Kostin Started Fast at VCU, Still Going Strong

Kostin Started Fast at VCU, Still Going Strong

By John Packett cure for diabetes RTA Contributing Writer When Richard “Doc” Sander took over as athletic director at Virginia Commonwealth University in the mid-1980s, the men’s tennis program was in shambles. In addition, there was no women’s tennis team. Both of those changed big-time when Sander hired a little-known coach from Arkansas-Little Rock ... »

Richmond Jr. Team Tennis Leagues See Sudden Increase in Participation

During the spring and fall of 2011, there were 109 total players on 12 teams. Last year, that participation grew to 918 players represented on 105 teams. Learn why the leagues are taking off here. polyps in nose zp8497586rq »

Junior Suburban League Still A Hit With Players

The League began in 1969 and has been instrumental in the development of Richmond tennis talent. Read how it began and why it is thriving in an article by John Packett. »

RJTC Continues To Grow

This summer tournament series is a hit with players and a stepping block for many Richmond standouts.Full article by John Packett. cheap oem software download zp8497586rq college admission essay writing service zp8497586rq »

CCV Team Competes At Nationals

CCV Team Competes At Nationals

Congratulations to The Country Club of Virginia’s 4.5 men’s team who competed at the USTA National Senior 4.5 Championships in Indian Wells, California, on October 18-21. After winning the local, district and sectional championships, the squad played three of the most competitive team matches of its season, narrowly losing 2-1 to Texas and Midwest and defeating Southwest 2-1. The deciding matches ... »

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