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SHIPPAN RACQUET CLUB IN STAMFORD TO HOST A USTA PLAY EVENT

Stamford, Connecticut, March, 22nd 2014 – Shippan Racquet Club will host a USTA Tennis Play Event on Saturday, March 22nd at Shippan Racquet Club from 11:30am-1:30pm in celebration of World Tennis Day, a nationwide effort to get kids excited and active in tennis. During the month of March, the USTA will invite families and kids of all ages and skill levels to try tennis at local events and facilities across the country—encouraging kids to get on the court and in the game.

 

Studies have shown that an early, positive experience in sports is vital to combatting physical inactivity and creating a lifelong commitment to an active lifestyle. More than a thousand facilities will host USTA Tennis Play Events this March, each showcasing how fun and easy it now is for families to get into the sport. These events will allow parents to sign up their children for spring and summer tennis programs.

 

“USTA Tennis Play Events provide an opportunity to engage children in a fun environment, as well as inspiring them to love physical activity and sports for life,” said Kurt Kamperman, USTA Chief Executive, Community Tennis. “These efforts are part of USTA’s strong commitment to making it easier for kids to get into the game—and stay in the game.”

 

World Tennis Day on March 3 serves as a kick-off to the Play Events. It is a celebration of tennis around the world that includes professional tennis matches in New York City, Hong Kong and London. The World Tennis Day celebration in New York’s Madison Square Garden will feature Novak Djokovic squaring off against Andy Murray, and Bob and Mike Bryan taking on John and Patrick McEnroe. 

 

To learn more about USTA Tennis Play Events, please visit www.youthtennis.com.

 

For more information, contact:

Barb Cavaliere

Manager of Shippan Racquet Club

Barb@shippanracquet.com

203-323-3129

www.shippanracquet.com

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