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Columbia Central HS Courts Dedicated in Honor of Garry Applegate

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On Saturday, April 30th the Columbia Central High School tennis courts in Brooklyn, MI were dedicated to Garry Applegate. It was great to hear about the history of the tennis program by the couple that got it started, Garry and Cookie Applegate, and their daughter, Dana Daniels who grew up playing tennis and later played at Michigan State University and still ranks as the best female tennis player in the Jackson, MI area! Congrats to the Applegate family! Read More
 

Family Foam Ball Tennis Tournament

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The Premier Athletic & Tennis Club hosted a Family Foam Ball Tennis Tournament on February 27, 2016 to benefit Cause a "Racquet" for Diabetes. This video highlights some of the reasons why Family Tennis is the best kind of tennis. Read More
 

Cause a “Racquet” for Diabetes!

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Join us for this family foam ball tournament! Tickets and silent auction to benefit the American Diabetes Association of West Michigan. This fun event takes place Feb. 27, 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. at the Premier Athletic & Tennis Club in Grandville, Mich. Download Document
 

Ferris State Club Tennis Hosts Play Day

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Earlier this month the Ferris State Club Tennis team hosted a Play Day in Big Rapids, Michigan. Watch this video for highlights from the fun event! Read More
 

Western Michigan Welcomes New Junior Team Tennis Coordinator

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The Western Michigan District welcomes Emily Fink-Craig as the new Junior Team Tennis Coordinator! Emily can be reached by phone at the District Office at 616-272-4340 and via e-mail at Emily@wmitennis.com. Chris Wilton has moved into the Associate Director position. Read More
 
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Alexa VanOsdol Honored by Northern Indiana Tennis Association as Volunteer of the Month

The Northern Indiana Tennis Association is proud to honor Alexa VanOsdol as this month’s featured volunteer in recognition of her outstanding efforts and service to tennis. Read More
 

Champions Emerge at 2016 Midwest Closed

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The 2016 Midwest Closed Junior Championships were held June 25-30th in Indianapolis, Indiana and Okemos, Michigan. Find out who took home the hardware at the Tournament Online Headquarters. Read More
 

Apply for USTA Midwest Intersectional Team

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The USTA/Midwest Section sends a men's and women's team to participate in the USTA National Intersectional Team Championship. Play on a team, and compete against the other 16 USTA Section Associations from all parts of the United States. For the age categories of 35, and 45 - team members are usually rated 4.5/5.0 or above. For the age categories of 55, 65 - team members are usually rated 4.0/4.5 or above. Read More
 

Midwest Offering USTA League Incentive for College Students

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After registering for a USTA League team on TennisLink, registered college students can submit this form to receive a $25 or $50 (depending on the amount of the league fee paid) Giftcard at participating Restaurant.com businesses. Students will be sent an email within 2 weeks, which can be used to get discounts on meals at various restaurants throughout the nation. Promotion ends September 30, 2016.​ Read More
 

Winners Emerge at 2016 US Open Playoffs Midwest Qualifier

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The US Open National Playoffs Midwest Sectional Qualifying Tournament came to a close late Monday at the tennis courts of the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. Champions were crowned in all divisions: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles, and Mixed Doubles. All winners advanced to the 2016 US Open National Playoffs and a chance to play in the US Open. Read More
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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