The Naperville Tennis Club

 

 

 

The Naperville Tennis Club is a 10-Court facility which provides the environment and programs to support fun, social tennis, as well as challenging, competitive play. 

 

The Naperville Tennis Club is dedicated to encouraging an atmosphere of civility and good sportsmanship and to maintaining the Club as a place where players can enhance their abilities, no matter what their skill level, making friendships in the process.

 

 

Fall Lesson Schedules

 Athletes Against ALS Support Elsie Johnson in her courageous fight!
Weekend Featuring Tennis Great Norman McCarthy 

 

Thank you to our generous partners and donors:

 

Guest Tennis Pro Norman McCarthy, Wilson Sports, Dunlop, Head, Kswiss, NTC for donating their time and several auction items, all of our anonymous donors, Pepe's Mexican Restaurant for donating the dinner buffet and the members and guests who participated in this event! 

 

If you are not able to attend our weekend event, direct donations to Elsie's Walk to Defeat ALS can be made HERE. 

 

Over 17 Men & Women's Teams Wrapped up Antoher Successful Season

 

2016-17 First Place Teams' Pics

Naperville Tennis Club Playoff Championship team week:


On Sunday, May 7th the Jack Barry Women’s 4.5 #2 team met Challenge Fitness in the Finals. It was an exciting match with Naperville prevailing 3-2.  #1 singles won a close 3 setter which proved to be the deciding match.  This is the first year since the Jack Barry league has been in existence that there have not been multiple championships won by the same club. Each division, Men and Women, was won by a different club.  


There were four exciting NITTL Finals playoff matches on Thursday 5/11 and Friday 5/12 against Score resulting in four victories.
3 National won 3 ½ - ½.  The courts were close.  Court 2 won the 1st set and then lost a close 2nd set resulting in a tie.


2 Liberty won 3-1 with both courts 1 and 4 prevailing in a close 3rd set.


3 Central won a very close match decided by sets.  The match was tied 2-2 and the tiebreaker came down to Napeville winning 4-3 in sets.


4 Central won 3-1. Courts 3 and 4 won in straight sets. Court 2 lost a tough 3 set match. Court 1 prevailed in the 3rd set which sealed the victory for the team.


Congratulations to these teams for winning the championship and for all of Naperville Tennis Club’s Traveling Teams for a great season!

 

Naperville Tennis Club Honored by

USTA/CDTA Chicago Tennis Patrons as
2016 Club of the Year

 

The award was received in part because:
 
NTC is a facility that strives for constant improvement while maintaining a sense of community. Due to a dedicated and talented teaching staff, and devoted enthusiastic club members, NTC is a place where one can witness two to three generations of players involved in programs.  NTC is connected to Naperville and the CDTA in such a mutually beneficial way as to constantly expand tennis offerings and positive experiences for players at all ages and levels, bring and retaining players in the game we all love. Like the USTA, NTC supports diverse programs that promote tennis through encouraging good sportsmanship and fun.  

NTC’s Steve Haas Selected as the
2016 Tournament Director of The Year

 

Steve, PTR certified professional, provides ongoing information and support to all the players and their parents throughout the tournament (both in person and via phone/text if necessary) while also always promoting good sportsmanship and healthy competition among the players.  Both players and parents have consistently recognized Steve for making the tournament play a positive competitive experience whether a player wins or not.  Steve’s work with USTA tournaments represents his dedication to tennis beyond his avid participation as a player and his role as a coach.   Please congratulate Coach Steve when you see him at the club and consider entering your junior player in an NTC Tournament.

NTC’s Mike Miller honored as the
USTA/CDTA Chicago Tennis Patrons

2016 Top Ranked 4.0 Singles Player in Chicago

 

Mike started playing tennis in his 20’s out of River Trails Tennis Center in Arlington Heights.  Later he started playing in competitive singles leagues and U.S.T.A. tournaments. In 2013, he finished as the #1 U.S.T.A. 3.5 singles player in Chicago. Mike recently moved to Naperville and is currently playing the Jack Barry team out of Naperville Tennis Club, along with the Northern Illinois USTA team out of another club.  He also competes in the Gladiator League during the summers.  This past summer Mike won the Gladiator 4.5 Division.  Along with finishing the year as #1 U.S.T.A. 4.0 singles, he also finished the year as the #1 U.S.T.A. 4.0 for the Midwest.