ADULT TOURNAMENTS 2024
Age 18 and over

 ONE DAY TOURNAMENTS

As of 2/17/24 there are still opening in all divisions. 

EASTER BOWL AT CHESTERFIELD ATHLETIC CLUB (CAC)
Saturday March 30, 5 – 8 pm
Mixed 6.0
Men’s 7.0 Doubles
Women’s 7.0 Doubles

Saturday March 30, 8 – 11 pm
Mixed 7.0
Mixed 8.0
Mixed 9.0

Sunday March 31, Noon – 2:30 pm
Women’s 3.5 Singles
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Men’s 4.0 Singles

Directional draws with at least three matches guaranteed. Play is continuous for 2.5 – 3 hours. Each round is one regular scoring set with a tiebreaker (first to 7)  at 5 all in singles and 6 all in doubles. RacketMan gift certificates go to all finalists. A USTA rating published on Tennislink is needed to play this event. You can self rate if you do not have one at no charge. These tournament results do not count toward your USTA rating. Minimum age is 18.

Entry by email to: patpurcell@purcelltennis.com with your name, partner’s name, phone numbers, and event you wish to play.

Payment is $50/doubles team ($25/player) and $40/singles player payable by cash or check (no charges) the day of the tournament.

 

Labor Day Open 9.1.23 – 9.3.23
Mixed 6.0 Doubles
Winners – Cissy Hardebeck – Matt Essman
Finalists – Reshaunda Thornton – Nick D’Amato
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners – Kim Hammond – Ryan Papproth
Finalists – Junko Oba – Kevin Bauer
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Winners – Sarah Wedick – Tim Nolan
Finalists – Mindy Meinert – Nathan Meinert
Mixed 9.0 Doubles
Winners – Christina Pupillo – Jerry Stanley
Finalists – Mikaela Griechen – Hung Nguyen
Men’s 3.0 Singles
Winner – Jeremy Heard
Finalist – Brent Jones
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner – Malik Hagens
Finalist – Ryan Cochran
Women’s 3.0 Singles
Winner – Denise Walkenhorst
Finalist – Mary Miksell
Women’s 3.5 Singles
Winners – Adele Ayres
Finalists – Stacey Zoller
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner – Soophia Naydenov
Finalist – Kate Lam
Women’s 3.5 Doubles
Winner – Adele Ayres – Katie White
Finalist – Jenine Harris – Lisa Orf
Memorial Day Open 5.26.23 – 5.28.23
Mixed 6.0 Doubles
Winners – Michelle Parmentier – Jason Parmentier
Finalists – Andrea Layton – Azher Sameer
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners – Kelly Winkler – Malik Hagens
Finalists – Kristen Haeberlein – Amarnath Jambunathan
Mixed 6.0 Doubles
Winners – Michelle Parmentier – Jason Parmentier
Finalists – Andrea Layton – Azher Sameer
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners – Kelly Winkler – Malik Hagens
Finalists – Kristen Haeberlein – Amarnath Jambunathan
Women’s 6.0 Doubles
Winners – Michelle Parmentier – Katie White
Finalists – Paula Bauer – Patti Rensch
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Winners – Rachel Doveikis – Sam Doveikis
Finalists – Florence Streeter – Shaun Streeter
Mixed 9.0 Doubles
Winners – Severine Huchet – Guillaume Huchet
Finalists – Dana Metzger – Paul Reiss
Easter Bowl 4.8.23 – 4.9.23
Mixed 6.0 Doubles
Winners- Briana Bostick-Tom Bostick
Finalists – Lisa Randoll- Nick D’Amato
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners- Kim Hammond-Ryan Papproth
Finalists-
Katie White- David Kraft
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Three Way Tie
Winners- Egle Gherardini – Nikhil Bhardwaj
Finalists- Kelsey Welton-Charles Welton
Third PlaceMichelle Hoxsey – Wes Law
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner- Matt Suddarth
Finalist- Scott Harris
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner – Jane Herder
Finalist – Kate Lam
Easter Bowl 4.16.22 – 4.17.22 
Women’s 3.0 Singles
Winner: Michelle Wicks
Finalist: Judy Staroscik
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Kate Lam
Finalist: Laurie Burke
Women’s 4.5 Singles
Winner: Dana Metzger
Finalist: 
Erica Sipes
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners: Robbie Barron-Krishna Mohan
Finalists:
Florence Streeter-Asim Hasanovic
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Winner: Katie Lamack – Michael Lesko
Finalist: Sarah Wedick – Tim Nolan
Men’s 3.0 Singles
Winner: Amarnath Jambunathan
Finalist:
Asim Hasanovic
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Krishna Mohan
Finalist:
Puviarasu Jagannathan
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Chris Temple
Finalist:
Mike Nurmela
Men’s 4.5 Singles
Winner: Michael Carney
Finalist: 
Ryan White
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Brooke Cusumano – Ellie Straub
Finalists: Ronda Lesire – Kate Walkenhorst
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Tina Coleman – Kathy Leijon
Finalists: Jenine Harris – Florence Streeter
11.29.19 – 12.1.19
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Ann Finnegan – Sam Politte
Finalists: Melissa Butler – Kristina Reilly
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Jane Herder – Shepard Simpson
Finalist: Jessica Davies – Tracy Todd
Women’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Soophia Naydenov
Finalist:
Haina Shin
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Michael Carney
Finalist:
Sijia Liu
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Mike Nurmela
Finalist:
Ben Meyer
Men’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Jacob Boling – Trevor Neale
Finalists:
Mike Brennan – Tom Tokarczyk
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Sharon Taysi
Finalist:
Avery McCall
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners:
Finalists: 
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Winners: Rachel Doveikis – Sam Doveikis
Finalists:
Karen Ebert-Meyer – Sam Shouldis
8.30.19 – 9.2.30
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Lynne Borgerson – Maureen Roden-Hurley
Finalists: Missy Davis – Kelli McKie
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Jessica Davies – Allison Johnson
Finalist: Mary Pat Geldmeier – Jeannine Seitz
Men’s 3.0 Singles
Winner: Phil Brandt
Finalist:
Kris Lakin
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Phil Hale
Finalist:
Josh Ledbetter
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winners: Ryan White
Finalists:
Ben Meyer
Men’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Jacob Boling – Trevor Neale
Finalists:
Phil Hale- Rob Huntze
Mixed 6.0 Doubles
Winner: Kerry Jones – Brad Reel
Finalist:
Mary Ann Boschert – Kirk Boschert
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners: Wan-In Koo – Eric Elverhoy
Finalists:
Karen Ebert-Meyer – Harold Nottingham
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Winners: Rachel Doveikis – Sam Doveikis
Finalists:
Judy Sindecuse – Scott Sindecuse
12.28.18 – 1.1.19
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Lisa Jett – Lisa LaRose
Finalists: Tacy Dossett – Teresa Durbala
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Kate Graft – Kelly Yates
Finalist: Shelley Fridley – Shepard Simpson
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Dan Roddy
Finalist:
Ben Meyer
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Jacob Boling
Finalist:
Tim Reinwald
Men’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Chad Becker – Larman Williams
Finalists:
Jerry Egger – Bob Ferguson
Men’s 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Tim May – Steve Williams
Finalists:
Dennis Myer – Mark Schuering
Women’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Tomoko Duff
Finalist: Tiffany Johnson
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Nuran Ercal
Finalist:
Colleen Corbett
Mixed 7.0 Doubles
Winners: Anne Ross- Mike Lawlor
Finalists:
Tina McWard – Patrick McWard
Mixed 8.0 Doubles
Winners: Judy Sindecuse – Scott Sindecuse
Finalists:
Rachel Doveikis – Sam Doveikis
11.23.18 – 11.25.18
Mixed 8.0
Winners: Sarah Wedick – Steve Hawkins
Finalists: Vikki Moran – Brian Malcolm
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Jay Perez
Finalist: David Kraft
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Tim Reinwald
Finalist:
Trevor Neale
Women’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Tracy Todd
Finalist: 
Sue Riemann
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Jenine Harris – Ellen Mrazek
Finalists:
Lisa Jett – Lisa LaRose
Men’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Sam Doveikis – Randy Meyr
Finalists:
Kyle Davis – Andy Koenig
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Mojca Gasperlin – Sarah Wedick
Finalists: Christina Pupillo – Judy Sindecuse
Men’s 4.0 – 4.5 Doubles
Winners: Bob Batdorf – Blake Schneider
Finalists:
Brian Kirk – Mark Zolman
8.31.18 – 9.2.18
Mixed 6.0
Winners: Kelli McKie – Bryan Quigley
Finalists:
Julie Miller – Jeff Traigle
Mixed 7.0
Winners: Ellen Mrazek – Randy Ring
Finalist: Pam Henze – Mike Kelley
Mixed 8.0
Winners: Jane Herder – James Kim
Finalists:
Ali Regan – Jimmy Hendricks
Women’s 3.0 Singles
Winner: Julie Miller
Finalist: 
Denise Hoxsey
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Rachel Doveikis
Finalist:
Florence Streeter
Women’s 4.5 Singles
Winner: Alice Wolfe
Finalist: 
Cynthia Behr
Men’s 3.5 Singles
Winner: Sam Doveikis
Finalist: Mike Kelley
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Bill Dannevik
Finalist: Jimmy Hendricks
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5  Doubles
Winner: Lynne Borgerson – Maureen Roden Hurley
Finalist:
Tracy Todd
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Jane Herder – Shepard Simpson
Finalists:
Bridget Gislimberti – Linda Lord
Men’s 4.0 – 4.5  Doubles
Winners: Phil Kammann – Ben Kirchoff
Finalists: Dan Roddy – Jon Deuchler
4.2.18-4.5.18
Paul Tobin Cup Men’s 65 Singles
Winner: Terry McNabb
Finalist:
Doug Chandler
Paul Tobin Cup Men’s 65 Doubles
Winners: Harry Barnes – Bob Martin
Finalists:
Jim Boone – John Kinsella
2.5.18 – 2.7.18
Kim Steinmetz Cup Women’s 60 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Ann Eveker – Susie Kinsella
Finalist:
Marilyn Lange – Janet Meyer
Terry Ward Cup Men’s 60 4.0 Doubles
Winners: Bob Faust – Jerry Sachar
Finalists:
Brock Jones – Norm Kaden
2017
12.29.17 – 12.31.17
Women’s 3.0 Singles
Winner: Steph Charitonenko
Finalist:
Kriss Hill
Women’s 3.5  Singles
Winner: Vicki Elwood
Finalist:
Tracy Todd
Women’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: Sharon Taysi
Finalist:
Laurie Burke
Men’s 4.0 Singles
Winner: James Rhodes
Finalist: Luis Batista
Men’s 4.5 Singles
Winner: Dragos Enea
Finalist:
Arjun Raman
Women’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Beth Causey – Mary Vassar
Finalists:
Kathy AubuchonMaria Blades
Men’s 3.0 – 3.5 Doubles
Winners: Dave Fox – Sung Kim
Finalists:
Pratap Chand – Sam Rajan
Women’s 3.5 – 4.0 Doubles

ST. LOUIS CUP SERIES
The St. Louis Cup Series is an new series of tournaments offered by age division and level to provide more tournament competitive play, especially singles. Each level is named in honor of an accomplished St. Louis player. The player that finishes #1 in the rankings at the end of the year will be the Cup winner. All players must be USTA members as these tournaments are sanctioned and the computation of the rankings will be done by the USTA.

Cup Players Bios
Carol Hanks Aucamp
Carol is a graduate of Washington University where she played on the Men’s Tennis Team. She was ranked #9 in the world in 1964 and was ranked in the US top 10 for five years in the sixties. She reached the US Open singles semis at Forest Hills in 1964. Won 9 US Titles. Played Wimbledon four times. Won the National Clay Court Doubles with Justina Bricka over Billie Jean King/ Karen Hantze Susman. After her playing career, Carol was very generous with her time always willing to it with the up and coming  junior players. Carol was inducted into the St. Louis Hall of Fame in 1990.
Justina Bricka
Bricka is a 1965 graduate of Washington University. She had an outstanding tennis record, winning numerous girls’ singles and doubles titles in the USTA Missouri Valley. Her style of play, which included extraordinary touch and thoughtfulness that outweighs most opponent’s strokes, helped her to go on to further glory. She won four U.S. Junior titles. In 1961, Bricka and another USTA Missouri Valley Hall of Fame member, Carol Hanks Aucamp, won U.S. Women’s Clay Court Doubles championship. In 1962, she won the Swiss Doubles titles with Margaret Court Smith. This same team reached the finals of the French and Italian Championships. Bricka and another St. Louis native and Hall of Fame member Mary Ann Eisel Beattie won the Irish Doubles Championship. In 1964, Bricka played in 15 tournaments, winning 35 matches, losing only 13 and won two singles titles. After competing, she was the manager and teaching pro at Frontenc Racquet Club. Justina was inducted into the St. Louis Hall of Fame in 1990.

Kim Steinmetz
Kim’s junior career culminated with a Missouri Valley ranking of No. 1 in singles and doubles in both the 16s and 18s division and a national ranking of No. 15 in the Girls 18s. During her collegiate career, Kim was a two-time All-American and Trinity’s 1980 Woman Athlete of the Year. After graduation, Kim joined the professional tennis circuit and initially reached a world ranking of No. 188. Within three years, she rose into the Top 100 and competed against such greats as Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert, Pam Shriver and Billie Jean King. She owns doubles victories against Steffi Graf, Jo Durie, Betty Stove and Hana Mandlikova. Her biggest win came in singles at the 1988 US Open, when she defeated the eighth-ranked player in the world, Natasha Zvereva. Kim’s professional tennis career lasted 10 years and included 26 Grand Slam tournament appearances. She retired in 1990 and immediately began her second passion, teaching others about the game she loved. Kim was a member of the 1994 St. Louis Aces and in 2000, she was inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame in 2000.   Kim, still doing what she loves, is currently the tennis director at the Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis.

Pat Purcell
From her start in the public parks, Pat became a nationally ranked junior player and the number 1  St. Louis player in the 1980’s. She was a four year letterman at Washington University, two years on the men’s team and two year’s on the women’s team. After graduation, she moved into the tennis business, was a club owner, a USPTA pro, and built one of the largest recreational World Team Tennis programs in the country. She returned to competitive tennis after a 20 year break and won has won seven national titles (Gold Balls) in her age divisions. A definite highlight was being a member of the Women’s 55 team that won the World Championship Maureen Connolly Cup in 2013 and of the Women’s 60 team that won the Alice Marble Cup in 2017 and also took the Silver in 2018. She currently runs leagues in the St. Louis area and is a teaching pro at Chesterfield Athletic Club. Pat was inducted into the St. Louis Hall of Fame in 2016 and the Washington University Sports Hall of Fame in 2018, and will be inducted into the Missouri Valley Hall of Fame in December 2018.

Maria Rothschild Steinbach
Maria had a stellar junior career: Finalist in French Junior International Championships and quarterfinalist in Junior Wimbledon in 1978, Member of the Junior Wightman Cup Team in 1977 and 1978, Member of Bonne Bell Cup Team of 1978, competing in Australia. She finished 5th nationally and 8th internationally in 18s in 1978. At BYU, she was AIAW All-American in 1979  and all-conference in singles and doubles in 1979. She also was Seventeen’s Most Promising Player of the Year and the 21-and-under National Championship in 1978. Maria currently teached at Frontenac Racquet Club and Old Warson Country Club. Maria was inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame in 2000.

Don Dippold
Don was a state HS singles finalist in his sophomore year (1946). He played and won many junior municipal, district, and section singles, doubles, and mixed doubles tournaments. Don won the first Father/Son Championship (1956) with his father, Ollie, then later with his son, Bob. He was a teaching pro for 28 years at Westwood Country Club. As an adult, he was a winner or finalist in the Men’s municipal and district doubles and mixed doubles tournaments. Don won the National 65’s Indoor on his first try. He won the 70’s Grass Court singles and doubles in his first time playing on grass. He has played on three USA World Championship Cup teams, won the International Tennis Federation (ITF) World 70’s doubles and was a finalist in World 60’s doubles. His national rankings include #16 in junior doubles, #2 in 70’s singles and doubles, and #4 in 65’s singles. His world rankings include #1 in 70’s doubles and #4 in 65’s singles. Don was inducted into the St. Louis Hall of Fame in 2006.
Tom Fluri
Tom and brother Gene won the Missouri state doubles championship for McCluer High School and helped McCluer win the overall state title in 1968. Tom had a big college playing career, as a Big 8 doubles champion, and was ranked #1 in St. Louis singles and doubles and at Mizzou. He also did some damage as a local pro, consistently winning and making the finals of local tournaments and with his brother Gene dominating the local doubles scene through the 70s and into the early 1980s. In 1976 Tom won a fast-serve contest in St. Louis to qualify for the nationals at Forest Hills. He lost to Colin Dibley in New York. Won the McDonald’s Money Tournament singles title, beating Dino Martin in the quarters, Jorge Ramirez in semifinals and Jack Gorsuch in final and with Gene, won the doubles, beating Jack Gorsuch and Rick Flach in the final. He is currently the manage of Forest Lake Tennis Club.  Tom was inducted into the St. Louis Hall of Fame in 2013.

Ralph Hart
Ralph was one of the top ranked juniors in the Missouri Valley and the High School State champion for Missouri in 1969. Ralph was often ranked #1 in St. Louis in the 70’s and 80’s. In 1970 he won the SEC Singles Title playing for the University of Florida. Then he transferred to Presbyterian College where he was a two time NAIA All American. For the past 34 years he has worked as a defense attorney but he still competes in national senior tournaments. Now deceased.

Dick Johnson
Dick has a long history in national and international senior tournaments and has won 44 national titles (Gold Balls), 14 in singles and 30 in doubles. Dick has played on 17  international cup teams representing the US and in the his most recent, teamed with Brian Cheney to win the deciding match of the Britannia Cup (65’s).  His most memorable win was beating former Wimbledon Champion Alex Olmedo at the Hard Courts in the 35’s. Dick is in the USTA Missouri Valley tennis Hall of Fame and the Kalamazoo College Hall of Fame. He retired in 2014 from Director of Tennis from St. Louis Country Club after 30 years of service.  In 2015, Dick was the #1 ranked player in the world in the 70’s.  Dick was inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame in 1995. Now deceased.

Paul Tobin
As a junior, Paul was a highly ranked player in the Missouri Valley. While at Mesa Junior College he won the National Junior College Championship in 1969. Moving on to West Texas State, he won the Missouri Valley Conference #1 Singles title.  In 1970, Paul teamed with Larry Parker to win the National Public Parks. In St. Louis, his serve and volley game kept him in the top three of the rankings in the late 70’s, early 80’s. When Chesterfield Athletic Club opened in 1974 as Castle Oak, Paul was named the Tennis Director. For more than 40 years, he has shared his expertise and rare dry wit with thousands of player. And if there were ever a candidate for Bionic Pro, it would be Paul as he barely slowed down through hip and knee replacement, and shoulder surgery. His doggedness is inspirational as he brings excellence every hour of every day, year in and year out, truly a master pro.
Terry Ward
At Frontenac since 1982 – as a teaching pro, tennis director and manager – Terry’s also been director of tennis at Old Warson Country Club since 1986. He played his college tennis at the University of San Diego, which is also when he played several pro events. In those, he was a finalist in singles and won four doubles titles. His best-ever world rankings were in the 300s.In the 1980s, Terry won multiple city championships and was the city’s top-ranked player. Terry was inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame in 2016.

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