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At Greenville Invite, Advanced JTT Players Enjoy Playing Team Tennis

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Every year, thousands of boys and girls play USTA Junior Team Tennis in South Carolina. But since 1990, when the national team tennis program was founded, one particular group in the state has largely passed on JTT: advanced players. Ashlyn Cousins and the Greenville JTT program have started to change that in Greenville. Read More
 

Why the Clemson Club Tennis President Earned USTA Southern Tennis On Campus Leader of the Year

The Clemson Club Tennis team owes much of its success in recent years to the monumental effort by Jennifer Anderson. Jennifer has been able to transform the club into a dual competitive and recreational team through an increase in participation, better showing at more events, and better practices. Read More
 

Another 'Jim Russell Tournament of the Year' award in the South

Jim Russell of Belton gave countless hours of his life to tennis. Among his accomplishments: He's been inducted into three tennis hall of fames. Read More
 
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Charleston's Roy Barth receives highest honor from USTA Southern

Roy Barth, of Charleston, South Carolina, was presented the USTA Southern’s 2015 Jacobs Bowl at its annual meeting this month. The highest award presented by the USTA Southern, the Jacobs Bowl honors a volunteer who has exhibited outstanding service to USTA Southern. Read More
 

75 & Over Invitational Championship, league state championship dates announced

USTA South Carolina is excited to announce the dates and host cities of its 2016 league state championships and its first 75 and Over Invitational Championship. Read More
 

Columbia tennis teacher overcomes blindness, cancer and bad luck to lead kids and adults

Thirteen years ago, when Anne Reynolds started playing tennis regularly at the age of 40, she was a scared beginner. She wouldn't let anyone watch her play. She'd also accidentally bloody her face with her own racquet. Despite her struggles, though, Reynolds kept playing. Now her office is a tennis court, and she gets paid to help kids and adults play a game she loves. Read More
 

5 things we guarantee you hear on the tennis court in 2016

Tennis is full of noises, shrieks, shouts, and squeaks. What will you hear in 2016? Here's our best guess.​ Read More
 

Jack Sock tells Lleyton Hewitt to challenge the call. Sportsmanship.

Jack Sock tells Lleyton Hewitt to challenge the call. Sportsmanship at its finest. Read More
 
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