Tradition Lives On At Children’s Classic

USTA New England Magazine
Jan/Feb 2007 Issue

The Farmington Field Club in Farmington, Conn., has played host to the second longest running tournament in New England, The Children’s Classic, formerly known as the Farmington Open. This USTA tournament got its start in 1953 and has attracted top-notch players from all over New England and beyond, including Bud Schultz and Tim Mayott. Since 1984, all proceeds from the annual Children’s Classic have benefited the Uconn Children’s Cancer Fund. Tournament competition includes Junior 14-and-under, Junior 16-and-under Level VII, and men’s and women’s singles, doubles and mixed doubles.

For more information about the Children’s Classic, contact: Denise D’Avella, Tournament Director, Hilltop Road, Farmington, CT 06032; 860-677-1209.

© Paula Vergara 2007

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