Please go here for more information on our summer youth tennis program!
is the perfect multi-week program for adults to have a blast, meet new people and learn the basics of tennis.
Get ready to feel the excitement that tennis will bring to your life.
Click here for more info and to register.
UTR All Access Interviews - tune in to live interviews with John Isner and other professional tennis players! All the info is here - https://www.myutr.com/education - scroll down, you have to register ahead of time but it is totally free. I know I'll be jumping on some of these to see what the pros and coaches have to say.
USTA Player Development Update on Strength and Conditioning - some tips and suggestions on working out at home http://www.playerdevelopment.usta.com/news/strength__conditioning_at_home/
Check out how tennis has evolved and what is still the same. Definitely some of the clothes have changed, but how has strategy changed? I like watching the full matches to see how each player adjusts as the match goes on but of course there are shorter "highlight" versions of all these matches too.
Borg v. McEnroe 1980 Wimbledon Final, two parts Part 1 and Part 2 - definitely different styles of play and Borg's two handed/one handed backhand follow through???
Sampras v. Agassi 1990 US Open Final - Check Agassi's hair and outfit!
Billie Jean King v. Chris Evert: 1971 US Open - The US Open was played on grass... and look no doubles lines! It was also played on clay, and to check out that surface, watch
Borg vs. Conners US Open 1976
Navratilova vs. Evert 1984 US Open - You get to hear from Navratilova’s coach in the beginning. Some good stuff on how they tweaked her practice to achieve her goal… win all four grand slams in a year!
In September 2012, the Alpine Regional Tennis Association (ARTA) was formed to grow and promote tennis in Gaylord and surrounding areas. It is a 501(c)3 organization..
As a US Tennis Association (USTA) community tennis association, ARTA provides training and resources for the sport of tennis as a safe, low cost, healthy outlet for people of all ages.
Alpine Regional Tennis Association will foster interest and skill development for the lifelong sport of tennis for people of all ages in Northern Michigan.