On Sunday the 2019 Elderton Tennis Classic enjoyed amazing spring weather for a great day of competition.
Beginning the day at the Nuriootpa tennis courts, a round robin qualifying was held with 27 mixed doubles teams.
The Fast4 tournament was facilitated by Matt Zadow and his team from the Nuriootpa Tennis Club, as a major club fundraiser.
After lunch the event moved to Elderton's Cellar Door, for the finals which were played on the grass court.
Spectators were able to take front row seats for the finals, relax on the lawn with food by Barossa Street Food, and take a quick dip in the pool to cool off.
The 'Here to Win' category had many strong competitors, with great tennis played throughout the day.
The grand final saw some entertaining rallies played and a tough fight to the final point.
2019 Elderton Tennis Classic champions Olivia Ley and Oliver Douglas won a dozen Ashmead Cabernet Sauvignon and two tickets to the Australian Open semi-finals.
Runners-up were James Chataway and Natalia Djukic (also runners-up in 2018).
'Here to Wine' category winners, Aaron Neaves and Emilie Staehr, won a dozen Ashmead Cabernet Sauvignon and two tickets to the Adelaide International.
Runners-up were Emily Hayes and Casa Carboni's own Matteo Carboni (also runners-up in 2018).
Prizes were also awarded to Best Dressed, Aash Sharma and Simone Grzesch; Runners-up Best Dressed, Sheryl Lehmann and Ian Sanford; Best Commander Shot of the Day, Dean Booker; Encouragement Award, Jaysen and Tracy Collins; Special Award, Sam Hayes and Anna Cameron.
Thank you was extended to Tennis SA, Nuriootpa Tennis Club and Kia for their support of the 2019 Elderton Tennis Classic.