As we near the end of June, an update:
This week saw some excellent weather and…some dynamic movement on the ladder!
Gino Galutera and Tom Walsh are now assuming the #1 and #2 rungs respectively: well done, gentlemen.
Ryan Losey and Alex Vena also made pretty big leaps this week…and some week 1 revenge today from yours truly on Mr O’Cleirigh. The JP rivalry is REAL. And far from over.
We also have a new leader on the Points Ladder, Victor Hart. Nice work getting out there Victor!
We had a new member to the ladder added just today and yes, please let any friends know that they can still join any time during the summer.
Weather looks good later in the week. Challenge away!
Greetings Tennis Ladder 2020
just a little update after week one to let you know that Mr Victor Hart sits alone in the Points Column, with Mr Meneccheti and Mr Krasikov directly below: well done Gentlemen.
looks like the most nail biting match happened this week between Mr Krasikov and Mr Wood, a 10-8 tie breaker sealed the deal for Mr Krasikov. Well done, Roman.
Early part of the week looks good so let’s get out there and WERK!
I am pleased to say that the Summer Challenge Ladder is already 31 rungs strong, and its not even July!
Please join us (only 10 bucks) and know there is plenty of room all summer for you.
This will be my last All-Members announcement for a while.
Hope to see you out there. The vibe is good. The weather is choice. The price is right.
Are you ready to climb?
your long legged ladder Facilitator here, happy to report that after our initial invite last week, the ladder is 17 players strong and…there is still room! In fact, the ladder extends as long as needed to accommodate all! All info there on home page. 10 bucks for the whole shapoopie and official challenge matches begin June 8!
Also know you can join Any time this summer if you’d like to wait a bit.
Hi Tennis4All Members!
Tennis4All memberships have been extended, free of charge, until June 1, 2021. You will not have to renew your membership to join the summer challenge ladder.
Speaking of the summer challenge ladder, if you are interested please sign up on the Tennis4All website.
Tennis courts are back open so get your matching outfits ready and get your grunt on! Oh wait, that’s just me!
Brian Bartoloni, Membership Director, Tennis4All
Registration now up on home page (10 bucks!) for Summer Challenge Ladder 2020. A few new rules you will see related to social distancing but yeah, it’s on! The weather is gorge and the ladder awaits your arrival. Will you take a rung? Will you win a prize?
Dust off that racket and join the Summer Ladder. Nice way to meet some new peeps.
I am your host, Doug Lockwood. I also play. Tennis. See you out there. Re-read all the rules, new and old and remember, its all about having some fun and getting some exercise.
To give you some time to get your strokes back, the ladder will start on Monday, June 8. Enjoy!!
In honor of Agnieska Radwanska’s iconic shiny metallic Lotto dress from the 2015 hardcourt season, we are hosting our March Tennis Social with a disco theme! Dust off your shiny outfit, get down low for that Agnieska squat backhand, and play tennis with us!
Enjoy playing doubles tennis followed by eating, drinking, and socializing with other Tennis4All members! Cost is $25, which includes 2 hours of tennis plus food/drink afterwards.
Sign up now!
Registration for the 2020 Boston Tennis Classic is now open! It will be held June 19-21 at Harvard University. We are capping this year’s tournament at 130 players, so sign up early!
If you have any questions please email this year’s tournament directors, Edwin and Chris, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found at www.bostontennisclassic.org.
Click here to register!
In an attempt to expose people to the game of tennis and improve the skills of everyone, Tennis4All is proud to provide its members and guests the first of three monthly tennis clinics at Sportsman’s Tennis Club in Dorchester. We hope that you will catch the tennis bug like we have!!!
The clinic will be run by Sportsman’s pro Anthony Johnson.
Location: Sportsman’s Tennis Club in Dorchester, MA
To register, click here: