This post is part of a series that tell the stories of how tennis has influenced people's lives in the Mid-Atlantic Section. Meet Traci Spiegel of Woodbine, Md. To share your story or send to someone you know, click here. Tell us a little about yourself I'm a marketing consultant who helps small businesses grow. … Continue reading This is Mid-Atlantic Tennis: Traci Spiegel’s Story
Walking through Folkes/Stevens Tennis facility at Old Dominion University, you see people of all ages and skill levels playing tennis. Some competitive, some just for fun, while beginners are starting their own new experiences. Underneath it all, making these different areas come together is the business of it all, like the roots of a blossoming … Continue reading The Power of JTT
"People Tennis players rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they're doing" –Dale Carnegie Okay, so Dale Carnegie wasn't specifically talking about tennis players when he said that quote, but it can certainly apply to the tennis court! Every tennis player knows how much more fun a match can be when their partner or opponent … Continue reading Sportsmanship Highlights at League Championships
The weather is getting warmer, schools are finishing up and the tennis courts are getting busy...summer has arrived. That also means USTA Mid-Atlantic's interns have joined our team for the summer! Meet our fabulous summer interns – Evan Charles, Jazmyn Lee, Maddy Sanders and Charlotte Rhoad. Be sure to say hi if you see them at … Continue reading Meet our Summer Interns!
Last year, the Mid-Atlantic Section had over 15,000 adult league players, 6,000 junior tournament participants, 700 schools teaching tennis, 1,200 Tennis on Campus players...the list could go on and on. Mid-Atlantic tennis is so much more than these numbers, though – what defines Mid-Atlantic tennis is the stories behind these numbers. We want to share these individual … Continue reading This is Mid-Atlantic Tennis: Mike Rampmeyer