Tennis Success Stories
Blue Chip Tennis Academy pros Tim Bainton, Jeremy Carl and Farley Youman have written an article appearing in the February 2017 issue of Tennis Industry magazine. The article describes the building blocks necessary to creating a solid foundation for youth tennis players – COACH!
Junior Tennis Tournament wins for Anya Ambarish and Quentin DeCamara create big excitement and joy for the two Blue Chip Tennis players and their supportive coach, Jeremy Carl.
Holiday Tennis Spirit: Giving Back to the Community Four years ago BCTA tennis professional, Albert Asiedu Ofei, went to Ghana for Christmas. While packing for his trip, he thought about how he could give back during the holiday season while also making an impact on the local juniors there. As he was walking through his home, […]
USPTA Fall Workshop: Serve & Return Two of our Blue Chip Tennis Professionals were recently chosen to present at two separate U.S. tennis association conferences this past weekend. On November 11th, BCTA Tennis Professional, Jeremy Carl, presented at the United States Professional Tennis Association Fall Workshop. The topic of his presentation was on the serve […]
MTVAC coach develops a kids tennis class that allows for moments of individual discovery, develops cognitive thinking & creates a foundational skill set. Learn more about this innovative program here.
BCTA Worldgate Adult Tennis Player, Jo Cooper, took home second place with partner Carrie Oman in the USTA / MAS Fall NTRP Championships earlier this month. Read all about their success here!
Tennis coaches are often found telling their players to add more topspin to their shots. Topspin groundstrokes are definitely shots that are welcome in the singles game BUT for doubles, the strategy is a bit different. Learn more with out Tennis Tip.
Blue Chip Tennis Academy is excited to announce that we’ve had three juniors come out with tennis tournament wins. Check out our rising tennis stars!
Mount Vernon Athletic Club offers an after school tennis programs at Tucker Elementary School in Alexandria.
Asya Gunertem is a Alexandria tennis junior playing at Mount Vernon Athletic Club since 2012 and with any 10 year old, it is a dream come true when she met her tennis idol at the US Open tennis tournament this past August.