RESULTS – OCTOBER 2, 2016

Darian King, 24, of Barbados defeated American Michael Mmoh, 18, to win the Tiburon Challenger singles on Sun., Oct. 2, and earn his third title of 2016. “I’m from a small island where this never really happens. I hope to be back next year,” said King.

An Australian flag hanging courtside was a good omen for Matt Reid, 26, and John-Patrick Smith, 27, the pair of Aussies who won the doubles championship “It’s one of the most incredible tournaments to play in. It’s a pleasure to be here,” said Smith.

At the conclusion of competition, the Tiburon Challenger presented a check for $5,000 to the Foundation for Reed Schools, $5,000 to the USTA Norcal Foundation to support programs for children in underserved areas and $2,500 to the Rotary Club of Tiburon-Belvedere for its education programs.

Men’s Singles – Finals
Darian King (BAR) d [Q] Michael Mmoh (USA) 76(2) 62

Men’s Doubles – Finals
[3] Matt Reid (AUS)/John-Patrick Smith (AUS) d Quentin Halys (FRA)/Dennis Novikov (USA) 61 62


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