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High Winds Didn't Slow Down the BNP Paribas Tri-Level Team Champions

The BNP Paribas Tri-Level Team Championship event took place Oct. 25-27th at Diamond Hills Sports Club and Spa in Oakley. Tri-Level consist of teams playing three lines in order of strength at the 4.5, 4.0 &3.5 level. Thirty-three teams came together this year for the annual event. 

 

"So many close matches made the weekend exciting for the players.  Not even Sunday's 40+ mile winds and potential evacuation from fire kept these players from doing their best for their team and each other. Big Congratulations to all,” said DeDee Winfield, USTA NorCal Adult Tennis Specialist.

 

The 2019 Champions include: Men's Tri-Level team from San Pablo Park captained by Jason Swor and women's team from Montgomery High School captained by Dan Matthis.

 

Winners have earned a bid to the BNP Paribas Tri-Level Invitational Championship in Indian Wells in March 2020.

 

Congratulations Everyone. We can’t wait to cheer you on next year!

 

Montgomery High School captained by Dan Matthis
San Pablo Park captained by Jason Swor