The adult USTA summer league signup has started, and many of the teams are already full. If you are still interested in joining a team, please contact the front desk as soon as possible. Anne Snell, the USTA coordinator for HVTC, will try to place you on the proper team. Matches start in mid-May.
- Friday, April 7 Girls’ 14U (novice) round robin tournament, 7–9pm
- Sunday, April 16 Happy Easter: club hours 8am–2pm; no clinics, Junior Excellence, or leagues, but Seasonal Court Time is scheduled as usual
- Friday, April 21 Coed 10U green-dot tournament, 7–9pm
- Friday, April 28 Mixed Doubles Night, 7–9pm
- Tuesday, May 2 Last meeting of Tuesday Men’s Doubles League
- Thursday, May 4 Last meeting of Men’s Singles League
- Friday, May 5 Boys’ 12U (novice) round robin tournament, 7–9pm
- Friday, May 5 Junior tennis informational meeting, 7–8pm
- Sunday, May 7 Last meeting of Sunday Men’s Doubles League
- Saturday, May 13 End of indoor season; last day of seasonal court time
- Sunday, May 14 Start of outdoor season; indoor courts are $18 per hour
- Wednesday, May 17 Women’s Singles League begins, 9:30–11am
- Friday, May 26 Junior Excellence makeup day, 7–8:30pm
- Sunday, May 28 Last day of Junior Excellence programs session IV
- Monday, May 29 Memorial Day: club hours 8:30am–2pm
There’s no stopping the MADNESS
Enjoy 20% off all apparel NOW, or Hedge your bet and receive…
30% if Michigan moves to the elite eight…
40% for the final four…
50% if they make it to the Finals!
(Sale ends if Michigan loses)
In the coed 10U round robin tournament held February 3, Maddie Morgan was champion, and Brayden Erwin was runner-up. On February 24, Michael Shi won and Anvit Rao was the finalist in the Boys’ 14U Advanced competition. Congratulations to all who competed!
Do you like to practice on the ball machine before a big match or hone your strokes regularly? An annual ball machine pass might be for you. The Individual Pass costs $250 per year. If you hit on the machine just 13 hours, you will save money over our $20 per hour regular rate. You may reserve the machine for 1 hour per day. The Family Pass, at $405 per year, can be used by the pass holder and immediate family; it takes 21 hours to become cost-effective. Family Pass holders may reserve the ball machine for 1.5 hours per day. When you make a reservation, please tell the desk staff you have a pass. The pass may not be used toward hitting lane lessons.