Summer Slam All-City Tennis Tournament Winners Announced

Summer Slam All-City Tennis Tournament Winners Announced

On Friday, July 22, Naperville Park District hosted the Summer Slam All-City Tennis Tournament at Knoch Park tennis courts. The tournament was played in a round robin format, allowing players to compete in a fun, relaxing environment and learn from the additional match play provided in this format. The 2022 champions and finalists from each age division are:

  • 10 and Under – Henry Rice (champion) and Yassin Abdelfattah (finalist)
  • 12 and Under – Russell Isrealsen (champion) and Benson Write (finalist)
  • 14 and Under – Aarush Yada (champion) and Aiden Kornak (finalist)
  • 16 and Under – Rithik Thekiniath (champion) and Lauren Varak (finalist)
  • Adult 3.0-3.5 Doubles – Venkat Poosa/Sathish Subramanian (champions) and Rich Gregg/Adam Kornak (finalists)

“The NPD’s annual tennis tournament enables kids who are newer to tennis to compete in their first tournament while also allowing more experienced players to get additional tournament match play,” explained Program Manager Brock Atwell. “Congratulations to all of the participants!”

Source: Naperville Parks

Senior editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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