Kim Cashman and David King of Clearwater won the husband/wife title at the National Family Tennis Championship in Naples.
CLEARWATER – A husband and wife duo captured the husband/wife title at the inaugural National Family Tennis Championship, held at the Waldorf Astoria in Naples Sept. 6-9.
There were five divisions of play: father/son, mother/son, mother/daughter, father/daughter, and husband/wife. David King and Kim Cashman of Clearwater were the husband/wife champs.
They play out of the Henry L. McMullen Tennis Complex, and in the final, they defeated Ben Goodman and Caroline Clark of Birmingham, Ala., 7-5, 6-4.
After participating in local competitions at tennis facilities in eight states, 18 teams earned an invitation to the national championships, which included three nights of hotel accommodations at the hotel. After an opening reception, the teams took to the courts in a round-robin tournament to determine a champion in the five divisions of play.