School is almost over, which means it is time for Summer Camp!
USTA Florida’s Volunteer Access Program provides anyone the opportunity to volunteer at local events in the tennis community.
Thank you all for your enthusiastic participation in this year’s Battle of the Clubs!
Hi Treasure Coast Providers,
Special Olympics is looking for another volunteer tennis coach to work with their tennis athletes. With tennis being considered a low-risk sport, along with golf, tennis will be one of the first sports to resume in-person practices/trainings while following Covid Guidelines.
This could be a great volunteer opportunity for coaches who are interested as well as your members. Please feel free to pass this information along to your members.
To become a Special Olympics Coach, click here.
Questions should be directed to Kyle Townsend, Manager, Sports Training & Competition for Special Olympics Florida-Treasure Coast, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Aldo Burga spoke with Violeta from her training location Spain. Check it out!
Frank Froehling III, a legendary player in Florida tennis history, died at the age of 77 on Jan. 23, 2020 in Stuart, Fla. Froehling, whose full name was Frank Arthur Froehling III, had been battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia for several years.
The Florida legend, who was raised in Coral Gables, was a college standout at Trinity University in Texas. During his college career he recorded 46-5 in singles matches and won nine singles titles.
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Nearly 190 players converged on Buttonwood Tennis Club Sunday to fight for pride in representing their respective tennis clubs. It was a beautiful day for players and spectators alike. Sixteen clubs entered teams consisting of men and women at the 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 levels. Each division played men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles.
All this activity was organized by the expert professionals at Buttonwood TC and assisted by volunteers from the Treasure Coast Tennis Foundation. Early refreshments and lunch were provided. Pro-shop merchandise sales and raffle prize drawings topped off the fun and festivities.
At the end of the day, the North River Shores team took home Battle Trophy. NRSTC will hold the Trophy until this time next year when the Battle commences again!
See you then!