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Registration Open for 36th Annual Kapalua Open Tennis Championships

August 8, 2017, 9:05 AM HST
* Updated August 8, 9:07 AM
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The 36th annual Kapalua Open Tennis Championships will be held at the award-winning Kapalua Tennis Garden from Sept. 2-4, 2017.

The 36th annual Kapalua Open Tennis Championships will be held at the award-winning Kapalua Tennis Garden. Photo Courtesy

Each year, tennis players from all over the country come to Kapalua for a weekend of fun, food, prizes, and tennis.

The Kapalua Open Tennis Championships hosts players in 3.5, 4.0 and open divisions for Singles, Doubles, and Mixed Doubles competition.

The entry fee includes a player swag bag with gifts from Kapalua Tennis, Babolat, Wilson, Travis Matthew, and other sponsors. Also included is the Player’s Lunch buffet on Saturday, Sept. 2, from noon to 3 p.m. at Pineapple Grill. Additional family members can purchase a spot at the ‘Player’s Luncheon’ for $15 plus tax.

A silent auction will be held at Pineapple Grill where participants can bid on items that include island hotel stays, restaurants, and recreational packages. All proceeds from the silent auction will go to the USTA Maui District Tennis Association Scholarship Fund, which provides travel scholarships to Maui tennis players of all ages for travel to tournaments across the Hawaiian islands and mainland.

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The entry fee for the tournament is $55 plus tax for one event and $60 plus tax for two events.

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Tournament registration ends Sunday, Aug. 27 at noon.

To register for the events, click here.

For information on the Kapalua Open, along with the daily schedule of clinics and court times call 808-662-7730 or visit here.

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