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August 17-25, 2018
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55 Record(s) Found.
GIVE THE GIFT OF TENNIS THIS SEASON: CONNECTICUT OPEN LAUNCHES CHARITABLE TICKET SALES PROMO IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
The Connecticut Open is set to launch a holiday ticket campaign aimed at giving back to the community it serves and encouraging fans to snap up tickets to see world-class women’s tennis in New Haven next summer. Tickets for the 2018 tournament will go on sale in time for the holiday season, with 50 per cent of proceeds being donated back to local non-profit organizations and a 25 per cent discount on individual session prices.
Connecticut Open Collects Nearly Half a Ton of Shoes to Help Soles4Souls in Fight Against Global Poverty
The staff of the Connecticut Open celebrate 915 pounds of shoes for Soles4Souls. The shoes were collected during the 2017 Connecticut Open tennis tournament and were donated by fans, players and partners, including the Connecticut State Employees Campaign (CSEC), Family Classic participants and New Canaan Moms. The shoes will be donated to Soles4Souls, a global nonprofit organization that distributes shoes and clothing to people in need throughout the U.S. and worldwide
Connecticut Open Fans Raise $7,644 and Collect 80 Pounds of Food for Connecticut Food Bank
Tennis fans truly “served” the community by supporting the ShopRite Partners In Caring Food Drive during the 2017 Connecticut Open presented by United Technologies. Fans helped raise a total of $7,644.74 and collected 80 pounds of food for the Connecticut Food Bank, enough to provide 15,290 meals to those in need statewide. ShopRite and Connecticut Open representatives recently presented the donation at the Connecticut Food Bank distribution center in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Connecticut Open Players, Partners and Local Celebrities Raise $15,070 for Lion Heart Fund at Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven
Tournament director Anne Worcester presents a check for $15,070 to the Lion Heart Fund at Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven. During the 2017 Connecticut Open, professional tennis players participated in the “Closer to Free Player Challenge” by riding a spin bike at the Yale New Haven Health booth. One hundred percent of the funds raised go directly to cutting edge, international breast cancer research at Smilow Cancer Hospital as a part of the Lion Heart Fund.
Bid On Tennis Memorabilia To Support Cancer Research
Bid on your favorite tennis legends memorabilia packaged with 2018 Connecticut Open Tickets and support the Lion Heart fund for Cancer Research!
2017 Connecticut Open By The Numbers
The 2017 Connecticut Open celebrated 20 years of women's tennis in New Haven this August. Here is a quick look back!
Wrapping Up The 2017 Connecticut Open
It's a wrap! We celebrated our 20th anniversary in style, thanks for coming to the party with us and we can't wait to see you next year!
Gavrilova lands maiden title in New Haven final
Aug 26, 2017 06:39 PM
Third time lucky as unseeded Australian denies Cibulkova
Dabrowski/Xu rebound to take doubles crown
Aug 26, 2017 02:33 PM
Fourth seeds hold off second-seeded Australians to claim second title together.
Final preview: Cibulkova to battle Gavrilova
Aug 25, 2017 10:27 PM
Second seed bids to turn season around as unseeded Aussie searches for first title
55 Record(s) Found.