USTA Announces Young Seniors Timeline for Miami Beach: Entries Open April 1, and Close May 1, 2019

The USTA sends teams to the ITF World Team Championships annually. For 2019 the 65/70/75/80/85 are playing in Umag, Croatia. Applications will open March 1, 2019. A link will be […]

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USTA Announces Super Senior (65-85) Timeline for Umag, Croatia: Applications Open March 1, Close April 1

The USTA sends teams to the ITF World Team Championships annually. For 2019 the 65/70/75/80/85 are playing in Umag, Croatia. Applications will open March 1, 2019. A link will be […]

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USA Senior (50/55/60) Timeline Announced; Applications Are Open for Teams

The USTA sends teams to the ITF World Team Championships annually. For 2019 the 55/60/65 are playing in Lisbon and Estoril, Portugal. To apply for a team click here. Applications […]

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2019 World Championships Dates & Sites (Seniors: Portugal; Super Seniors: Umag; Young Seniors: Miami Beach)

From the ITF Website: 2019 Seniors World Team Championships The ITF are pleased to confirm that the ITF Seniors World Team & Individual Championships 2019 will take place in Lisbon […]

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Works, McColskey and Fales Take Singles Titles in Fort Lauderdale

Shelly Works can run….and hit a tennis ball too, she played a smart match and handled the wind very well and beat me in the 55s final in Fort Lauderdale. […]

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Castell/Delfausse Win 75 Doubles in Fort Lauderdale Friday

The final of the 75 doubles and the singles semis were held today at the Fort Lauderdale Cat II/ITF Grade 1. Carolann Castell/Lee Delfausse, seeded 2, upset top seeded Cathie […]

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Fort Lauderdale Grandes Dames; ITF Grade 1; USTA Super Cat 2, Thursday

The second of a series of four “Grandes Dames” Women’s tournaments is going on now in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and finishes Sunday. This year, in addition to USTA members earning […]

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Miami Beach to Host Regional ITF Seniors Tournament March 5-10

For more information on this tournament go to www.itfmia.com. This event is open to all USTA and ITF IPIN holders. Entry is via the USTA tennislink system (click here to […]

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Les Grandes Dames Palm Beach Gardens Cat II/ITF Grade I Finished with a Blast of Air

Fort Lauderdale, FL I’ll start today’s blog by wishing my dad a happy 94th birthday. He’s a tennis player and when I called to wish him a happy birthday he […]

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Kraujina, Klitch, Novack, Weber Win Singles Titles Saturday

Kristin Kraujina of Florida won the 30 singles on a sunny, breezy Saturday. Kraujina lives in a town called Sunny Isles Beach, which sounds awfully pleasant! She won the four […]

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Palm Beach Gardens Friday, Sun & Smashes

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida It was another sunny 70s day in Palm Beach Gardens today, pretty much perfect for tennis. I played Kim Dean, whom I’d not played before. She’s […]

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Les Grandes Dames Palm Beach Gardens: Super Cat II/ITF Grade 1

Happy New Year everyone…the first tournament of the year for me anyway is this week in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. (Venus has a place for sale if you are interested). […]

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USA Category I National Age DivisionTournaments Open in 2019 to All IPIN Members!

The USTA Category I Nationals (see the schedule here: https://seniortennisblog.com/2018/09/25/2019-usta-national-adult-tournament-schedule/) for ages 35-85 men and women, and mixed will have Grade A status in 2019. In addition, 10 other Super […]

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USTA Category I National Championships in Men’s and Women’s 35-85 & Mixed Earn Upgraded (Grade A) ITF Points from 2019

Beginning in 2019, all USTA Category I National Championships in Women’s, Men’s and Mixed in the 35-85 age divisions will be Grade A tournaments for ITF ranking purposes. In addition, […]

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Super Seniors Individual World Championships: Americans Win Seven Titles in Umag

Saturday September 29, 2018, Reporting from San Diego, CA The ITF Super Senior Individual World Championships finished in Umag today and American players can back with seven titles including one […]

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