On a much warmer island, senior editor Ben Rothenberg was flying the flag for Racquet at the Antigua & Barbuda Cup, one of the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series events that promote tennis development around the region. After an exhibition match between 2003 Wimbledon finalist Mark Philippoussis and Jody Maginley…
The Anguilla Tourist Board has embarked on promoting sports tourism as a key part of its marketing programme and, according to Mr. Cardigan Connor, Parliamentary Secretary, Tourism, that effort has come a long way.
It is part of the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series and is the brainchild of Karl Hale, the Rogers Cup Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) tournament director who was born in Jamaica. The series is to promote youth development on the island by inviting the players up to the Rogers Cup, clinics on the island with ATP pros and a scholarship programme to assist players getting US tennis scholarships….
Haydn Lewis will be hitting with another of tennis’ big boys.
Barbados’ longest serving Davis Cup player is ready to give his fans a show when he faces former world top 20 player Xavier Malisse in Thursday’s highly anticipated exhibition match at the National Tennis Centre.
Multiple Grand Slam winner, Daniel Nestor and ATP World Tour player, Nicolas Monroe are in St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the local leg of Caribbean Cup Tennis Series at the National Tennis Centre in Villa.
Merchant of Tennis, the quaint retail tennis shop on Bayview Avenue, in Toronto, hosted the launch of the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series (CCTS), February 8, and was abuzz with excitement about the upcoming sporting activity.
Over 100 people stopped by the Merchant of Tennis in Toronto on February 8th to launch the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series. The launch was a great evening that raised funds for Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation.
Jamaican born Karl Hale, Rogers Cup tournament director, teamed up with over 150 people on Thursday in Toronto, Canada, to launch the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series, which now comprises six masters tournaments: Anguilla Cup, Antigua Cup, Barbados Cup, Cayman Cup, Jamaica Cup, St Vincent Cup and the Year End Championships in Curacao.
Karl Hale, Rogers Cup Tournament Director and Jamaican born, teamed up with the Merchant of Tennis and over 100 people on Feb 8th, 2018 in Leaside to launch the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series, which comprises of six masters tournaments in Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, Cayman, Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Year End Championships in Curacao. The launch was a great evening that raised over $10,000 for Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation.
TORONTO- The 2018 Caribbean Cup Tennis Series Calendar release. A tournament schedule that will feature 6 masters tournaments, 14 series tournaments, in 6 countries, 1,500 athletes, throughout the Caribbean (Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Jamaica and St. Vincent and Grenadines). In addition to the Masters Final Championship which will be announced in February.
Anguilla’s embryonic sports tourism drive got a much-desired boost when the 2018 Anguilla Cup tournament opened with an exciting pro exhibition match at the Tennis Academy on Sunday, January 14. The two exhibiting players were leading international tennis professionals: Jessie Flores of Naples, Florida, and Xavier Malisse of Belgium.
Former Davis Cup player, Jamaican native Karl Hale’s newest venture is the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series — a seven event series featuring top junior, seniors and professional tennis players from around the world. The Caribbean Cup Series is centered on the four Cs — Caribbean, Competition, Charity and Camaraderie.