Registration is still open for Reston Association’s fourth annual Rally for a Cause Tennis Tournament Sept. 19 and 20 at Lake Newport Tennis.
Entry is $30, and proceeds go to the charity of your choice: the USTA Foundation’s Warrior Tennis, which develops curriculum for rehabilitation through tennis for wounded, ill and injured military service members; or Cornerstones/Laurel Learning Center in Reston.
The event will feature brackets for 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 and above players, competing in men’s and women’s doubles and singles matches. Entry guarantees each player two matches with awards, raffle prizes and participation t-shirts.
Entry is open to all tennis players, regardless of USTA membership.
Last year’s event hosted 70 players and raised $3,750 for our charity organizations, Reston Tennis says.
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