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Get Ready for Tennisfest on May 10


Tennisfest was a huge success in its first two years, so NJD is bringing it back. This year, however, there will be a different twist. Instead of the August tournament that included singles and doubles at various levels, the 2014 version will be mixed doubles only and will be held Saturday, May 10, with a rain date of May 11. Categories are combination 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, and 9.0. Players may enter just one event, but consolation rounds will guarantee everyone plays at least two matches. Read More
 

Being an Official: An Inside Look


Have you ever considered becoming a tennis official but were perhaps daunted by the task? NJD talked with three certified and highly-respected New Jersey officials, each with very different stories and backgrounds, giving us a look into what it's like to be an official, how to become one, and how different the experiences can be. Read More
 

Where are They Now: Shikha Uberoi


Shikha spent her formative years in Princeton and was a standout student and tennis player (along with her younger sister Neha), and both became professional tennis players. NJD is proud of this accomplished NJD citizen and was thrilled to catch up with her and see what's she's been up to since leaving the pro tour. Here is Shikha's bio, followed by a Q&A that outlines a dizzying agenda, ambitious outlook, and a superb attitude. Read More
 

Volunteer for Special Olympics

The Special Olympics USA Games are only five months away, and volunteers for the tennis venue at Mercer County Park are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible. The tennis dates are June 16-20 and getting tennis knowledgeable volunteers is a priority before it all opens up to the general public on Feb. 15. Some tennis knowledgeable roles are court captain and ball retriever. To get involved in this very special event, visit 2014specialolympics.org/player/volunteer and enter "Tennis" when it asks for an Access Code. Read More
 

NJD Junior Girl Volunteer of the Year: Taylor Reese


When New Jersey District was in the process of choosing award winners for 2013 and Taylor Reese's name came up for Junior Girl Volunteer of the Year, it was a no-brainer. The high school junior started volunteering for Special Olympics in 4th grade, has been totally committed, and can't even imagine not doing it. Read More
 

National Junior Tennis & Learning of Trenton (NJTLT) Announces 21st Annual Gala


National Junior Tennis & Learning of Trenton (NJTLT) today announced the details for its 21st Annual Gala, to be held Saturday, March 29, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Princeton. Read More
 

Middle States Tennis Development Workshop

Great tennis education and resource opportunities are planned for the Middle States Tennis Development Workshop, April 11-12, 2014 at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Valley Forge, PA. On-court activities, Q&A sessions and plenty of networking. Read More
 

PTP Kids Participate in Campus Kids Day


A number of Princeton Tennis Program (PTP) Elite and Tournament Training juniors took part in Campus Kids Day hosted by the Princeton University men’s tennis team for their match against Marquette University on Saturday, February 8. Read More
 

NJD Junior and Adult No. 1s for 2013

New Jersey District is proud to announce the juniors and adults who finished 2013 ranked No. 1 in their respective age categories. Read More
 

New Jersey District Award Recipients Announced

Congratulations to the 2013 New Jersey District Award recipients. Players and organizations will be honored at the NJD Award Ceremony on Sunday, April 6 at the Laurel Creek Country Club. Read More