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USTA Florida 10 and under Rule Change for all 2012 Junior Tournaments

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Results: 11 Record(s) Found.

More Than 60 Youth, Family Tennis Events in Florida This March

From Altamonte Springs to West Palm Beach, in Kissimmee and Lacoochee, more than 60 tennis Play Events for the whole family, all ages and levels are happening near you in Florida this March, with more than 60 registered across the state. Read More

Tennis Briefs(4): Shock Opponent for U.S. Fed Cup; More

U.S. Fed Cup Captain Mary Joe Fernandez hoped to draw a comfortable home tie when the match-ups for the Fed Cup World Group Playoffs were announced today, but the news was the opposite -- a difficult away tie at Italy to determine which team will advance to the upper-echelon World Group I for 2016. Read More

Tennis Briefs(2): Fed Cup Preview; Tennis on Campus

Vandeweghe replaced Madison Keys (leg injury sustained at the Australian Open) on the team, while Townsend replaced Varvara Lepchenko (recovering from illness). The U.S. will compete in World Group II in 2015 for just the second time since the World Group format was instituted in 1995. Read More

Tennis Briefs(4): Grants, Vickery Wins 2nd Pro Circuit, More

USTA Florida has announced its new series of Team Tennis Challenges for youth players ages 7-18 across the state. In 2015, these fun team events will be hosted as two independent series: with four events scheduled in South Florida this spring, and four more events scheduled for the fall in North Florida. Read More

Tennis Briefs(5): Register for March Play Days; More

Tennis facilities and organizers can fill-up their programs with kids this March -- and receive a $50 Gift Card from the USTA. Read More

Tennis Coach Who Refuses to Cut Players Changing Lives in Orlando

"Sorry, but you didn't make the team." Read More

Vickery Wins All-Florida Plantation USTA Pro Circuit Final, Heads to Daytona

As the top women tennis players in the world kicked off the 2015 Grand Slam season at the Australian Open, two of the potential next wave of American stars were contesting the USTA Pro Circuit title in Plantation, Fla., and valuable WTA tour ranking points. Read More

Tennis Briefs(4): U30 Grant, FSU on ESPN, Scholarships, More

Under-30 tennis teaching professionals are the future industry drivers, and the USTA Florida Section (United States Tennis Association) and the USPTA Florida Division (United States Professional Tennis Association) will team up once again in 2015 with a $5,000 partnership grant from USTA Florida to support the USPTA Florida Division's U30 Project. Read More

Tennis Briefs(5): Orlando, Daytona, Delray Upcoming Tourneys; More

The Orlando stop of the USTA Women's Pro Circuit will hold a Wild Card Tournament on Feb. 28-March 2, 2015, open to any female 14 years or older. The event will be hosted on the 11 clay courts at the Orlando Tennis Centre. Read More

Tennis Briefs: ATP Delray Needs Ball Kids; Ft. Lauderdale Wheelchair Grant

The City of Fort Lauderdale Parks & Recreation was part of a record $86,000 in USTA Wheelchair Tennis Grassroots Grants to 20 wheelchair tennis programs nationwide, the USTA national body announced this week. Read More
Results: 11 Record(s) Found.



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