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Road to Citi Open Team Challenge

July 08, 2021

Road to Citi Open Team Challenge

Play Your Way to Celebrate the Citi Open


The Citi Open is back in action this summer and we are excited to celebrate Washington D.C.’s summer tennis tradition with the entire Section. We’ve planned a fun way for youth tennis players to join in the excitement of the Citi Open through a special series of events they can play in and have fun! As a lead-up to the Citi Open, USTA Mid-Atlantic and tennis providers around the region are hosting the Road to Citi Open Team Challenge Series. These events are designed for players aged 6-12 who are looking for additional play in a FUN and inclusive environment. 


The Road to Citi Open Team Challenge Series is intended to give juniors play opportunities in a low-pressure team environment. This allows children to develop their skills through level-based play without an emphasis on instruction or results. Through short-timed matches, participants will enjoy cooperative play, team camaraderie and will have FUN. 


Events are starting to register in your area today. Make sure you and your junior player get in on the excitement by using the easy registration forms below or by visiting Then make sure to filter to Team Challenges in the Mid-Atlantic Section. From there you will be able to find all of the Road to Citi Open Team Challenges registering in the Section. 

To keep it easy and efficient, we have compiled the list below of events and Providers that you can find and are taking registrations now. If you don’t see an event registering in your area, stay tuned because we are adding more events daily. 


Road to Citi Open Team Challenge Series Event Registration - feel free to register for one or multiple dates


Blue Chip Tennis in Chantilly, Virginia


DC DPR in Washington D.C. 


Fairfax County Park Authority with Coach Ebenezer Dadzie



  • Event Date: 7/30

Looking to get your family and friends involved in tennis too? We have you covered! Encourage them to find a “Try Tennis Day'' in their local area! Try Tennis Days are FREE events happening this summer throughout the Section. Try Tennis Day event participants get a chance to try tennis in a FUN, exciting and informative environment. 


More information is coming soon! 


To stay up to date on all things tennis in the Mid-Atlantic make sure to follow USTA Mid-Atlantic on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

USTA Mid-Atlantic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to promoting tennis and its physical, social, and emotional health benefits. Learn about our impact in the Section and how USTA Mid-Atlantic creates community, character, and well-being.


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