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USTA Pro Circuit Heads to Little Rock

March 17, 2006 10:06 AM
Little Rock, Arkansas will play host to the St. Vincent Auxiliary USTA $15,000 men’s futures tournament. The tournament is in its 26th year of existence and is the longest-running USTA Pro Circuit event.


The main draw begins on Tuesday, March 21st with play continuing through the week until a champion will be crowned on Sunday, March 26. The event will take place at the Rebsamen Tennis Center.

This year’s draw features the 2003 French Open Finalist Martin Verkerk of the Netherlands. Representing the United States are Wayne Odesnik, Rajeev Ram, Robert Kendrick, Michael Yani, and Nick Monroe. Odesnik is coming off a strong finish in 2005 as he finished the year with two consecutive USTA Pro Circuit titles.

To learn more about the tournament including a Pro-Am event and other festivities surrounding the week, visit the official website at www.newoutlooktennis.com

 

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