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Mixed doubles could help your marriage: Why one Columbia woman loves the format

At the Mixed Doubles League State Championships this weekend in Florence, 131 teams will compete for chances to advance to USTA Southern sectional championships. Earlier, Lyn Hibino, captain of "Mix and Match," a 40 & Over 8.0 team representing the Columbia Tennis League, kindly told us about her team. Hibino told us why she loves mixed doubles and what makes "Mix and Match" unique. Read More
 

Greenville JTT team achieves local tennis history

Dee Bittner's and Bricey Pitt’s 12 and under team from Greenville achieved local tennis history last weekend in Lexington County. The team became the first Greenville Junior Team Tennis squad to win a USTA Southern Junior Team Tennis Section Championship. Read More
 

River Bluff girls team young, eager for success

Everything about the River Bluff High School girls tennis team this fall is young. Do not, however, confuse youth for incompetence. River Bluff wants to win now, not a couple years from now, and they’ve already shown they can play with some of the best teams in the area. Read More
 
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2015 USTA Southern Sectional Invitational

Learn more about the 2015 USTA Southern Sectional Invitational. Read More
 

Eleven SC Teams Set For Southern JTT Championships

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Eleven teams from South Carolina will compete at the USTA Southern Junior Team Tennis Section Championships this weekend in Lexington County. Altogether, more than 500 players from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee will compete at the championships, which will host play in four age divisions: 10 and under, 12 and under, 14 and under and 18 and under. Read More
 

USTA SC Junior Team Tennis State Championships Returning to Florence

COLUMBIA, S.C. – USTA South Carolina is excited to announce that its Junior Team Tennis State Championships will return to Florence for two more years in 2016 and 2017. The tennis championships, which bring nearly 400 players, parents and coaches from across the state to town, have been held at the Dr. Eddie Floyd Florence Tennis Center the past four years. Read More
 

The Newest Tennis Program Every Facility or Club Should Host

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – MaryAnn Bromley had to feel as if it were the 1960s again. One Friday afternoon in May at the Moss Creek Tennis Center here, Bromley, 66, darted around the court as she had during her teenage years in Westchester County, New York. She chased lobs, hustled for drop shots and followed her slice approaches to the net. She even served and volleyed as she had watched Jimmy Connors do when she was a kid. “I like the idea of serving and volleying,” Bromley said later. Read More
 

Midlands, Myrtle Beach student-athletes honored

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Three former South Carolina high school tennis players will have an easier time paying for college this fall because of the South Carolina Tennis Patrons Foundation, the charitable arm of USTA South Carolina. Read More
 

Summer camps promote diversity in tennis

Boys and girls from across the state experienced tennis for the first time or improved their games this summer thanks to new camps funded by USTA South Carolina. The camps in Columbia, St. George and Beaufort exposed tennis to a diverse group of children throughout the months of June and July. About 50 kids in the three areas participated in the camps. Read More
 

JTT Championship Sportsmanship Awards

We crowned five Junior Team Tennis State champions last weekend. But more importantly, we also congratulated eight boys and girls who displayed exemplary sportsmanship all weekend long. Read More
 
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