The Charlotte Pro League starts its ninth tennis season July 11 at Olde Providence Racquet Club.The league features four women’s and eight men’s teams with several former ATP and WTA players. The league will play at seven host clubs around Charlotte. The public is welcome to the free matches. The Charlotte Special Olympics tennis program has teamed up with the league for the second year in a row. Special Olympics players will play an exhibition before the match starts at 7 p.m. July 11.The league provided tennis equipment and $1,000 in donations to the Special Olympics program last year. For information: www.charlotte.usta.com. Corey Inscoe
Tuesday, Jul. 09, 2013
Charlotte Pro League tennis season begins July 11
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