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.
All coaches have responsibility of instilling various core values and game strategies into the players that they are coaching. Our Blue Chip Tennis Professionals take this responsibility serious and hope that we every player we coach is able to not only apply the lessons that they learn to their tennis game but that they carry these […]
MTVAC now offers yiftee – a gift of health and a yippe in one! Learn more about how you can buy & redeem your MTVAC yiftee card!
Carol Molesky has been very involved with the Junior Team Tennis group where she coaches the practices and oversees the matches. She currently teaches at Worldgate Sport and Health and coaches the girls’ varsity tennis coach at South Lakes High School in Reston
Blue Chip Tennis Pro Receives Accolades for Being Youngest in Nation to Receive Tennis Certification
Blue Chip Tennis Pro, Avery Vogelzang, is the youngest instructor to receive the PTR tennis certification.
Since 2006, Mount Vernon Athletic Club has been hosting the Swing for Pink charity event and has raised over $124,000 for the fight against breast cancer. The funds raised are used in the local 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!
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.
There was great professional ATP and WTA tennis, hosted a great ladies clinic, our top juniors participated in a great Stars of Tomorrow tennis tournament, as well as officially announcing our new partnership with Sport & Health Worldgate.
The long-running USTA’s Men’s Church Cup was held June 26th at the historic Merion Cricket Club in Pennsylvania. Blue Chip Tennis Academy Director Tim Bainton was asked to coach the USTA Mid-Atlantic Team in the prestigious tournament. Three other representatives from Blue Chip Tennis Academy were also on hand. Coaches Lorenzo Popescu and Matt Krawzyk and long time player and seasonal coaching assistant Michael Ruamthong were proud to play for and represent the Mid-Atlantic tennis section.