|2014 NC State Closed Even results|
Asheville Racquet Club was the site of the 2014 NC State Closed Championships (Even Years), where 62 players competed in one of USTA North Carolina's six annual state closed tournaments. This year's tournament was held from Oct. 16-19 and featured nine age groups/levels of competition.
The following list includes the winners and age division from the State Closed Even. Click here for the full results.
North Carolina 2015 tournament sanctions
Any USTA member organization is eligible to apply for the sanction of a North Carolina tennis tournament. The sanctioning process for tournaments each year begins on Oct. 1 and ends on Oct. 15. There is a $45 fee per tournament sanctioned.
North Carolina doubles team wins third Grandfather/Grandson Championship
Winning a USTA gold ball in a rare occurrence. Winning three gold balls is practically unheard of, but that’s exactly what a family doubles team managed to do earlier this summer.
Juniors shine at North Carolina State Closed Championships
North Carolina juniors stole the show at the 2014 Columbia Forest Products NC State Closed Championships. Korey Lovett and Jessica Paul, both 18-year-olds preparing to take the next step to play NCAA tennis this fall, won the men's singles and women's singles titles at this year's tournament.
West claims fifth Carolina Cup title
The Asheville Racquet Club Downtown was the site of the 14th Carolina Cup, held on May 2-4. The West region emerged as the 2014 champion, winning its fifth title in the history of the tournament.
Carolina Cup is held in three-year cycles: the tournament runs for two years consecutively, followed by an off year. The West has now won four tournaments in a row, dating back to 2010.