Volume III Issue 8 | August 2018
There's MORE tennis all month long!
TAKE YOUR GAME ON THE ROAD!
WINSTON-SALEM OPEN
Wake Forest University Indoor Tennis Ctr
August 18, 21, 22
Ages 6-18
FREE
YOUTH age 6-18 are invited to play FREE three times INDOORS during the Winston-Salem Open. Players and chaperones receive a free ticket to attend afternoon Winston-Salem Open men's matches. Spots are limited for each event.
FRIDAY NIGHT DOUBLES
August 17, 24, 31
6-8pm Deep Springs Country Club
Experienced players Ages 15-Adult
Non-member court fee $3
Join us for casual mixed doubles play each Friday night in August.
LAST SUMMER FAMILY TENNIS NIGHT
August 21
6:30-8pm RCC courts, Wentworth
all ages
Free
Get out of the house and onto the courts this summer. Join RCTA community coaches for family tennis activities and give POP Tennis on the 60 foot court a try.

All equipment and fun provided. Beginner and experienced players welcome.
USTA JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS
Jaycee Park, Reidsville
September 23 - October 21, 3-4:30p
ages 6-18
$45 team registration and USTA Junior membership
JTT is the perfect "next step" for players from our Kids Tennis Clubs, NJTL summer program, Family Tennis Nights, and Eaglemania to get their first match experience as well as for more experienced high school and middle school team players to play year round.
TRY TENNIS ADULTS returns
Mondays September 10 - October 15
6:30-8pm
Rockingham Community College
ages15-adult
$40
From couch to court in just 6 weeks! Beginners and "lapsed" players welcome. Join Coach Alyssa Mann on the courts at RCC for six group lessons and receive a free racket and t-shirt. YOU can play this game.
FOUR "NEW" COURTS
Jaycee Park, Reidsville
$15,000 USTA grants
Quality Sport Surfaces completed the resurfacing of 4 tennis courts at Jaycee Park in July. The parking lot has been resurfaced and new pickle ball courts will open soon. Join the Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon cutting on August 23 at noon.
It's YOUR turn to join the Net Generation
Now parents and players can access cool content, tools to help them improve, and discover new ways to play by creating their own accounts at www.NetGeneration.com.