The Helen Ross McNabb Center is thrilled to host the Knoxville Challenger, a six day professional tennis event, held in Knoxville, TN on November 6-11, 2018 at the Goodfriend Indoor Tennis Center. The Challenger series is part of the USTA Pro Circuit series, which is designed to provide opportunities to aspiring young American professional tennis players to advance to the top levels of the game.
Players competing include pros beginning their careers, pros trying to improve their ATP rankings, and top-ranked junior players. By participating in events, like the Knoxville Challenger, players from the USTA Pro Circuit rise to a level of prominence in the major tour.
Many of the current top-ranked American players as well as many international stars have all competed in the Knoxville Challenger as they were climbing the world rankings. These pros will compete for a total purse of $75,000 in prize money and for valuable ATP ranking points.
To learn more, please visit our Tournament Info section.
The Helen Ross McNabb Center is a premier not for profit provider of behavioral health services in East Tennessee. Since 1948, the Center has provided quality and compassionate care to children, adults and families facing mental illness, addiction and social challenges.
With a professional staff including psychiatrists, nurses, clinicians, and case managers, the Center’s clients receive quality care tailored to their specific needs. Services are designed for the express purpose of helping people live successfully in their own communities. The Center utilizes best practice standards throughout our delivery system. We recognize and embrace treatment models for individuals who experience both mental health and addiction issues. Although services span across social and economical lines, the Center has a rich history of going above and beyond to provide necessary care to those in the community with the most severe, persistent mental illnesses and the least resources to treat them.
The Helen Ross McNabb Center currently serves 25 counties and 26,000 individuals each year. As the Center begins its 70th year of providing services to communities in East Tennessee, its mission remains clear and simple; “Improving the lives of the people we serve.”
For more information regarding the Helen Ross McNabb Center’s services and programs, visit www.mcnabbcenter.org.