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12-047 Catch the Rising Stars in Women’s Tennis At “Sheriff Bob Gualtieri Clearwater Women’s Open”

This Week –

Catch the Rising Stars in Women’s Tennis at the Sheriff Bob Gualtieri 8th Annual Clearwater Women’s Open Tennis Tournament – To Benefit the Sheriff’s Police Athletic League (PAL)

Sheriff  Bob Gualtieri
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

The Clearwater Women’s Open Tennis Tournament is a United States Tennis Association (USTA) Pro Circuit sanctioned event.

Tournament Director
Paul Hicks
(727) 580-1764

Event Coordinator:
Ron Massey
(727) 644-7309

What: The Sheriff  Bob Gualtieri 8th Annual Women’s Tennis Tournament is underway this week in Clearwater. The event is a $25,000 USTA Pro Circuit sanctioned Tournament which attracts rising female tennis stars from all over the world. Qualifying matches were this past weekend.

 The main schedule is as follows:
Main Draw Matches and Quarterfinals
Tuesday, March 13th – Friday, March 16th :  Matches begin at 10:00 a.m.

(Admission is FREE for weekday matches)

Saturday, March 17th – 10:00 a.m.

Sunday, March 18th – 1:00 p.m. (New Time!)

Tickets for each weekend day are $5 and $10 to see world caliber professional competition in Clearwater.

Tournament proceeds benefit the children served by the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Police Athletic League (PAL).

Where:  All events will take place at the Henry L. McMullen Tennis Complex located at 1000 Edenville Avenue in Clearwater

When:  Main Draw Matches will continue through the week, starting Tuesday, March 13th, with the Singles/Doubles Quarter Finals on Friday, March 16th, the Semi-Finals on Saturday, March 17th, and the Finals in both groups on Sunday, March 18th.


Pinellas Sheriff  Bob Gualtieri invites tennis fans and the public to attend the 8th Annual Clearwater Women’s Tennis Tournament.

All events will take place at the Henry L. McMullen Tennis Complex located at 1000 Edenville Avenue in Clearwater; beginning March 11th through March 18th, 2012.

The $25,000 USTA sanctioned tournament is an opportunity to watch the next generation of professional female tennis stars while benefiting the children served by the Pinellas Sheriff’s Police Athletic League (PAL).

According to Sheriff  Gualtieri, “The Tournament is a great opportunity for tennis fans to see the stars of tomorrow and enjoy the weather, and some excellent professional tennis close to home. The USTA has been a great partner in this endeavor, and a great benefit to our PAL program.”

 Please visit the Tournament website at  for match times and additional information.


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