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Tournaments

Junior Tournament Players Group Photo

2014 Centennial Sportsplex Tournament Schedule

Tournament Hosts

Centennial Tennis Center

The National Wheelcats

To register for Sportsplex tournaments, search the USTA website using the ID numbers below.

All USTA sanctioned tournaments for kids 10 and under use smaller courts (36-foot for ages 8U and 60-foot for ages 10U), lighter and lower bouncing balls (low compression red for 8U and orange for 10U), and smaller, lighter rackets.

If you have questions, contact the Tennis Center at 615‒862‒8490 or email Dillon Hoyt at Dillon.Hoyt@nashville.gov.

2014 Tournament Schedule

Date Tournament USTA Number Entry Close Date
June 14, 2014 Centennial Sportsplex 10U & 8U Orange & Red Ball Rally Open Series 2 TNL 4 700094014 June 6, 2014
June 27–29, 2014 2014 Music City Wheelchair Classic Contact Troy Weise: 770‒561‒0038 or Troyhweise@live.com 700002514 June 22, 2014
July 11–14, 2014 2014 Tennessee State Closed Junior Summer Championships STAL 4 TNL 1A Ranked: BG’s (12-18), (10) 700094114 July 6, 2014
July 19, 2014 Centennial Sportsplex 8U Red Ball Rally Open Series 3 TNL4 Ranked: BG’s (8) 700094714 July 14, 2014
September 6, 2014 Centennial Sportsplex 8U Red Ball Rally Open Series 4 TNL4 Ranked: BG’s (8) 700094814 September 2, 2014
September 27–28, 2014 Capital Cities Wheelchair Championships Presented by The National Wheelcats 700113914 September 21, 2014
October 11, 2014 Centennial Sportsplex 10U&8U Orange & Red Ball Rally Open Grand Slam TNL4 Ranked: BG’s (10), (8) 700094914 September 6, 2014
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