Local Tennis: The City Championships are July 19-22

Registration Deadline is Monday July 16

Sunday, July 15, 2018

The annual City Tennis Championships will be held July 19-22 at Manker Patten Tennis Club

 

Open Division: The event will include the open division in men’s and women’s singles, doubles and mixed with prize money at $1000 for men’s and women’s singles winners and $500 for the runners-up and $250 for the semifinalists.

NTRP Doubles Play: Doubles play for men and women 18-and-older with a USTA rating ranges from 7.0, 8-0 and 60 and over and Open.

Mixed doubles is 7.5 and below and 8.0 and above

Tournament highlights include a players’ party Thursday night, a catered dinner by 1885 Friday night, and lunch will be served Friday and Saturday.Finals in all divisions on Sunday.

 

Registration: Sign-Up: Deadline to sign-up is Monday July 16. $43.50 for singles and $28 for doubles for each player … go to tennislink tournament ID#  700145318. For more information contact tournament director Brandon Deering at brandondeering@gmail com or 865/387-8666

Pairings will be available Tuesday night and players are limited to three events.



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