Women’s Doubles 25+ Gold Medal Match from the 2018 Minto US Open Pickleball Championships

There were so many great pickleball matches at the 2018 Minto US Open Pickleball Championships!  If you didn’t get a chance to watch the live streams on our Facebook page, while they were happening, you can now enjoy the impressive matchplay that took place on the Zing Zang Championship Court from multiple age levels.  

WOMEN’S DOUBLES 25+ GOLD MEDAL MATCH: This match went to three games as Christine McGrath and Sarah Ansboury competed against Lucy Kovalova and Irina Tereschenko for the coveted gold medal.  The first two games were tight, intense matches and the winner finally came out on top during the third game with speed and power. Watch this one to see what is needed to play competitive pickleball at this huge event!

To learn more about the Minto US Open Pickleball Championships, visit usopenpickleballchampionship.com.

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