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Standing O serves congrats to the Prospect Park Tennis Team for acing the competition

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Game, set, and match to masters of the net Nigel Liverpool, Nadia Lysak, Anna Geogiani, Eduardo Gil, and Julie Lilien, who won the Battle of the Boroughs Tennis Challenge last month for the second year in a row.

The Prospect Park team aced the Brooklyn portion of the benefit tournament — hosted by CityParks Foundation and the United States Tennis Association Eastern — that gives adult teams from across the city a chance to compete in local parks and earn a slot in the citywide championships at the Billie Jean King National Center in Queens in July.

The challenge raises money for CityParks Tennis, which provides free tennis lessons and activities for children at 40 city parks.

Standing O serves a well-deserved shout-out to these local champs.

Prospect Park Tennis Center [50 Parkside Ave. at Prospect Park Southwest in Prospect Park, (718) 436-2500].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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