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18 & Over League State Champs Set for Aiken

Different weekend, similar influx of tennis players. For the second consecutive weekend, the state office of the U.S. Tennis Association and the City of Aiken will partner together to host a USTA South Carolina League State Championship. Read More
 

40 & Over League State Champions and Finalists

USTA league tennis teams from Charleston, Beaufort County and the Midlands all fared well during the USTA South Carolina 40 & Over League State Championships, which finished earlier this week in Aiken.​ Read More
 

Make a Difference Statewide: Join Our Board of Directors

USTA South Carolina has a long history of excellent and dedicated volunteers, including those who serve on the Board of Directors. The time to elect the Board of Directors for 2016-2017 is upon us, and we encourage all who are interested in a position to apply. Read More
 
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Find a Workout You Will Love: USTA League Tennis

Robin White of Charleston has never been a gym rat. “I do not go out and run,” she said. But she can’t get enough of running on tennis courts. “I just love it,” she said of tennis. Read More
 

In St. George, Sophomore Makes School History

Six years ago, Woodland High School did not have boys tennis team. On Monday, Tyree Miller will represent the school at the SCHSL Boys Open Singles Tournament. Read More
 

USTA SC, Aiken to welcome 900 players to championship

“We have come to love Aiken." Read More
 

Use Charleston Flex League to Play More Tennis

Angela Geraci and Darlene Fischer love tennis. They play as often as they can. “It is fun and it is addicting,” Darlene said of the sport. Their love for tennis is also why they’ve signed up for seasons of the Charleston USTA Flex League, a program that lets players schedule their matches whenever they’re free. Read More
 

Greenville Team Changes NTRP Levels, Continues Winning

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Kim McFall thought it’d be at least a year until her next USTA championship. After her team had won a state league championship at the 3.0 level last year, McFall’s entire team was bumped up to the 3.5 level before this year. “We thought as all brand-new 3.5s we would (just) do our best,” McFall said last week. Different rating, similar results. Read More
 

Eight 55 and Over State League Championships Claimed

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Teams from across the state, including groups from Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Aiken and the Foothills, all earned championship or finalist signs during the recent 55 and Over State League Championship. Read More
 

USTA and Camden nonprofit teaming up to boost kids' self-confidence

CAMDEN, S.C. – Leaders from the Family Resource Center knew they had to act when they heard area students describing their anxieties about body image. “I don’t like the way I look,” shared one girl. “People laugh at me,” said another student. “I wish I wasn’t so big.” Read More
 
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