Draw Reveal: Hertz Gold Cup powered by Tixr
The Hertz Gold Cup powered by Tixr has officially kicked off and the professional draws for all five divisions of play have officially been released. It’s time to dive into the excitement!
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- DEFENDING MEDALISTS: Johns/Johns, Arnold/Wilson, Johnson/Frazier
- Dekel Bar is this week’s auditionee next to Riley Newman as the #4 seed
- McGuffin/Brendan Long running it back – they won the St. George event in April over Bar/C. Johns
- WATCH OUT FOR: Matt Wright and Travis Rettenmaier (3) – how will the “old” guard gel?
- MARCH MEDALISTS: Waters/Parenteau, Schneemann/Jade Kawamoto, Jansen/Jones
- A rested Lea Jansen plus Hurricane Tyra Black (7) are a dangerous duo.
- Allyce Jones/Lauren Stratman (5) – unique pairing, how will they fare?
- WATCH OUT FOR: Bright and Jardim (4) – can they make a run?
- MEDALISTS IN MARCH: Waters/Johns, Parenteau/McGuffin, Devilliers/Irvine
- Big fella Siljestrom takes Big Poppa’s place next to Bright (7).
- Jorja Johnson/JW Johnson (3) – the only team to beat ALW/Ben Johns this year.
- WATCH OUT FOR: Smith/Frazier – can they rebound from a tough Dallas event?
- MEDALISTS IN MARCH at Pictona: Ben Johns, Collin Shick, Pablo Tellez
- Over 100 players competing in men’s singles – will we get another Shick-like performance?
- Wow, top half of the draw: Johns (1), Garnett (4), Martinez Vich (9), Tellez (8)
- WATCH OUT FOR: Potential Frazier (11) vs. Alshon (6) matchup in the round of 16
- MEDALISTS IN MARCH: Catherine Parenteau, Lea Jansen, Salome Devidze
- Parenteau beat Waters in March in the semis here but is sitting out singles, playing doubles
- WATCH OUT FOR: Mary Brascia (3) – full of confidence after reaching the women’s doubles final in Dallas