Tahoe Tennis Classic at Zephyr Cove Tennis Club

ZEPHYR COVE – The 31st annual Tahoe Tennis Classic Tournament is Aug. 1-3 at Zephyr Cove Tennis Club.

Top doubles teams from across the nation will come to Lake Tahoe to compete in this tournament favorite. Approximately 110 teams will participate in women’s, men’s and mixed doubles.

The Tahoe Tennis Class is an all-doubles format tournament with divisions for multiple skill levels. Registration costs $70 per player for the first event, $30 for the second, and includes a player dinner party on Saturday, a raffle, and a tournament hat and shirt. Each team is guaranteed two matches.

Complete information about the event and an entry form are available online at http://www.zctennis.com/tahoe-tennis-classic.html.

The Tahoe Tennis Classic has benefitted from 30 years of dedication from our past tournament directors, Hersh and Sheryl Herschman. They have passed the reigns of this amazing tournament, but will continue to partake in the Classic as players and supporters.

The nonprofit Zephyr Cove Tennis Club Foundation now is operating the Classic. The Foundation is run by local volunteer tennis players working to improve the tennis experience at the lake. The Foundation, in conjunction with Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department, has made significant improvements and renovations to the tennis facility at Zephyr Cove.

Zephyr Cove Tennis Club has six courts nestled in the woods overlooking Lake Tahoe.

Open to the public, the Club offers lessons for all ages, membership, social mixers, and open play. The Club is on Warrior Way off Highway 50 in Zephyr Cove.

For more information about Zephyr Cove Tennis Club, visit the website at http://www.zctennis.com/.

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