Event Calendar

Ali's Cup: 10th Annual Women’s Tournament

09/26/2017, 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Tennis courts in Collierville, Germantown, and Memphis, Tennessee with Luncheon at Southwind Country Club map


The Ali's Cup annual tennis tournament is a fun-filled event spanning several different Memphis area venues with over 170 tennis players! Proceeds will be donated to the Memphis Ronald McDonald House as well as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! Following the tournament is a luncheon with live and silent auctions! We hope you can join us this year! 


Cost is $180.34 ($170.00 + $10.34 processing fee) per 2-member team and includes T-shirts, an "Ali Oops", and admission to post-tournament luncheon.
​Luncheon-only ticket ($30.00 + $2.64 processing fee) does not include T-shirt or tournament play. 

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Please complete ONE registration process per 2-player team. 

Schedule of Events

8:30am: Check-in

9:00am: Tournament play begins

Location: Tennis courts in Collierville, Germantown, and Memphis, Tennessee

12:00pm: Luncheon plus live and silent auctions (at Southwind Country Club)


To learn more visit http://www.alisway.org/women-s-tennis.html

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