Bender, Sisk, Somabut and now Gardner, if you ask me. They're all a bunch of cheats who will stop at nothing to throw matches and play out of level. It sickens me to think of the steps some people will go to just to win.

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    1. Gardner? What? Haha.

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    2. Is Gardner tanking to 2.5? He might and I say he might be a ringer there.

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    3. Not just Gardner ... but the way he encourages his players to tank. I mean, it's blatantly obvious!

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  5. funny Tony seems to think tanking this fall will save him from a bump, good luck with that, goes 5-0 at nationals but can win more than 7 games in local Fall league, nice try loser

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  6. Godzilla can cut a little rug

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  7. Sour grapes. You should thank him for even having you on the team. You should have built your own team and saved $$

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  8. Congrats Tony and team!

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  9. Did Bender get those matching uniforms?

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  10. Tiny Le is a piece of crap and so are all his teammates that tanked along with him. It's a tarnished little glass trophy, and besides it's 4.0. You can start going through each individual on that team and trace their issues back to something. With whom shall we start?

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  11. Great job Tony. Proud to be apart of the team. Even though I didn't play I had a great time at a beautiful place watching my friends win.

    Stephen Bennett

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  12. A great time doing what? Were you the ball bitch?

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  13. When can we get to something important? LIke the fall. I don't know enough about nationals to have a witty complaint.

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  14. Would it be possible to win nationals with a team that didn't have players that tanked?

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  15. You cannot win in any division. Even the 5.0/5.5 has a 2 max 5.5 player per team rule. So, you will have 5.5s tanking to get down to 5.0 so they can get more 5.5s on the roster.

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    1. Open division? Last year Austin's team had Ryan Harrison on the roster.

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    2. And he didn't play

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  16. Regardless of which side you take in the Tony Le discussion, they did answer the question "what does it take to win Nationals?" Several matches at sectionals and nationals were very close especially the semi-final at Nationals. Personally, I don't condone the methods used to build the team but I do have to say - I understand. The goal of that team was to win Nationals, and apparently, that's what it takes to get it done.

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    1. Actually ... the goal of league play is to enjoy a competitive environment where everyone should be playing on level. I'm all for winning titles -- if they're won legitimately and not by ill-gotten means. It's tainted, and that's just not right for anyone.

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  17. So if someone in sports takes steroids to succeed, then I guess everyone should in order to compete, because that's what it takes to get it done. Idiot.

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    1. And if someone posts BS on the blog then by all means post more.
      Idiot indeed.

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  18. Nicely worded, you must win all your discussions.

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