There's no stopping Belmont's Molly Hahn.
This time last year, the long-time resident won the USTA National Women’s Grass Court Doubles title with Kerry Young of Maitland, Fla.
And this weekend, the Tufts mathematics professor teamed up with Amherst’s Judy Dixon to win the doubles in the 29th Annual Clem Easton tennis tournament held in Longmeadow, Mass, according to the Springfield Republican, cruising to victory in the finals 6-1, 6-0.
The team's dominance was not unexpected: Dixon, in addition to being the tennis coach at the University of Massachusetts, was Billie Jean King’s doubles partner and competed at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open while Hahn is currently the second-ranked women’s player over 60 in the United States.
The tournament, put on by the United States Tennis Association, includes the best players over the age of 60 in New England.