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Women’s team is 35th in US 15-0 at home!
UNLV Men hosted a Campus Kids day sponsored by USTA
Men’s team ranked 60th with 10-8 record

By Mary Maragos

The Intermountain Section of the USTA held the Super Senior Sectional Championships at the Darling Tennis Center, March 19-21, 2010. Four teams from the USTA-Nevada represented the Nevada District. The teams were: Women's 7.0- CSGV, Captain Carol Rapp, Women's 8.0- Spanish Trail, Captain, Jackie Rinaldi, Men's 7.0- McDonald Ranch, Captain, Jim Sparrow and Men's 8.0- Spanish Trail, Captains, Dennis Stein and Fred Aguilar .
The Men's 8.0 team from Spanish Trail went undefeated throughout the Championship and will advance on to the USTA Super Senior National Championships to be held in Surprise, AZ, April 23-25, 2010.
"Dan Knight, Hans and Danny have always created a great environment for teams and captains and Spanish Trail," said Ryan Wolfington USTA-Nevada's Executive Director. "Dennis and Fred have been incredible long standing captains and they deserve this success."



USTA-Nevada Jr. Awards banquet and Nate Schulman Tennis ball teamed up the Indian Open jr tournament party to put together an end of year bash to celebrate the graduating tennis class, this years excellence award winners and special category awards for USTA-Nevada juniors.

Sponsored annually by's Marty Hennessy Jr. Tennis Foundation and held at the home of Winnie and Bob Schulman, the party is a celebration of the parents, pros, programs and players that help our youth maximize their potential. Dr Jaldeep Daulat of Las Vegas Skin and Cancer Clinics and his brother Girish Daulat of Community Family Doctors once again were supporting sponsors as was Tennis Warehouse. The children and coaches enjoy a sit down dinner in a formal environment, entertainment and great guest speakers such as past speakers Commissioners Lawrence Weekly, Larry Brown, Glen Trowbridge and Film Director Alejandro Monteverde.

Rome, Italy - Reigning ATP World Tour Champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan moved to within one tour-level title of matching Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde's Open Era record haul of 61 trophies after regaining the Italian Open crown Sunday in Rome.
In an all-American final at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 clay-court tournament, the Bryans defeated their pals and Davis cup teammates John Isner and Sam Querrey 6-2, 6-3 in just 49 minutes to capture their fourth tour-level title of the season.
"It's getting pretty close now (to the Open Era record)," said Mike Bryan. "Already four titles this year, so the next one's going to be the big one. It's going to be a big final, a lot of nerves. We're hoping to tie it before we get out of Europe. We don't want to get the monkey on our back and have to be thinking about it, so we want to do it as quick as possible.

By Sarah Lucas

Las Vegas Junior tennis players took a swing in this year’s Easter Bowl Spring Championships, as well as the Easter Bowl ITF both in Rancho Mirage, California. Las Vegas’ own Kimberly Yee (Easter Bowl Finalist), and Evan Song (Easter Bowl ITF’s Championships semi’s-finalist) both dominated in this years’ Easter Bowl USTA National Spring Championship, and ITF Championship draws.
Entering the Easter Bowl Spring Championships in Rancho Mirage, California as the fourth seed, Kimberly Yee reached the finals by winning a total of 6 matches playing in the Girls 14’s. Kimberly, lost only to Gabrielle F. Andrews in the finals of the tournament with a tight score of 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. Kimberly defeated a number of Girls 14’s competitors in the top 25.

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