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Clear your calendar: Professional tennis returns to Stowe Mountain Lodge on August 18-22, 2018!

The Stowe Mountain Lodge Classic hosts some of the top men's tennis players coming to Stowe to prepare for the US Open, which takes place the following place in New York. The second-year event builds on the success of the 2017 tournament, won by world #22 Albert Ramos! Stay at the luxurious Stowe Mountain Lodge and you'll be steps away from this eight-player exhibition match!

This event already has commitments from world #62 and ATP NextGen star Frances Tiafoe and Japanese player Yoshihito Nishioka. This year the Stowe Mountain Lodge Classic will intensify the competition by awarding $35,000 in prize money, and has expanded its draw from six to eight players! The remainder of the eight-man field will be filled with ATP pros ranked in the Top 100, and showcase matches from Sunday, August 19th through Wednesday, August 22nd.

The Stowe Mountain Lodge Classic is hosted at Spruce Peak and is managed by Grand Slam Tennis Tours.

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Yoshihito Nishioka - ”Yoshi” reached a career high of #58 in the ATP rankings in 2017, representing Japan in Davis Cup, notching his first Top 20 win over Jack Sock, and scoring a major upset of Tomas Berdych at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, before an ACL injury sidelined him for the majority of the 2017 season. He's back and reclaiming his ranking in 2018 and looking to use the Stowe Mountain Lodge Classic as preparation for a strong showing at the US Open.
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Frances Tiafoe - Frances is currently ranked #62 in the world and is widely regarded as one of the top tennis prospects in the world. Tiafoe won his first ATP Tour title this year at Delray Beach, and he is the 4th youngest player in the ATP Top 100. Frances was introduced to tennis when his father was working as a custodian at a tennis facility in College Park, Maryland, where he began training at the age of 5.
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