Fast format wins over local players

by admin on July 13th, 2018

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Mudgee District Tennis Club teams took on players from Bathurst and Dubbo in the new Fast4 format, in the Regional Tennis League at the Mudgee courts on Sunday.
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Fast4 is a quicker and shorter game than traditional tennis: The first player to win four games wins the set, with a tie breaker at three-all.

Mudgee District Tennis Club vice-president Angus Macdonald said Fast4is entertaining for spectators, as well as players who might not have time fora longermatch.

“Possibly, part of the attraction is to get people our on court who might feel threatened by the long form of the game,’ he said.

Fast format wins over local players Angus Macdonald and Trine Gay of Mudgee in the mixed doubles competition.

Joel Scalzi of Dubbo competes in the men’s singles.

Pete Robinson competes in the men’s singles.

Tim Grace competes for the Mudgee team.

Christian Dowling of Bathurst in action.

Carolyn Smith of Mudgee gets ready to return a serve.

Rachel Kearins of Mudgee runs for the ball.

Anna Macdonald in action for Mudgee.

Tayla Brasier of Bathurst keeps her eye on the ball.

Kaila Ashford of Dubbo in the women’s singles.

Trine Gay returns the ball.

Tim Grace sends down a serve.

Andrew Milton of Bathurst.

Lyndall Murray of Bathurst.

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