Junior Saturday Match Play Continues Through Summer

The pro staff has scheduled some Saturdays throughout the year for HVTC juniors to play practice matches under the direction of one of the club pros. These sessions are for juniors participating in the Tournament Excellence 1, Competitive Training, or Tournament Preparation groups of the Junior Excellence program. Players will be matched up by the pro for singles and doubles play, allowing participants to meet new people, play different styles of games, find practice partners, get some additional competitive play, and—most important—have fun!

The Saturday play during summer will be outdoors, 2-4 pm. Dates are June 21 and 28; July 11, 18, and 25; August 2, 16, 23, and 30. Cost is $10. Call the club to sign up.

New Junior Pro at HVTC Takes State Championship

Maddy Szuba, second singles player for Father Gabriel Richard High School, is State Champion! She went undefeated this season, her senior year, and did not drop a set. Maddy is a soon-to-be junior pro at HVTC. You may have seen her on the court; she is the one who’s always smiling. Congratulations, Maddy!

HVTC B3 Wins!

Huron Valley Tennis Club is The 2013-2014 SE Michigan Women’s B3 Travel League Champion!  The B3 Women’s team, led by future Hall of Fame player/captain Sanne Krummell, capped an impressive 10 win, 4 loss, 2 tie regular season with 2 stellar playoff wins to capture the championship! They overcame injuries, adversity, and tough competition to defeat the perennial powerhouse Liberty A for the title. It was a total team victory, with each member contributing their all. Thanks, Ladies, for bringing home the championship to HVTC. Autographs available upon request!


Back Row from left: B 3 coaches Jim Sayed, Martin Topliss, Clare North
Middle Row from left: Mary Hensel, Willow Link, Jane Levy, Carolynn Hayman, Connie Preis, Marjorie Sarbaugh-Thompson, Amy Kullenberg, Mary Buckingham
Kneeling from left: Catherine Mueller, Captain Sanne Krummel, Young Foreman
Back Row from left: Willow Link, Amy Kullenberg, Kathie Seifert, Doyle Levesque, Mary Buckingham, Roopa Gurm.
Front Row from left: Captain Sanne Krummell, Loren Levy
Not pictured: Anette Kretzler, Cathy Gendron, Beverly McCutchen, Margaret Fleming, Rachel Cwiek, Nidhi Nigam,Akiko Kuwabara, Patricia Belanger, Eva Flesher, Sarah VanNewkirk Conner, Sheri Schroeder, Shu-Chen Huang

Sign Up Now for SEMTA Qualifier Camps

HVTC professionals have designed two intensive spring training camps. Both camps will prepare boys and girls in all age divisions for the SEMTA District Qualifier Tournament. Although the boys’ and girls’ tournaments are on separate weekends, pros encourage both boys and girls to enroll in the first camp, and all girls should register at least for the second week of the camp. Boys desiring extra training are also welcome to participate in the second week of the qualifier camp.

SEMTA Qualifier training camp Week 1

  • Fee: $112 for four days or $31 per day
  • Sunday, May 25, 1–3 pm
  • Monday, May 26, no practice (holiday)
  • Tuesday–Thursday, May 27–29, 4–6 pm
  • Thursday, May 29, 6–7 pm, Dinner Celebration

SEMTA Qualifier training camp Week 2

  • Fee: $140 for five days or $31 per day
  • Sunday, June 1, 1–3 pm
  • Monday–Thursday, June 2–5, 4–6 pm
  • Thursday, June 5, 6–7 pm, Dinner Celebration

Important May dates

• Saturday, May 10  - End of indoor season and seasonal court time
• Sunday, May 11  - Outdoor season begins; indoor courts are $18/hr
• Monday, May 12  - USTA summer leagues begin
• Wednesday, May 14  - Women’s singles league begins, 9:30–11am
• Saturday, May 24  - Orange Ball Tournament, 4–7pm
• Sunday, May 25  - Last day of Junior Excellence session IV
• Sunday–Thursday, May 25–29  - SEMTA Qualifier Camp 1
• Monday, May 26  - Memorial Day: Club is open 8:30 am–2 pm
• Friday, May 30  - Junior Excellence makeup day, 7–8:30 pm
• Sunday–Thursday, June 1–5  - SEMTA Qualifier Camp 2
• Saturday–Monday, June 14–16  - Dr. Joe Morris Memorial Classic
• Monday, June 16  - Junior summer camps and clinics begin