Joshua Davis plays his last lob in the match and oh what a blast it is. I don't know what to call the beautiful mish-mash of shapes on the right. Are they human? Animal? Biological? If pressed, I'd go with Karma Sutra-reading octopi, tangled in an orgy of design, color, and beauty, frolicking in a sea of love over the Buddist knots of Dawes' last lob.
If you agree with Joshua's own assessment, and you'd like to vote for Joshua Davis as the winner in today's match, we'll be gathering votes on Twitter from now through the weekend. Simply tweet with two hashtags: #lyt for the layer tennis tag, then #davis for Joshua Davis (or #dawes for Brendan Dawes). We'll tabulate all the votes and declare a winner come Monday.
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Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Matt Haughey.
Congratulations to Mig Reyes, Layer Tennis Season 3 Champion.
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