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Countrywide Classic Tennis Tournament
Being held in Los Angeles, California the Countrywide Classic tennis tournament was formerly known as the Mercedes Benz Cup. It is a Tennis tournament held on the ATP Tour international Series and is held in July or August every year.
The tournament has featured number of top ranked men in the Professional tennis world since 1927 as well as the women since 1975. The tournament lasts for one week and is hosted at the Los Angles Tennis Center at UCLA.
Through its history some of the notable tennis figures that claimed the championship include Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Jimmy Connors, Arthur Ashe, John McEnroe and Billie Jean King. Among other tournaments, Countrywide Classic is also a part of US open Series.
International Series are held internationally and basically is a series of professional tennis tournaments that are the part of ATP tour. The series also offer notable cash purses to the players as well as the points that would take them up on the ATP rankings.
Indianapolis Tennis Championships originated as the Western Open Championships that were held for the first time in 1920 at the Woodstock Country Club. During that era it was more of a national tennis event that featured players that played either on local level or on national level.
In 1969, the open era of tennis was created as the tennis received even more popularity many of nationally recognized tennis players turned their attention towards Western Open Championship titles. This was era when Western Open Champion was started to be known as the U.S Open Clay Court Championships.
The viewer's interest grew even bigger by 1974, which is why the current venue that hosted the tournament wasn't sufficient enough, which is why tournament was temporarily moved to Indianapolis Racquet Club.
At that time Indianapolis Racquet Club ranked 2nd on being the largest indoor facility. Even after the move to Indianapolis Racquet Club, tournament still attracted some of the top players in the tennis world.
Some of the notable tennis figures that played in the tournament each year include Bjorn Borg, Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl Andres Gomez, and Jose Luis Clerc.
Apart from that, by means of the votes received by the tennis players, the tournament was also cited as the Tournament of the Year for the total of 11 time, out of which 10 times were in a consecutive manner from 1988 to 1997.
And for the 11th time it was named the Tournament of the Year in 2001.The joint help of corporate sponsors and the volunteers have made the tournament to provide the best tennis sporting action for the past 17 years.
When it comes to the longest running women's professional tennis tournament, it would be none other than the Bank of West Classic that acts as the first stop of the US open Series.
The Bank of the West Classic that is also a WTA Tour Tier II event, features 28 player singles draw and 16 team doubles draw. The total prize money offered at the tournament is of $700,000. The tournament is held at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium in the Stanford University campus.