New England

New England Wins Three RSI Magazine Awards

December 14, 2021


WESTBOROUGH, MA - Racquet Sports Industry Magazine recently named its 2021 Champions of Tennis award recipients, and this year, New England took home three honors. USTA New England won USTA Section of the Year for the first time, while Toni Wiley, CEO of Sportsmen's Tennis & Enrichment Center in Dorchester, MA and USTA New England Board Member, was named Person of the Year. Longfellow Tennis & Swim Club in Nashua, NH earned Private/Commercial Facility of the Year. 

 

The awards were announced in the January 2022 edition of Racquet Sports Industry Magazine. 

 

All award write-ups can be found in the magazine's digital version here

 

Toni Wiley, Person of the Year - Page 33

Longfellow New Hampshire, Private/Commercial Facility of the Year - Page 40

USTA New England, Section of the Year - Page 54 

 

To view and congratulate the winners on social media, please click the following links: 

 

Section of the Year

 

Person of the Year

 

Private/Commercial Facility of the Year

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