World 3 WallBall Outdoor Championships (Posted Sept, 2014)

Men’s Big Ball Player’s Cup Singles

Two-time defending WPH/WOR 3 Wallball champion Juan Santos started slowly in his semifinal match with Cinderella Story Flash Tojin, trailing 8-10 after the first 18 points. Santos would start to execute his shots in the latter stages of game one and scored 22 of the matches’ final 24 points to earn his third consecutive 3 Wallball finals birth.

Ricky Ruiz faced Samzon Hernandez in the second men’s pro singles semifinal having never defeated “The Machine” in tournament play. Ruiz dominated play in game one and appeared to be in control of game two en route to a two-game sweep. Samzon would apply the pressure, ultimately evening the match at one game apiece.

Many expected “The Machine” to take over in the tiebreaker given his track record as one of the greatest pressure players in handball but it was Ruiz who would thoroughly dominate the action in game three. Racing to an 8-0 lead with a barrage of kill shots and pass shots, Ruiz stunned Hernandez and the thousands watching live and on ESPN3. “I was just in the zone,” Ruiz would later say. “My shots were just coming off perfectly and I felt great.”

Ruiz’s remarkable performance placed him in his second consecutive Player’s Cup final. Ruiz will face Santos at 10 am Pacific on ESPN & WatchESPN App  Read more from Saturday, HERE>

Sunday on ESPN Beginning at 10am Pacific:

10:00AM – Big Ball 3 Wall Men’s Singles Final (Cup Series) Samzon Hernandez vs Ricardo Ruiz

10:45AM – Big Ball 3 Wall Women’s Singles Final (Cup Series) Tanisha Groomes vs Tracy Davis

11:30AM – Big Ball 3 Wall Men’s Doubles Final – Ricardo Ruiz/Timbo Gonzalez vs Samzon Hernandez/Manny Sanchez

12:15PM – Big Ball 3 Wall Women’s Doubles Final – TBD

01:00PM – Big Ball 1 Wall Men’s Singles Final – Rookie Wright vs Gio Vazquez

01:45PM – Big Ball 1 Wall Women’s Singles Final – TBD

02:15PM – Big Ball 1 Wall Men’s Big Ball Doubles Final – TBD

03:00PM – Small Ball 1 Wall Men’s Singles Final – Jurell Bastidas vs Gio Vasquez

Track All Results, HERE>

Event Pictures Posted, HERE>

Watch All The Action On the Special WatchESPN App


All Race Stop Entry Forms Found on (Posted:  Aug, 2014)

WPH Race4Eight Professional Handball Tour Kicks off in October, once again, when the Simple Green US Open of Handball brings us 4 Wall, 3 Wall and 1 Wall Play.  But, did you know that the Pre-Race Warm-up Location is in Idaho?  The Jake Plummer Helluva Handball Bash and WPH Pre Race Stop begins October 3rd in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.  Details below.

This year, will be covering all Race Stops, beginning with the Simple Green US Open, LIVE on ESPN and the WatchESPN Apps.  Email us with questions and All Access Pass Member Benefit inquiries:

Pre-Race     Oct 3rd-5th, 2014 – Coeur d’Alene, ID – Plummer Family Helluva Handball Bash and WPH Pre Race Tune-Up [Non-Broadcast Event/Non Ranked] Entry HERE>

#1 Oct 23rd-26th, 2014 – Fountain Valley, CA – Simple Green US Open + Women’s Pro Stop – Entry Posted HERE>

#2 Nov 7th-9th, 2014 – Tucson, AZ – Junior WPH Benefit & City Championship + 40+ SR Pro Stop – Entry Posted HERE>

#3 Jan 23rd-25th, 2015 – Houston, TX – Houston St Doubles & 40+ SR Pro

#4 Feb 13th-15th, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – Olympic Club & Women’s Pro Stop – Entry Posted HERE>

#5 Mar 13th-15th, 2015 – New York, NY – NYAC Invitational & Women’s Pro & 40+ SR Pro Stop

#6 Apr 17th-19th, 2015 – Salt Lake City, UT – Aces Handball/WPH Player’s Championship Elite & Women’s Pro & 40+ SR Pro Stop 


WPH Race4Eight Is On!


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