From left to right, front row: Mary Lacy, Amy Richmond , Betty Van Ert, Barbara Stanley, Pat Lock, and Jo Duckworth.
From left to right, back row: Rich Taylor, Bill McCarty, Tom Deming, Paul Geenen, George Stanley, Rik Moe, Kathy Walgrave , Carol Holley, Gerard Fisher, and Greg Wille Continue reading Member Happenings: Amazons vs Big 8 Spring Tennis Match
It’s summer, and often times summer brings wandering thoughts of travel. Since we love tennis around here at Elite Sports Clubs, we thought we’d search out a few incredible tennis travel destinations that are right here in the U.S.; several of which also have fantastic junior programs. Grab your calendar, check out this list of seven of the most highly rated tennis destinations, and start making some tennis travel plans.
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You may recall our post last spring on Ali Pollack, the first student athlete in Wisconsin to ever be recruited to play for Columbia’s tennis team, an NCAA Division One Program in the Ivy League Conference. Well we caught up with her this fall to see how her first semester at Columbia was going. She shared how Elite prepared her for tennis at the collegiate level, plus how her continued passion for the game will keep her playing for years to come.
Continue reading Finding Enjoyment in the Game Fosters Success on the Court
The past 30 years have brought about a great deal of change in a lot of areas: cars, computers, medicine, and television to name a few. But in those three decades, a great deal of change has also hit the spheres of tennis and exercise, two areas in which Elite excels. Let’s take a look at the history of tennis and exercise over the past 30 years! Continue reading The History of Tennis & Exercise Throughout Elite’s 30 Years
In America, we face the sad truth that the future of tennis may be in danger. With a lack of young kids showing interest in the sport, we face the extinction of the American presence in tennis. Continue reading Is the Future of Tennis in Danger?