The State Games of Oklahoma Tennis Tournament to be held in Enid in 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – Tennis will once again be a part of the sport listing for The State Games of Oklahoma – 2018 Summer Games. The tournament will be held in Enid, Oklahoma from June 29 – July 1 at the Oakwood Country Club. This marks the first-time a State Games event will be held in the City of Enid.

Matt Lopez and Dwayne Campbell will be the new sport directors for the tournament. “We are excited to offer a change of scenery for participants and welcome everyone to Enid. We can’t wait to host the games and deliver a great tournament experience to all,” Lopez said.

The adult tournament is expected to attract over 100 athletes from across the state to participate in the three-day event. The competition will be open to athletes of all abilities from novice to expert.

The tournament is made possible through a new partnership between The State Games of Oklahoma and the Enid Tennis Association, Oakwood Country Club and the Visit Enid office.

“Here at Visit Enid, we greatly appreciate the City of Enid’s attention to refurbishing many of the tennis courts available in town. The results of those efforts are being awarded events such as The State Games of Oklahoma. An event that will bring new visitors to town and expose them to what Enid has to offer,” said Marcy Jarrett, Director of Visit Enid.

Registration will open later this spring. For more information on the Tennis tournament and other State Games events, visit the official site at

The State Games of Oklahoma is the official State Games for the state of Oklahoma. In 1989, Oklahoma City All Sports Association adopted the State Games. The Olympic based State Games are officially endorsed by the United States Olympic Committee. The games welcome all amateur athletes, regardless of age or ability, to participate in the wide variety of sports offered. The purpose of The State Games of Oklahoma is to help unite all communities in Oklahoma through sport, health, and wellness. 

The Oklahoma City All Sports Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, which is proud to serve as the sports commission for Oklahoma City. It is one of the oldest sports commissions in the country, contributing more than 50 years of great service to the city. The Oklahoma City All Sports Association exists to SECURE, CREATE, PROMOTE, EXECUTE and HOST quality, family-oriented amateur sporting events in the state of Oklahoma.