Ann Arbor City Tennis Tournament

. June 1, 2016.
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Founded in 1919, the Ann Arbor City Tennis Tournament is one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the country and is back for year 97 thanks to the hard work of the Ann Arbor Community Tennis Association and Ann Arbor’s Recreation and Education Department. Four different tournaments will run over the course of two weeks of tennis featuring Adult Mixed Doubles, Adult Singles, Juniors and Adult Doubles, while a Town Tennis Celebration wraps up the tournaments. Tournament viewing is free at all venues with all matches will tak outdoors, weather permitting. To register, visit the AACTA website. 

 

Varsity Tennis Center at UM | 2250 S. State St.
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