Tennis in Cornelius


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  • Charlotte Racquet Club North
    Since Pattie Smith and her husband built Charlotte Racquet Club North in 1998 to infuse northern Charlotte with much-needed tennis action, they?ve watched the club blossom from seven courts and a doublewide trailer to a sweeping 14-court facility complete with a pool and a fitness complex. Pattie plans on adding four indoor courts by November to keep members playing through the winter?including one 78-year-old ace who games, sets, and matches twice a week.
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    9300 Browne Rd
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Blakeney Raquet Club
    we are charlotte's premier racquet club with the ameniteis of Tennis, Racquetball, Fitness and Swim. Great programs for ages and levels.
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    10607 Rea Rd
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Charlotte Tennis Academy Limited
    Fill up on fare from Charlotte Tennis Academy Limited in Charlotte and be sure to satisfy your stomach. If parking is a concern, you'll be happy to hear that there are many convenient options in the area. If your preferred mode of transit is of the two wheel variety, you're in luck — there's tons of bike parking outside the restaurant.
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    6100 Birmingham Drive
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Tanglewood Park
    Maturing ever closer to perfection in its second decade, the North Carolina Wine Festival convenes a statewide celebration in honor of the fruits of vineyard labor. Upon entering Tanglewood Park's verdant grounds, taste testers get commemorative wineglasses before scratching their oenophilic itches with varietal samples from vendors including Chatham Hill Winery and Hutton Vineyards. Nearly 40 wineries splash out tastes of their red and white magnum opuses, filling mouths with tasty drams and minds with a flurry of mellifluous wine terminology. After the tastings, palate-pleasing wines can be purchased by the glass for festival sipping, or in bottles and cases for at-home drinking or assembly of backyard temples to Dionysus.
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    4061 Clemmons Road
    Clemmons, NC US
  • AMP Tennis
    The eight hard-courts at AMP Tennis's facility are rarely empty. As the centerpiece of the AMP Tennis academy, the sun-baked rectangles host a bustling schedule of private lessons, USTA tournament play, clinics for adults, seasonal academies for juniors, and even special programs for children ages 3 and 4. In the middle of all the ball-thwacking fury is owner and tennis director [Chad C. Oxendine(http://gr.pn/1472k9h), a USPTA pro whose on-court experience includes a collegiate career at UNC-Wilmington, where he rose to play number-one singles and doubles as a senior without ever using a corked racket. Chad's efforts to pass on his love for the game have been as formidable as his own play between the lines—he garnered record participation numbers in his former position as Tennis Director in Vicksburg, Mississippi, and he earned a High Performance Coaching designation from the USTA in 2004.
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    P.O. Box 991
    Concord, NC US
  • Surma Tennis
    As a former ATP Tour professional and the first junior player to ever make the Davis Cup team for his home country of Nigeria, Surma passes on his wealth of international tennis experience to new generations of players through his namesake company. Since 1989, he has overseen a team of certified tennis professionals that imparts the principles of hard work, proper technique, and competitive spirit to their students, all within an environment that promotes sportsmanship and fun. Players of all skill levels can improve their play, from beginners working on fundamentals to advanced players looking for skilled hitting partners. Likewise, intermediate players can take their skills to the next level as they learn strategies that are far more effective than grunting incessantly before the match begins.
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    5701 Cary Ridge
    Charlotte, NC US