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Tennis Lessons in Sugar Land Texas

Tennis camp in Sugar Land Texas

Junior Tennis Leagues in Sugar Land Texas

Junior Tennis tournaments in Sugar Land Texas

Tennis Leagues in Sugar Land Texas

Fort Bend Tennis Services - Tennis in Sugar Land Texas

Upcoming & Ongoing Events:

  • Tennis Lessons & Tennis Camps
  • Junior Tennis Tournament Series
  • Adult Doubles Leagues
  • FBTS in the Commnunity- Sugar Land Tennis Fest & Skeeters Baseball Game

 

         

Tennis Lessons & Tennis Camps

Tennis Lessons    Fall Tennis Classes: Starting August 20 and continue through December

Locations:  Clements HS courts, Sugar Land City Park courts, First Colony MS courts
  
   Click Here to see the class schedule for adults & juniors and to enroll

School Holiday Junior One Day Tennis Camps 
                                         Monday, Sept. 3        Labor Day (8:30am-12:30pm)
                                         Friday, Sept. 29         Ft. Bend Fair Day (8:30am-12:30pm)
                                         Friday, Oct. 19          FBISD Inservice Day (8:30am-12:30pm)
                                       

Locations:  Clements HS courts, Sugar Land City Park courts,

                                         Learn the game or take it to the next level

Click Here for more information and to Register for a Fall Holiday Tennis Camp.

Tournaments

Junior Doubles Tournament
Saturday, Sept. 8. 1:00pm at the Clements HS tennis courts.
 
Ages 8-17. You need to be able to serve, rally from the baseline and keep score.
 This will be a Round Robiin, changing partner format.
 
Click Here for more iniformation and to enroll.


 2018 Summer Junior Tournament Series

7 Junior Singles Tournaments were played on Fridays, 8:30am until about noon.  June 15 through August 3      

70 different players competed in the Summer Tournament Series, which was for non-Qualified/Ranked players.
Over 120 Entrants played in the tournaments.

The Final Tournament, Aug. 3, drew 28 Entrants.
Coach Chris Williams was the Tournament Director this Year.

Trophies were awared for 1st, 2nd & Consolation Draws in the Intermediate and Novice Division.
Points were also awared for finishing 1st, 2nd, and the Consolation winner.

Top Point Winners in the Summer Series:

Intermediate Division-
1st: Eric Liu                 34 Points
2nd: Pinak Tripathi    20 Points
3rd: Finn Newman    10 Points

Novice Division-
1st: Tanisi Tripathi            30 Points
2nd: Amarashi Asiegbu   18 Points
3rd: Avyukt Satish             10 Points

The 1st & 2nd Top Point players each recieved a Gift Card from the Razquet Pro Tennis Shop in Sugar Land.

Top Point Winners: Tanisi, Amarachi, Pinak, Eric

Click Here to see the Results of Each Tournament.

 

Adult Doubles Tennis Leagues

Round Robin Doubles Play.  Evenings in Sugar Land

Levels: 3.5 (B) & 3.0 (C)

Click Here for more information and to Enroll in the Adult Leagues.


FBTS in the Community

Sugar Land Tennis Fest     
      

 We had a great Sugar Land Tennis Fest, Saturday, May 12, at Sugar Land City Park

Over 60 players & Future Players came out and enjoyed the games, tennis tips from the Pros, prizes and trying new Wilson tennis racquets with Demo Day from Wilson Sports.
Through a Tennis Raffle, we were able to raise donations to "Tennis Thanks the Troops" - college scholarships for children of U.S. military personnel.

This was part of National Tennis Month with PHIT- Getting America Moving. The goal is to burn one million calories during the month of May with Tennis. We burned a few thousand calories that day.

Cindy Benzon with the U.S. Tennis Association gave us an update on the Net Generation Program being intorduced by the USTA to get kids playing tennis.

Thanks to our Sponsors: 

  Racquet Pro Tennis Shop in the Sugar Creek Shoppiong Center
Stan & Jan Realtors, "The Spouses Selling Houses" 281-265-4545

     

FBTS Tennis Night at the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Game
We presented our tennis programs at the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Game at Constellation Field on Saturday, May 19
  Some baseball fans may add tennis as a sport after trying their tennis skills.

       
Coach Laurie is playing tennis with Swatson, the Skeeters Mascot .



 

 
Source: "More than a Sport: Tennis"  (Veliz & Rafalson), USTA Serves