MatchPlay 120: Week 5 update
Welcome to Week 5 of the Topnotch Tennis Tours MatchPlay 120, a series of 120 top-300 ATP and WTA matches. See the schedule and find your stream here!
Active locations: Boca Raton, FL; Columbus, OH; Newport Beach, CA (Palisades Tennis Club); and Orlando, FL.
Players who have qualified by playing five or more matches are listed in bold.
- Patrick Kypson (WC)
- J.J. Wolf
- Bjorn Fratangelo
- Mackenzie McDonald
- Marcos Giron
- Katrina Scott (WC)
- Alexa Glatch
- Madison Brengle
- Caroline Dolehide
- Jennifer Brady
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On court this week:
View the schedule and click through to the live streams here. You might recognize names like Reilly Opelka, CoCo Vandeweghe, and Tennys Sandgren.
What to look forward to:
Each meeting between world No. 55 Tennys Sandgren and Cleveland Open Challenger Tour title-winner Mikael Torpegaard has been a battle, and nothing suggests Wednesday’s match will be any different. From Columbus at 12 PM EDT.
Three out of four of Thursday’s singles players are inside the Top 100. First up: No. 39 and Delray Beach ATP Tour title-winner Reilly Opelka opening his MatchPlay 120 account in Boca against JC Aragone. Thursday also features a doubles match.
We wrap up the week with a night-session forward line-up, kicked off by Grace Min and Jamie Loeb at 4 PM from Orlando. At 6 PM EDT, we head to Newport Beach to watch rising WTA star Claire Liu take on Coco Vandeweghe, before No. 102 Marcos Giron takes on young stud Zachary Svajda in what has proven to be a very competitive match-up so far in the series.
- 25 years old
Jamie began hitting tennis balls at age five with her mother, a tennis instructor, and her first coach. By the age of 11 she was competing in national tournaments. She trained at the John McEnroe Tennis Academy, where on occasion she hit with the legend.
Jamie attended the University of North Carolina where she was the first singles national champion in UNC women's tennis history. After she won the national championship, the Village and Town of Ossining, where she grew up, declared August 3 to be Jamie Loeb Day. After completing her sophomore year, she decided to join the WTA tour.
Loeb is currently ranked WTA 278, down from a career high of 132 in 2018. Her best result at a major has been the first round of the US Open in 2015.
She has played 9 matches in our series thus far and is third on our women's leaderboard amongst qualified players.
Loeb is competing from Orlando, FL.
- 26 years old
Marcos started hitting tennis balls at age six in a local park with him mom. His idols growing up included Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer. At UCLA he captured 2014 NCAA singles title before turning pro.
2019 marked many first's for Marcos. He began the season by earning his first ATP Challenger Tour title in his first final at Orlando. Highlights that year also include a third round run at Indian Wells, as well as qualifying at both Wimbledon and US Open. At Wimbledon, he went down in the first round to Feliciano Lopez.
Marcos is currently ranked a career-high ATP No. 102 and has been a strong force in our Matchplay 120 series with wins over Steve Johnson (ATP 63) and Ernesto Escobedo (ATP 181), among others. He currently sits in fourth position on our men's leaderboard, out of all qualified players.
Giron is playing in Newport Beach, CA at Palisades Tennis Club.
Check out our schedule and tune in to watch some great live tennis today!