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Norwalk's Slammer Tennis World Holds USTA Tournaments

A trophy winner in a USTA Tournament condcuted by Slammer Tennis World of Norwalk shows his wares. Photo Credit: Contributed
A girl captured this trophy in the tournament. Photo Credit: Contributed
Young Elijah Pitterson assists with running the tournament. Photo Credit: Contributed
A young man holds up the trophy he won at the event. Photo Credit: Contributed
A trophy winner shows off her prize. Photo Credit: Contributed
A player holds up a trophy he won at a USTA Tournament in Norwalk. Photo Credit: Contributed
Slammer Tennis World workers get ready to distribute the trophies. Photo Credit: Contributed

NORWALK, Conn. -- Young players from all over Fairfield County and beyond competed recently in Slammer Tennis World’s U.S. Tennis Association tournaments at Norwalk High School.

Andrew Lawless of Weston won the boys 18-and-under tournament, sweeping through the event without dropping a set. Matthew Murphy of Guilford won the 16-and-under tournament, including a tough three-set match in the semifinals.

In round-robin events, Brian Song (14-and-under boys), Zachary Amendola (12-and-under boys), Olivia Wen (14-and-under girls), Imogen Smith (12-and-under girls) and Gregory Settos (14-and-under boys) finished unbeaten.

Slammer Tennis World, in conjunction with Norwalk Recreation and Parks, conducts four USTA tournaments every summer.

Slammer Tennis World, owned by Norwalk’s Marvin Tyler, conductsyear-round individual and group instruction. Registration is now available for winter programs. For more information, visit the Slammer Tennis World website .

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