Hello Summer Challenge Ladder Warriors!

The battle for Points is getting very interesting with Mr Pollock rising high on the ladder to challenge Mr Surla-Vargas there, and some other folks are directly under him as well.

Mr Legendre continues to lead gracefully at the top of the Standings ladder. Can anyone take him down? What will it take? Mr Menechetti came close but alas…the ladder leader remains the same.

A reminder: when you challenge someone, make sure you are looking at the Standings and NOT the Points ladder to see who is 6 above or 4 below you. We had a little confusion about that. Sometimes of course you challenge someone, make a date to play etc and in the meantime they might move up or down on the ladder and be out of your official range: that is not a big deal and you should just proceed with the match.

Weekend weather looking pretty good! see you out there, on the courts of honor.

Also, (shameless self-promotion section of this announcement) we have only a week and a half left of “Pride and Prejudice” over at the Balch Auditorium on the Tufts Campus. Do come support your Rung Master here, playing Mr Wickham, Mr Collins and yes, Miss Bingley, in a new funkified adaptation of the great Jane Austen story. Here is the link with all the stink!



Vamos Enos!

This past week saw Rafa claim his 12th French Open, Ashleigh Barty receiving her first… and more importantly, the arrival of Scott Enos on the Summer Challenge Ladder, instantly ascending to the 2 spot on the Points ladder and jumping up several rungs on the positions ladder. Well done Scott!


The weather is gorgeous.

See you out there.

It is time to prepare… for Wimbledon.

March time 1:30 PM on Saturday!!

Hi everyone,

Anyone who is interested in marching with Tennis4all (the more, the merrier) should meet at 827 Boylston Street (Sir Speedy is your landmark) no later than 1:30 PM this Saturday 6/8.

Bring your tennis racquet as we plan on playing mini tennis and waving to the crowd with our racquets.

This is a great chance to promote the league, have fun, and be proud of who you are!!

We hope you can join us!!

A link to the Facebook event page is below.  Please check it for any updates.

Any questions?  (617)-838-5279.

Steve Menichetti

March with us June 8th!!

Hi Everyone,

Tennis4all will be marching in the pride parade 🏳️‍🌈 on Saturday, June 8th.  We will know more about start time (sometime between 11am-1:30pm) and location (somewhere on Boylston street) on Wednesday or Thursday.

The weather forecast for Saturday is 75 and sunny ☀️.  Nice day for a stroll, perhaps?

ALL are welcome – we hope that you consider marching.   Let’s be proud of who we are as individuals and as an organization.

Below is a link to the event.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Steve Menichetti




Wiggle Waggle

Hello out there! The Summer Challenge ladder is off to a blistering start. As you will note in the score report, there was a Fierce battle between the #1 and #2 players…seems they both left it all out there.

Yours truly was heard wheezing on the court against an old foe…#cardio #bewarethelobsofcliff!

Jeremy continues to amass huge points. Will anyone catch him? The summer is long.

The ladder is also long.

Climb it.

Vamos Rafa

Recruiting for Atlantic Cup Team 2019

Dear Tennis4All Members —
It is my great honor and privilege to be serving as this year’s Atlantic Cup captain, and in that esteemed capacity (i.e., the role that nobody else wanted), I am writing to ask that you consider representing our great organization in our effort to dominate our rivals (on the tennis court not the bedroom, you pigs). Boston will compete in a team tennis competition at the Harvard courts on August 10th and 11th against NY, DC, and some other insignificant city from a state that voted to install The Donald as President (payback time!). The team will be composed of players from each level (Open, A, B, C, D and XXX … don’t ask, but lets just say Buldini has this one covered) at both singles and doubles. The multi-person event will be reserved to the after-party and is strictly BYOS&H (Bring your own swings and harnesses). Last year we came in second place, but with the home court advantage we have a real shot at victory! Should we not win, there may or may not be a contingency plan already in place to acquire the trophy through a clandestine operation, but lets hope it doesn’t come to Conall streaking across Cambridge to cause a distraction while Mike Dineen quietly drops the trophy into his strangely inconspicuous beach bag.

If you would like to play on the Atlantic Cup team or simply want more information please email me at Spots will fill up quickly, and I’d like to get some practices going so please do so quickly!

Best wishes,
Captain Chlamydia (aka Brian)

Pride and Prejudice

Hey there. Come see your Summer Challenge Rung-Master, Doug Lockwood, in Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ over at Tufts near Davis Square. And support local theatre while you’re at it. Plays for most of the month of June. Here is the link.

I am playing Collins, Wickham and (of course) Miss Bingley.

ASCEND! The 2019 Tennis4All Summer Challenge Ladder Awaits YOU!

I know most of you are in Rome, playing on the dirt but…when you return, please consider joining the prestigious Tennis4All Summer Challenge Ladder 2019!
Here is the link:
I am Doug Lockwood, your Rung-Master
Its 10 bucks thru paypal, and you organize the matches yourselves. All the rules can be found on the link but the gist of it is, you can challenge anyone up to 6 places higher or 4 places lower than you on the ladder.
We go thru Labor Day. You can join literally any time and get your friends to join too! 

Be the ladder.
Be well.
It is on.

MARCH in the Boston Pride Parade June 8th


Please come join us and promote Tennis4all by marching with us in the Boston pride parade on June 8th.

This is a wonderful chance to socialize with fellow Tennis4all members and to market our league.  It’s a big part of our marketing campaign to grow the league.

Please let me know if you are interested in marching and I can provide you with more information.


Steve Menichetti
Tennis4all Boston