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NJTL of Trenton is hosting the 2015 Capital Cup on September 27th!

NJTL of Trenton's 2015 Capital Cup, Charity Tennis and Family Dinner, will occur September 27, 2015, at the Trenton Country Club. This year's event will honor Ann Loprinzi, columnist for the Times of Trenton. For more information, including how to register, please visit Read More

Frank - The Mailman Delivers

The Frank V. Cuiule Summer Classic Tennis Tournamnet sponsored by the Princeton Tennis Program is being held Saturday, July 11th. While registration is closed, spectators are welcome to attend and watch some tennis starting at 9:00 a.m. at Veterans Park in Hamilton. Frank was born on August 2, 1924 in Trenton, NJ. His mother and father, Antonio and Cristina Cuiule, immigrated to America several years earlier from Calabria, Italy. Frank had two siblings, Vincent and Mary; both are diseased. Read More

6th Annual Trenton Short Course Championship is a Success!

On Tuesday, April 21st, the National Junior Tennis and Learning of Trenton held its 6th Annual Trenton Short Court Tennis Championship at the Junior Champion Tennis Center at Cadwalader Park. More than 250 students played in the Championship, the culminating event of the NJTL of Trenton's Physical Education Program, which brings tennis into elementary and middle schools in the Trenton and Hamilton area. Read More

The Storied Career of Anne Baxter Humes

Anne Baxter Humes has truly distinguished herself in the USTA tennis community! For over forty years, she has contributed to the growth of tennis, not only in the New Jersey District, but in Middle States and at the National level, as well. When I first agreed to write an article on Anne Humes for NJD, I thought I would be writing about her recent retirement as the Administrative Director, Office of the President of the USTA. Hearing how she dealt with five USTA presidents over ten years would definitely be interesting news, not to mention the excitement and challenges of managing the President's Suite at the US Open. Read More

Guidelines for Supportive Parents

David A. Feigley, Ph.D., Rutgers Youth Sports Research Council, provides 12 guidelines for concerned parents who strive to support their young tennis players. Read More

Slammin' for the Cure is a Smash!

The 2015 Slammin' for the Cure raised $3,410 to benefit the Virtua Foundation's Tyanna Barre O'Brien Breast Care Comfort Fund. Read More

A Tennis Twist on the Polar Bear Plunge

On January 2nd, a number of brave tennis players tore themselves away from their warm, cozy homes to brave the elements to play tennis in the 1st annual Polar Bear Tournament at Atkins Park in Sewell presented by “Win3Break3”. Read More

Party at the Net!

Hey NJD League players! Want a night of FREE tennis? Includes clinics, round robin, pizza & drinks! All you have to do is invite a new "tweener" tennis player...someone between the ages of 18 and 40 to join you. Read More

Fireballs Heat Up the Competition

Congratulations to the Princeton Tennis Program Fireballs who won the Middles States Sectional Championships for Tri Level 3.5/4.0/4.5 and will be representing Middles States and the New Jersey District at the Tri Level Championship held in Indian Wells, California. Read More

Introducing the 2015-16 NJD Board of Directors

A list of the members of the 2015-16 New Jersey District Board of Directors. Read More