It was another great week of tennis at the Griffith club for the second round of the social summer competition.
The second week of men's A grade competition saw Tav Bergamin take the honours once again – this time partnered with Binit Shrestha.
Monday night ladies is proving to be competitive this season as no team was able to claim a second win. Wozniacki defeated Kerber 5-1 while Stosur and Williams played out a draw with even sets and even games.
In Tuesday night mixed, there was an upset from the new kids on the block Unstoppable who defeated Aggies 4-2.
Nailed It continued its dominance on the court to bring Schoolies back to earth with a 5-1 victory.
Cougars were back in form against Aces with another 5-1 win and Tourists were too strong for Black Magic, winning 5-1.
The Wednesday night mixed teams are in fine form with some really close matches being played out. Super Cool and Whatever finished with three sets apiece but Super Cool claimed the win by three games.
Shud had a 5-1 victory over Young Guns to maintain its place as the early leaders in the competition.
Hot Dates also had another win this week, defeating Nice Gary 4-2. Bits and Pieces defeated Douche Bags 5-1 for their second win this season and Double Trouble got up 4-2 over One Hit Wonders.
If you would like to get amongst the tennis action in any of the competitions or just for a social hit visit the website, griffithtennisclub.com.au, for more information.
In other tennis news, the Griffith Junior Development Series – for ages 10-16 – will be held on Sunday, February 26 from 8.30am.
Entries close February 23 and can be lodged through http://www.tennis.com.au/nsw/regions/south-west. There will be a canteen on the day and volunteers are very much appreciated. For more information, contact tournament director Danny Dossetor on 0448 002 224 or via email at email@example.com.
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