Tennis Success Stories
Jeremy Carl recently coached the USTA Zone Team Championships, a prestigious tournament for both the top-ranked junior tennis players and the top tennis coaches in the USTA who were chosen to participate.
Blue Chip Alum Shows Others How to Win a Junior Tennis Tournament Ask Asya Gunertem How to win a junior tennis tournament and she’ll tell you it’s about hard work, good tennis training, and dedication. Ask one of her Blue Chip Tennis Coaches at Mount Vernon Athletic Club and they’ll tell you its her enthusiasm. Either way, […]
Blue Chip Worldgate sent four teams to the USTA Junior Team Tennis Regional Championships. All four teams were coached by Carol Molesky and demonstrated excellent skill and sportsmanship.
Club Business International Spotlights Tim Bainton as a Standout Among Tennis Leaders Making a Difference
What does it take to be among the most influential tennis leaders? Club Business International sat down with MTVAC’s own Tim Bainton to find out. From seven-year-old tennis player to club business guru, Tim has led the way in tennis and club success.
The Next Generation of Junior Tennis Players Take on Their First USTA Tournament – and Make BCT Proud!
BCTA junior tennis players Maggie and Sofia recently played in their first USTA tournament. They were on the younger side of the 10 and under division but showed passion and respect for the game, as well as respect for the other players and tournament directors. They made BCTA proud!
Coach Jeremy Carl was just selected as one of the coaches at the USTA Mid-Atlantic National EDC Orange Ball 3-Camp series – a National Camp Structure that aims to provide opportunities for the top local U10 athletes to train together. Focus is on fundamentals and overall athletic skill development.
Mount Vernon Athletic Club member Ron Fitzsimmons introduced club GM Dimitris Kollaros to Alice’s Kids. Dimitris knew he could help. They rallied members and created a March Madness Bracket Challenge for Charity, then tapped into the corporate charitable arm of Van Metre Companies. Together they raised over $5K.
VA youth tennis players from Blue Chip Tennis Academy’s WorldGate location just took to the tournament courts. A first USTA tournament for two of the boys, all players did well and had a great time.
Since 2006, Mount Vernon Athletic Club has been hosting the Swing for Pink charity event and has raised over $136,000 for the fight against breast cancer. The funds raised are used in the local Alexandria community, specifically at the Breast Care Institute at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital and Inova Alexandria Hospital Cancer Center. Read more to find out how much was raised this year!
Congrats to Ryan Colby, a former MTVAC and BCTA tennis player who is at the top of the USTA Mid-Atlantic ranks in his 14s age group. Ryan is also a straight A student taking upper level courses. His sights are set on playing tennis at the University of Virginia or Stamford!