Two of the biggest stories of the AVP Hermosa Beach Open were the last minute pairings of two of the event’s contenders due to injury with each garnering mixed results.
AVP Hermosa Beach July 26-29, 2018 Entry List Qualifier Bracket Schedule/Results Preview Top seeded John Hyden/Theo Brunner picked up two…
Taylor Crabb/Jake Gibb will be looking to secure their second straight Hermosa Beach title and second AVP crown of the year. Ed Ratledge/Roberto Rodriguez, Sara Hughes/Summer Ross and Alix Klineman/April Ross also are aiming for their second AVP titles of 2018.
AVP Hermosa Beach July 26-29, 2018 Entry List Qualifier Bracket Schedule/Results Preview After Day 1 of the main draw at…
Three-time Olympic gold medalist will be looking for a new partner to make her push to the 2020 Tokyo Games with after splitting with Nicole Branaugh this week.
AVP Tour mainstay Phil Dalhausser will be utilizing an alternate partner this weekend in Hermosa Beach, his coach Jason Lochhead. Lochhead has coached Dalhausser and partner Nick Lucena since March 2017.
Before the main draw action begins, No. 11 seed Jeremy Casebeer announced he will be competing with a new partner due to a “minor injury not worth aggravating” to Reid Priddy, none other than 2000 Olympic beach gold medalist Eric Fonoimoana.
The AVP is set for its fifth stop of the season, taking Hermosa Beach, California, from July 26-29. The AVP Tour’s history in Hermosa Beach runs deep, dating to the league’s inaugural season in 1984.
After 18 years in the pro ranks, Ed Ratledge earned his first AVP title at the San Francisco Open alongside partner Roberto Rodriguez. On the women’s side, the tournament’s No. 1 seed Emily Day/Betsi Flint played won their second straight AVP title.
The last four teams in the men’s winner’s bracket heading into Saturday were the last four teams standing at the end of the day. On the women’s side, an injury and three contender’s bracket wins put No. 1 Emily Day/Betsi Flint back in the field.