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July 29, 2014
The Intermountain Tennis Association, a Section of the United States Tennis Association, is now accepting resumes for the Tennis Service Representative position in Las Vegas, Nevada. This person will be responsible for working with the Intermountain Section and the Nevada District to promote and grow the game of tennis in Southern Nevada.

Click here for complete job description and requirements


   
AT THE DARLING TENNIS CENTER 7901 West Washington, Las Vegas, NV 89128.

WHEN: Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 6 from 6-9 p.m.

WHO: You, your friends, other high school players and local certified teaching pros and collegiate players.

WHY: To help you get ready for the upcoming high school tennis season.

COST: $10 total for USTA Members and $20 total for non-USTA Members. The fee is the same if you attend either one or both nights. The non-USTA Member Fee of $20 includes the cost of a USTA Junior Membership (an $20 value).

REGISTRATION/INFORMATION: To register online, simply complete this Registration Form, or for further information, please call the Nevada Tennis Association at 702-792-8384 x101. Players are encouraged to register for the camp before Tuesday, August 5. However, players can also register at the Darling Tennis Center the first or second night of the camp.


   
2014 USTA MIXED 18 & OVER SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
Boise, ID
Sunday, July 20, 2014


Congratulations to all Intermountain teams who have won their respective divisions of the 2014 USTA Mixed 18 &?Over League Sectional Championships held in Boise, Idaho, July 18-20, 2014. All teams now qualify to advance to their National Championships in Tucson, Arizona, in November. For National Championship dates and locations, visit www.usta.com/leaguechampionships. Continue Reading




   
Barnes Tennis Center Set to Host Top American Junior Tennis Players at United States
Tennis Association Girls’ 16s & 18s National Championships,
July 31- August 9, 2014

Champion Earns Women’s Singles Main Draw Wild Card to US Open in Flushing, N.Y.

San Diego, Calif. (June 30, 2014) ? The Barnes Tennis Center, a 24-court tennis facility which has been
dedicated to serving the youth of San Diego since 1995, will host the United States Tennis Association
Girls’ 16s & 18s National Championships from July 31 through August 9, 2014.

This year marks the fifth year the combined USTA Girls’ 16s & 18s National tournament will be played at
the Barnes Tennis Center, located at 4490 W. Point Loma Blvd, San Diego, Calif., 92107.

?We are honored to host this prestigious junior tennis event,? said Kerry Blum, Executive Director of
Youth Tennis San Diego, which owns and operates the Barnes Tennis Center. "Events such as the Girls'
Nationals affirm our mission to promote the educational, physical, and social development of all youth
through organized tennis and educational activities." Continue Reading


   


The free tennis campaign was so successful that it will be continued through December 31, 2014. This will give everyone in our community a chance to start playing tennis...the sport of a lifetime.

Get your FREE tennis lesson by completing this Registration Form or call the United States Tennis Association in Nevada at (702) 792-8384 ext 101. When you register, you will be emailed a certificate for a free tennis clinic and a free loaner racquet at the facility closest to you. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! In addition, everyone who registers online or by calling the USTA Nevada office to redeem their free tennis class will also receive a free Nevada Tennis Association membership, which includes an e-newsletter and invitations to many of our community events.

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State-of-the-Art Facility to House USTA Player Development and
USTA Community Tennis Divisions and Will Enhance the Sport at Every Level

University of Central Florida Tennis Program to Call New Facility Home


WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., May 14, 2014 ? The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today announced its plans to create the new home for American tennis, a state-of-the-art facility at Lake Nona area in Orlando, Fla., that will enhance the sport at every level. The 100-plus court tennis center, which will house the USTA’s Community Tennis and Player Development divisions, will be divided into dedicated areas that will focus on the complete tennis pathway ? from the youngest players, to recreational players, to collegians, to future professional players, and to professional tour level players. The target completion date is the fourth quarter of 2016.
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Mike Bryan is the first player to win 100 tour-level doubles titles after he and twin brother Bob triumphed at the MonteCarlo on Sunday. The Americans captured their 98th team title as they defeated Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo, 6-3, 3-6, 10-8. in 72 minutes.

"It's amazing to hit triple digits," said Mike Bryan. "It's a great milestone to say that you have a hundred, to be the first player to hit a hundred titles. Kind of snuck up on us pretty quick. Last few years we've been really hot. We always wanted to beat the Woodies' record of 61. Then trying to clip Todd Woodbridge's 83 titles. All of a sudden I’m at 99." Continue Reading


   
Dear Family, Friends and Supporters,
So many of you are so nice to send us positive words of congratulations after each title we win and we are always very grateful. Instead of that this time, can we ask you to kindly help and support us in another way? The Bryan Brothers Foundation was nominated for the Most Valuable Philanthropist competition. The winner gets $100,000 to donate to their charity of choice. If we win, all the proceeds will go directly to Bryan Brothers Foundation.

This is a social media competition that is measured by votes. Anyone can vote 3 times a day. The Bryan Brother Foundation is currently in 2nd place! Here is the link:
http://givkwik.com/asu



   
By Jan Hogan, Las Vegas Review Journal
March 29, 2014

Local tennis enthusiasts are scoring big with the news that the United States Tennis Association’s Nevada chapter has received a $50,000 grant to further its children’s programs.

Ryan Wolfington, executive director of USTA-Nevada, said he thought Las Vegas was selected by the USTA for the grant because of the success of its 2013 free tennis initiative. "It did so well that when we got the grant, we applied using that information and talked about the success of the campaign,? Wolfington said. ?We had 650 people sign up for free lessons. That’s a pretty big number. ? It’s a hard grant to get. It shows that they believe in your market, that you’ve shown improvement and growth potential. It’s like a stamp of approval."

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Bryans Win Davis Cup Doubles Match in San Diego Over the Brits
By Sandra Harwitt, Feb. 1, 2014

SAN DIEGO: The Bryan Brothers were back to their usual reliable form in securing the doubles point for Team USA against Great Britain in the Davis Cup first round tie this weekend. Bob and Mike Bryan, taking to the court with the USA trailing 0-2, delivered the first point of their team with a 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 win over the British Davis Cup duo of Colin Fleming and Dominic Inglot. Continue Reading




   
Top level junior and pro tennis coaches are in a class onto themselves. They are sources of
information and strategic insight that work tirelessly at their skills, looking for every possible
way to excel at what they are doing. I have been fortunate to come across such a coach who is
visiting us from Germany who is undeniably one of the prominent coaches for the past two
decades. READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE


 
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