Battle Court 2022 II Standings Through 11/14/22

The Warriors put the hammer down in their bid for second place by beating the Chargers 6.5-1.0 on Monday evening. The Warriors won 10 of 13 sets in Monday’s match-ups.

The Chargers earned 1.00 point in the opening match with Spinner’s win over Bueno in straight sets (6-5, 6-4). While the Warriors took the last five matches.

For the Warriors; Inaki beat Douglas (6-3, 6-1), Nicolas/Bradley beat Jairo/Roque (6-3, 6-3), Julen earned a 3 set win over Benny (6-2, 2-6, 6-4), Inaki/Kubala beat Jairo/Spinner (6-4, 6-3) and Nicolas/Bradley took Flores/Douglas (6-5, 6-3) in the last match.

The only way the Renegades can win second place is if they earn a 7.50 point sweep over the Cyclones or by only losing one singles match to earn 6.50 points in which they would tie the Warriors in points; but would win the head to head tie-break. Tuesday’s matches should be exciting to say the least.

It is interesting to note that the Cyclones have a better set win percentage over the Renegades (57.4%) than the Warriors (52.8%), but have earned more game points over the Warriors (18.00) than the Renegades (14.50). See the tables below for more details.

Remaining schedule:

  • November 15: Renegades vs Cyclones
  • November 18: Battle Court Championship Finale (top two teams face-off)

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