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In San Diego, Tournament Players to Compete for National Titles in Seven Doubles Divisions

11 Jun, 2021


The United States Tennis Association Cor Jewelry National Father-Daughter & Mother-Son Hard Court Championships, featuring some of the top doubles teams in the country, will be played Friday, June 11 through Sunday, June 13 at the Barnes Tennis Center, 4490 W Point Loma Blvd, San Diego, CA 92107.

Teams will compete for titles in the following divisions during the USTA National Father-Daughter & Mother-Son Hard Court Championships:
Father-Daughter Open Doubles (No age limitation for either player)
Senior Father-Daughter Doubles (Father must be 60 or older)
Super Senior Father-Daughter Doubles (Father must be 70 or older)
Ultra Senior Father-Daughter Doubles (Father must be 80 or older)
Mother-Son Open Doubles (No age limitation for either player)
Senior Mother-Son Doubles (Mother must be 60 or older)
Super Senior Mother-Son Doubles (Mother must be 70 or older)

Karly Friedland and David Friedland of Hollywood, Fla., are the top seeds in the Father-Daughter Open Division. Diane Barker of Daniel Island, S.C. and Matthew Hane of Richmond, Va., are the No. 1 seeded team in the Mother-Son Open Division.

“The players are very happy to be back for this tournament after it was cancelled last year due to the pandemic,” said Tournament Director Todd Sprague. “This is a very family-oriented national championship and with players coming to San Diego from all across the country, the competition will be very tough in each division.”

To view tournament draws for each division, click here.

All divisions will offer either round robin or round robin pool play feeding into a quarterfinal, semifinal or final bracketed draw. Players will be pooled in groups of 3 or 4 teams.  Tournament matches will consist of two sets and a match tiebreak in lieu of a third set. USTA Gold, Silver and Bronze balls will be awarded to first, second and third place finishers respectively in all events.

Play will begin at 8 a.m. (PDT) each day of the tournament. Spectators are invited to watch matches with free admission and on-site parking. COVID 19 protocols will be in effect at the Barnes Tennis Center for all participants and spectators during the Championships.

Cor & Co., is the official sponsor of the USTA National Father-Daughter & Mother-Son Hard Court Championships. Cor & Co., is a luxury sports jewelry designer and manufacturer whose designs are inspired by the sports we play. For more information on Cor & Co., click here.

About Barnes Tennis Center – The Center is owned and operated by Youth Tennis San Diego. It was built in 1995 and completed in 1997.  This 4.5 million dollar facility was made possible with generous public and private donations. The Center is named after our lead donor family - the "George E. Barnes Family Junior Tennis Center." The Center is dedicated to the youth of San Diego. Children 18 and under have court priority over adults with advanced reservations! The capital campaign was spearheaded by Dr. Homer Peabody Jr. Youth Tennis San Diego gratefully acknowledges Dr. Peabody's tremendous contribution to make our dream a reality.

Barnes Tennis Center serves as one of San Diego's finest jewels, and is a model for several communities throughout the Nation. The Center is the home of Youth Tennis San Diego offices, all Youth Tennis San Diego junior tournaments, Barnes Center tennis programs, After School Tennis special events, adult programs, corporate programs, a library and educational programs.  Adults are welcome.  Players pay a small usage fee.

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