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The 19th Annual Gettysburg Benefit Tennis Tournament is in memory of Arthur and Muriel Rice. Click here for a registration form. The public is welcome to attend the tournament and support the players.
Courts open at 8:30 am and play begins 10 am. The rain date is Sunday, May 12 with courts opening at 9:30 am and play beginning at 10 am.
The format is a doubles, round-robin that gives each player the opportunity to play several matches with a variety of partners. There is a male and female division. Each player is assigned a teammate for each round. Overall winners will be those who accumulate the most victories throughout the day. Exhibition mixed doubles matches will be played at the end of the tournament for interested players. Players are required to sign a release form upon tournament check-in.
There will be a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize given out in each division.
A Celebration Reception sponsored by Biggerstaff’s Catering will be held from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Gettysburg Seminary Refectory, 148 Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg. All participants and a guest are welcome to attend. The reception includes hors d’oeuvres and beverages. If the tournament is moved to Sunday, May 12 because of rain, the reception will still be held Saturday, May 11.