Professional Tennis Returns to Las Vegas, NV October 14-20, 2019
The Las Vegas Tennis Open announced that Jack Sock of Lincoln, Nebraska will headline the competitors for the 2019 Las Vegas Tennis Open, a ATP
Challenger 80 event, hosted at The Frank and Vicki Fertitta Tennis Complex, October 14-20. The tournament is a vital stop on the ATP Challenger Tour and one of over 150 events scheduled to take place in the 2019 season. Total prize money of $54,160 and 80 ATP rankings points will be up for grabs as top tennis professionals from around the world look to make one last push in their season.

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Congratulations to our two Men's teams who have won their respective divisions of the 2019 Adult 55 &?Over League Sectional Championships held in Denver, Colorado, Sept. 20-22, 2019. All teams now qualify to advance to their National Championships in Surprise (AZ) in October or November. For all National Championship dates visit

DragonRidge CC Men’s 8.0 Captain Marty Mitchell, Sandy Milmeister, Mark Smith, Matthew Mills, Russell Boone, John Fish, Tony Tijerina and Willie Ayon

TPC Men’s 9.0 Captain Jay Lavis, Derek Hillman, Mark Norman, David Morgan, Ken Shioi, Nestor Braganza, Zdenek Cernoch, Gerritt Barendregt, Jim McNamara, William Anstett and Robert Kinas


Congratulations to the 4.5 Spanish Trail Team (Captain: Stacey Carney; Devon Allgower, Kimberly Taeubel, Kathleen Janssen, Catherine Pfarrer, Hillary Wolfson, Julia Bush, Heidi Chackel, Nicole Bedard, Stacey Heroy, Pamela Loyd, Jackie White, Dawn Farber, Robin Stenger) who won their respective division at the 2019 Adult 40 & Over League Sectional Championships held in Denver, Colorado, Sept. 13-15, 2019. All teams now qualify to advance to their respective National Championships in October. For more detailed National Championship dates and locations, visit


WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Sept. 6, 2019 - The USTA today announced that Cherrial Odell of Las Vegas and Stevie Gould of Corte Madera, Calif., were named the winners of the 2019 USTA Bill Talbert Junior Sportsmanship Award. The two were honored at the USTA Semi-Annual Meeting at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City on Sept. 2.

Odell, 17, is an active and dedicated member of the Marty Hennessy Inspiring Children Foundation, a Las Vegas-area NJTL chapter. She has won countless sportsmanship, athletic and humanitarian awards, including the prestigious Horatio Algiers Association Scholarship and was selected to be a Quest Bridge Scholar, and recently was offered a scholarship to attend Stanford University. Odell credits tennis and her NJTL for saving her life after a rough upbringing and has become a public speaker and mental health advocate, using her struggles to inspire others.

Her national tennis results, academic excellence and sportsmanship has earned her the role as captain of Team Bryan, a USTA Foundation NJTL Excellence Team led by the Bryan Brothers, the most decorated doubles team in the history of tennis. To help others, she created the "Little Bryans" tennis and mentoring program through her NJTL where she teaches and mentors close to 45 children weekly. Just recently, Odell created the No Quit podcast to help bring the lessons she learned at her NJTL to other teenagers.



We’re here to welcome a new generation of players and help them usher in the next era of tennis. By working with coaches, schools and parents, and offering them the full support of the USTA, we are ready to break new ground on and off the court.

To the Net Generation, we’re excited to meet you. USTA’s new youth brand, Net Generation, is for kids ages 5-18 and is designed to suit players based on their skill level and developmental readiness. This approach provides coaches the flexibility to modify lessons to better meet the needs of the player and facilitate development, making learning more fun.

We believe in creating a positive and welcoming environment for all youth players. By focusing on play, building character and championing individual challenges, we empower kids to grow and develop at their own pace. It’s all about providing players the opportunity to enjoy tennis on their own terms. Join the Net Generation family and take advantage of the benefits. If you are a provider, get access to our suite of teaching and promotional tools, starter kits with curriculum and Net Generation gear, and event opportunities all for FREE. If you are a parent or player, get access to coaches, programs, Net Generation events, gear and more. Visit Net for information about playing, coaching and more!


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