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SC Tennis Family Benefit raises nearly $4,000 for those affected by South Carolina floods

The South Carolina tennis community raised nearly $4,000 during a round robin Sunday afternoon for those affected by last month’s devastating floods. More than 80 people participated in the event, held at the Cayce Tennis and Fitness Center, which donated the court time. Read More

South Carolina boy, and father, look to revolutionize tennis with ambidextrous play

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Coy Simon might be the easiest player to spot at a junior tennis tournament. From the sideline on a recent sunny Saturday morning, nearly all his peers showed similar styles – one-handed forehands and two-handed backhands. Then there was Coy, the tournament’s No. 1 seed, who plays tennis like few do in South Carolina, if not the country. Read More

Belton's Rex Maynard Selected for Southern Tennis Hall of Fame

USTA Southern announced that longtime USTA volunteer Rex Maynard, of Belton, South Carolina, has been named as a 2016 inductee into the Southern Tennis Hall of Fame. Rex Maynard is a man with a big personality and an even bigger heart. In 2016, he will reach his 40th anniversary of volunteering for the USTA. Read More
Results: 106 Record(s) Found.

Seven new USTA SC league state champs from the 65 & Over and 75 & Over League State Championships

Two Hilton Head Island teams and five other groups from across the state won USTA South Carolina 65 & Over and 75 & Over League State Championships earlier this month on Hilton Head Island. Read More

Twelve teams claim Singles League State Championships

CHARLESTON, S.C. – (NOV. 17, 2015) – Twelve teams from across the state earned bragging rights for a year by winning USTA South Carolina Singles League State Championships earlier this week. The championships, which ended Monday, featured the top 66 teams from across the state. Read More

Getting To Know: 3rd time is a charm

The Aiken team is one of dozens participating in our Singles League State Championships in Charleston.​ Read More

Palmetto State Racket Podcast: John Newcomb Pro of the Year Bryan Minton of the MWTennis Academy on Daniel Island

Bryan Minton, the 2015 John Newcomb Pro of the Year, talks with USTA South Carolina about the state of junior tennis in the U.S., what parents should look for in a good tennis coach, and what Wimbledon and Belton, South Carolina, have in common. Read More

Singles League State Championships returning to Charleston; 350 players from all over state expected

About 350 tennis players will take part in the 2015 USTA South Carolina Singles League State Championships this weekend in Charleston. Read More

South Carolina tennis players to host tournament to benefit flood victims

Marlene Neal was enjoying herself at the Big Dam Jam Benefit, the music festival held last month to raise money for people affected by the flood. Neal, a longtime USTA League player, then thought: If musicians can organize an event to help, surely tennis players can do something as well. Next weekend, they will. Read More

Former coach who played at Wimbledon and Myrtle Beach-area woman who picked tennis up in her 40s tabbed for S.C. Tennis Hall of Fame

COLUMBIA, S.C. – USTA South Carolina and the South Carolina Tennis Patrons Foundation are proud to announce that Shirley Taylor of Garden City will be inducted and the late Dick McKee of Spartanburg will be inducted posthumously into the South Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame next month. Read More
Results: 106 Record(s) Found.