56th Annual Francis J. Robinson Memorial International Tournament
July 15-21, 2013
The Francis J. Robinson Memorial International Tournament is named after a local tennis player, Lt. Francis J. Robinson, a young serviceman who died in a military flight training mission in July 1958. A group of Lt. Robinson’s friends started a small tennis tournament in his honor that same summer. The “Robinson” has grown into a local event with 300-400 participants annually, ranging in divisions from 10 & under to 65 & over and is considered one of the longest running community tennis tournaments in the United States.
Use the links below for detailed entry information; to view the draws and Semis/Finals’ schedules; and review Robinson Champions, Finalists, and Special Award recipients. This information will be updated as it becomes available.
2013 Robinson Schedule of Play/Reporting Times, Tournament Rules and Entry Form
A $10 late registration fee will be assessed after 4pm, Friday July 5th. No entries or changes will be accepted after 4pm, Wednesday July 10th.
2013 Activities & Events
2013 Semifinals Schedule
2013 Finals Schedule
2013 Champions, Finalists and Special Award Recipients
Past Year’s Champions
Robinson Tournament Sponsors
We would like to express sincere appreciation and gratitude to the sponsors for their support of the 56th Annual Francis J. Robinson Memorial International Tournament. The tournament’s success is further achieved through generous support and helps provide our tennis community the benefit of special guests, events and activities. Thank you!
|Michigan Mutual, Inc.
||Port Huron Tennis House
||Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. / Jim Charron
|Mike and Connie Kleeves||Lozen, Kovar & Lozen Law Firm||Richard and Anna Kovar|
|The Arlene Johnson Family||The Sweeney Family||The Brozovich Family|
|Fred and Lezlynne Moore||Smith Family Funeral Home||Mid-West Appraisal / Lou Petho & Frank Sharp|
|The Basha Family|
If you would be interested in being a Robinson Tournament Sponsor, please contact Jim Charron at (810) 841-5733.