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87-year-old Russell Fink: The Late Bloomer

College Park Tennis Club member Russell Fink achieved the highlight of his senior playing career two weeks ago at the USTA National Men's 85s Clay Court Championships, winning a silver ball by reaching the final in singles. This caps off a remarkable year of top...

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Tiafoe and Arconada to compete in Citi Open

Francis Tiafoe, the No. 6 ranked junior in the International Tennis Federation, has received a wild card entry to the main draw of the Citi Open® Tournament. It will be the College Park, Md., native's first foray into an ATP World Tour tournament's main draw. Tiafoe,...

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ITF junior tournament returns to JTCC in August

Today the Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC) announced that Prince George’s County will become the official title sponsor of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Grade 1 Junior Tournament, which returns to College Park, Md. for the third consecutive year. The...

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Citi Open Wild Card Challenge comes to JTCC

The US' top amateur tennis players will have a chance to compete in one of the most competitive professional tennis tournaments in the world. The Citi Open®, the Nation's Capital Tennis Tradition, and the Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC), one of the leading...

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JTCC players crowned Easter Bowl Champions

. Up 5-2 in the first set, Francis Tiafoe started to feel the match slipping away. “I definitely could have made that a little easier,” he told The Desert Sun. “I was up in the first set and we were both playing ugly tennis.” His opponent, Nathan Ponwith, started to...

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Tiafoe, Hiltzik advance to semis; Fenty pulls off upsets

. With two gritty three set displays, JTCC players Francis Tiafoe and Aron Hiltzik have advanced to the semifinals of the ASISC Easter Bowl. With the heat rule still in effect at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, No. 1 Tiafoe took the court against No. 7 Taylor Fritz in...

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Tiafoe, Hiltzik into quarterfinals, 12s, 14s, 16s underway

. Day 4 of the ASICS Easter Bowl featured a flurry of matches with over 50 matches in four different age divisions involving JTCC players, in both singles and doubles. In boys’ 18s singles, No. 1 Francis Tiafoe secured his third straight sets victory in a row, winning...

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