Twenty players from six states will take over the tennis courts at DuPont Country Club Saturday and Sunday for the Middle States Wheelchair Tennis Championships.
This year’s event draws some of the top wheelchair tennis players from all over the east coast. The tournament is set to run on Saturday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., will continue into Sunday with times dependent on Saturday’s results.
The Delaware tournament is part of a circuit of national USTA-sanctioned tournaments. While the tournament is a community event, it is also a very competitive event, with players competing for ranking points and prize money. Play in singles and doubles will take place.
About USTA Middle States
The USTA is organized geographically into 17 sections. The USTA Middle States section encompasses Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey (exclusive of a 35-mile radius around New York City) and northwestern West Virginia.
A volunteer-based, not-for-profit organization, USTA Middle States is dedicated to carrying out the goals of the national association within its region, particularly with respect to promoting tennis opportunities for juniors and adults of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds.
For more information about USTA League or the USTA visit www.usta.com.
For more information, contact:
Michael Gladysz, email@example.com | 484.302.0759