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Mixed Doubles Fight to CIBC Finals 2024 in San Clemente

Mixed Doubles Fight to CIBC Finals: This season, the road to the CIBC Finals in San Clemente promises great and fierce competition, with 23 tour stops leading up to the final event. For mixed doubles, the path is set for the top eight teams and individuals who will earn their place in December’s championship.

Women’s Mixed Doubles: Leading Contenders and Underdogs

Leading the competition are established names like Anna Leigh Waters, Anna Bright, and Vivienne David, who have solidified their spots with consistent performances. Close behind are contenders like Jorja Johnson, Tina Pisnik, Etta Wright, and Rachel Rohrabacher, each within striking distance of securing their spot at the Finals.

Rank Player Race Points
1 Anna Leigh Waters 10800
2 Anna Bright 8950
3 Vivienne David 7600
4 Jorja Johnson 3950
5 Tina Pisnik 3900
6 Marietta Wright 3400
7 Rachel Rohrabacher 3000
8 Lea Jansen 2450
9 Meghan Dizon 2200
10 Jessie Irvine 2150
11 Catherine Parenteau 2050
12 Hurricane Tyra Black 1837.5
13 Lucy Kovalova 1700
14 Jackie Kawamoto 1600
15 Maggie Brascia 1525
16 Lauren Stratman 1425
17 Callie Smith 1400

 

A standout underdog in the mix is Hurricane Tyra Black, whose recent form suggests she could upset the standings. The competition intensifies as players compete for the eighth spot, with Catherine and Sock among those aiming to turn their season around.

Mixed Doubles Fight to CIBC Finals
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Last Spots: Lea Jansen, showing strong form alongside Hayden Patriquin, seems assured to clinch the final couch, barring any major upsets.

Men’s Mixed Doubles: Top Players and Emerging Challengers

On the men’s side, the competition is equally intense, with top players like Ben Johns, Thomas Wilson, and James Ignatowich leading the pack. JW Johnson, Federico Staksrud, and Dekel Bar are close behind, considered near locks for the Finals.

Rank Player Race Points
1 Benjamin Johns 13600
2 Thomas Wilson 7600
3 James Ignatowich 6100
4 James Johnson 3900
T-5 Dekel Bar 3400
T-5 Federico Staksrud 3400
7 Tyson McGuffin 2550
8 Hayden Patriquin 2425
9 Christian Alshon 2350
10 Andrei Daescu 1950
11 Jack Sock 1850
12 Connor Garnett 1725
13 Matt Wright 1700
14 Julian Arnold 1475
15 Pablo Tellez 1350
16 Collin Johns 1312.5
17 Jay Devilliers 1300

 

Riley Newman and Dylan Frazier, currently tied at 18th place, emerge as contenders to watch. Newman’s return to regular play and Frazier’s partnership with Tyra Black add excitement to the race for qualification.

The battle for the remaining spots is intense, with contenders within a thousand points of each other. Challenges arise as players like Alshon and Daescu face suspensions and missed opportunities, reshaping the dynamics of the leaderboard.

Mixed Doubles Fight to CIBC Finals

Last Spots: Christian Alshon and Tyson McGuffin face tough odds to secure their places, highlighting the unpredictability and intensity of the race to San Clemente.

 

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Navigating the Season: Twists and Turns Ahead of CIBC Finals

As the tour progresses, all eyes will be on these players as they navigate the twists and turns of the season, aiming to secure their spots in the CIBC Finals. Stay tuned for more updates and insights as the competition heats up and the contenders compete for pickleball glory.

News in Brief: Mixed Doubles Fight to CIBC Finals

Anticipation for the CIBC Finals in San Clemente grows as the PPA Tour approaches its climax with 23 stops. In mixed doubles, established players like Anna Leigh Waters, Anna Bright, and Vivienne David lead the standings with consistent performances. Contenders such as Jorja Johnson, Tina Pisnik, and Hurricane Tyra Black are assured to challenge for top positions, adding excitement to the competition.

On the men’s side, top contenders Ben Johns, Thomas Wilson, and James Ignatowich dominate, with Riley Newman and Dylan Frazier emerging as dynamic challengers. Christian Alshon and Tyson McGuffin face tough battles to secure their spots, highlighting the intense competition as players compete for qualification ahead of December’s championship in San Clemente.

Also read: Men and Women Doubles Race to CIBC Finals of PPA Tour 2024

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