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Tyra Black and Dylan Frazier Reach Mixed Doubles Quarters at Veolia Sacramento Open

Tyra Black and Dylan Frazier Reach Mixed Doubles Quarters: Hurricane Tyra Black and Dylan Frazier made it to the mixed doubles quarterfinals at the Veolia Sacramento Open presented by Best Day Brewing. They won 9-11, 12-10, 11-5 against Lea Jansen and Hayden Patriquin.

Despite a strong lead in the second game, Jansen and Patriquin could not finish the match. They held advantages at 5-1 and 10-7, but Black and Frazier displayed resilience with their strategic play. By saving three match points, they forced a deciding third game.

“[Jansen and Patriquin] were playing really well to get ahead in the second, so we just tried to stay solid and not give them any freebies to end the match. Tyra played super steady the whole time, so it was nice to trust her to go crosscourt consistently and then set me up for some aggressive shots.” – (Frazier)

Building on their comeback win in the second game, the No. 9 seeds dominated the third game. They secured a convincing victory with a final score of 11-5, advancing to the quarterfinals.

Black and Frazier will hope to maintain their winning momentum in the quarterfinals. They’ll face a tough challenge against the higher-seeded Anna Bright and James Ignatowich, aiming to avoid needing another comeback.

News in Brief: Tyra Black and Dylan Frazier Reach Mixed Doubles Quarters

Hurricane Tyra Black and Dylan Frazier reached the mixed doubles quarterfinals at the Veolia Sacramento Open. They won against Lea Jansen and Hayden Patriquin with scores of 9-11, 12-10, 11-5. Despite Jansen and Patriquin leading in the second game, Black and Frazier saved three match points to force a third game.

The No. 9 seeds then dominated the final game to win 11-5. Black and Frazier will now face higher-seeded Anna Bright and James Ignatowich in the quarterfinals, aiming to continue their winning streak without needing another comeback.

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