New in 2001, the FCTF�����s Residential Tennis Program is reaching out to residents of apartment complexes, single-family home neighborhoods, and condominiumsMessage 1 of 36 , Apr 19, 2001View SourceNew in 2001, the FCTF�s Residential Tennis
Program is reaching out to residents of apartment
complexes, single-family home neighborhoods, and
condominiums to develop tennis programs in their communities.
The FCTF and the USTA Florida Section are working
together to structure a program that fits the needs of
each community, to identify and train coaches, and to
develop a USA Team Tennis program designed to be played
at facilities with 2 or fewer courts. Providing the
opportunity to get involved in the lifetime sport of tennis
to the people on the First Coast who are not private
club members is a very high priority for the FCTF. If
you live in a community with a few tennis courts and
want help getting a tennis program going, let us know!
... who like to play tennis. Anyone good enough to keep a rally going? Chris I usually play at either eagle harbor or the hard courts on 220. I m notMessage 36 of 36 , Jul 18, 2005View Source--- In email@example.com, sirhcj wrote:
> Just moved here from New Hampshire and looking to find some friendswho like to play tennis. Anyone good enough to keep a rally
I usually play at either eagle harbor or the hard courts on 220. I'm
not that great but good enough to play. I'm usually there after work
on weekdays. Shoot me an email if you want a game..