Las Vegas may be best known for sparkling lights and games of chance.  However, it’s quickly gaining a reputation as a premiere pickleball destination.  You don’t have to look any further than the Las Vegas Pickleball open, played on the roof of The Plaza Hotel and Casino. Watch this action packed match from the first annual Las Vegas Pickleball Open. Kyle Yates and Ben Johns go toe to toe against Tyler Loong and Callan Dawson in this top tier pro match-up. Previously live-streamed during the tournament and with insightful commentary from Dave Benz, Melissa McCurley and Mark Renneson, this match brings the excitement of the Las Vegas Pickleball Open directly to you.  Special thanks to Plaza Hotel & Casino for sponsoring this great tournament! Visit their site for more information about this historic venue.

Want more?  Check out this video of the Pro Men’s Doubles Seniors Semi-Final Match from the 2018 Las Vegas Pickleball Open.

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Didn’t get enough of these two teams dueling it out, check out the gold medal match from the Las Vegas Pickleball Open. Callan Dawson and Tyler Loong take on Kyle Yates and Ben Johns in this gold medal match that goes to three games. See what the best of the best in pickleball do when they are in Vegas.

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  1. RUSTY:

    I am an avid pickle ball player and long time Pickle Ball Channel subscriber. Every time I watch a pickle ball tournament video, I am struck by how few spectators are watching the event. In other words, there are almost always numerous empty seats on very noticeable display during tournament action.

    What must non-pickle ball folks inevitably think when viewing all the empty seats? In my judgment, I think the continued growth of the sport would be well served if a concerted effort could be made to ensure that most spectator seats are filled when PB Tournaments are being filmed.

    • We totally agree Jim! Unfortunately, Pickleball Channel has no control over the seats. The tournament directors are responsible for their tournament and seats being filled. But maybe we can encourage tournament directors to understand what is happening when we are shooting. A lot of players agree with you!

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