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Top 5 touring Pro Pickleball player Frank Anthony Davis (FAD), is originally from a small town in southern New Jersey. He lives with his wife Josie and their two rescue dogs.
In 2019 he won the USAPA Heritage Tournament Triple Crown, was the National Pro singles bronze medalist, and the Chicago Open Champion. FAD is excited to be partnering with Niupipo on the pro tour in 2021. Together they look forward to growing the sport while creating quality products for more players to enjoy.
You can learn more about Frank at FADPickleball.com.
Rafa Hewett comes from the small town of Lewiston, Idaho. He is a 3rd generation cattle farmer and works full time as a rancher and wine vintner. Rafa enjoyed a successful collegiate tennis career at Point University, where he is the all-time leader in career wins. After college, he picked up the sport of pickleball and quickly realized he had what it took to become a professional. He trains weekly in the Pacific Northwest with World #2 Tyson McGuffin and in just one short year has already risen to #17 in the world with already 5 career titles to his name.
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Lindsey Newman grew up on Whidbey Island, Washington with 6 siblings (4 sisters and 2 brothers) and now currently resides in Queen Creek, Arizona. She started her pickleball career in the late summer of 2017 at Pickleball Station (in Kent, Washington) after hearing about it from another Selkirk player, Mark Cook.Lindsey and her brother, Riley entered into their first tournament less than a week after picking up a pickleball paddle and won the mixed doubles open bracket! Lindsey and Riley became instant professional players and their careers have completely sky rocketed from there. If Lindsey isn’t out on the pickleball court, she’s probably on another type of court (she referees college basketball). Lindsey plays both singles and doubles in pickleball but much prefers playing doubles with her favorite partner, Riley. Lindsey is also working with her younger sister, Hayley in hopes that they can one day be doubles partners. Some of Lindsey’s favorite pickleball memories include going to Hawaii to play in a tournament and getting DQ blizzards with Riley after a successful day of tournament play. Lindsey plays with the AMPED Epic paddle and loves how big the sweet spot is!
Riley Newman was born and raised on Whidbey Island, Washington from very supportive parents, Mike and Pam Newman. Riley grew up in the middle of 6 siblings (5 sisters and 1 brother). He grew up and loved playing baseball, soccer, basketball, and tennis. He especially loved basketball and tennis and like his older sister, Lindsey; played tennis at a Division I school in Seattle. Riley was introduced to pickleball in the summer of 2017 by basketball referee and Selkirk player, Mark Cook. Because Riley and Lindsey both played very high-level tennis, picking up a pickleball paddle and learning the strategy wasn’t too difficult. The Newman’s entered into their first 5.0 tournament and won the mixed doubles bracket! Riley has been hooked on pickleball ever since and absolutely loves all of the wonderful people he has meet because of it. Riley lives in Phoenix, Arizona and referee’s college basketball. Riley plays with the Amped Epic paddle and loves the extended handle which allows him to hit his two handed backhand, also the power from the baseline with the touch from the kitchen line. His favorite Pickleball memory came in his first US Open tournament (2018) where Lindsey and him progressed so far in the tourney that they played on center court in the mix open quarterfinals. “The fans were so engaged and felt the awesome energy throughout the whole match.”
Olivia McMillan, 30, was born and raised in Charleston, SC. She played Division 1 tennis at The College of Charleston and earned a degree in Corporate Communications. Post college, she became a tennis teaching pro and worked for ESPN as a freelancer. Now living in Jacksonville Beach, FL she discovered pickleball in 2018 and has been hooked ever since.
Aside from her corporate job, she loves teaching pickleball and traveling to tournaments to compete. A few tournament highlights include earning a Bronze medal in Pro singles at the APP Punta Gorda tournament, Silver in Women’s doubles pro in NC Open, and a Gold medal in 5.0 Mixed Doubles at The Florida Grand Slam. She is also a US Open Singles Champion and a National Singles Champion in her respective divisions. She is a crafty lefty who enjoys all aspects of the game; socially and competitively.
As of January 2021, she was ranked in the top 10 pro women’s singles players on the APP Tour and top 20 doubles player.
She is currently sponsored by Tail Activewear and Prince Pickleball.
Wyatt already has a great reputation for being not only a very good young player, but for being a great advocate for players of all ages and skill levels. There are kids across the country who are just waiting to be invited to try pickleball and Wyatt will find them and get them on the courts. Since Wyatt played in that first tournament, he has played in 26 tournaments and brought home 33 medals working his way up the ranking system. He took home a gold medal from the 2019 Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships and went on to become the first International Junior Champion in the first International Junior tournament ever held. He has plans to compete in 2021 AAU Junior Olympics which will be held in the summer in Houston Texas.