As the weather turns colder, remember two indoor courts are available at Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center. Call ahead to confirm the courts are available: 320-762-1124. Arrowwood charges a small fee for the use of their courts, by hour per court used.
Interested in providing or assisting with individual and group lessons? Let us know! We receive many requests for private lessons for area youth and adults, let us know if you are interested in filling the need – paid or volunteer. Once we hear from you, we will contact you to set up an informational interview before referring families. We also encourage you to attend a training organized by USTA Northern. With enough local interest, we can bring a training session to Alexandria!
FREE memberships to USTA available for kids 10 and under if registered before December 31, 2017. Sign Up today to receive camp, tournament and other competitive play information, discounts on merchandise and tournament tickets, and so much more! Use the source code FYF17CNS when registering to receive the free membership.
Planning for next season’s adult and youth offerings is underway. Have ideas or suggestions, please let us know.
Last chance for organized tennis fun with the family! Join us Wednesday, August 23 at 6 pm for our last family fun night of the summer. Family fun nights are held at Alexandria Area High School and include activities for all ages.
Looking for more tennis play opportunities? Check out the Morris Prairie Open happening September 9 and 10 in Morris, MN. Play is grouped for ages 18+ and for ages 12-17. Sign up for singles, doubles, or mixed doubles. You can also register for more than one category.
The last two weeks of the Doubles Tennis League were rained out. All teams are still encouraged to make up their games. Updated standings and missing matches are available on the Player’s Page. We had a good first year, but are looking to improve. If you have any suggestions or concerns we should look to address, please let us know!
This summer, four area youth participated in World Team Tennis. The team was made up of two female and two male players. At each event, players compete in doubles, singles, and mixed doubles. Play follows usual rules, with a few ‘power ups’ to keep it interesting. Let us know if you are interested in joining next year’s team – open to players ages 14-18!
Over 100 area youth participated in our lessons and jamborees. Thank you for joining us! If you have suggestions or concerns we should address for next summer, please let us know. If you missed out on the fun, check back frequently for updates on winter programming and summer options after the first of the year. Make plans to join us next summer!
June was a great month for tennis. Great weather and only one cancellation.
Doubles league started out strong, the teams of Casey DeJong/Keith Hoeschen and Matt Verant/Dave Hammer remain undefeated. The Player’s Page is live, and contains standings and score updates. Contact Us if you need the password.
LAR youth lessons were well attended, with over 30 area youth participating. Looking forward to another great turn out in Session 2 starting Monday, July 10.
The afternoon jamboree for middle school and junior varsity was attended by 15 players. Another jamboree is scheduled for the end of July. The July jamboree will run all day, lunch provided.
Remember when playing singles challenge matches to report scores via the score reporting link on the Player’s Page, or on the Contact Us page.
A big THANK YOU to Craig Mische for the updated photos now on our page!
In an effort to involve more tennis players in the area, the doubles league has been opened to young adults. When registering, please be sure to mark what ages you would like to play: 13-18 only (to play with young adults only), 13+ (to play with all ages), or 18+ only (to play with adults only).
Visit the adult page for more details and to register.
When: Sunday, April 9 at 5:00 pm Where: Glenwood State Bank, Alexandria location. Use the entrance south of the main doors to access the upstairs community room Why: Plan tennis opportunities for area adults and youth