The Cy King
Summer Classic

The 1st Annual Cy King Summer Classic will be held over two weekends this summer in honor of Cy King, Raleigh tennis legend and NC Tennis Hall of Famer.

The event will encompass three tournaments - an Adult Doubles & Mixed Tournament the first weekend (May 29 - 30), and an L6 Junior Challenger and Pro-Am Fundraiser the second weekend (June 4 - 6). 

Proceeds from the Adult Tournament and Pro-Am will go to the Cy King Community Tennis Fund which will provide grants for local tennis programs and high school students. 

PHOTOS

Adult Doubles & Mixed Tournament

King of the Court Pro-Am Fundraiser

L6 Challenger

Cy King Summer Slizzer Try Match

Thanks to all our sponsors for helping making this a successful event!

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Adult Doubles & Mixed

05/29 - 05/30

The Adult Doubles & Mixed Tournament was a success! Events included Men's, Women's & Mixed divisions by age group (18 & Over and 40 & Over) and NTRP level (3.0 - 5.0). Check out all the winners by clicking on the link below.

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Pro-Am Fundraiser

06/04

The King of the Court Pro-Am Fundraiser was held on the evening of Friday, June 4. All proceeds went to fund the Cy King Community Tennis Fund. Click on the link below for photos from this great event at North Hills Club.

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L6 Junior Challenger

06/04 - 06/05

The Cy King Summer Classic L6 Junior Challenger, at Millbrook Tennis Center, offered Boys & Girls singles at 12, 14, 16, and 18 & Under. Check out photos of the winners by clicking the link below.

 

Sponsors

 
North Hills Club

North Hills Club
Platinum Sponsor

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Raleigh Racquet Club

Gold Sponsor

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Bryan's Tennis

Gold Sponsor

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Swing Racquet + Paddle

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WakeMed & WakeOrtho

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Omega Sports

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Find the Gem Coaching

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Wegmans

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SmartAthlete Physiotherapy

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