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USTA/Southern Adult Men & Women’s Leagues
For information contact:
Jeannie Harrell @ 251-661-2099



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Bay Area Tennis Association (BATA)
For additional information
Contact: Kathy Meisner @ 251-445-0780



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2014 USTA Mixed 55 & Over 7.0

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2014 USTA Adult League 55 & Over 3.0

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2014 USTA Adult League 40 & Over 3.5 Women

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2014 USTA Adult League 18 & Over 4.5 Men

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2014 USTA Adult League 18 & Over 3.0 Men

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USTA 2014 Male League Captain of the Year - Kenny Sands

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No Pets unless it’s a service animal for the impaired.

The Mobile Tennis Center is recognized as one of the world’s largest public tennis facilities. Located in beautiful Mobile, Alabama next to Municipal Park; our facility offer 60 laykold tennis courts, host numerous tennis tournaments that attract thousands of participants. In addition, our facility host both USTA and Bata league matches and provide clinics and private lessons.


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However, The Tennis Courts at Cottage Hill Tennis Center (inside Medal of Honor Park) and at Lyons Park (corner of Catherine & Springhill Avenue) will be open between 7 am and dark for general public use.

 

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“MTC HONORS ITS NAMESAKE” DURING MAY USTA NATIONAL TENNIS MONTH

When tennis fans far and near mention tennis and the city of Mobile in the same breath, another name often pops up. The late Newton Cox was an interval, influential part of tennis in the Port City beginning in 1958, when he began as the tennis pro of the Mobile Tennis Center. Mr. Cox was the director of the Mobile Tennis Center since 1965. He began playing tennis when he was a 16 year old at McGill Institute. He coached his alma mater for 13 seasons winning the city championship every year. Mr. Cox taught individuals for several years before being coaxed into taking the job at the newly opened Tennis Center at Mobile Municipal Park. While at the center, Mr. Cox influenced the future of hundreds of junior tennis players, even traveling with them to tournaments. Many of his students achieved state and national rankings. His scope of tennis expanded as Mr. Cox’s eye for detail and organization caught state and sectional tournament committee members’ attention.

Mr. Cox worked in an administrative capacity with every major tennis association in the Southern Association. He served as president of the ATA, STA, the Alabama Professional and Southern Professional tennis associations and vice-president of the USTA Professional Tennis Association. In addition, he served on several committees at various tournaments, including major championships like the U.S. Open and Australian Open. Mr. Cox received more than 20 major awards from tennis organizations.

Mr. Cox was inducted into the McGill Hall of Fame, the Alabama Tennis Hall of Fame and the Southern Tennis Association Hall of Fame. Cox also won the STA Charles B. Morris Jr. Service Award in 1996, the Marlboro Award, the Jacobs Bowl, the T.N. Touchstone, Jr. Memorial Trophy and the Pride of the South.

The MTC had only eight courts during its first seven years when Mr. Cox began his mission in 1965. MTC has expanded to 60 courts and well known as one of the largest municipal tennis facilities in the world.



Sign up today for Mobile
USTA Flex League 2015 Summer Season

Play fun, competitive matches according to your schedule. Men’s and Women’s Singles & Doubles play offered at all rating levels. Play your matches when and where you and your opponents choose. You do not have to be a USTA member to play. Register by July 13, 2015. For more info and to register visit www.ustaflex.com, or contact Flex League local tennis organizer Patrick Bolton at 251.680.8412 or ustaflexleague@gmail.com



 

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