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The Montana Tennis Association seeks a highly motivated, energetic, and knowledgeable individual to serve as the Association’s Executive Director. The mission of the Montana Tennis Association is to promote and develop of the growth of tennis in the State of Montana. The primary responsibilities of the Executive Director include:


   
Thanks to USTA-Nevada Junior Competition Coordinator Rob Merriman a pre-season High School Player’s Training Camp was held August 3rd and 4th at the Darling Tennis Center. The camp was conducted by USTA-Nevada to help players prepare for their upcoming season. Camp participants received instruction and played competitive simulation games. Non-USTA members received a one-year junior USTA membership as part of their registration fees for the camp. Over seventy players representing thirteen high schools participated in this year’s camp, some traveling from as far away as Moapa Valley High School in Overton.
USTA-Nevada would like to specially thank the Darling Tennis Center for making their facility available, and the instructors and high school coaches for their hard work and support. Good luck to all the high school player’s this season!!


   
State-of-the-art $15 million indoor facility accommodates Las Vegas, Southern California and Arizona tennis community
    Indoor tennis in Las Vegas just gained significant ground in Las Vegas thanks to the opening of the International Tennis Centre, a new $15 million state-of-the-art tennis facility located minutes from the famed Las Vegas Strip. Prior to the opening of the International Tennis Centre, there were few options for playing tennis in a professional indoor environment in the Las Vegas area.
The International Tennis Centre provides the ultimate tennis experience in a climate controlled indoor environment. The facility is regularly used for training by several of the world's most renowned professional tennis players and coaches, and is now readily available to tennis players of all levels.
    "For years, Las Vegas was a popular spot for tennis enthusiasts," said Jim Ahearn, CEO of the International Tennis Centre. "Over time, people started turning to other recreational sports because of the city's desert climate and lack of indoor facilities. The opening of the International Tennis Centre is bringing tennis back to Vegas for visitors, residents and pros."
    Services offered by the International Tennis Centre include hourly court bookings, private and semi-private lessons, clinics, Junior Academy and corporate events. The International Tennis Centre also has several of the finest tennis-teaching professionals on staff, with diverse areas of specialization and fluency in a combined total of eight languages.


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SAVE THE DATE - SEP 24 - TONY BENNETT FUNDRAISER
MARTY HENNESSY JR. TENNIS FOUNDATION
Honoring Rashe and Jeff Taylor


   
13 children, 3 weeks, 8 cities, 15 speakers, 8 colleges, 12 historical tours, celebrities, senators, producers, CEO's, a Governor and a Pulitzer prize winning author, all to inspire 13 children to be the leaders of tomorrow.

Photos available upon request. Contact Ryan Wolfington, 702-822-1081


   


Johnny Lane had a brilliant idea to put in a grass court during the week of Wimbledon. Because the court was reserved every day all day the club is likely to put one in for year round play. One catch, you must be a member!

Johnny Lane is a USTA-Nevada & Intermountain Lifetime achievment Award winner. This is among one of his best ideas.


   
We, who love the game of tennis, know that it is a lifetime sport and that we can still enjoy it in our teens all the way through life. Jim Roulias, Henderson, Nevada, has played tennis for 51 years and enjoyed every minute. Jim started playing tennis when he was twelve, fairly late for a junior. He played collegiate tennis at UNR for four years, 1964- 1968, in the old Far West Conference, Division II. He once competed against the legendary Art Larsen, when he played at California State Hayward, in 1967.



   
Making the impossible happen - The Story of Edgardo Ureta


Edgardo Ureta was born in America to immigrant parents from Chile. He had few opportunities and according to him, "I just knew how to fool around, party and lie to my parents about everything. On Friday we would buy a bottle of Jack Daniels and that was our weekend," explained Edgardo.



   
This year the USTA-Nevada Awards banquet and Nate Schulman Tennis Ball, sponsored by VegasTennis.com's Marty Hennessy Jr. Tennis Foundation, Winnie and Bob Schulman, www.TennisWarehouse.com , Las Vegas Skin & Cancer Clinics and Shutter Booth photo rental was highlighted by a special guest speaker, Glenn Trowbridge.
In addition to this high level guest, the semi formal banquet included players from all of the clubs around town, their pros, family and friends. The evening was filled with inspired youth, awards, a sit down dinner, dancing and a traditional post party bowling celebration at the Suncoast Hotel.
Awards were presented by USTA-Nevada President and UNLV NCAA Champion Tim Blenkiron, Marty Hennessy, USTA-Nevada Executive Director Ryan Wolfington, USTA-Nevada junior competition Coordinator Rob Merriman and High performance tennis Director for the City of Las Vegas Darling Tennis Center, Saad Ashraaf. The event Co-Chairs were Hilliary Heard, Rob Merriman and Ryan Wolfington.



   
USTA-Nevada Senior League District Championships

The USTA Senior League District Championships were held at the Darling Tennis Center, May 7-9, 2009. The Nevada teams that will be advancing to the Sectional Championships in Boise, Idaho are: Men’s 3.0 Anthem CC, Captain Billy Herskowitz, Men’s 3.5 TPC, Captain Don Curnutt, Men’s 4.0 Spanish Trail, Captains Fred Aguilar and Dennis Stein. Women’s 3.0, Lorenzi Park, Captain Marva Froelich, Women’s 3.5 Anthem CC, Captain Janice Cain and Women’s 4.0 Spanish Trail, Captains Jackie Rinaldi and Ingrid Sturm. For more league information please contact Mary Maragos at marym@nvtennis.com.



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