Tennis Players Rally For Cure At Waipio Park

Wednesday - October 01, 2008
By MidWeek Staff
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The United States Tennis Association Pacific Section takes cancer to the courts this Sunday for the inaugural Play for the Cure tournament at Central Oahu Regional Park.

Teams of four or more players will serve things up round-robin style from 9 to 11 a.m. during this charity tennis tourney. One lucky team will get the chance to play side-by-side with No. 1 doubles player and Wimbledon, French Open and Italian Open champ Brian Gottfried. Entry fee is $100, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the Hawaii affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. A minimum of two women and two men are required per team. Entry and waiver forms are due by Sept. 30 and are available at or by calling 955-6696.

Play for the Cure is part of USTA Hawaii Pacific Section’s 22nd annual Tennis Weekend. The two-day event features on-court tennis clinics at CORP as well as a comprehensive community tennis development workshop, USTA Hall of Fame and annual Awards Banquet, and Tennis Block Party for Youth Day at several locations around Oahu. For further information, see contacts listed above.

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