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Hall of Fame Tennis Championships 2018 Live Streaming

The 2018 Newport Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, the Dell Technologies Hall of Fame Open for the Van Alen Cup. Pro Tennis in Newport – July 15 – 22, 2018.So keep watching and enjoy your time.

Hall of Fame Tennis Championships 2018 Live Streaming

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Hall of Fame Tennis Championships 2018 Live
July 15 – 22,2018
July 15,Qualifying Rounds and Family Fun Day Gates open at 9:30am – Tennis at 11am
July 16,Tournament Early Rounds/ATP Juniors Clinic Gates open at 10am – Tennis at 11am
​July 17,Tournament Early Rounds and USTA Day Gates open at 10am – Tennis at 11am
July 18,Tournament Early Rounds Gates open at 10am – Tennis at 11am
July 19,Tournament Quarterfinals/Sip, Style, Play! Gates open at 10am – Tennis at 11am
​July 20,Quarterfinals, Women’s Exhibition Tennis Match & AARP Day Gates open at 10am – Tennis at 11am
July 21,Induction Ceremony, Singles Semifinals & Doubles Final Gates open at 10:30am – Induction Ceremony at 12pm – Tennis at 2pm
July 22,Singles Final & Invesco Legends Newport Gates open at 10am – Invesco Legends at 11am – Tennis at 3pm
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July brings a lot to Newport. Things kick off with Independence Day festivities on the 4th and end with Newport Folk Festival on the weekend of the 27th. Newport Jazz Festival isn’t far behind, August 3rd to the 5th.

Right in the middle comes the week-long 2018 Newport Hall of Fame Tennis Championships. The annual Hall of Fame Open follows Wimbledon each year. The event is the first stop of the summer for pro tennis in the United States.

Newport’s International Tennis Hall of Fame has hosted the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships since 1880. It’s the only tournament outside of Europe played on grass courts and your last chance until the US Open for professional men’s tennis in the Northeast.

Top ATP World Tour pros come each year to compete in Newport. 2018 will see 2017 Newport Champion John Isner, ATP top 60 ranked Steven Johnson, Thanasi Kokkinakis, Gilles Muller, Adrian Mannarino, and Mischa Zverev.

Beyond all the great tennis singles and doubles play, ticket holders will also have daily opportunities to chat with the champs, enjoy museum tours, free USPTA tennis lessons, and more.Subcribe Now