Oudin To Play Doubles With No Admission Charge

June 29, 2010 04:19 PM
Melanie Oudin compete in Peachtree Corners, Georgia.
Melanie Oudin, America's No. 3 women's player, believes in supporting her home club, Racquet Club of the South. She's signed up to play doubles at the Norman Wilkerson Memorial Tennis Tournament, a $10,000 USTA Pro Circuit event, at her home court July 12-18.
Oudin and her partner, Australian Bojana Bobusic, fell to Irina Falconi and Maria Sanchez 7-5, 6-3 in the quarterfinals Thursday. Falconi was named to 2010 ITA All-Star Team.
Oudin and Bobusic defeated Cierra Gaytan-Leach and Ellen Tsay 7-6(3), 6-2 in the . The top seeded duo will play Georgia Tech's Irina Falconi and Maria Sanchez in the quarterfinals. The showdown is schedule as the last day match on Stadium Court Thursday, July 15.
There is no admission charge to the tournament.
Oudin is not playing singles in this event.
Sign up for Pro-Am Tournament
Atlanta Tennis Players! The Atlanta Tennis Championships invites you to participate in a Tennis Pro-Am Tournament on Sunday July 11, starting at 11AM – just one week before the professional tournament.
The Georgia Professional Tennis Association, an organization of over 200 certified teaching professionals throughout Georgia is hosting this one day event at Druid Hills Golf Club in Atlanta and The Standard Club in Duluth.
Invite your pro to join your team of (2) Amateur players and (1) teaching professional and sign up for one of only 32 team spots available for this exclusive event.
Entry fee of $50.00 per person includes a day of doubles play with your pro; lunch, refreshments, balls and a chance to win tickets to early round action at the Atlanta Tennis Championships.
Enter your Men's Pro-Am Team or Women’s Pro-Am Team at either the 3.5 or 4.0 level. The final two teams at each level will play the final on-site during the Atlanta Tennis Championships at the Atlanta Athletic Club (July 19 – 25) with the champions receiving (2) tickets to their choice of the ATC semi-finals or finals.
To enter your team and to view all of the event details, click here.
If your own pro can’t play on July 11, click here and select "contact" from the main menu and the GPTA will try to find a pro to round out your team.