Zlochova, Ianni Wins Open Singles at the 2017 USPTA National Clay Court Championships
NAPLES, Fla. -
Stefano Ianni of Miami, Fla, and Zuzana Zlochova of Lake Worth, Fla. won the men's and women's open singles titles at the 2017 USPTA National Clay Court Championships.
The 2017 USPTA National Clay Court Championships took place May 18-21 at the Academia Sanchez-Casal in Naples, Fla with a total of 75 professionals participating in 13 divisions in the field. The total prize money for the tournament was $7,000 and the four-day tournament was open to all USPTA-certified professionals from around the country.
Ianni (Miami, Fla) defeated Wyatt McCoy (Minneapolis, Minn.) to win the Men's Open Singles 6-0, 3-0 retired. With his win at the 2017 USPTA National Clay Court Championships, this marks his first win on the 2017 USPTA Surface Championship Series.
On the Women's side, Zlochova (Lake Worth, Fla.) defeated Anastasia Zviahintseva (Naples, Fla.) to win the Women's Open Singles in two sets 6-0, 4-1 retired.
The next event will be the USPTA Grass Court Championships on June 20-23 at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I.
To register for the 2017 USPTA Grass Court Championships, visit https://www.setteo.com/torneos/uspta-grass-court-championships/.
For more information on the USPTA Surface Championships, visit uspta.com/tournaments.
2017 USPTA National Clay Court Championships Results
Men's Open Singles
Stefano Ianni (Orlando, Fla.) def. Wyatt McCoy (Minneapolis, Minn) 6-0, 3-0 retired
Women's Open Singles
Zuzana Zlochova (Lake Worth, Fla.) def. Anastasia Zviahintseca 6-0, 4-1 retired
Consolation Men's Open Singles
Dural Morris (Hortonville,WI) def. Carlos Salazar (Tulsa, Okla) 6-4, 6-3
Men's Open Doubles
Franco Mata (Naples, Fla.) and Jicham Zaatini (Naples, Fla.) def. Alex Millet (Naples, Fla.) and Jose Pastrello (Naples, Fla.) 6-4, 2-6, 10-7
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