Doubles Finals Are Complete! Singles Finals on Saturday

It’s the last day of the 2023 National Championships, but there are still a ton of matches to be played. Friday was a busy day, with all the doubles winners being decided.

Frédérique Lambert and Michèle Morissette won their second Women’s Open Doubles Championship title together after finishing on top in round robin play. Kurtis Cullen and Coby Iwaasa are the new Canadian Men’s Doubles Champions after a win against Samuel Murray and Tommy Murray who have won three consecutive titles together.

Saturday is going to be an exciting day as we determine winners in the singles divisions and wrap up the tournament with the National Championships Banquet.

We hope you join our livestream, beginning at 10:45 with the Boy’s 21U Singles final between Nathan Jauvin and Naman Gauri.

2023 National Championships: Gold Medal Doubles Results

Junior Doubles: Matthew Hudson (Burlington) & Kyrylo Tkach (Burlington)

Women’s Open Doubles: Frédérique Lambert (Montréal) & Michèle Morissette (Baie-Comeau)

Women’s B Doubles: Sue MacLeod (Dartmouth) & Val Senger (Vancouver)

Men’s Open Doubles: Kurtis Cullen (Brandon) & Coby Iwaasa (Lethbridge)

Men’s 45+ Doubles: Michael McPhee (Leduc) and Randy Pentland (Calgary)

Men’s 65+ Doubles: Marty Hansen (Regina) & Graham Tamaki (Regina)

Elite Doubles: Allen Bauman (St. Albert) & Jordan Miller (Edmonton)

A Doubles: Matt Kushnir (Winnipeg) & Sean Stockwell (Winnipeg)

B Doubles: Steve Hendry (Victoria) & Bob Wolf (Vernon)

C Doubles: Bernie Grumpelt (Wetaskawin) & Corey McEwen (Sherwood Park)

Open/Elite Mixed Doubles: Disney Linares (Toronto) & Kyle Wiseman (Burlington)

A/B Mixed Doubles: Cher Allen (Winnipeg) & Doug Donald (Winnipeg)