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Men's Pro-Tennis is back on Amelia Island November 12 - 21

The 2nd Annual Men’s Pro-Tennis Championships at Omni Amelia Island Plantation will begin play this week. Watch the future men's tennis champions compete and get in the swing of things to prepare for a career on the professional tour. Competition and level of play is expected to be fierce.


Ravenswood Winery Amelia Island Futures Championships, a $10,000 USTA Pro Circuit Men’s tennis event is scheduled for Friday November 12th through Sunday November 21st.

The Omni Amelia Island Plantation once again will serve as host courts for this tournament to be played at the Racquet Park on the Plantation off A1A.

Qualifying Matches are Friday, Nov 12th - Sunday, Nov 14th

Main Draw Matches are Monday, Nov 15th - Sunday, Nov 21st

Tickets are free from Friday, Nov 12 - Friday, Nov. 19

Semi-Finals and Finals tickets are $10 on Saturday, Nov. 20 and Sunday, Nov 21

VIP Tickets, offering Preferred Center Court seating with unlimited access to the hospitality tent are $75 for Friday, Nov 20 - Sunday, Nov 21.

Hope to see you there. You will have a great time sitting under the oaks near the beach, watching some very good tennis and enjoying the venue. Food is good too.

The Tournament will benefit: Communities in Schools of Nassau County and Tennis without Borders.


Ravenswood Winery, Omni Hotels & Resorts, Omni Amelia Island Plantation, Gunterman Tennis Schools, Brooks Rehabilitation, Frank B2B Marketing Communications, Enterprise rent-a-car, Amelia Ear, Nose & Throat, Elizabeth Trading Company, Prosperity Bank, Rose Health, Oceanside Cleaners.

For more information

call: the Tennis Pro Shop at Omni Amelia Island Plantation (OAIP), 904-277-5145

email: Kelly Gunterman, OAIP Director of Tennis at

Media Contact

Tournament Press Aide: AmyTompkins;; 914-260-8407

Frank Eaton is CEO of Frank B2B Communications, a business-to-business marketing and consulting company in Jacksonville, Fl. Frank is also an avid tennis player and a sponsor of this tournament.


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