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2 weeks ago

Tennis4All Boston

Thanks to everyone who came out to our Spring Clinic on Saturday...just in time for spring outdoor tennis. We had a blast! Stay tuned for more tennis programming from T4A! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Greg Morell

If u r in the mood 4 tennis on your beach vacation, there is an open drop in Ogunquit every Wed. & Friday at 6 pm, three courts on Agamenticus Road, no fee ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for letting us know! If any of you are in the Boston area, please reach out for playing opportunities as well!

1 month ago

Tennis4All Boston

Based on current Massachusetts Board of Health event regulations and the continued closure of our home courts at Harvard University to the public, we regretfully have to cancel this year’s Boston Tennis Classic. 😢 We hope to see you in 2022, when we can hopefully welcome players from the GLTA World Tour again! ... See MoreSee Less

Based on current Massachusetts Board of Health event regulations and the continued closure of our home courts at Harvard University to the public, we regretfully have to cancel this year’s Boston Tennis Classic. 😢 We hope to see you in 2022, when we can hopefully welcome players from the GLTA World Tour again!

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😥 but right thing to do. See you in 2022!

2 months ago

Tennis4All Boston

Celebrating Black History Month: Naomi Osaka wins her 4th Grand Slam singles title today at the @australianopen, now third among active players with GS titles. Althea Gibson paved the way, and Naomi is in good company. @serenawilliams @venuswilliams @naomiosaka #BlackHistoryMonth ... See MoreSee Less

Celebrating Black History Month: Naomi Osaka wins her 4th Grand Slam singles title today at the @australianopen, now third among active players with GS titles. Althea Gibson paved the way, and Naomi is in good company. @serenawilliams @venuswilliams @naomiosaka #blackhistorymonth

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Shout out to Zina Garrison who won 3 mixed doubles slams (1987 Australian Open, 1988 Wimbledon & 1990 Wimbledon), 2 Fed Cups (1989 & 1990), and 2 Olympic medals (1988 doubles gold & bronze singles). Probably not enough to make the Hall of Fame, but still one of the bests of her generation.

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