"OTC Sandy" Wins Tennis Plaza African American Tennis Tournament

 

The Women's Finals was electrifying! Local Orlando women talents Sandy Johnson and Virginia "Ginny" Minns were the last two standing to vie for the crown. Johnson literally had the home court advantage as she is one of the managers of the Orlando Tennis Center. The two ladies had extensive rallies, exhibited great patience, and strategy. After 2 hours of gutsy tennis, and a massive need to resurface the court with new clay from all their scrambling, it was Sandy "Represent" Johnson that prevailed in straight sets 6-1, 6-4. 

"I'm so thrilled that I did so well, got a trophy, and won money doing something I love and would do anyway!", said an ecstatic Ginny Minns. She is married to former World Deaf Tennis Champion Brad Minns. "Now I get to tell my husband I won more money than he did this year playing tennis!"

 

"I'm just glad I represented my home courts well, and it's nice to get the money!", said Johnson.

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