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.
Congratulations to BCTA Head Pro Jeremy Carl, the USPTA Mid-Atlantic 2017 Professional of the Year! Jeremy was awarded for his commitment to spreading the game of tennis to the USPTA Mid-Atlantic and local communities.
Blue Chip and MTVAC Tennis Pro, Dan Myers attended the elite USTA High Performance Coaching Program; only 48 (worldwide) are selected every 2 years. To all of our tennis players: Be prepared to see some new and exciting drills on the courts!
Blue Chip Junior Tennis Player: Sofia Raval Junior tennis player, Sofia Raval, age 9, competed in the Little Mo’s Mid-Atlantic Sectionals Girls Championship and took home first place in the Girls’ 10U category. The tournament was held from June 4 –June 5, 2016 in Haymarket, VA. Sofia has been participating in Blue Chip’s Tennis clinics at […]
Mount Vernon tennis pros Jeremy Carl and Tim Bainton have been invited to participate in a prestigious USTA High Performance Continuing Education program this summer. The competitive and selective program will run in conjunction with the Davis Cup Quarterfinals July 15-17 in Portland, Oregon.
Blue Chip Tennis Academy founder Tim Bainton and tennis pro Jeremy Carl have been accepted into the exclusive USTA High Performance Continuing Education Program. The HPCE Program will be held on the grounds of the 2016 BNP Paribas Open in March in Indian Wells, CA.
The 10th annual “Swing for Pink” charity tennis event at Mount Vernon Athletic Club was a huge success. Everyone enjoyed bidding on the wide array of silent auction items, dinner, wine tasting and tennis while raising over $10,000 for local Mount Vernon Hospital and INOVA Alexandria Hospital Cancer Center.
Brian Fitzgerald always loved tennis. He was captain of his college tennis team before teaching tennis for over 10 years. As a tennis pro, he also had an interest in chiropractic and earned a doctor of chiropractic. Now he has managed to blend the two passions into one exciting career in athletics.
With extensive experience as a tennis player, teacher and program director, BCTA’s Tim Bainton will host a tennis instruction and entrepreneurship webinar for the United States Professional Tennis Association.
David Bryan has learned through recent tennis training that pros are now discovering that sliding helps with movement and recovery not only on clay courts but on hard courts as well. So long are the days where players would take little steps to get to the ball on a hard court; now it is big strides and players slide into their shots.