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  • Camp Robindel:  Where Tennis is Fun and Learning is Life Long

    Camp Robindel: Where Tennis is Fun and Learning is Life Long

    Camp Robindel is a seven-week sleep away camp for girls located on Lake Winnipesaukee in the town of Moultonboro, NH. While there are numerous athletic activities, including land and water sports, Robindel boasts a very strong, progressive tennis program. Read More

  • New Hampshire 18U Advance Team moves onto the Nationals

    New Hampshire 18U Advance Team moves onto the Nationals

    The Granite State Kids 18U Advanced Team has won the New England Sectional Title. Now these lucky kids get to move on to South Carolina in October and play for the National Title! Read More

  • Tennis Players Give Back in Laconia

    Tennis Players Give Back in Laconia

    The Lakes Regions Tennis Association, in partnership with the Laconia Parks and Recreation Department, is eager to resurrect tennis in Laconia. Read More

  • NH Women's 4.0 Tennis Team Play Their Way to Nationals in Tucson, Arizona!

    NH Women's 4.0 Tennis Team Play Their Way to Nationals in Tucson, Arizona!

    The talented Wild Women tennis team, sponsored by the Bedford, NH Parks and Recreation Department, were undefeated at the USTA Districts. Read More

  • Loyal Londonderry Coach Receives Grant to Expand Program

    Loyal Londonderry Coach Receives Grant to Expand Program

    For over 35,000 USTA New England members, springtime means nice weather and lots of outdoor tennis. It also means it's time to sign the kids up for summer tennis camps. Read More

  • The Road to Nationals Paved by the Competition

    The Road to Nationals Paved by the Competition

    Most coaches do not get into Jr. Team Tennis (JTT) for the glory, spotlight or attention. They do it because they love tennis and truly enjoy coaching young players through their adolescence in a team atmosphere. Read More