WACO, Texas, Aug. 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Bryan Brother’s farewell tour will stop at the Hurd Tennis Center in Baylor University to September 16, 2021, to help launch the Bush ACE outreach program in Waco, Texas. The Bryan brothers will be joined by ATP stars Jack Sock and Sam querrey. Baylor Head for men Tennis coach, Michael woodson says, “It will be a full day of tennis that will include a junior pro-am clinic and end with our Green v Gold challenge. Our program is always looking to find ways to better serve the larger Waco tennis community and the opportunity to partner with the Bush ACE Outreach program was something we just couldn’t pass up. We look forward to helping facilitate greater exposure to our sport for life through this incredible program and there is no better way to kickstart it than to have the world’s greatest players on our campus. “
The BUSH ACE AWARENESS PROGRAM (ACE) was established in 2016, at the Bush Tennis Center in Midland, Texas Advise, counsel and encourage young people in the region by connecting positive role models with children of primary age through the sport of tennis. ACE has provided free school programs to over 40,000 elementary-age children, free or discounted after-school and summer programs supported by the Bush Tennis Center. In addition to learning tennis, ACE promotes the core values of fair play, integrity, self-confidence and hard work.
In 2021, ACE will continue to expand into Texas with new partnerships with the USTA Arthur Ashe National Junior Tennis & Learning program (NJTL), Baylor tennis, Texas A&M Tennis and TCU Tennis. The objective of the ACE 2021-2022 program is to reach more than 200,000 children through Texas.
Bob and Mike Bryan won a record 116 ATP Tour titles, including 16 Grand Slam titles at the US Open, Wimbledon, French Open and Australian Open. In 2012, the Bryans won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in London. The Bryans were ranked No.1 in the world for 11 years, and have been an ATP Tour fan favorite for 14 years.
Jack sock is currently in the process of returning to the top of the ATP Tour after recovering from a back injury. In 2017, Jack reached a career high world ranking of 8th place in singles and 2nd place in doubles. Jack won the singles title at the Paris Rolex Masters and won the US Open and Wimbledon double the titles. In 2016, he and Bethanie Mattek-Sands won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. In 2018, Jack and Mike Bryan won the ATP final in London. Jack is a member of the US Davis Cup and the US Olympic team
Sam querrey was the “giant slayer” at Wimbledon. In 2016, Sam upset Novak Djokovic, world # 1; then in 2017, he reached the semi-finals with a reversal on the world # 1 Andy Murray. In 2019, Sam upset Rafael Nadal to win the Acapulco Open. Sam is a member of the US Davis Cup and US Olympic teams.
The Bryan Brothers Farewell Tour will kick off in Texas at the Bush Tennis Center in Midland, September 15; followed by the Baylor Hurd Tennis Center in Waco, September 16; Westwood Country Club Austin, September 17e; and the Dominion Country Club at San Antonio, September 18.
“Mike and I are delighted to return to Texas and come back to the field “, noted Bob bryan. “It will be great to see our fans in Texas while helping to support the remarkable work of the Bush ACE Outreach Program. “
For more information on VIP Pro-Am opportunities at Baylor, Austin Where San Antonio or the Bush ACE Outreach Program, please contact Tim stallard, executive director of [email protected] or by calling (512) 576-4796.
Tickets will go on sale for the Baylor Green & Gold Challenge to August 31, 2021 To 900 h CST at www.etix.com or by calling (800) 514-3849. General admission tickets are $ 35.00 and a limited number of four-seat VIP tables, including a pre-event meeting, are available for $ 375. All tickets for Austin and San Antonio events are sold out.
CONTACT: Tim stallard, [email protected], (512) 576-4796
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