John Isner (USA) returns a volley to Nick Kyrgios (Australia) in the singles finals of the BB&T Atlanta Open on Sunday, August 7, 2016, in Atlanta. Curtis Compton /ccompton@ajc.com
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Professional tennis, with some spectators, coming to Gwinnett

Metro Atlanta will host a professional men’s tennis event next month that will allow some spectators. The DraftKings All-American Team Cup will be held July 3-5 at Life Time Athletic and Tennis in Peachtree Corners.

The event will allow ticketed fans into the stadium with social-distancing measures in place by limited and measured sales to the public.

John Isner, who played at Georgia, is one of the scheduled players in a team competition. Isner currently is ranked No. 21 on the ATP Tour and will be joined by Taylor Fritz (No. 24), Reilly Opelka (No. 39), Sam Querrey (No. 45), Tennys Sandgren (No. 55), Tommy Paul (No. 57), Steve Johnson (No. 63) and Frances Tiafoe (No. 81).

Tickets are now available.

The event will benefit the Folded Flag Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that provides educational scholarships and support grants to the spouses and children of the U.S. military and government personnel who died as a result of hostile action or in an accident related to U.S. combat operations. The winning team will present a $10k check to Folded Flag to help honor and support military families who have served our country.

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