Women's Open Singles Draw has been remade
The Women's Open Singles draw has been remade due to a seeded player withdrawing. Please check your new times and draws.
Tournament Practice Courts
If you want to practice on our indoor tennis courts please call the front desk and ask what is available 503 287 8749.All tournament matches will be played on our indoor tennis courts.
Men's Open Singles
Men's Open Doubles
Champions $300 each
Finalists $150 each
Semis $75 each
Women's Open Singles
Women's Open Doubles
Champions $50 each
Mixed Open Doubles
Champions $125 each
Finalists $75 each
Men's 35 Singles
At Tournament Check In
All competitors receive a tournament t-shirt; 50% off total purchase price at the Employee adidas store; drink and meal tickets and full access to the club facilities during the tournament. We have sweat towels at the front desk for use. Please return. If you have questions about anything please ask the front desk. All tournament specific questions ask our tournament directors Walter or Cris.
Players Free Dinner on Friday and Saturday evening.
We will have free dinners for players Friday night (Blind Onion Pizza) and Saturday (Caribbean Jerk Chicken among other ingredients) Please have your meal and drink tickets with you to show your server.
Portland Chiropractic Group
We have our team from the Portland Chiropractic Group here during the tournament for our players. Massage/injury/chiropractic work. All free for our competitors. Located upstairs in the Board Room.
Our prize money is determined by the number of entries in each
draw. We expect to have $10,000 in total prize money for this
event. Men's Open Singles Champion at least $2,000. Women's Open
Singles Champion at least $600. We will publish prize money for all
other events after entries close. We pay out starting in the
The adidas Open has been a staple of the Irvington Club for most of
the last century. For many years, it was known as the Portland City
Championships. After a hiatus in the 1970's, Cascade Athletic Club
revived it in 1986 and renamed it the Rose Festival Open. In 2001,
this tournament returned to its roots here at The Irvington Club.
Some of the best players to ever play on these courts have been
crowned champions including Emery Neal, Sam Lee, Elwood Cooke, Hedy
Jackson, Stella Fording, Brian Parrott, Brian Joelson, Brett
Joelson, Mike Tammen, Travis Parrott, Oren Montevassel, Angelo
Niculescu, Roman Borvanov, Carolyn Lumber, Kelci McKenna, Suzanne
Matzenauer just to name a few! Many of our players have also toured
professionally and earned ATP & WTA Tour points, including our
defending Men's Champion Travis Parrott.
Today, this tournament attracts some of the top collegiate players
from around the West. Some colleges represented have included
University of Portland, University of Washington, Linfield College,
Stanford University, USC, University of Oregon, University of Santa
Clara, Gonzaga University and many more! What happens when you mix
top collegiate players with some of the top teaching pros, coaches,
and current ATP touring pros? You get one of the best tournaments
of the year!
The seven day tournament will feature much more than just great
tennis matches. On the opening night, we will have a Pro Am where
certain sponsors will have the opportunity to play with some of the
top players in the tournament. Throughout the tournament, our
sponsors receive complimentary beverages and snacks. We will also
have a dinner on Saturday evening of the tournament.
Player Selection Type
Practice courts - If you're interested in practicing at the Club, please stop by the front desk or call to see what is available for practice use.
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Friday, June 20, 2014 11:59:00 PM Pacific Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 600212214 from the searchable schedule homepage.
Division and Draw Type Abbreviations
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