Sea Colony set to host Junior Autumn Classic
Bethany Beach, Delaware — Sea Colony Tennis Center, located just south of Bethany Beach, Delaware, is set to serve up its latest United States Tennis Association (USTA) sponsored tournament this fall, the Sea Colony Junior Autumn Classic on the weekend of October 12-13.
The event is open to boys and girls from ages 12 to 18 and features hard court singles and doubles tournament play with a first match loser’s consolation bracket. The cost of entry for each tournament is $33 for singles players and $18 each for doubles players. Tournaments are open to all USTA members. For more information on this event or to register, visit tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/TournamentHome/Tournament.aspx?T=136470.
Entries will close on Saturday, October 5.
Sea Colony Tennis, under Tennis Director Thomas Johnston, offers a wide range of camps, clinics and private instruction to tennis players of all ages and skill levels. Its facility features 34 tennis courts, including 6 indoor, 14 outdoor hard court and 14 Har-Tru clay; and an experienced, talented group of teaching professionals.
Selected as a 2012 USTA Outstanding Facility of the Year, Sea Colony has earned additional national and global honors, including being named a 2013 Top 50 resort and the No. 15 tennis camp in the world, as well as No. 2 for best junior programs, by Tennis.ResortsOnline.com, an online publication whose annual rankings are determined by tennis players. Sea Colony was also listed among Tennis magazine’s Top 50 American Resorts in 2012, including No. 3 in the Mid-Atlantic region.
For more information about Sea Colony Tennis, stop by the Tennis Center at West Way Drive and Kent Avenue, call 302-539-4488, visit SeaColonyTennis.net or like them on Facebook at Facebook.com/SeaColonyTennis.
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