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McKenzie, Ponwith To Play Jr US Open

Southwest juniors Kylie McKenzie (Anthem, Ariz,) and Nathan Ponwith (Scottsdale) selected to play US Open Juniors. Read More
Results: 40 Record(s) Found.

Ponwith Family: National Family of the Year

Scottsdale's Ponwith Family - Jesse, Pam, James and Nathan - were chosen as the 2015 USTA National Family of the Year. Read More

2015 SWTF College Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Southwest Tennis Foundation announces its college scholarship awards for four high school seniors graduating in 2015. Read More

Marcelo Diaz Ball Kid Experience at BNP Paribas Open

El Paso junior player Marcelo Diaz recently got back from Indian Wells, Calif. and told us all about his time as a ball kid at the BNP Paribas Open. Read More

SW Juniors at Easter Bowl

More than 30 Southwest kids are participating at one of the biggest tournaments in the nation - the Easter Bowl - this week. Read More

Counterpuncher: Good Reads

Our Counterpuncher, ever the reader extraordinaire, reviews three novels with a tennis-focus. Read More

Blackman selected to head USTA Player Development

Revered player and coach Martin Blackman has been named the next general manager of USTA Player Development, charged with overseeing Player Development staff and partnering with the U.S. tennis community to identify and develop the next generation of world-class American players. Read More

Get Tennis At Your Facility's Summer Camp

Are you a YMCA, Boys or Girls Club, or sport camp and would like to add tennis to your summer offerings? Let us help you. Read More

Junior Profile: Nathan Brown

Our latest Junior Profile feature is on El Paso's Nathan Brown, a soon-to-be Yale University man. Read More

Longtime USTA Volunteer Ginger Renouard Passes

Longtime Phoenix-area volunteer Ginger Renouard recently passed away. She was 80, and a passionate advocate for tennis. Read More

School Tennis Support Program

Our goal is to get tennis thriving with introductory offerings the Southwest. Check out our Southwest School Tennis Support Program package. Read More
Results: 40 Record(s) Found.

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