What an amazing week we had at the 2021 Minto US Open Pickleball Championships powered by Margaritaville!

The excitement to be back after such a continuing tough year was amazing.  And we know so many of you weren’t able to come which is why we, teaming up with Chris and Terri, the founders of the tournament, wanted to make sure we brought you the best live streaming possible during the week.

We invested in bringing in the big truck all week long and are so glad you were able to catch some of the action.  We wish we could have cameras running on all the courts, all day long, and hopefully some day we can bring you that, but this year was historic in that the US Open Pickleball Championships was the first event to bring pickleball to live national television. 

And we are excited to see that CBS Sports Network has decided to re-broadcast the gold matches right away starting today, Friday, April 30th at 10am with the Men’s and Women’s PRO Doubles Gold match.  BUT even more exciting is the debut of the Mixed PRO Doubles gold match which hasn’t been aired yet at all.  So make sure you tune in for that at 7pm ET tonight, followed by the Men’s and Women’s Gold matches which will repeat into the evening.

It’s an exciting time in the world of pickleball and we are so glad you are with us for the growth.  But sometimes, what makes pickleball special, are the little moments of victory, when you have to fight for that one point.  Watch this moment that we want to highlight from Day 6 of the Men’s Doubles Bronze match with Kyle Yates and Matt Wright battling it out with Tyson McGuffin and Riley Newman.  After cramping severely in Game 2, Kyle comes back in Game 3 with this amazing point which we thought you would like. Remember to watch the Gold matches today on CBS Sports Network, but also remember pickleball was made for points like these which are available to ALL on our Facebook and YouTube pages right now.  Enjoy.

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  1. Where is the Non Pro stuff?

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