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Results: 71 Record(s) Found.

Hangstefer named USADSF Sportswoman of the Year

Signal Mountain, Tenn., native Emily Hangstefer was named the USA Deaf Sports Federation (USADSF) Sportswoman of the Year for 2013, becoming the first tennis player ever to receive that honor. Read More

Pennsylvania accountant adding up Wheelchair Tennis experience, memories

Fifty-year-old John Kistner doesn’t mind fielding questions about Wheelchair Tennis when, two decades ago, the game gave him a second chance at an athletic lifestyle. Read More

Wagner leads U.S. in sweep

Top-seeded American David Wagner defended his home turf at the 2013 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Mission Viejo, Calif., beating challenger Lucas Sithole of South Africa, 0-6, 6-2, 6-2, to win the quad singles event on Monday. Read More

Wheelchair Tennis Masters return to the U.S.

Airports Company South Africa Gauteng wheelchair tennis open: Day 4
The 2013 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters, featuring some of the very best Wheelchair Tennis players from around the world, will be played in the United States for the first time in over a decade when two tournaments come to Mission Viejo, Calif. Read More

Northern Cal men, Southwest women have that 4.5 championship feeling

An incredible weekend of championship tennis came to a close on a beautiful, sunny afternoon at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, as the Northern California Section men’s team and the Southwest Section women’s team captured titles at the 2013 USTA League Adult 40 & Over 4.5+ National Championships. Read More

NorCal men, Florida women crowned 3.5 national champions

The USTA Northern California Section’s Adult 18 & Over 3.5 men’s team, along with the USTA Florida’s 18 & Over women’s 3.5 team, were crowned USTA League National Champions at the Jim Reffkin Tennis Center in Tucson, Ariz. Read More

Every day is Mother’s Day for Southern Cal team

The Southern California women’s team competing at the USTA League Adult 18 & Over 3.5 National Championships is comprised completely of mothers who met while watching their children take tennis lessons. ​ Read More

USTA League Nationals are twice as fun for Missouri Valley twins

For identical twin sisters Kim Lewis and Pam McDougal of the Missouri Valley Section women’s team, their passion for tennis has taken the special bond between them to another level. Read More

Great friends, a great sport help New England woman triumph

Jill Setian of the USTA New England women’s 3.5 team from Black Rock Country Club in Hingham, Mass., is an inspiring woman. Her courage and tenacity helped her to beat breast cancer, but she’d be the first to admit that she’s had help in winning that battle. Read More

Cancer patient finds inspiration in tennis

On the Saturday morning of the 2013 USTA League 3.5 men's National Championships, Ted Elsenheimer will undergo chemotherapy to treat laryngeal cancer. That afternoon, he'll be on the court playing doubles for his Southwest squad. Read More
Results: 71 Record(s) Found.
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