Sunday was as sunny and beautiful as Saturday was dreary and drizzly. There were lots of good matches too.
The matches began at 10am…just moments after the epic Djokovic/Wawrinka marathon five setter ended. The women waiting to play were riveted by the match, it was amazing.
So on to the tennis. Here are the winners and finalists:
30 Singles: (2) Evgenia Dockter d. (1) Katerina Stanford
40 Singles (RR): 1st: Angela Simon; 2nd: Trish Riddell
50 Singles: Carolyn Nichols d. Mariana Hollman
60 Singles: Wendy McColsky d. Peggy Machoian
70 Singles: Charleen Hillebrand d. Susanne Clark
80 Singles: Rosie Asch d. Mary Ann Plante
30 Doubles: Dockter/Simon d. Gordon/Stanford
40 Doubles: RR 1st: Riddell/Nichols; 2nd: Daniela Eisswein/Tonya Gustaffson
50 Doubles: Jarilyn Joseph/Hollman d. Susie Brown/Marianne Caplan
60 Doubles: McColsky/Cindy Babb d. Hillebrand/Trish Faulkner
70 Doubles: Jane Pang/Sheila Weinstock d. Clark/Grace Wood
80 Doubles: RR: 1st: Jane Lutz/Diane Hoffman; 2nd: Rosie Asch/Rita Price
Babb/McColskey had really tough road to hoe: they beat the #1, 2 and 3 seeds en route to the title. They are a good combination with Wendy setting with her lethal forehand and Cindy attacking at the net.
Hollman and Joseph were a wall at the net.
Jane Lutz and Diane Hoffman are both in the 85s but are still won the 80 doubles.