• Harrison made Thalhimer Cup his own

    Back in the day, the Thalhimer Invitational was regarded as one of the top tennis tournaments in the...

    Harrison made Thalhimer Cup his own
  • Huff, Bernstine Receive 2017 Most Improv...

    Six of the top players in the Richmond area were honored for their achievements on and off the court...

    Huff, Bernstine Receive 2017 Most Improved Awards
  • Be A Part of the Keith Mumford Tennis We...

    This year will mark the 9th Annual Keith Mumford Memorial Doubles Shootout Tournament and it continu...

    Be A Part of the Keith Mumford Tennis Weekend
  • Kinder ‘quietly’ leads junior team to na...

    Jason Kinder found himself working with some of the best juniors in the country when the U.S. Tennis...

    Kinder ‘quietly’ leads junior team to national title
Patton, Grovers Remain at the Top of Their Games

Patton, Grovers Remain at the Top of Their Games

In his younger days, Bruce Patton was a dominant force on the U.S. Tennis Association’s A Division wheelchair circuit. But after a decade or so of traveling the country and winning most of his matches, he choose to take a break. “Family things. Two k...

2018 McDonald’s RJTC Series Begins Soon

2018 McDonald’s RJTC Series Begins Soon

The McDonald’s Richmond Junior Tennis Circuit (RJTC) is designed to make competitive play more accessible for our juniors. These tournaments are sanctioned L8 events and are for non-ranked juniors. These one-day tournaments will be held on Satu...

Even ‘ringers’ can’t stop Wright-Koontz’ run

Even ‘ringers’ can’t stop Wright-Koontz’ run

In an effort to slow down the powerful duo of Mason Davis Wright and Hunter Koontz, the Mercedes-Benz Greater Richmond Mixed Doubles tournament brought in a pair of “ringers” for the April 19-20 event at acac-Midlothian. John Karlawish of Raleigh, N.C., who played as high as No. 2 singles for the University of Richmond this season before leaving th...

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