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The Oregon Tennis State Championship is GPTC sponsored tournament. The roots of this tournament go back to 1899 when it was played at the Multnomah Athletic Club. The tournament's champions include many Pacific Northwest tennis legends ncluding Elwood Cooke, Emery Neale, Sam Lee, Stella Fording and many other tennis greats. In recent memory, champions have included Kelcey McKenna, Ashley Joelson, Roman Borvanov, Kean Feeder, and Brian Joelson just to name a few. The champions of this historic tournament are great. Who will be next?

This is a significant source of income for the GPTC. With this income, the GPTC is able to support a variety of local tennis programs. By playing in this tournament, you not only participate in a historic tennis tournament, but you show your commitment to the growth of tennis in the Greater Portland area. With your support, we will be able to help more kids and adults play the greatest sport around!

The Oregon State Tennis Championship is so large it must be played at 3 facilities. The Open and Sr. Men’s events are the only National Category II tournaments in Oregon. The Sr. Women’s event is a Super Category II and is one of 10 in the country. The Open and NTRP Divisions are held at the Tualatin Hills Tennis Center. The Sr. Men's Divisions are held at Mt. Park Racquet Club. The Sr. Women's Divisions are held at the West Hills Racquet & Fitness Club.

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Greater Portland Tennis Council - What We Do

GPTC is a non-profit 501c3 whose mission is to encourage and promote participation in tennis throughout the Greater Portland area for enjoyment, for health and for the general betterment of the community. Dollars raised by the GPTC  support "T for Tennis," a program offered at four Head Start Schools with more than 460 kids receiving tennis instruction in a fun format by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. Other programs include Special Olympics at Lake Oswego Tennis Center, US Open ball kids training program, Portland's World Team Tennis, and the Oregon State Tennis Championship of Oregon.