Announcing the 2019 schedule of activities for our annual Junior Tennis Camp!

Cost: $80 members | $100 non members

  • 2019 Junior Tennis Camp Schedule — June 3-7
  • Ages 10 and under/Red and Orange Ball — June 10-14
  • Ages 10-14/Green Ball — June 17-21
  • Intermediate and Advanced/Yellow Ball — June 24-28
  • Ages 10 and under/Red and Orange Ball — July 8-12
  • Ages 10-14/Green Ball — July 15-19
  • Intermediate and Advanced/Yellow Ball — July 22-26
  • Ages 10 and under/Red and Orange Ball — July 29-August 2
  • Ages 10-14/Green Ball — August 6-10
  • Intermediate and Advanced/Yellow Ball — 1:00-4:00 pm

Stay tuned for specific dates and times — and enjoy these events as well as our regularly scheduled cardio tennis, men

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Announcing the 2018 schedule of activities for all USPTA players!

  • Monday Morning League
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Top Gun Playdays:

With winter on its way, our indoor court demand will increase. We have added 3 separate open Playday’s for different levels to ensure all players have an opportunity to participate. The Playday’s are UTR level based, and not NTRP. There is no charge for members, and non members will be charged the appropriate guest fee ($15).

Playday schedule:

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Get ready to play in the St. Patrick’s Day Triples Shootout! Build your own 3- or 4- player team (which can be men’s, women’s or co-ed), but each team must have one lady per team. We will offer 3.5, 4.0 and an Open divisions. Tennis professionals from The Falls will run the game and keep track of scoring.

Scoring:
– Each match will be 2 out of 3 sets.
– Each set of Triples will be played to 21 points, and teams must win by at least 2 points.
– If a team wins the point, they will maintain their configuration.
– If a team loses a point, they will rotate one spot clockwise.
– Overheads may not be hit at the net person. This will result in loss of point.

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