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Good Question: Jan/Feb 2021

Who makes the call on a double bounce? I was spectating at a recent Men’s City Finals match and witnessed a point where a drop...

2020 Annual Meeting

2021 ALTA Board Chairman Joyce Vance, 2021 ALTA President and 2020 President’s Award Recipient Debbie Gaster, 2020 ALTA Board Chairman Robert Fitzgerald, 2020 ALTA President Sandy Depa, 2020 President’s Award Recipient Barbara Ingram, and 2020/2021 ALTA Treasurer John Lowell.
By Emmy Powell One of the long-standing and memorable traditions at ALTA is the annual meeting in November. But just like nearly everything in 2020,...

Creamy BCT Dip

Carolyn Lauterbach, Crabapple Parc, Sunday Women B1 1       lb. bacon, crumbled 1       cup mayo 1       cup sour cream 8       oz. cream cheese, softened 1½    ...

Nutella Dip

Dinaker Yanamandala, CTG Men’s B7 1       cup of Nutella hazelnut spread A variety of your favorite fruits, chopped 1       cup of your preferred nuts (optional) Arrange...

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Nichelle Pate, Shakerag Women’s A5 2       (10 oz.) cans chunk chicken, drained 2       (8 oz.) packages cream cheese, softened 1       cup Ranch dressing ¾      ...

Homemade Salsa

Robin Kalick, Olde Towne Athletic Club, Thursday Women B7 1       cup tomatoes, finely chopped & peeled ½       cup tomato sauce ¼       cup yellow or...

Using your ‘Tennis GPS’ to Help Navigate Through a Match

By Stewart Russell, Partner Universal Tennis Academy, James Creek Tennis Center Controlling the rhythm, tempo and overall pace of a match is an extremely important...

Hindsight Is 2020

Roger Federer
By Luke Jensen, French Open Doubles Champion Hey, winners! In the sideways year that was 2020, I am extremely confident 2021 can be our finest...

The Importance of the Split Step

By Joyce Bitaraes, Smoke Rise Country ClubCenter When we talk about how to improve your tennis game, most will agree that you need to become...

Consistency and Execution are Keys to a Player’s Success

By Tyler Couch, Fair Oaks Tennis Center No matter how long we’ve played tennis, we always seem to be out of reach from our own...