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The Tennis Network of Greater Volusia County

Our Mission: The Tennis Network of Greater Volusia County's mission is to grow the game of tennis within Volusia County with an emphasis on developing a junior pathway to promote tennis as a lifelong sport. It is a registered USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA).

New Adult Events Calendar and Junior Events Calendars are on their own pages. Click on the buttons in the left column to see what's happening in beautiful Volusia and Flagler Counties -  check it out then get out and PLAY!

2014

Futures

The tournaments for the spring are over!

The final Team Tennis event is May 17 at Airport Road Park sponsored by the USTA. Click here for more info.

 

Here are the final standings. Congratulations to all who played. Thank you to our sponsors who made all of this possible!

 

Why the Futures?

 

USTA LEAGUE PLAY HAS BEGUN!

For information on 2014 USTA Leagues, click on the USTA League Tennis button in the left column, or click here for just the Championship Event Dates.

USTA Florida League tennis is the largest recreational tennis league in the state.  With over 20,000 Floridians hitting the courts each year, this is where you sweat and smile at the same time.  This is where teammates become friends and where friendships lead to championships.  

USTA Florida offers a variety of different programs for a diverse group of tennis lovers ages 18 and over so they can play singles, doubles or mixed doubles with opponents of similar ability.   Whether you are new to the game, returning to tennis or an advanced player, there’s a league that’s right for you.   

 

 

 

 Volusia Youth Players Fund

 

The Tennis Network of Greater Volusia County in Volusia County, FL, has announced the launch of the Volusia Youth Players Fund to support local youth tennis players with fees related to participation in USTA Florida Jr. Team Tennis leagues. "The Volusia Youth Players Fund is a community effort to support families that need assistance supporting their young players' tennis game through USTA programming," says Molly Zimmer, USTA Florida tennis program coordinator and USTA liaison to the Tennis Network.

"We have immediate need to help scholarship the cost of 30-40 players from Derbyshire Park in Daytona Beach who wish to participate in USTA Jr. Team Tennis this April," Zimmer says. "The Tennis Network is encouraging facilities to help raise money for the fund by hosting a fundraising event, reaching out to league players for a donation to the fund, and sharing this information with club tennis committees and helping us spread the word."

The Trails Racquet Club in Ormond Beach, FL, hosted the first fundraising event for the Youth Players Fund on Saturday, April 14, 2012. The event featured round robin play and a raffle, with 100 percent of the $10 per-player fee donated to the Fund. The event raised $870 for the Volusia Youth Players Fund.

Donations to the Fund should be made out to the Tennis Network and mailed to: Tennis Network of Greater Volusia, Attn. Treasurer Peg Harper, 5 Barcelona Trail, Ormond Beach, FL, 32174. The Tennis Network of Greater Volusia County is a registered USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA), with a mission "to grow the game of tennis within Volusia County with an emphasis on developing a junior pathway to promote tennis as a lifelong sport." For more information on the Tennis Network or to support it by becoming a member, please go to www.daytonatennis.com.