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Palmetto State Racket: April 15, 2014

Alison Riske, the No. 47-ranked women’s tennis player in the world, has experienced countless new cities and experiences while traveling the world for her job. One of her favorite spots, though, is a destination she got to know years before she was winning matches at Wimbledon: Hilton Head Island, S.C. Read More

Palmetto State Racket: April 4, 2014

In 2009, Shelby Rogers was a 16-year-old girl caught between practical thinking and her childhood dream. Rogers, who grew up in Charleston and started playing tennis at age 4, was deciding whether to continue her tennis career as an amateur or turn pro. She eventually settled on the latter, becoming the first junior tennis player from Charleston to turn professional. Read More

Palmetto State Racket: April 3, 2014

They are two of the top-110 ranked women tennis players in the world. Both play as part of a generation striving to succeed Serena and Venus as the best American women tennis players. Alison Riske and Shelby Rogers also have another thing in common: their love of South Carolina. Read More
Results: 25 Record(s) Found.

Palmetto State Racket: March 27, 2014

For 348 days a year, the Family Circle Tennis Center is a public tennis facility for recreational players and USTA league teams. The other 17 days a year, the center is the host site to the Family Circle Cup, a premier event of the Women’s Tennis Association. Read More

Novices, pros learn from 'Coach Youth Tennis' workshop

LEXINGTON, S.C. – Tennis novices and pros came from all over South Carolina on Saturday to learn how to turn excited children into lifelong tennis players. Read More

@USTASC Twinterview with Shelby Rogers

Professional tennis player Shelby Rogers joins us to talk Family Circle Cup, Captain Jack Sparrow and the allure of a comfortable couch. Read More

Palmetto State Racket: March 25, 2014

In both singles and doubles, no matter your age or level, one effective strategy to utilize during match play is to keep the ball deep – beyond the service line. By keeping your opponent pinned to the baseline, you are preventing him or her from dictating the point. Your opponent will have a challenging time not only hitting winners but also moving the ball around. Read More

@USTASC Twinterview with Hayley Carter

UNC Women's Tennis freshman Hayley Carter joins us on Twitter to talk tennis, sno-cones, and One Direction. Read More

Lady's League Day at USC

Your team can win a free clinic with the USC tennis coaches! The top 4 teams with the largest group attendance win a free clinic with the USC men's and women's tennis coaches and players. The clinic will be tuesday, March 25 from 7-9 pm. Anyone can be counted in your group attendance (family, friends) but, each team is limited to 15 for the clinic. Read More

Palmetto State Racket: March 11, 2014

During his playing days, Josh Goffi never made it higher than No. 488 in the ATP singles rankings. Years later, though, Goffi, now the USC men's tennis coach, can feel a little prouder about his playing days, thanks to a determined Swede and an upset win 10 years ago. Read More
Results: 25 Record(s) Found.