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Florida Tennis Briefs(2): Bollettieri Promotes Masters Tennis; More

March 3, 2014 03:36 PM
Bollettieri Promotes Short-court Masters Tennis in Florida

At clubs and facilities across Florida, Masters Tennis is bringing players back to the court that had left the game due to age or injuries, or other issues that no longer allowed them to comfortably play full-court tennis.

Legendary coach Nick Bollettieri is a supporter of Masters Tennis, played on the shorter 60-foot court within a full-size 78-foot court for a wide array of players -- veterans looking to get back in the game after injuries, players who can no longer cover a full court, or adults newer to the game looking for a fun challenge.



The 60-foot court with the lower-bouncing "orange ball" also provides the perfect learning laboratory for players or teaching pros working with new players. Players can use their regular racquets, or smaller racquets which provide more control.

For more on Masters Tennis or grants for Masters Tennis equipment or court lines at Florida facilities, go to www.MastersTennisFlorida.com.


UF Tennis Club to Host Gator Classic Tennis Tournament

GatorsThe Gator Classic Tennis Tournament will take place on March 15-16, 2014 on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville.

"This tournament is an opportunity for Gainesville top juniors, adults, former or current varsity players, and top club teams around the state to compete against each other," says organizer Adam Decker.

The event will include singles, doubles and mixed doubles with a double elimination format. Matches start at 8 a.m. on both days. Play will be best of three sets. T-shirts will be provided for all participants.

Registration deadline is March 12.

For more info e-mail aadecker91@gmail.com or go to www.ufclubtennis.com/tournamentSignup.php.

 
 

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