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Wall Street Tennis Challenge Fights Ovarian Cancer

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Thirty doubles tennis teams came out to support this year’s Wall Street Tennis Challenge on at the Field Club of Greenwich. Wall Street’s biggest players and top pros from the Tri-State area played in competitive round robin matches during the day.

During the evening, the semi-finals and finals were played under the lights in front of guests as they enjoyed a cocktail party, followed by dinner, an auction and dancing to DJ April Larkin’s tunes.

The event was founded by Marjorie Pastel to honor her mother, Bette Drymer Shapiro, who died in 1998 after a six-year batter with ovarian cancer. All proceeds benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance.

Photographs by Emily Masino

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