America the Beautiful, you're in for a show.
This week's PNIA features some recent medalists from this weeks APP Cincinnati event. Fresh off her silver medal in mixed, Andrea Koop will be teaming up with Lina Padegimaite, Chuck Taylor and Austin Gridley for Team Red. Rising star Lina Padegimaite fought her way to a podium twice this week with a silver medal in women's doubles and a bronze in mixed doubles alongside Team Blue's Stefan Auvergne. Auvergne is joined by veteran pros Adam Stone, Vivienne David and Corrine Carr. Think you'll see Stone and Carr on the same court? Think again.
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Team Blue (22.964) vs Team Red (22. 967)
Women's Doubles, Men's Doubles, then two Mixed Doubles
Games to 21 - win by 2, Modified Rally Scoring until one team reaches game point (20)
Each game is worth 1 point
If the points are tied 2-2 after all four games, a singles Dreambreaker will ensue
One team first discloses its 4-person singles rotation order, and then the opposing team with that knowledge counter-designates its singles rotation order. Each player then rotates in for 4 singles points, until the tiebreaker has a winner. Modified Rally scoring, in a game to 15, win by 2.
$1000 appearance fee per player
+$250 per player for each game won
+$500 per player for winning team
Team Blue (22.964)
Adam Stone, 6.114. USA
Stefan Auvergne, 5.956, USA/France
Vivienne David, 5.616, Canada
Corrine Carr, 5.278, USA
Team Red (22. 967)
Chuck Taylor, 6.090, USA
Austin Gridley, 6.015, USA
Andrea Koop, 5.661, USA
Lina Padegimaite, 5.201, Lithuania
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