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Deserving S.C. High School Tennis Players Receive Scholarships

Three South Carolina high school tennis players will have an easier time paying for college this fall because of the charitable arm of the USTA South Carolina. Read More

Southern Members Earn Wheelchair Tennis Certificates

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC – Several Southern members participated in the PTR Instructing Wheelchair Tennis Workshop on Sunday, September 14, at Chaplin Park Tennis Center on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. ​ Read More

Seventeen Teams From All Over S.C. Claim Championships

Seventeen tennis teams from all over the state captured USTA South Carolina Adult Mixed Doubles State League Championships this past weekend. And even more teams and their players enjoyed playing the lifelong sport at a high level. In total, nearly 1,500 players, ranging in age from 18 to 65 or older, competed at the USTA SC state league championships, which were held in Florence from Sept. 12-15.​ Read More
Results: 84 Record(s) Found.

Southern Captures 2014 Donoff Cup

Led by veteran Donoff Cup players Steve Duffel and Hugh Thomson, USTA Southern ran away with the 2014 Keith Donoff Men’s Challenge Cup, defeating runner up and defending champion Texas by 6 points. Read More

Mixed State Championships Player Spotlights

To get ready for the USTA South Carolina Mixed State Championships in Florence, SC we decided to check in with League Captain Karen Belanger of Greenville and MIssey Martin of Spartanburg. Karen is the owner/court reporter for Foothills Court Reporting and will be captaining an 8.0 40 & Over team and a 7.0 18 & Over team at the state championships. Missey is a stay-at-home mom, who can be found on the tennis court when she's not chauffeuring her two boys between schools and sports. Read More

SC Couple Thankful for Great Team, Better Friends

Jay Prince and his wife, Rhonda, have been playing tennis for the past seven years at the Westside Club in Spartanburg. Next weekend, they’ll take their talents to Florence and try to win a state league championship at the USTA South Carolina Adult Mixed Doubles State League Championships, Sept. 12-15.​ Read More

Tennis a Family Activity for Cox Family

Michael Cox and his wife sometimes play doubles tennis with only two people. He stands on one side of the net; his wife on the other. And they rally back and forth, cross-court, to imitate what they want to do during their doubles matches: Keep the ball away from the person directly in front of them at the net. “Ghost man doubles,” Cox calls the drill. It must be working. Read More

'Am I going to have bruises in the shapes of tennis balls all over my body?'

The past two years, Patsy Davis has been playing tennis with guys and playing in USTA South Carolina state league championships. She has not, however, played tennis with guys at a USTA SC state league championship. But, next weekend, she and her Aiken team will play in the USTA SC Mixed Doubles State League Championships. This makes Davis a little weary. Read More

1,500 USTA Players Excited for Mixed Championships

Nearly 1,500 tennis players will come to Florence next weekend for the USTA South Carolina Mixed Doubles State League Championships. The players will enjoy coed doubles tennis and get to experience the City of Florence’s many restaurants and hotels. Read More

Palmetto State Racket: August 25, 2014

Let’s start with who we care about the most: South Carolina’s favorite tennis professional, Shelby Rogers. For the first time, Shelby’s ranking, No. 86, earned her entry into the US Open main draw. The past two years, Shelby has had to advance through qualifying to the US Open main draw. She received even better news last week when the draws were announced: She will face a qualifier in the first round. Read More
Results: 84 Record(s) Found.