American Summits once again joined forces with the Mayor’s Cup for another great event for the kids. The New York Junior Tennis & Learning first hosted the Mayors Cup All-Scholastic Tennis Championship in 1988. The tournament is the premier event for scholastic tennis players in New York City. Held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, the Mayors Cup has grown to become the second largest event to be held at this facility famed for the US Open. The Mayors Cup has additionally earned the honors of being named the largest scholastic tennis event in the Nation. With a total of 11 different events and over 600 participants, the Mayors Cup All-Scholastic Tennis Tournament provides the perfect opportunity for New York Cityâ€™s junior tennis players to showcase their on-court talents.
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The Mayorâ€™s Cup All-Scholastic Tennis Championships, is the largest interscholastic tennis event in the United States, is returning to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows this June.
The Mayorâ€™s Cup, hosted by New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL), is second only to the US Open in the number of players competing in one tournament, bringing together more than 600 participants from New York Cityâ€™s public, private and parochial schools. The tournament attracts some of the best players from throughout the New York City metropolitan area competing in 11 different categories for boys and girls in middle school and high school.
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