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International Tennis Action Comes To a Close at La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club

The week-long 32nd International Tennis Federation's Senior World Individual Championships closed on Sunday with the singles and doubles titles in the Men’s 50 division.

More than 600 senior players from 32 nations competed in the International Seniors World Championships at seven San Diego County tennis venues, including the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club and La Jolla Tennis Club over the past week.

The tour featured several former professional players. 

2012 Champions

  • Men’s 35 Singles: Roberto Menendez, Spain
  • Men’s 35 Doubles: Greg Evans and Michael Evans, Australia
  • Women’s 35 Singles: Noelia Perez-Penate, Spain
  • Women’s 35 Doubles: Cammy Macgregor and Debbie Spence-Nasim, U.S.
  • Mixed 35 Doubles: Maria Bergenheim, Estonia, and Thassilo Haun, Germany
  • Men’s 40 Singles: Jeff Tarango, U.S.
  • Men’s 40 Doubles: Rick Leach and Mickey Maule, U.S.
  • Women’s 40 Singles: Jurate Hardy, Australia
  • Women’s 40 Doubles: Deborah Higa and Jami Jones, U.S.
  • Mixed 40 Doubles: Tracie Currie and Rick Leach, U.S.
  • Men’s 45 Singles: Jeff Greenwald, U.S.
  • Men’s 45 Doubles: John Letts and Bruce Man-Son-Hing , U.S.
  • Women’s 45 Singles: Jennifer Dawson, U.S.
  • Women’s 45 Doubles: Alissa Finerman and Erika Smith, U.S.
  • Mixed 45 Doubles: Debbie Spence-Nasim and Steve Dawson, U.S.
  • Men’s 50 Singles: Val Wilder, U.S.
  • Men’s 50 Doubles: Mike Fedderly and Val Wilder, U.S.
  • Women’s 50 Singles: Rosalyn Nideffer, U.S.
  • Women’s 50 Doubles: Ros Balodis and Leanne Swaysland, Australia
  • Mixed 50 Doubles: Brenda Foster, Australia, and Chris Hearn, Great Britain
  • Men’s 55 Singles: Mark Vines, U.S.
  • Men’s 55 Doubles: Ross Persons and Daniel Waldman, U.S.
  • Women’s 55 Singles: Diane Barker, U.S.
  • Women’s 55 Doubles: Kathy May Fritz and Susan Wright, U.S.
  • Mixed 55 Doubles: Robin Harris and Angel Lopez, U.S.

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