The Virginia Tennis Association, formerly USTA/Virginia Tennis, continues, as we always have, in its mission of growing and promoting the sport of tennis. Since 1968, Virginia Tennis has developed, promoted and administered the game of tennis within Virginia in the interest of healthful recreation and physical fitness.
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Washington Kastles Win Fourth Consecutive WTT Title!
Springfield, Mo (July 27, 2014) – The Washington Kastles tied the record of four straight WTT Titles by defeating the Springfield Lasers on Sunday. This is their fifth title in six years. Congratulations on the victory! Read more
Come out to see Coach Wayne Bryan
and a surprise top ATP/WTA player!
Arlington, VA (July 24, 2014) – Join the YMCA Arlington Tennis & Squash Center on Saturday, July 26th from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and play with one of the world’s best coaches in a clinic hosted by Coach Wayne Bryan, father and former coach of the greatest doubles team in history, the Bryan Brothers. A top ATP/WTA player will also be joining Coach Bryan on the courts at the Y Arlington Tennis & Squash Center. Click for the event flyer.
Special Olympics of Virginia Summer Games
Richmond, VA (June 7, 2014) –The temperatures were warm and the spirits were high from both the athletes and volunteers as the Special Olympics Virginia 2014 Summer Games kicked off on Friday, June 6 at the University of Richmond. Both the Richmond College and Westhampton College Courts were used as 72 athletes took part. Virginia Tennis conducted the three tennis events, which included Match Play, Skills and QuickStart Tennis. Read more.
Sunny Skies for the 2014 Wayne D. McCoy Beach Blast!
Virginia Beach, VA (April 26, 2014) – With 38 Special Olympic Athletes and over 50 volunteers, the 2014 Wayne D. McCoy Beach Blast was held at the Owl Creek Tennis Center in Virginia Beach under sunny skies and mild temperatures. Read more.
Awesome Sportable Paralympic Experience in Hampton Roads on Saturday!
Norfolk, VA (April 26, 2014) – Sportable held their first Paralympic Experience in Hampton Roads on Saturday, April 26 on the campus of ODU in Norfolk. Partcipants had the opportunity to try a variety of sports throughout the day, including tennis presented by the Virginia Tennis Association. Sportable is a non-profit organization based in Richmond, whose main goal is to transform the lives of people with physical and visual disabilities through sport! To see pictures from the Paralympic Experience, click here.
Virginia Tennis has a New Address
Richmond, VA (March 26, 2014) – Virginia Tennis has a new address and phone numbers. Please update our information in your contact list. Our new mailing address is:
P.O. Box 29683
Our new phone numbers are:
We look forward to hearing from you and assisting in growing the game of tennis in Virginia!
Jack Schore Tennis Camps
Voted “Best Summer Camp” in Northern Virginia
Selected the #1 Summer Camp in NOVA by readers of the Sun Gazette
McLean, VA (February 14, 2014) – The Jack Schore Tennis Camps received this honor after an incredible summer with their kids progressing extremely well on the court. They look forward to having the kids back for another exciting summer.
Their summer brochure is out and they are currently accepting registrations. Many of their weeks fill up, so make sure to register as soon as possible. Their award winning staff can’t wait to get your child back on the court!
Please click here for a brochure or email Elliott Datlow at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Tennis Films Featured in Southern Film Festival
On Saturday, Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. at the Grace Street Theater: a work-in-progress excerpt from the upcoming film Althea and another short film ”Johnny and Arthur Ashe” by ESPN’s 30×30.
Richmond, VA (February 7, 2014) – In addition to the films, there will be a post-film discussion that includes Eric Perkins, Tom Hood, Jolynn Johnson, and Rex Miller (director of Althea). For the entire Richmond Tennis Association article, click here.
Mylan WTT Richmond Invitational Is A Smash Hit
Area’s Best Players Battled for National Playoff Spot
Richmond, VA (October 14, 2013) – Four teams comprised of the strongest men and women players from Richmond converged at the Willow Oaks Country Club indoor tennis center on Saturday to participate in the inaugural Mylan World TeamTennis (WTT) Richmond Invitational for $1,500 in prize money and a chance to compete in the national WTT Finals. Read More
Virginia Tennis Association * P.O. Box 29683, Richmond, VA 23242 * 804.476.2606