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"OPEN TENNIS" Radio host Andres Borowiak interviews
USTA-Nevada staff on their latest radio show.

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The USTA-Nevada organization and The Marty Hennessy Junior Tennis Foundation recently invited Phil Aurbach to speak at their June "Leadership Breakfast." The Foundation deals with at-risk youth, with the goal to instill in them an attitude of excellence, assist them in their tennis career, and help them find their passion in life. The mission of the Foundation is to inspire children in need through mentoring, tennis and education. In addition to on-court instruction, the Hennessy Foundation helps with academic tutoring, peer mentoring, college and leadership seminars as well as financial assistance with tournament and traveling costs. Tennis has been the tool and common denominator that helps the Foundation achieve its goals.

Jon Jannotta, a 62 year old ex collegiate player from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA and his daughter, Gabriella Jannotta, a current player at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst competed in a national father/daughter tennis tournament June 4-6. The USTA National Father/Daughter, Senior, and Super Senior Father/Daughter Hard Court Championship was held at the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, CA.
The Jannottas, ranked nineteenth in the country, defeated Amy and John Gaisser, the number three ranked team in the country, 6-3, 6-0 in the round. In the second round, Gabriella and Jon faced Julie and Ronald Baird, a team who upset the number three seed in the tournament. The Jannottas won 6-2, ln the semi finals, Jon and Gabriella went up against the number one seeded team and the eventual champions, Al and Marianne Baker fom Glenežg, MD. It was a tough match, and the Jannottas lost at 6-1, 6-2. The next day, the Jannotta team competed for third place against the founh seeds, Ralph and Alissa Finerman and came out on top with a 7-5, 6-1 victory. They received a bronze ball trophy. They achieved their best results this year after five years of competing in this tournament.

New York, March 31, 2010 - Longines, the official timekeeper and partner of the French Open, today announced the brand's 2010 U.S. and global tennis program aimed at supporting and developing tennis' superstars of tomorrow. The brand will host U.S. and International tournaments, offering junior athletes a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play at Roland Garros during the French Open with past champions Mary Pierce and Gustavo Kuerten. In addition Longines will finance their sports equipment until their 16th birthday.

WEEHAWKEN, NJ -May 10, 2010- Tennis legend Andre Agassi and Longines, the official timekeeper and partner of Roland Garros and the French Open, today announced the 2010 recipients of the Longines Elegance Scholarship Fund, awarded to graduates from The Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy, an affiliate of The Andre Agassi Foundation for Education. Longines created the Elegance Scholarship Fund to promote higher education for students enrolled at Agassi Prep, a public charter school for grades kindergarten to twelfth grade dedicated to transform public education for underserved youth across the country.

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