USA Wins Men’s 85s; Will Play for Seven Cups Friday; Teams Go 4/0 on Thursday

Thursday, September 20, 2018

San Diego, California, USA

The USA will compete in seven finals on Friday in Croatia. Matches in Center, Grand Stand and Court 1 at ATP Stadium will be streamed live (see links below). Draws have been posted for individuals, see link below.

The USA was in action in four Cups today, the Men’s 65, 70, 75 & 85.

The USA WON the Men’s 85 behind the singles play of Saul Snyder and Joe Russell and the doubles expertise of George McCabe/Chuck Nelson. Here’s a photoof McCabe, Snyder, Russell and Nelson from the opening ceremonies. They beat Australia in the final round robin match, going 4/0 in the competition.

The Men’s 70s, Crawford Cup, has been on a roll since their loss on Monday. They beat Finland 3/0 today and play for 9th tomorrow. Geoff and Brent played the doubles; Clark and Hammel played the doubles (winning again in a match tiebreak).

The Men’s 65s and 75s both played Australia today in their respective divisions and both won 2/1.

The Britannia Cup team, M65 saw Dave Sivertson win at #2 singles; Len Wofford played a great match against Andrew Rae but fell 76 64 and Paul Wulf/Tom Smith won the doubles point. Photos courtesy of Jeanne Sivertson; I created the collage.

In the Men’s 75, Bitsy Grant cup, G. Waygood was too good for USA’s Fred Drilling at #2 singles, winning 76 46 62. Jimmy Parker at #1 won 64 64 over A.Walker. Drilling and Michael Stewart were too good for Waygood/B. Rehn, winning 64 62.

Matches on center court are being streamed here: http://Htsv.hr/live-stream. Matches start at 9am CET (GMT +2).

Please click on the following links below to view the draws and order of play for the 2018 ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championships.

Kitty Godfree Cup (W65)

Althea Gibson Cup (W70)

Queens Cup (W75)

Doris Hart Cup (W80)

Britannia Cup (M65)

Jack Crawford Cup (M70)

Bitsy Grant Cup (M75)

Gardnar Mulloy Cup (M80)

Men’s 85 Cup (M85)

Draws for individual world championships

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