Beautyman Cup 2023 - Players

World Team:

Men's 65 Team

Joakim Berner: Joakim Berner played Davis Cup & Kings Cup for Finland 1976-1990. In Seniors best Singles ranking NR 3 and Doubles NR 1. Won 1 WC gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze. Several European Champion gold medals. One American Champion gold medal. Organized World Championships in Helsinki 2016 and Hanko ITF 700 for 13 years.

Men's 70 Team


Men's 75 Team

John Tibbets: Canadian National Champion in the 70's and 75 singles, and 75 doubles. ITF world ranking of #9 in the 70's. Captain of the McGill University varsity tennis and ice hockey teams in the 1960s. Bronze medalist in cross country ski marathon in the Quebec mountains, covering 60 miles over a defined 2 day period.

Team USA:

Men's 65 Team

Men's 70 Team

Danny Carlson: Danny Carlson is currently ranked top 8 in the ITF world ranking in singles, mens doubles and mixed doubles. He’s ranked #1 and #2 in the USTA men’s 70’s doubles and singles respectfully. He’s the current ITF 70’s Mixed Doubles World Champion and USTA’s National Hard Courts Men’s 70’s Doubles Champion. In 2021 he finished the year ranked #1 in the men’s 65 team doubles and #2 in the USTA men’s 65 individual doubles. Recently, Danny has accumulated several ITF metals and USTA gold balls.

Men's 75 Team

Michael Beautyman:Michael Beautyman is the #1 ranked tennis player in his age group in the World and in the USA in singles and doubles. He has won two World team championships and been runner-up in a third. He has won 11 national titles in tennis and been ranked in the top ten in the USA in four sports (two as a member of a team).

Michael Dahm: Michael Dahm has played as the number one singles at University of Dayton. His highest senior national ranking was #2. He also has a senior worlds doubles title from 2014.

Jamie Pressly

Jamie Pressly: Represented the USA in the Dubler Cup, Potter Cup, Gordon Trophy, Coffee Cup, and Jr. Davis Cup; Ranked #2 in USA in Men's 45+ and #27 in USA in Men's Open categories; Runner-up in Orange Bowl 18's and 16's; Southern Champion (3 times); University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame and Doug Belden Award winner (outstanding senior athlete at the University of Florida).

Men's 80 Team

Fred Drilling: Currently and should last throughout the year #1 singles ITF 80’s, currently #2 doubles but should move up to a tie for #1 by years end, #2 mixed doubles, singles and doubles winner National Hardcourts and National Claycourts. Loser 6-3, and 7-5 after being up 5-2 second set, Arthur Ashe 1964 UCLA v Arizona.

Jim Parker: Jim is the winner of 162 gold balls, awarded upon winning a national championship, as well as several world championships.