Tennis Exhibition and Twilight Dinner Party a Hit

Nearly 100 spectators attended South Yarmouth Tennis Club event...
(L to R) Steve Francis, Max Francis, Sonny Bisazza, Aidan Roach, Patrick Weyth (Courtesy photo)

Nearly 100 spectators enjoyed a terrific doubles exhibition featuring four of Cape Cod's best homegrown talents on Saturday evening at the South Yarmouth Tennis Club on a picture perfect Cape Cod evening. 

Players included Sonny Bisazza, Max Francis,  Aidan Roach and Patrick Wyeth – some of the best Cape Cod players to ever pick up a racquet.  (Please see bios below.) 

A lovely dinner followed the event, hosted by club volunteers, including clam chowder, summer grilled chicken, grilled green beans, many salads and over a dozen delicious homemade desserts.

The event honored the nearly 100 members of the Benefactors Club that have contributed to the club's success over the years. 

Exhibition Player Bios 

Sonny Bisazza is a recent graduate of Franklin Pierce University, where he played #1.

Sonny was a top collegiate  Northeast 10 player and was the captain of the Division 1 State Championship High School Team at Barnstable High School.

Max Francis is going into his Junior Year at Assumption College, where he played #1 as a sophomore. Max and Sonny were teammates on the state championship team in 2015.

Max set all time BHS records with 106 wins and going 18-0 in post season team wins.

Aidan Roach is a two-sport athlete, having competed in Ice Hockey and Tennis in high school. Once he concentrated fully on Tennis he became the #1 player at Curry College, from which he graduated.

Patrick Wyeth is a recent graduate of Boston College, as a business major. Patrick has been a top USTA player and was the Division 1 State Singles Champion in Massachusetts.


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