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Tennis Guide to Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City is Utah’s capital and is located in the northern portion of the state. Home of the 2002 Winter Olympics and yearly Outdoor Retailer Winter Market, Salt Lake City is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies. Nestled between rugged mountain peaks and a nearly 1,700-square-mile lake, the city is home base […]

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Tennis Guide to Nashville, Tennessee

When considering traveling in the U.S., Nashville, Tennessee most likely isn’t the first town that pops into people’s minds. But this small southern city (less than 700,000 residents) located in the northern portion of the state along the Cumberland River is teeming with talented musical acts and culinary delights that will enliven the senses. Travel […]

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Guide to Tennis in Austin, Texas

Let us count the reasons to love Austin, Texas: savory barbeque, boundless live music, and unforgettable natural surroundings like Hamilton Pool and Longhorn Caverns, to name a few. And don’t forget to view the more than one million bats that swoop out from beneath Congress Bridge at sunset each evening. South By Southwest (SXSW) is […]

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Guide to Tennis in Las Vegas

Admittedly, very few individuals come to Las Vegas simply to play tennis. The lure of the famed Vegas Strip attracts most visitors with its giant, illuminated signs and promises of soon-to-be-made fortunes in extravagant casinos. World-renown entertainment acts like Cirque du Soleil, Blue Man Group and Celine Dion have made a home between the blinding […]

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Guide to Tennis in Boston

Residents of Boston have cause to be proud of their hometown, nicknamed Bean Town. The city and surrounding towns are a historian’s mecca of historical landmarks and architecture dating back to colonial days and world-class museums. Sports fans can enjoy year-round events. World-renown educational institutes call the greater Boston area home. Cultural and entertainment opportunities […]

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Guide to Tennis in Philadelphia

The streets of Philadelphia are steeped in history dating back to America’s earliest days. Betsy Ross sewed the first American flag in this city. Chimes from the Liberty Bell echoed among buildings to summon citizens to the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. Visitors to the city can learn about the birth of our […]

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Guide to Tennis in Atlanta

As the epicenter of many industries like corporate giants Coca-Cola, Home Depot, and CNN, Atlanta has blossomed into one of the South’s largest and hippest cities. With its ever-expanding population, more and more delectable non-chain eateries and boutiques are appearing among its towering skyscrapers and web of congested highways encircling downtown. The city has become […]

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Guide to Chicago Tennis

Ranked by Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 cities to visit in 2014, Chicago caters to most any interest and taste—from cheering on the cursed Cubs at Wrigley Field, to moving to the beats of your favorite band at Lollapalooza or Blues Fest and marveling at the latest installations featured at world-class museums. […]

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Adult Tennis Camps

For some, “summer vacation” doesn’t conjure images of sipping margaritas on white sandy beaches or of an exotic adventure like hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. For some dedicated tennis players, the ideal summer vacation is spent at an adult tennis camp—drills, cardio tennis, round robins, and personal instruction to take your game to the […]

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Tennis in New York City

New York City’s iconic skyline, plethora of delectable eateries, and world-class array of arts and entertainment events often take center stage in the city that never sleeps. Between fighting subway crowds and dodging crazed cab drivers, visitors don’t often associate this bustling metropolis with a relaxing game of tennis. But nestled among the shadows of […]

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