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The 2008 Mercer County Tennis Hall of Fame is history, and the next event will be held in February of 2012. E-mail us any time to submit a nomination or to volunteer for the committee, which will form in February, 2011. Check back in April of 2010 for our updated Calendar of Events. Click on Hall of Fame to find out who's been inducted in our every-four-year special event. To add an event or a story item, please send an e-mail to mercertenniscouncil@verizon.net. For USTA Middle States news, visit www.middlestates.usta.com. For NJ District news, visit www.newjersey.usta.com.

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2009 NJTL of Trenton Gala A Success

At the May 1 annual gala, Building a Future for our Youth, The National Junior Tennis League of Trenton raised over $300,000 to continue its significant work with children in the Trenton area. At the same time, it was able to recognize early pioneers of the program and showcase its youth, many of whose involvement in the program has been a life-altering experience. Read More
 

Princeton Tennis Classic still going strong

The 26th Annual Princeton Tennis Classic was moved indoors Thursday, and it turned out so well that no one seemed to notice the rain. Gwen Guidice, executive director of the Princeton Tennis Program, said this is the first time in her 14 years that the whole day of doubles was forced inside. The irony of it was that they were able to move to their own club. PTP bought the Princeton Indoor Tennis Center in December. Read More
 

Flex leagues new USTA offering

The USTA has a new league program called “USTA Flex Leagues,” and it was designed to help players fit tennis into their busy lives. The concept is similar to the Mercer County Summer League, wherein players sign up for their level in singles or doubles, receive a schedule, and plan directly with their opponent the time (and in this case, venue) to play. Flex players will post scores online. There are no playoffs. Read More
 

How the economy is affecting tennis in Mercer County

Clubs are holding up well in these tough economic times. Read More
 

Prince branches out to other sports

The Prince 03 technology was so successful that they're now using it for other sports. Read More
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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