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$60,000 Purse at the TeamRoot.Com Super MAX Slam

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Players traveled from 6 different countries and under pandemic safety protocols to battle for record breaking prize money. The athletes put on a show starting in the qualifier round of 64 all the way through the finals. Prize money in 3 divisions was at stake: Pro singles, Pro Doubles, and Women's Open Singles. Our sincere gratitude goes to Randy Root of TeamRoot.Com, our sole sponsor and racquetball enthusiast, for his generous support.

3WallBall World Outdoor Championships

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LPRT

The 3WallBall World Outdoor Championships went off under some new guidelines for the year of Covid-19. Although the pandemic delayed some of racquetball's grandest indoor events, the Vegas 3WallBall Team, lead by Mike Coulter, managed to pull off a success.
Amazing matches were played on the annually constructed courts in the STRAT parking lot. We saw a mix of WOR legends and Hall of Famers playing with some indoor legends and first time 3WallBall players. We saw short wall, one wall, singles, doubles, paddle ball, and handball, all played in front of the iconic hotel.

Another Sweet Title for Longoria

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Todd Boss

World #1 Paola Longoria battles past #2 Maria Jose Vargas in Greenville, SC, 15-5, 15-6 in their sixth Finals pairing of the season. Longoria has now beaten Vargas 5 of 6 and now 4 in a row.

Longoria played comfortably this weekend with just 8 points scored against her as the high water mark in any game (by Montse Mejia) and 11 total points in a match (by Mejia in the Quarters and by Vargas in the Finals).

Vargas, on the other hand, had some close games early in the 16s and Quarters vs Sheryl Lotts and Valeria Centellas respectively before finishing them off in the 2nd game of the match. Then, Vargas needed a tie-breaker with #6 Rhonda Rajsich losing the 2nd game before taking the 3rd 11-1 to reach the Finals.

LPRT Kicks Off New Year Excitement in Florida

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LPRT Staff

Paola Longoria, the #1 player on the LPRT, capped off the Florida Pro/Am with another Singles title over Maria Jose Vargas. This was the fifth time the players have met in a Finals this season (out of six) with Paola coming out the victor now for the fourth time.

Maryland Christmas Classic is the Gift that Keeps on Giving

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Todd Boss

Always a memorable and festive event with tremendous fans and support.
Congratulations to our winners and finalists!
Singles winner Paola Longoria, finalist María Jose Vargas.
Doubles winners Paola Longoria and Samantha Salas, finalists María Jose Vargas and Natalia Mendez.

Chicago Concludes After a Weekend of Upsets

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Todd Boss

Another event in the books. Congratulations to Paola Longoria for winning singles, and Paola and Samantha Salas for winning doubles.

Penultimate US OPEN Presents Two Firsts

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LPRT Staff

Paola Longoria continues here reign by attaining her 100th career title at the biggest stage in all of racquetball! Her victory came after a textbook win over Maria Jose Vargas.

The Tour Hits Virginia Beach With An Upset

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LPRT Staff

Maria Jose Vargas wins the first ever LPRT by the Beach with an upset victory over world #1 Paola Longoria in singles.

Vargas delays Paola's 100th professional title until our next stop. Paola will get another shot for her 100th on racquetball's biggest stage, the US OPEN.

Longoria Wins Namesake Tour Stop

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Todd Boss

Congratulations to Paola Longoria for winning the singles title over Maria Jose Vargas and to Montse Mejia and Alexandra Herrera for winning the doubles title over Paola Longoria and Samantha Salas Solis at the 2019 Paola Longoria Experience #1 Grand Slam in San Luis Potosi Mexico.

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