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Southern Teams Have Success in USTA League Championships

October 8, 2019 05:15 AM

USTA Southern teams had a great year playing in the 2019 USTA League Championships. Here are the teams who finished in the top four.


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Kennesaw, GA men's 18 & Over 3.0 teamfinalists_men_18s_50_plus_NC_charlotte_300Charlotte, NC men's 18 & Over 5.0 team

The men’s tennis team from Kennesaw, GA, representing the USTA Southern Section, advanced to the finals of the 2019 USTA League Adult 18 & Over 3.0 National Championships. 

The Charlotte team lost to the USTA Carribean team from Puerto Rico, 3-2 in the Championship match, played in Oklahoma City, OK. 

The team is captained by Scott Phillipsr and plays out of Legacy Park. Players are: Scott Phillips, Richard Denton, Brian Carberry, Paige Slyman, William King, Michael Newsome, Matt Easterday, Ryan Davis, Adam Regelsky, Clint King, Christopher Johnson, David Gray, Mitch Waldman, Rajiv Thomas and Paul Denton.


The men’s tennis team from Charlotte, NC, representing the USTA Southern Section, advanced to the finals of the 2019 USTA League Adult 18 & Over 5.0 National Championships. 

The Charlotte team lost to USTA Texas team from Southlake, Texas, 2-1 in the Championship match, played in Las Vegas, NV.  Earlier in the day, the Kennesaw team defeated the USTA Easterm team from Deer Park, NY, 3-2 in the semifinals.

The team is captained by Tommy Beecher and plays out of Prosperity Athletic Club. Players in photo to the right are: (left to right) Greg May, Evgeny Slesarev, Jan Meyer, and Kelly Hunter.


Finishing third:

  • The women's Adult 18 & Over 2.5 team from Knoxville, TN?

Finishing fourth:

  • The men's Adult 18 & Over 3.5 team from Monroe, LA

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Charlotte, NC men's Open 5.5 team

The 5.5 men's team, based in Charlotte, NC, finished second in the 2019 5.5 National Open Invitational Championships. Pictured to the left are: (left to right) Aritz Eceiza, Kyle Koch, Sergey Belov, Danajaya Mayadunne, Greg Artz and Berhe Serekeberhan.

 

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