Register Now for 23rd Annual Big Harpeth Classic Tennis Tournament

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s Athletics Division will host the 23rd annual Big Harpeth Classic Tennis Tournament June 8-10, 2018. On-line registration is underway now, and events will be offered for men’s and women’s sanctioned singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Players must be USTA members to participate.

Registration is $35 for first Singles, $23 for first Doubles, $23 for additional Doubles. Maximum fee charged per player is $52 plus the processing fees for the number of events selected at Use keywords “Big Harpeth Classic” or tournament ID# 704233718. Registration ends Sunday, June 3, and the official draw will be posted June 7 on the tournament home page.

For additional information about the Big Harpeth Classic, contact Ann Marie (ext. 2113) or Mike (ext. 2116) at (615) 370-3471.

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