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Southern

TWO CITIES DOMINATE

MIXED SECTIONALS

Ron Cioffi  |  October 13, 2019
Southern Mixed celebration
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See team photos of our champions and finalists/second-place teams

 

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Two cities had two champions in the 2019 USTA Southern Mixed Doubles Sectional Championships, played Oct. 11-13, in metro Little Rock, Ark.

 

The host city of North Little Rock, Ark., and Southaven, Miss., had two winners. Southaven is a border city and suburb of Memphis, which had a champion and a finalist. Knoxville, Tenn. was represented by two finalists. Second-place teams in round-robins are considered finalists.

 

This year’s event drew the top teams from throughout the section’s nine states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Many of the teams – which represent various clubs, parks, recreational departments and organizations – have finished at the top of their local leagues or are noted as top teams in their respective states.

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Tennessee had the most teams at the top of the standings with two victors and two finalists or second-place teams. Mississippi teams was at the top of three levels.

 

The tournament was played at two facilities in Arkansas: Burns Park Tennis Center in North Little Rock (tournament headquarters) and Rebsamen Tennis Center in Little Rock.

 

The Southern champions will receive a bid to compete in the USTA League National Championships in November.

 

Click here for the champions and finalists, and their captain/co-captains.

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