Rome Tennis Center at Berry College hosts the top Girls’ 14 Tennis Players in the U.S.
By Tom Daglis
The best junior tennis players in the country playing competitive tennis in the Girls’ 14 Division are coming to Rome, Georgia to compete in the USTA Girls’ 14 National Hardcourt Championships at Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.
Over 37 states will be represented, including Washington, DC, as these junior athletes fight for the right to be the National Champion for their age group. The USTA Girls’ 14 National Hardcourt Championships has a very rich history with past junior players reaching the pinnacle of tennis. Those include: Lindsey Davenport, Jennifer Capriati, Chris Evert, Tracy Austin, Andrea Jaeger, Chanda Rubin, and current U.S. Open Women’s Champion, Sloane Stephens.
Play will commence on Saturday, August 4th and run daily through Saturday, August 11th. The Rome Community is invited to come out and watch the nation’s top talent compete. Admission is Free!
Photo credit: Ryan Smith