Tennis Success Stories
Work out and improve your tennis game with the new Ball Machine Rapid Fire Tennis Clinic. Great for players of all levels to improve accuracy, reaction, stroke and more with the guidance of a tennis pro.
Ever wonder if the tennis ball spin effects its bounce? Mike Oelschlager and Alex Echeverri did, so they tested it out for their regional science fair experiment, right on the MTVAC tennis courts!
Tennis is about so much more than just making contact with the ball. Here we share some top tennis pro tips from Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Serena Williams and our own MTVAC tennis coaches!
Already a busy and accomplished year for our MTVAC staff. From PTR Young Professional of the Year, to featured presentations and winning golf tournaments – Mount Vernon athletics are in full swing at MTAVC!
MTVAC professional tennis coach Kelly Sykes was named Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) Young Professional of the Year! The award was given at the International Tennis Symposium in Hilton Head Island, SC in February 2018. Read more about him here!
Since 2006, Mount Vernon Athletic Club has been hosting the Swing for Pink and swing for fun charity event and has raised over $153,000 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!
Want to play tennis in college? A professional tennis coach can help you hone your skills and harness your power to play confidently and successfully on the tennis courts.
Kids get a boost in self esteem, motor conditioning, flexibility and cardio when they participate in holiday junior tennis camps at MTVAC!
Brandon Coleman took his tennis and fitness club membership and turned it into the perfect job. Now he gets to interact with other members and help new members as the Membership Intake and Relations Manager!
Members of the Worldgate Blue Chip Tennis location swept summer tennis tournaments to be number one in two different Loudoun County 40 & over divisions.