|Tennis Weekend recap|
USTA North Carolina's Tennis Weekend returned to Pinehurst for 2015, bringing hundreds of tennis professionals from across the state to the Carolina Hotel. The weekend was filled with constructive discussions about the sport of tennis and the innovative changes being made heading forward into the new year.
Did you miss out on Pinehurst this year? Here's what all happened over the weekend.
NC Tennis introduces Omega Sports 30 & Under League
Are you 30 years old or younger? If so, you'll have the chance to compete in USTA North Carolina's inaugural 30 & Under League sponsored by Omega Sports starting this month.
Players ages 30 and under from all skill levels are eligible to participate in this new league. Matches will take place on Friday nights at Barber Park in Greensboro starting February 6 and will run through March 27.
Isner, Blake and Bryan brothers are coming to Greensboro
John Isner is hosting his 5th Annual Ebix Charity Challenge in Greensboro, and he's bringing several high-profile friends along to hit with him. James Blake and the Bryan brothers will be at UNC Greensboro (UNCG) for an exhibition match with Isner on February 7.
USTA North Carolina recognizes 2014 award winners
A total of 32 exceptional players, professionals and organizations have been announced as USTA North Carolina's 2014 award winners. These recipients will be honored at Tennis Weekend, which is held annually at Pinehurst Resort in January.
USTA North Carolina is proud every year to recognize supporters who have made incredible contributions to the promotion and support of tennis across the state. The following individuals/organizations were selected as the 2014 winners.
North Carolina natives take prominent positions around USTA
Two Raleigh natives will be moving up the ranks of the USTA and USTA Southern in the upcoming year. Andy Andrews has been nominated as the 2015-2016 First Vice President of the USTA, and USTA Southern has announced Paula Hale will be the next USTA Southern Board of Directors President and CEO.