Michael Chang set numerous "youngest player records," turning pro at just 15 years of age. In 1987, he became the youngest player to win a main draw match at the U.S. Open and the youngest to reach a Tour semifinal. Becoming the youngest French Open / Grand Slam Champion ever in 1989, he then became the youngest to rank in the Top 5. Michael Chang continues to compete in the PowerShares Series with other tennis legends of his time. In addition to competing, coaching, speaking engagements, and hosting one of Orange County’s premiere tennis tournaments, Michael Chang enjoys time with his wife Amber and their three children.

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The annual Michael Chang Tennis Classic is one of Southern California’s most popular USTA tennis tournaments bringing people together for great competition and fun on the courts! The Chang Classic is a wonderful avenue that allows the Chang Family Foundation to connect with the Southern California tennis community while raising funds for the work of the foundation and HomeAid OC. The Chang Classic is more than a weekend tennis tournament, it’s a two weekend event that gives tennis players opportunities to compete, improve their tennis skills, make new friends, and be encouraged in life. The tournament is held every July in Newport Beach.

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In January 2002, the Chang Family Foundation launched the Christian Sports League (CSL) in Seattle, Washington. Its mission is to introduce people to Christ by using sports as an avenue through which individuals can see, hear, and experience the Christian faith. CSL annually operates a volleyball and basketball league as well as hosting the Spikefest Charity Grass Volleyball Tournament every Summer to benefit Urban Impact of Seattle, a local organization that partners with families and communities to break the cycle of social, material, and spiritual poverty. Through these leagues and events, CSL is dedicated to bringing communities together and spreading God's love.

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