If you haven't marked your calendar for our tournament beneficiary's Tennis Ball on Friday, May 19...then here are a few reasons why you should...
No. 1: An elegant evening with dinner, dancing, and drinks to celebrate the love of the game while serving the community. A night where leaders in the sport and community come together to help grow the sport that we all love.
No. 2: Ken Solomon, President of the Tennis Channel, will be presented with the Distinguished Service Award. The Citi Open is proud to be a part of an evening that honors the president of our broadcast sponsor. The Tennis Channel is the only 24 hour, television based multimedia destination dedicated to the professional sport and passionate lifestyle of tennis.
No. 3: A silent and live auction will keep the night interesting! From extravagant opportunities such as tickets to the French Open to official signed memorabilia from your favorite athletes in the sport.
No. 4: Prestigious sponsors will be in attendance, such as the presenting sponsor of the Tennis Ball and our tournament sponsor, Citi. Their support to the WTEF's mission is just one example of how Citi is passionate about making positive changes in not only our community but communities across the nation.
No. 5: Lastly, and most importantly, you should be a part of the 2017 Tennis Ball because this evening goes beyond just tennis. The tournament's beneficiary works year-round to help underserved children in Washington, DC. Building confidence on the court and in the classroom to empower students to achieve their highest potential.
We've got our calendars marked, so you should too! For more information on tickets on how you can be a part of the night: WTEF 2017 TENNIS BALL
For more information on the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation, visit WTEF.org