TENNIS

Swing Into Spring returns in 2023

Posted 8/29/22

The Sun City West Tennis Club announces that the 36th annual Swing Into Spring senior tennis tournament will return in 2023, after a three year hiatus.

The event attracts local players as well as …

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TENNIS

Swing Into Spring returns in 2023

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The Sun City West Tennis Club announces that the 36th annual Swing Into Spring senior tennis tournament will return in 2023, after a three year hiatus.

The event attracts local players as well as players from other states. Dates are Wednesday, March 22, to Sunday, March 26. It will take place at Memo’s Bistro Tennis Complex located at the R.H. Johnson center in Sun City West.

The tournament is designed to be a fun and social event for both players and spectators. Spectator admission is free. The tournament is open to players age 50 and older.

As in previous years, 100% of the proceeds will go to a charity that will be inside the walls of Sun City West.

“The club membership is so excited to bring this event back to Sun City West,” stated SIS Chairperson Jolene Piaskowski. “It will be bigger and better than ever.”

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