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  • 18
    Jul 2013
    AUCTION

    Register and Bid on our latest Auction! Private Classes available, ends Thursday July 25th.


    2
    Jul 2013
    Overflow Parking

    Incase you can't find parking at our event, we are providing overflow parking at Grass Valley and Cornell Oaks. We want you to have the best experience possible!


    20
    Jun 2013
    Community Tennis Day

    Community Tennis Day July 19th, 2013 10am to 12 noon
    Family Tennis Activities, USTA short court for kids!  Free!
    Take a look at Try Tennis!


    29
    May 2013
    Players Pro-Am $75

    Monday July 15th 5-6:30pm at Tualatin Hills 15707 SW Walker Road,  Beaverton, Oregon 97006  Women's Pro event players will pair up with you in a fun rotating doubles format.  Organized by Sunset Athletic Club Tennis Director Niren Lall.  Complimentary food and alcoholic Beverage Provided.  Bring your friend to watch for free. For more info Click Here


    29
    May 2013
    Cardio Pro-Am $30

    Monday July 15th 6:30-8pm.   Great fun workout with your favorite local club pro heading up each court.  Tualatin Hills Players know this as Teri and the Pirates!  Teri Hartshorn will be there!  Fun fast paced doubles games where you can move from court to court.  Free food and alcoholic beverage  provided from 5-8:30pm For more info Click Here


    29
    May 2013
    Circle of 100

    For  $100 a person or a couple can have access to the VIP Tent set up in the Stadium Court Area at Tualatin Hills.  Complimentary food, snacks, and alcoholic beverage will be included on four day of the two weeks of great tennis.  Tent Open from 10am to 7pm on July 13th, July 14th,  July 20th, and July 21st. For more info Click Here


    15
    Apr 2013
    Women's USTA Challenger!

    Greater Portland Tennis Council Announces the 114th Oregon Tennis Championships July 9-14th followed by the first ever Women's Pro event. The $50,000 Women's Oregon Challenger, A USTA Pro Circuit event July 14th-21st. Free to all spectators. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities available at www.gptc.usta.com Volunteer Training this Saturday April 27th 2pm at Tualatin Hills email GPTennisCouncil@hotmail.com to let us know you woud like to volunteer.


Welcome to The 2013 Oregon Challenger! July 14th-21st

  • Auction! Auction! Auction! Register and Bid on our latest Auction! Private Classes available, ends Thursday July 25th
  • Singles Main Draw Sheet FINAL RESULTS
  • Doubles Main Draw Sheet FINAL RESULTS
  • Draw Sheet
  • Sunday Match Schedule
  • Satuday Match Results
  • Friday Match Results
  • Thursday Match Results
  • Wednesday Match Results
  • Tuesday Match Results
  • Monday Match Results
  • Sunday Match Results
  • Singles Qualifying Draw Sheet
  • Match Times and Schedule
  • Parking Info
  • Community Tennis Event
  • 2013 Oregon Challenger Brochure

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