Friday, August 15, 2014

Labor Day tennis returns to Sun Valley

Aug. 30-Sept. 1 on resort courts

     The Lyle Pearson Labor Day Tennis Championships at Sun Valley Tennis Club was one of the few events that survived the onslaught of the 2013 Beaver Creek Fire in the Wood River Valley. It was held as scheduled over the holiday.

     With all of this year’s rainfall and the cooler weather, prospects look considerably better for the annual Labor Day tennis tournament in 2014 and registration is currently underway at the U.S. Tennis Association Web site.

     The three-day holiday tournament presented by Sun Valley Resort is Saturday through Monday, Aug. 30-Sept. 1 with finals Monday, Sept. 1.

     Entries close Monday, Aug. 25 at midnight Mountain Time. All Open divisions are USTA-sanctioned, ranked events (men’s and women’s singles and doubles, mixed doubles).

     All other divisions are not sanctioned and non-U.S.T.A. members can enter the unranked classes. They are men’s/women’s singles and doubles (3.5 through 5.0), and combined mixed doubles (6.5 through 9.5).

     Contact tournament director John Perry at 208-559-4694 or email to lptennissunvalley@gmailcom.

     Tournament site is The tournament ID number is 250027514.



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