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Vanderbilt University hosts 40th Annual 'Music City Tennis Invitational'

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

Vanderbilt University hosts the 40th annual "Music City Tennis Invitational" this weekend at the university's Tennis Center.

It is the longest-running music related tennis tournament in the country.

More than 200 players of varying skill-sets will be competing this year in the "One Day Tournament" on Saturday and the "Two Day Tournament" on Saturday and Sunday.

Tournament director Bill Riddle said, "We're very fortunate, because we've had in past years some of the Titans and former Titans playing. And this year, once again, we have Ken Amato back. I think this is his fifth year playing with us. And Kerry Collins, former quarterback for the Titans, he's out with us playing this weekend.

Money raised from the tournament benefits the Child Development Center at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital.

You can watch the tournament  for free on Sunday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

For more information on this event visit their web site by clicking here.

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