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Players set for Newport Beach Oracle Challenger Series

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Player lists for the upcoming Newport Beach event were announced today, giving tennis fans plenty to cheer about. Among those slated to appear in Newport Beach are multiple Grand Slam doubles champions, past Oracle Challenger Series finalists and over 30 American players competing for the coveted Oracle Challenger Series wild cards into March’s BNP Paribas Open.

Play begins January 21st and extends through January 28th at the Newport Beach Tennis Club.

Players:

ATP

JC Aragone

Marcelo Arevalo

Thomaz Bellucci

Benjamin Bonzi

Roberto Cid Subervi

Gastao Elias

Ernesto Escobedo 

Victor Estrella Burgos

Christopher Eubanks 

Bjorn Fratangelo 

Daniel Elahi Galan

Santiago Giraldo 

Tallon Griekspoor

Christian Harrison 

Jason Jung 

Miomir Kecmanovic 

Darian King 

Evan King

Bradley Klahn

Dominik Koepfer

Mitchell Krueger 

Duckhee Lee

Paolo Lorenzi

Mackenzie McDonald

Michael Mmoh

Dennis Novikov

Goncalo Oliveira 

Reilly Opelka

Tommy Paul

Filip Peliwo

Danilo Petrovic

Peter Polansky

Roberto Quiroz

Noah Rubin

Brayden Schnur

Jack Sock

Kaichi Uchida

Mario Vilella Martinez

Donald Young 

WTA

Sofia Kenin

Rebecca Peterson

Tatjana Maria

Anna Karolina Schmiedlova

Eugenie Bouchard

Madison Brengle

Taylor Townsend

Coco Vandeweghe

Sachia Vickery

Jessica Pegula 

Sofya Zhuk

Yanina Wickmayer

Nicole Gibbs

Misaki Doi 

Varvara Lepchenko

Veronica Royg Cepede

Marie Bouzkova

Claire Liu

Jil Teichmann 

Christina Mchale

Bianca V Andreescu 

Allie Kiick 

Francesca Di Lorenzo

Danielle Lao 

Lauren Davis

Jamie Loeb 

Jia-Jing Lu

Kristie Ahn

Katherine Sebov

Rebecca C Marino

Mayo Hibi

Sesil Karatantcheva

Olivia Rogowska

Renata Zarazua 

Kristina Kucova

Valeria Savinykh

Robin Anderson 

Jovana Jaksic

Gail Brodsky 

Harmony Tan 

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Oracle Challenger Series to Return to Newport Beach & Indian Wells in 2019

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NEWPORT BEACH, CA. December 1, 2018 – The Oracle Challenger Series announced today that it will be returning to Southern California for two events in early 2019, to be held at the Newport Beach Tennis Club on January 21-27, 2019 and at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on February 25 – March 3, 2019.

The Oracle Challenger Series launched earlier this year with inaugural events in Newport Beach and Indian Wells. Taylor Fritz and Danielle Collins captured the titles in Newport Beach, while Sara Errani and Martin Klizan triumphed in Indian Wells. The Series, which has a mission of providing new opportunities for up-and-coming American tennis players to secure both ranking points and prize money, restarted earlier this year, expanding to include events in Chicago (September 2-9) and now Houston (Nov. 10-18).

The Newport Beach and Indian Wells tournaments will conclude the 2018-2019 Series, and be instrumental in determining which two American male and female players receive wild cards into their respective singles main draws at the 2019 BNP Paribas Open. The two American women and two American men who accumulate the most points over the course of the four events in the Series will be awarded the wild cards into the largest ATP World Tour and WTA combined two-week event in the world, held annually at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Last year, Bradley Klahn, Reilly Opelka, Danielle Collins and Amanda Anisimova earned the wild cards. Collins and Anisimova made the most of the opportunity as they each reached the Round of 16, the best performances of their professional careers to date.

“Oracle launched the Challenger Series to help more tennis players compete at a high level here in the United States,’’ said Oracle CEO Mark Hurd. “We’ve received overwhelmingly positive feedback from players and fans, and Oracle is committed to the Series in 2019. Newport Beach and Indian Wells are terrific venues for winter tennis. We’d love to see a big turnout from fans.’’

Each tournament in the Series is a joint ATP Challenger Tour/WTA 125K Series event and pays equal prize money ($150,000 per Tour) for a total of $300,000. All Oracle Challenger Series tournaments are free and open to the public.

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