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USTA Hawaii Pacific Section
1888 Kalakaua Ave, C-309
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Community events at the 2012 Honolulu Challenger to involved the Boys and Girls Club Windward Clubhouse, Mokapu Elementary... Read More
Amer Delic and Travis Rettenmaier take doubles title Read More
The world's fastest rising tennis stars played at the Honolulu Challenger at the Kailua Racquet Club! Read More
Honolulu Challenger Crowd Pleaser Finals Tomorrow, Jan. 29 - Doubles at 10am followed by Singles at the Kailua Racquet Club. Read More
Semi-finals at the 2012 Honolulu Challenger will include former No. 15 in the world, Robby Ginepri. Read More
Sock and Smyczek upset seeds to advance into Quarterfinals of the Honolulu Challenger. Read More

Honolulu Challenger News

Sock and Smyczek upset top seeds to reach Quarter Finals

Sock and Smyczek upset seeds to advance into Quarterfinals Read More

Hawaii's Dennis Lajola bested by Jack Sock

Kuznetzov and Ginepri also advance in Hawaii’s only $50,000 USTA Pro Circuit event at Kailua Racquet Club, Jan. 22-29 Read More

Final Qualifying Rounds and Main Draw Matches Makes a Full Day and Night of Tennis

Rong Ma will play Qualifying Finals today and 1st Seed, Go Soeda, #99 in the world plays tonight. Read More

Honolulu Challenger Pros Visit Boys & Girls Club

The Kailua Clubhouse gets a special visit and meet the Honolulu Challenger Pros. Read More

Thomas Shubert & Rong Ma Advance in Qualifying

Thomas Shubert & Rong Ma Advance in Qualifying Read More

Lajola Earns Challenger Main Draw Entry!

The 2012 Honolulu Challenger adds Aiea's Dennis Lajola into the Main Draw. Read More

COMMUNITY TENNIS EVENTS - 2012 Honolulu Challenger

2012 Honolulu Challenger Community events involved the Boys & Girls Club Windward Clubhouse, Mokapu Elementary & Hawaii's Military. Read More

Soeda sails through, Ginepri upsets two.

Semi-finals at the 2012 Honolulu Challenger will include former No. 15 in the world, Robby Ginepri. Read More

Soeda - singles champion of 2012 Honolulu Challenger!

Amer Delic and Travis Rettenmaier take doubles title Read More

Military Appreciation at the 2012 Honolulu Challenger

The 2012 Honolulu Challenger honored 14 service men and women from Schofield Barracks at the final day of the tournament. Read More

USTA School Day at the 2012 Honolulu Challenger

USTA School Day at the 2012 Honolulu Challenger served-up tennis to over 50 fourth graders from Mokapu Elementary located at the Kaneohe Marine Base. Read More

Rong Ma wins singles & doubles title

of 2012 Oahu Club Honolulu Masters Open Championships. He earned a singles, main draw wildcard into the Hawaii Challenger tournament in January 2013. Read More


      January 22 - 29, 2012

       Kailua Racquet Club




 New at The Honolulu Challenger
Follow the progress of your favorite USTA Pro Circuit players all week with live scoring from the Honolulu Challenger.



The USTA Pro Circuit Challengers in Hawaii have played a significant role in providing a platform for our American players to break through the top 100 and serve as the gateway towards Grand Slam event success.  Andy Roddick, James Blake, Robby Ginepri and Dimitry Tursonov had the most success after winning singles titles at the Waikoloa Challenger on the Big Island.  Roddick, Blake and Ginepri were members of the Davis Cup soon after their victories and joined the Bryan Brothers, Bob and Mike, in numerous world team events.  Part of the great tradition, the Honolulu Challenger has become an important tournament leg for players returning to the mainland after competing in the Australian Open.


Michael Russell and Ryan Harrison have been the most recent champions, 2010 and 2011 respectively, since moving the event to Oahu.  Donald Young competed in 2010, giving us a glimpse of his struggle to rebound and before his tremendous performance at 2011 US Open in the quarterfinals. The event is currently supported and organized by the USTA Hawaii Pacific Section.
Other players that have competed in Hawaii’s Challenger events include Michael Chang, Paradorn Srichaphan, David Nalbandian, Taylor Dent, Paul Goldstein, Vince Spadea, Robert Kendrik and Jan-Michael Gambill.



          Year      Champion            Runner-up           Score

          2000       Paul Goldstein          Andre Sa                 7-5, 6-2

          2001       Andy Roddick          James Blake            1-6, 6-3, 6-1

          2002       James Blake           Martin Verkerk          6-2, 6-3

          2003       Robby Ginepri         Neville Godwin       6-3, 6-3

          2004       Dimitry Tursunov     Alejandro Falla       7-5, 7-6

          2005       Paul Goldstein          Cecil Mamiit              6-2, 6-2

          2006       Frank Dancevic      Yen-Hsun Lu          6-7, 6-2, 6-2

          2007       Michael Russell        Jamie Baker             6-1, 7-5

          2008        Yen-Hsun Lu          Vince Spadea         6-2, 6-0

          2010       Michael Russell        Grega Zemlja           6-3, 6-0

          2011       Ryan Harrison         Alex Kuznetsov       6-4, 3-6, 6-4

          2012        Go Soeda                Robby Ginepri         6-3, 7-6 (5)             



With approximately 90 tournaments hosted annually throughout the country and prize money ranging from $10,000 to $100,000, the USTA Pro Circuit is the pathway to the US Open and tour-level competition for aspiring tennis players and a frequent battleground for established professionals. The USTA launched its Pro Circuit 33 years ago to provide players with the opportunity to gain professional ranking points, and it has since grown to become the largest developmental tennis circuit in the world, offering nearly $3 million in prize money. Last year, more than 1,000 men and women from more than 70 countries competed in cities nationwide. Mardy Fish, Maria Sharapova, Andy Roddick, Caroline Wozniacki, James Blake, Li Na and Andy Murray are among today’s top stars who began their careers on the USTA Pro Circuit.


The USTA Hawaii Pacific Section is one of the 17 geographic sections within the USTA organizations.  Incorporated in 1997, the Hawaii Pacific Section embraces over 7,800 individual members and 109 organizational members in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam and Saipan.  In addition, the Hawaii Pacific Section is further subdivided into five districts:  Kauai, Oahu, Maui, East Hawaii & West Hawaii.  


The Hawaii Pacific Section is a volunteer-based organization dedicated to carrying out the goals of the national association within its region, particularly with respect to promoting tennis opportunities for juniors and adults of all abilities and all cultural backgrounds.  By evaluating and establishing goals, policies and objectives the USTA Hawaii Pacific Section Board of Directors provides the road map from which the professional staff, headed by the executive director, and other volunteers follow to achieve the mission – To promote and develop the growth of tennis.




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