Six Reasons to Come Support Atlantic Tire Tennis Championships

2015 Cary Tennis Championships match photoDid you know Cary Tennis Park is hosting their second annual ATP Challenger Tour event at the conclusion of the US Open? This year’s event, renamed the Atlantic Tire Championships, will be held September 12-18, 2016 at Cary Tennis Park on 2727 Louis Stephens Drive. If you were undecided as to whether or not you wanted to attend, here are six reasons why you do not want to miss this annual opportunity!

  1. Global top talent from the U.S. Open will be right in your backyard in a beautifully renovated park on a stadium court stage.
  1. Catch the next wave of young players! See first hand who is standing out in the competition and watch their progress.
  1. Put some variety and fun into your best date night! Food and drinks from Tribeca Tavern will be provided for all our VIP receptions as well as a concession stand for the general public.
  1. 2015 Cary Tennis Championships winner

    2015 winner, Dennis Novikov holding his first ATP Challenger trophy with Atlantic Tire’s Anthony Blackman

    By supporting this event and our charity partner Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, you can help stamp out hunger in our area’s youth through their backpack buddies program.

  1. This event highlights Abilities Tennis of North Carolina with a clinic and exhibition on Thursday. Abilities Tennis provides tennis opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities across the state.
  1. This event also showcases kids, high school, collegiate clubs and our local universities varsity tennis programs. University Round Robin will be held on Tuesday night, featuring a local university player. Similar to the Pro Am, special guests will have the opportunity to play with members from the varsity programs of local universities.

Atlantic Tire became a sponsor of this USTA Pro Circuit Event this year. For more information or to buy tickets, click here.

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