Tennis tournament returns to Aston Park Tennis Center

Press release from Asheville Open: 

The Asheville Open, presented by Brian Elston Law will be returning to the Aston Park Tennis Center, and this year promises to be exceptional.

The 2018 Asheville Open Adult Tournament will take place July 11th – 16th , followed the next weekend, July 20th – 22nd, by the Tournament for Sensational Up-and-Coming Juniors. This will be a smashing good time to see some terrific tennis. The Asheville Open at Aston Park Tennis Center, 336 Hilliard Ave., will be THE place to be in Asheville.

More information go to The Asheville Tennis Association website or contact our Tournament Director, Laura Loftis at Aston Park Tennis Center at (828) 251-4074.

For eight decades, the Asheville Open has been bringing the best in tennis and fun to the City of Asheville, and 2018 will be another fantastic showcase of what makes the event and our community so special.

Located in one of the South’s most beautiful and vibrant cities, with cooler mountain weather and an amazing array of local attractions, the Asheville Open has an energy and excitement unlike any other tournament in the region.

This year we are ramping up the experience with delicious local food, beer, and cool summer beverages on sale during the adult tournament weekend. Plus, since it is summer, who better than a local ice cream vendor on hand every day! Many new sponsors have contributed to make this year’s Asheville Open/Tennis Championship an exceptional, exciting time! Combine that with all levels of play for the USTA men’s and women’s tennis players, and fans are certain to have an experience to remember.

Don’t miss any of the action! Come watch the best players in the area as they battle on the clay courts for one of the most coveted titles in tennis. Sit and enjoy the festival event in the friendly confines of one of The Aston Park Tennis Center – a gem of a venue in downtown Asheville overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains. It’s spectacular – you won’t want to miss it!

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