For two weeks, hundred of the best 35-to-45-year-old male and female tennis players in the world will be competing for travel expenses and trophies, but mostly for pride, in the Young Seniors Team and Individual Championships. The host sites are the recently renovated and newly named Miami Beach Tennis Center (formerly North Shore Tennis Center) and Flamingo Park Tennis Center. Admission is free.
For two weeks, hundred of the best 35-to-45-year-old male and female tennis players in the world will be competing for travel expenses and trophies, but mostly for pride, in the Young Seniors Team and Individual Championships. The host sites are the recently renovated and newly named Miami Beach Tennis Center (formerly North Shore Tennis Center) and Flamingo Park Tennis Center. Admission is free. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
For two weeks, hundred of the best 35-to-45-year-old male and female tennis players in the world will be competing for travel expenses and trophies, but mostly for pride, in the Young Seniors Team and Individual Championships. The host sites are the recently renovated and newly named Miami Beach Tennis Center (formerly North Shore Tennis Center) and Flamingo Park Tennis Center. Admission is free. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Hundred of the best 35-to-45-year-old tennis players will compete in this event

October 19, 2018 05:15 PM