Dear Tennis Player,
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Orlando, Florida- The City of Orlando Tennis Center will once again host the prestigious 3rd Annual African American Tennis Tournament. All players of any race, age, or gender are welcomed to participate in this event which will showcase some of the top talents of not just Florida, but the entire USA. Prize money will be awarded to the top finishers as well as trophies and prizes. There will also be a special kids event for beginner players. The overall event is designed to bring attention to up and coming players and encourage, as well as inspire, people of ages in the inner cities to play tennis.
"We are thrilled to be hosting the African American Tennis Tournament in District 5 at the Orlando Tennis Center. There are so many worthy athletes deserving of the spotlight, and we hope this event will give them some much deserved attention. We also hope to inspire a new generation of tennis players in our community", said Commissioner Regina Hill .
Who: For Anyone
What: Tennis tournaments. Men's Singles. Women's Singles. Doubles. Kids Open.
Where: The Orlando Tennis Center 363 North Parramore Avenue Orlando 407.246.4469
Date & Time: November 19-20, 2016
Entry: $39 per singles division. $29 per doubles player.
Pay by credit card or Paypal to DPevent@gmail.com
Entrants. Additional prizes for top finishers
If you need help registering or have questions contact FTT Tournament Director Dennis Turner at 1 (904) 524-0688 or email FloridaTennisTour@gmail.com
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Many thanks to the #OrlandoUnited sponsors so far which include all the below :
Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill
NFL Alumni Central Florida
Kurt Collis Tennis Academy
Vincenzo Cucina Italiana
Orlando Tennis Center
The Florida Tennis Tour
Full story coverage of the this event and results will be on OrlandoTennisNews.com