Every summer, we offer a bus trip to the U.S. Open from the Newington Tennis Center. A bunch of people do it every summer and it is always a great time. First, everyone meets at the tennis center for “breakfast type” refreshments then they board the bus and travel together to the U.S. Open.
Depending on availability, you can buy as many tickets as you want, so it is great for your office, family and friends. The tickets are general admission and you can choose to travel with others from the Newington Tennis Center from match to match or just wander off as long as you are in contact and don’t miss the bus (unless you have other return or NY plans).
Call the center (860-667-2261) or e-mail us at email@example.com and we will let you know about anything you would like to find out about. The tournament is in August, but tickets through the center often sell fairly early so if you are interested and want to reserve, contact us ASAP.
Beginning in October, we have had a variety of special group lessons set up for high school tennis programs, including Newington High School, Plainville High School, Wethersfield High School, Watkinson High School, Southington High School and Conard High School.
We sincerely appreciate the effort the players have put forth throughout the course of the lessons and each of the instructors involved have taken much pleasure in seeing such improvement in all facets of the game in such a short period of time.
We would like to wish all of those who came in good luck in the upcoming season.There was a very high level of skill displayed and we hope that it will continue and translate into victories during the season. We have confidence that there were conference tournament champions and potentially a state tournament champion at our club during these group lessons. We’re rooting for you.
Special mention goes out to the Plainville Boys Team, which will be participating in tennis for the first time since 2003. You guys are making history and have the chance to begin a legacy at your school. No matter what happens, stick with it and hang in there.