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Palmetto State Racket Podcast: Charleston's Shelby Rogers

Charleston's Shelby Rogers talks with USTA South Carolina about the historic flooding in South Carolina, her memorable US Open run, and which favorite professional tennis player she enjoys watching the most. Enjoy! Read More

South Carolina tennis club looks to recover from devastating flood

Sean Northcott stared at his office earlier this week – the tennis courts at the Murraywood Swim & Racquet Club – and saw uncertainty. Read More

Bluffton team headed to another USTA National Championship

John Brittis and his Bluffton team recently won the 2015 USTA League Adult 55 & Over Southern Sectional Championships for the 9.0 division. Later next month, Brittis and his teammate will head to another USTA National Championship. Read More
Results: 85 Record(s) Found.

Smiling Seniors from Charleston bound for USTA National Championship

Jane Fluet and her Mount Pleasant team, the Smiling Seniors, lived up to their fun name recently at the USTA League Adult 55 & Over Southern Sectional Championships in Asheville, North Carolina. Read More

Maynard awarded highest civilian honor in South Carolina

Rex Maynard has a new award for his already crowded trophy case, and it might be the most prestigious honor the longtime tennis advocate has earned. Read More

Hilton Head Island team goes for more in return trip to National Championship

Tammy Zawacki McMonigle and her Hilton Head Island team were done. They had lost at the USTA South Carolina 18 & Over League State Championships. Their dreams of returning to a USTA National Championship would have to wait a year. Or so they thought. Read More

Fifteen teams claim state mixed titles

Fifteen teams from across the state won USTA South Carolina Mixed Doubles League State Championships last weekend in Florence. Read More

A lifetime and counting: Maynard keeps working to grow Belton and tennis

Rex Maynard has improved tennis on every level in the U.S. But nowhere has Maynard put more of his time than in his hometown, a place that's lost more than it's gained during his lifetime. Now Belton needs his time more than ever. Read More

Yackmack joins USTA SC staff

USTA South Carolina is excited to welcome Patrick Yackmack as its new manager of tournaments and player development. Read More

'His N Herz' mixed doubles

Meet "Hiz N Herz," Laura Floyd's Florence mixed doubles team that's playing in the USTA South Carolina Mixed Doubles League State Championship this weekend. Read More
Results: 85 Record(s) Found.