History was made again this year. There is no tournament like the Minto US Open Pickleball Championships powered by Margaritaville. Be a part of some of the thrill, action, and celebration as you watch this video and see what makes it so special. After a very difficult year it was absolutely wonderful to be back and celebrating in beautiful Naples, FL with the pickleball community from literally around the world. Even with some changes for COVID safety the tournament was able to go on. The excitement from spectators, players, vendors and sponsors was fantastic. With around 2,200 players competing in 167 brackets equaling 4,564 matches and 7,045 total games played. Even with 13 hours lost in rain delays the tournament went on. There was a Record day on Thursday with 951 matches. Over the course of the tournament approximately 25,000 visitors came to East Naples Community Park. Watch now to see how truly special this event is.

Thanks to Terri Graham and Chris Evon for having the vision to start this event and continue to make it better and better. Thank you as well to everyone from volunteers and players to fans sponsors and Collier County, Naples & the Everglades for all they have done as a community to make this so special.

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

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  1. Wow, wow, wow,…fantastic video. You not only captured the intense play, you captured the joy and exuberance of what makes the US Open Pickleball Championships unique.

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