Today is the last day to register for the HELP! Beaumont RECOVER! Adult & Junior Open tennis tournament being held Saturday and Oct. 29 at the Beaumont Tennis Academy.
Patrick McEnroe will be the keynote speaker and clinician at the Texas Tennis Coaches Association’s annual convention on Dec. 1-3, once again being hosted by Horseshoe Bay Resort in Marble Falls.
Texas City's Bill Koster and Friendswood's Hugh Burris won men's singles titles at the Westside Lexus & Northside Lexus Houston Fall Festival Super Senior Major Zone tennis tournament.
League City’s Katiana Gonzalez placed second in the girls 10-and-under singles orange-ball division at the Corpus Christi Fall Challenger 1-Day tennis tournament.
Three county junior girls claimed singles titles at the Eye Clinic of Texas Super Championship Major Zone tennis tournament hosted by Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
Friendswood’s Erica Jessel won the girls 14-and-under singles title at the Bay Area Racquet Club Summer Junior Open tennis tournament in Clear Lake City.
League City’s Christopher and Mathew Crookston teamed up to win the father-son doubles event at the Missouri City Community Tennis Association July Open tennis tournament.
Friendswood's Max Pearson advanced to today's men's open singles final at the Missouri City Community Tennis Association July Open tennis tournament.
Texas City’s Bill Koster advanced to today’s men’s 60-and-over singles championship match at the Al Edwards Juneteenth Tennis Classic in Houston.
Friendswood’s Natan Bondin won the boys 16-and-under singles title at the June Junior & Adult United States Tennis Association Open tennis tournament hosted all day Saturday by Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
The City of Galveston Parks & Recreation Department again is offering its free summer tennis programs for boys and girls, ages 5-18, starting June 5 and lasting through July 14.
Former O’Connell High School four-time state doubles champion and Buccaneer Hall of Fame charter member Bobby Kleinecke has been named the new executive director of the Texas Tennis Coaches Association.
Several locals walked away big winners at the second annual Clear Creek Education Foundation Tennis Tournament held at The Fitness Center at South Shore Harbour in League City.
Dickinson’s Joshua Farris and Bacliff’s Susan Martin both advanced to today’s finals of their respective events at the Missouri City Community Tennis Association April Tournament.
Tennis enthusiasts have until Monday to sign up for the second annual Clear Creek Education Foundation Tennis Tournament, which begins Friday and lasts through Sunday at The Fitness Center at South Shore Harbour in League City.
Friendswood’s Richard Griffin advanced to today’s final in the men’s 65-and-over singles at the RBC Wealth Management Houston Open Adult Major Zone tennis tournament.
League City’s Kelly Ward advanced to today’s men’s 50-and-over singles championship match at the Mabry Adult Open and Senior & Super Senior Major Zone tennis tournament in San Antonio.
Friendswood’s Hugh Burris is seeded No. 8 in the men’s 70-and-over singles at the United States Tennis Association National Men’s 70 & 75 Indoor Championships.
Today is the last day to register for the first-ever The Christina Grillo Sullivan Doubles Tennis Tournament, set for all day Saturday at Menard Park’s Scoggins-Stiglich Courts in Galveston.
League City’s Brissa Mendoza advanced to today’s 10:15 semifinals of the girls 16-and-under singles white division at the Racquet Pro Deer Park Championship Major Zone tennis tournament.
Friendswood’s Danna Cai and Chumeng Cai both won singles titles at the second annual Jen Fine Homes Parent-Child Doubles & Junior Singles tennis tournament held at Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. So in conjunction with the grand opening of The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation, which assists brain-injured children, adults and their families, Beep Sullivan is playing host to a fundraiser tennis tournament on March 4.
Dickinson’s Eric Storey won the men’s 3.5 singles title at the Bay Area Racquet Club Adult & Junior Open tennis tournament in Clear Lake City on Saturday.
Clear Springs High School’s Aava Azad and Melody Duong worked their way to the University Interscholastic League Class 6A state tennis tournament in May. The Chargers, then juniors, eventually lost in the girls’ doubles quarterfinals to Dallas Highland Park. A few weeks later, Clear Creek High School’s longtime tennis coach, Patrick Marrie, called it quits after 22 years as the Wildcats’ head boss. Clear Springs’ dream team, along with Marrie’s departure, were The Daily News’ top two county tennis stories for 2016.
League City’s Crookston brothers made themselves right at home at the Bay Area Racquet Club December Junior Open tennis tournament in Clear Lake City.
Friendswood’s Ethan Bui and League City’s Clark Crookston both won boys singles titles at the Bay Area Racquet November Junior Open tennis tournament in Clear Lake City.