The USA Tennis Affiliation Pacific Northwest is bringing the grownup 55 & over and combined 18 & over USTA League part tennis championships to Snohomish County beginning this week.
The Grownup 55 & Over Part Championships will likely be held June 24-27 at two South Snohomish County places — Columbia Athletic Membership-Silver Lake and Harbor Sq. Racquet Membership in Edmonds — and in addition at Robinswood Tennis Heart in Bellevue. The Blended 18 & over part championships will likely be July 16-18 at Glacier Peak Excessive College and Harbor Sq. Racquet Membership.
USTA Leagues are the most important leisure league within the nation with over 900,000 individuals. The Pacific Northwest alone has over 38,000 USTA League individuals. USTA League gamers take part in native leagues in six native areas (Northwest Washington, Southwest Washington, Jap Washington/Northern Idaho, Northern Oregon, Southern Oregon and Alaska) with league winners advancing to the part championships. Winners of the part championships advance to the USTA League Nationwide Championships held this fall.
“We’re very excited to have Snohomish County be the host web site for 2 of our part championships,” stated Adam Hutchinson, USTA Pacific Northwest Director of Competitors. “On the heels of a profitable Fed Cup (now called the Billie Jean King Cup) in February of 2020, it’s apparent that Snohomish County is captivated with tennis.”
“The chance to host these USTA Pacific Northwest Tennis Part Championships is a big win for Snohomish County,” stated Tammy Dunn, Snohomish County Sports activities Fee govt director. “We stay up for welcoming the tennis gamers and their relations and cheering them on.”
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