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Sport shorts: Burst the Bubble Tournament being held at TRAC

The third annual Burst the Bubble tennis tournament is being held at Jamestown's Two Rivers Activity Center (TRAC) Friday evening through Sunday evening.

JSSP Tennis

The Burst the Bubble tennis tournament is coming back to Jamestown after being canceled last year due to COVID-19. Tournament play begins Dec. 3 at 6 p.m. and will run through Dec. 5. The singles matches run all day Saturday with doubles beginning in the evening. Semifinals and championship matches for all events will run Sunday morning and afternoon.

The matches will be held at Two Rivers Activity Center.

Jordan Koushkouski, president of the Jamestown Tennis Association, said the tournament will see nearly 30 players coming from all over the state to play in the approximately 50 matches. The tournament events are Men’s Open Singles, Women’s Open Singles, and Mixed Open Doubles.

More information can be found at: https://playtennis.usta.com/jamestowntennisassociation/Tournaments/overview/17C38AB0-089C-4A3A-AD69-F8841EF63765

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