Results from ATA Tournament July 2017

This summer we had the privilege of bringing 14 athletes to Baltimore from July 25 until August 5 to compete in the 100th Annual American Tennis Association National Championship.  We are so proud of the performance of all of our athletes!

Tori Alexander was a finalist in the Girls 16’s and under
Ruthie Njagi was a finalist in the Girls 14’s and under
Marcel Mordecai was a finalist in the Boys 14’s and under
Brandon Caban came in 3rd in the Boys 18’s and under
Jenna Crawford came in 4th in the Girls 14’s and under
Julia Kelly won the consolation back draw coming in 5th in the Girls 16’s and under

 

Ann Li Junior Wimbledon Finalist!

Ann started in our entry program, Munchkins, at four years old and trained with us for ten years. Her talent and tenacity, along with others in her cohort lead to the creation of our Future Stars program. Ann is an example of what we strive to be and provide at Legacy.

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