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Seton Hall Lady Pirates Helps Grow Tennis with Urban Kids
Carpet Tennis for Seniors
NEWARK OPEN HIGHLIGHTS Seton Hall Women's Tennis Coach Riza Zalameda
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DEUCECOURT DEUCE COURT Winter 2018 PREMIERE EDITION
After School with Brick Academy
Page 7 Seniors Have More Fun
Page 10 Finding time to give back
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From the Top USTA EASTERN Preparation is Key Summer Camp Tennis News & Views ATP & WTA 2017 Ranking
From the Top
DEUCECOURT DEUCE COURT Volume 1 Number 1 Quarterly WeCarePartners, Inc Publisher
Herbert D. Glenn Editor in Chief
Board of Directors Herbert D. Glenn CEO/President
John L Smith Chairman
Arnnetta Glenn Executive Vice President
Michelle Glenn Executive Vice President
Malachi Mitchell Vice President
Advisory Board Sakinah Bell Tracy Rogers Richard "TC" Hicks Harold Edwards, Sr. Dr. Dale G. Caldwell
Photography Felicia Laguerre Owens herbglenn & Company
Writers Volunteer staff www.wecarepartners.com for more information firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 3670 Newark, NJ 07103 973-847-1983
hat has been amazing about our experience here at WeCarePartners, Inc, is the ability to transform lives through the sport of tennis. The year 2017 marked a two year anniversary of our eﬀort. We have been on a rollercoaﬆer ride since. The ability to ﬁnd a method that can draw young lives into our mission to "Raise Awareness about issues important to our community" has found imeasurable success. It seems sureal as to the magnitude of participation we have received. Tennis is a very exciting sport that has been a hidden secret to successful people. It is unlike any other sport simply because of the versitle nature and self discipline needed to play the game. It has given me a new vision of self conﬁdence and awareness. From the beginning, it was an inspiration that can only be characterized as a spiritual awakening. I have become more complacent about the idea of being an advocate for health and wellness. My ﬆory is personal and motivating. After committing to the opportunity that united me with Dr. Dale Caldwell, an educator with
years of inﬂuence in the tennis diaspora. I became an ambassador for the purpose of spreading tennis in my community. Without any formal training except the guidance of the United States Tennis Association through the uﬆa.com website, I have become passionate in my eﬀort to help grow tennis and its mission. Health and wellness has always been a part of the WCP agenda and moving into an activity that provided a business model along with fun was a no-brainer. It wasn't until after suﬀering a pulminary embolism during the summer of 2016 that the urgency to become a disciple of this daring concept did it reach my inner spirit. After recovering from open-heart surgery, I convinced my doctor that playing tennis was more rewarding to me as therapy to overcome my ailement. I was given a prescription to practice the sport for rehabilitation.
the uﬆa. We coined it as "Carpet Tennis", and hope it will create a popularity of activity for seniors.We also share our energy with a volunteer ﬆaﬀ member Richard "TC" Hicks and members of his tennis club out of Society Hill in Newark, New Jersey. This year we also eﬆablished another summer camp
In this addition of our debut assignment, we inﬂuence a group of citizens that have found solice in their lives through aging. We rejuvinate their spirt, and oﬀer an alternative to social treatment using the new concepts of tennis participation introduced by
We will have more exciting activities into the New Year. We invite you to become a part of our mission. We sincerely hope that you found enjoyment during the holiday season. Welcome to the New Year 2018!
and three ﬁeld trips to visit the USTA campus in New York City. To complete this edition we feature the great work and support oﬀered by the coach of the Seton Hall University Lady Pirates coach Riza Zalameda who made an eﬀort to include her program "Kids Day" in our outreach eﬀort.
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USTA EASTERN NEW JERSEY Bob Bynum elected as Boys Tennis Coach of the Year
WCP Adopts local High School WeCareTennis has become a strong advocate for the USTA to help grow tennis in urban communities. Our effort continues to seek opportunities that will help to "create a new direction in leadership" for the young athlete and encourage more involvement to the sport. During the beginning of the tennis season for high school athletes, we became a volunteer at the Malcolm X. Shabazz High School in the south ward of Newark New Jersey. The tennis team is represented by a mixture of students from the neighboring schools. American History High School has the majority of students on the team.
ob Bynum in his debut assignment as the Head Coach for Newark Academy High Boys Tennis powered through his division to lead the school into the final State Tournament of Champions competition. He is a member of the Eastern Board of Directors representing New Jersey for the U.S.T.A.
Its difficult to provide support needed to train while competing with the Football and Basketball season underway. Shabazz has had a strong history of success in both sports. Tennis is not as popular but it has the same potential to be a great asset for the school and its athletic program. We were successful through a donation from the USTA to provide equipment for the tennis team. Next year we will start early with the team and help to create a competitive season.
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NEWARK OPEN FINISH SECOND YEAR TOURNAMENT
he Newark Open was held in the WestSide Memorial Park during the weekend of August 26-27 with 7 participants competed for prize money. The tournament introduced new players to our network. We hope that 2018 will provide a continuation of this opportunity to grow the sport of tennis in our neighborhood. Listed are the participants and their draw totals. Quarter Final Matches Brown def . Dugar (6-2,6-2), Granite def. Gomez (ns) , Raposo def. Healy (6-0,6-0), SemiFinal Matches Gaston Raposo Papavasiliou def. Brown(6-1,7-6), Raposo def. Granite (6-1,6-0), Final Winner Match Raposo def. Papavasiliou (7-6, 3-6, 7-1)
Constantinos Papavasiliou Finalist
Health & Wellness
20th Annual USTA Foundation NJTL ESSAY CONTEST Enter and you could win a trip to New York City for Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day!
n this edition I am lead to recognize the great work that was done giving me another chance to make a difference in the lives of others. Often we are reluctant to find it necessary to visit our doctors or feel that we are being inconsiderate, especially when there is nothing wrong. But it is necessary to contact your physician when you have the concerns that may be detrimental to your health as well as beneficial. If it has not been for the relationship that I have with my doctors, I would have never known that I had a ruptured achiles tendon or the need to have open heart surgery to remedy the pulminary embolism, each having the potential to end my life.
The NJTL is a nation-wide network of community tennis organizations seeking to develop the character of young people through tennis and education. This growing network of tennis providers share similar values, ideals, and goals by reaching out to those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to play tennis, instilling in youngsters the values of leadership and academic excellence, and by giving all kids the opportunity to fully develop their tennis skills so they can derive a lifetime of enjoyment from the sport. NJTL’s are unique because they offer a variety of on-court programming and also educational and life skill components designed to enhance a child’s overall development.
Contest entry period begins January 3, 2018 and ends at 5:00 PM ET on June 8, 2018.
If you are an NJTL participant, then write your answer to the following question: What is the most important lesson you have learned thus far through NJTL, and how does that lesson help you in your life as a student, a tennis player, and an individual? Please include the name of your NJTL in your answer. Write and You Could Win a Trip to New York City (open to all contestants age 18 and under participating in an NJTL chapter): Contestants will compete in one of the ﬁve age categories listed below. All contestants must write their answer to the question, “What is the most important lesson you have learned thus far through NJTL, and how does that lesson help you in your life as a student, a tennis player, and an individual? Please include the name of your NJTL in your answer” In 350 words or less on typed on a 8.5” x 11” page or less, single-sided only; if your essay is hand-written, it must be submitted on the provided NJTL Essay Contest Essay Sheet. If your essay is selected as a winning entry by the judges, you could be one of ten (10) national winners who win a trip for you and a parent/legal guardian to New York City. Be a VIP at Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, attend a professional sporting event, see a Broadway show, and receive a special award at a luncheon held in your honor.* Essays must be in English and will not be returned. See reverse side for Ofﬁcial Contest Rules or visit www.ustafoundation.com/njtlec. Eligibility: Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and/or D.C. and/or U.S. Territories, 18 or younger as of June 1, 2018, who are participants in a program sponsored by a local NJTL Chapter. Visit www.ustafoundation.com/njtl for more information. Prizes: Ten (10) national essay winners from the following age categories: 10 and Under, 11/12, 13/14. 15/16 and 17/18 (1 boy and 1 girl from each category) will be awarded a trip for two to New York (Aug. 24-26, 2018). All winners will be guests at the Arthur Ashe 2018 Kids’ Day on August 25, 2018 (ARV: $1,600 each). Finalists from each USTA Section will receive a plaque in their honor (ARV: $25 each). Deadline: Entries, including completed Contest Entry Form, must be submitted to your local NJTL Chapter by the date set locally by your NJTL chapter. NJTL Chapters must deliver all entries to the USTA Foundation Programs & Services Department at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, FL no later than 12:00 pm ET on June 29, 2018. *Trip details subject to change.
2018 NJTL Essay Contest Entry Form (print clearly) First Name ___________________________________ Birth Date________________
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Finding time to visit a doctor at least once a year is very important. It will make the difference.
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Preparation is Key to Success
reparing the young athlete to understand discipline before fun is apart of the coaches biggest influence. NetGeneration was introduced for the purpose of providing tools to help shape the type
of activities that will encourage the growth of talent and interest that a new player needs. The effort to participate with the USTA has given our program the quality and effective opportunity to make the tennis experience for the young members who want to perform their best a base to begin development.
WCPTennis sponsored a group of students from our academy a chance to participate in a NetGen workshop at the USTA National Headquarters in Flushing Queens, NYC. Our students, many for the first time, received a first hand up front and personal view of what it takes to have fun. Each member became of part of the tennis family and was able to represent their community with other aspiring competitors. NetGeneration was introduced this year during the USOPEN TENNIS Championship tournament. Logon to netgeneration.com for more information.
USTA Provides Xtra Equipment for WCP Kids W hitney Kraft is the Director of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Queens, New York. Recently he reached out to WCP program Director Herb Glenn and provided tennis balls and racquets to help grow tennis in our community.
"The support we have received from the USTA is tremendous," said Glenn. The tennis program is a part of the Health and Wellness initiative for our parent company WeCarePartners, Inc. The mission for the organization is to "Raise Awareness about issues important for our community." The USTA mission has become a part of the over-all effort made using the development model encouraged by the USTA and its affiliates. The tennis program is a recreational academic mentoring component to help members of our community learn the sport of tennis and use the activity to develop a heathier lifestyle. The USTA business model has also given WCP a broader vision on how it can grow and become a quality program. "We are excited about the potential of this partnership and look forward to receiving more resources to address the challenges ahead."
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Seniors Have Fun Playing Again
ennis can now be an enjoyment during parties, at social events and in your living room with the advanced program that the USTA has created.
After being introduced with the many opportunities that can be created using the quickstart equipment at the Annual USTA Conference last year, we decided to take the idea of introducing tennis to our elderly network at Metropolitan Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey. The experience was more than amazing. Overwhelmingly, the participation proves that Tennis is truely an ageless sport. As a recreational aid, we were able to integrate tennis skills development techniques with the daily activities that the participants perform and "voila", it was like magic.
More than 40 of the seasoned saints jumped into action, reminising their experiences learning tennis. "This was a great opportunity to offer something new to the group. We enjoyed the activity and will offer Mr. Glenn the opportunity to do it again," said Trudy Hargrove. Mr. and Mrs. Hargrove are the ministry leaders who prepare and arrange the programming for the senior group at the church. They are always making sure the seniors have a great time. Schedule your "Carpet Tennis" experience at your Synagogue, Church or Mosque by sending to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 973-847-1983
Summer Camp in the City Continues to Develop
Afterschool with Brick Academy
he WCPTennis Summer Camp is in its 2nd year at West Side Park. We were able to service over 20 students during our training schedule. In 2018 we are encouraged to expand the activities and include mentoring workshops and field trips. Join us by registering early. We have an 8 week camp for beginners and junior tennis athletes.
(L-R) Herb Glenn, Malachi Mitchell, Dominique D. Lee, Ryshan Johnson, Charity Haygood, Marcus Allen
WeCareTennis is now a part of the Brick Academy Afterschool Program. WeCare provides individual instruction and mentoring to the students who participate. Visit www.bricknewark.org for more information.
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Photo Credit Felicia Laguerre Owens
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2017 Lady Pirates Lineup
Krista Crepina, Sophmore
Anicka Fanjnorova, Junior
Thandy Kangwa, Junior
Anniek Jansen, Sophmore
Michal Matson, Sophmore
Katie Kim, Senior
Melody Taal, Sophmore
Luize Strike, Senior
visit www.suh.edu for more information
Jennifer Lesnick Volunteer Asst. Coach
Head coach Riza Zalameda enters her second season with the Pirates in 2017-18, following one of the most successful campaigns in program history in 2016-17. In her debut season at the helm, Zalameda led Seton Hall to its first postseason victory in over 10 years with a 4-1 triumph over No. 3-seed Georgetown in the BIG EAST Conference Quarterfinal. Four different players posted double-digit singles wins in 2016-17. All-BIG EAST selection Anicka Fajnorova posted an impressive 14-5 overall record, with an 11-3 mark at the No. 2 flight. Zalameda, a 2008 graduate of UCLA, landed in South Orange after serving four years as the assistant women’s tennis coach at Columbia University, where she helped lead the Lions to two NCAA Tournament appearances. During Zalameda’s tenure at Columbia working under head coach Ilene Weintraub, the Lions compiled a 54-27 dual match record and appeared in the NCAA Championships two out of her four years with the squad, including the program’s first-ever NCAA at-large bid in 2014. Most recently, the Lions finished the 2016 campaign ranked No. 37 in the nation and advanced to the NCAA Tournament.
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TENNIS NEWS AND VIEWS Quick Tips 2018 US Open Series Events
2018 World Team Contact List
BB&T Atlanta Open Atlanta, GA; Atlantic Station July 21 - July 29, 2018 www.BBTatlantaopen.com
New York Empire Court 17, USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Flushing Meadow - Corona Park Flushing, NY 11368 www.nyempiretennis.com
Bank of the West Classic Stanford, CA July 30 - August 5, 2018 www.bankofthewestclassic. com Western & Southern Open Cincinnati, OH; Lindner Family Tennis Center August 11 - 19, 2018 www.cincytennis.com Winston-Salem Open Winston-Salem, NC; Wake Forest University August 18 - 25, 2018 www.winstonsalemopen.com
Washington Kastles Kastles Stadium at Smith Center George Washington University 600 22nd St NW Washington, DC 20052 www.washingtonkastles.com Springfield Lasers Mediacom Stadium at Cooper Tennis Complex 1923 North Weller Springfield, MO 65803 www.springfieldlasers.com
New Haven Open (Connecticut Open) New Haven, CT; Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale August 17 - 25, 2018 www.ctopen.org
Philadelphia Freedoms Hagan Arena at Saint Joseph's University 2450 N. 54th Street Philadelphia, PA 19131 www.philadelphiafreedoms. com
** For all ticket offers, consumer must have a valid USTA Membership ID number. All tickets and offers are subject to availability. Ticket offers are subject to change without prior notice. Check tournament site for latest listings. All free gifts, complimentary food, and other promotions are available while supplies last. A valid ticket is required for entry to tournament grounds for all Member Appreciation Day events. To enter hospitality event, attendee must have a valid USTA Membership ID number.
San Diego Aviators Omni La Costa Resort & Spa 2100 Costa Del Mar Road Carlsbad, CA 92009 www.sandiegoaviators.com Orange County Breakers Breakers Stadium at Palisades Tennis Club 1171 Jamboree Road Newport Beach, CA 92660 www.breakerstennis.com
Adams Honored by NAMIC
he National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) honored Katrina M. Adams this year. She is the first African-American and youngest Chairman of the Board, CEO, and President of the United States Tennis Association (USTA). Awarded as the recipient of the 2017 Mickey Leland Humanitarian Achievement Award, Katrina is an accomplished professional in her league. Adams joined a tennis program on Chicago's West Side when she was six years old. She won seven of her 20 WTA doubles titles between 1987 and 1996 partnering with Zina Garrison.Her best Grand Slam singles result was in the 1988 Wimbledon Championships when she reached the fourth round, losing to Chris Evert 5–7 6–3 6–0. Her appearance has been in all four of the Grand Slam Single and doubles tournaments.
Serena to return after brief hiatus The greatest athlete of all-time is scheduled to return to defend her crown. Last year she won the Australian Open and announced she was pregnant. By the end of the year she had a newborn baby and was married to her aspiring boyfriend. The fairy tale will continue when she enters the arena and attempt to take her mantle and remind her rivals that she is the g.o.a.t. Be prepared to see the type of great performances that only she can display. Serena will not be the first to return after having a baby. Although she is the first to win a championship while pregnant, for women who have returned. Be prepared to witness another record braking season. She will be the longest reigning women's athlete in her generation and is expected to continue to gain more success from her competitive skills on and off the courts.
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2017ATP & WTA Ranking Grand Slam
Winner Prize Money
Federer & S. Williams
Australian Open January
Roger Federer v. Rafael Nadal
French 28 May – 11 June
Rafael Nadal Jelena Ostapenko v. v..Stan Wawrenka Simon Halep
Nadal & Ostapenko
Wimbeldon July 3 - July 16
Roger Federer v. Marin Chilic
Garbine Mugaruza v. Venus Williams
Federer & Mugaruza
USOPEN Rafael Nadal v. August 28 – September 10 Kevin Anderson
Sloane Stephens v. Madison Keys
Nadal & Stephens
Serena Williams v. Venus Williams
CZECH REPUBLIC 5,730
PABLO CARRENO BUSTA
20 MAGDALENA RYBARIKOVA
22 SERENA WILLIAMS
48 LAUREN DAVIS
58 SHELBY ROGERS
60 CICI BELLIS
63 VARVARA LEPCHENKO
64 CHRISTINA MCHALE
65 JENNIFER BRADY
70 ALISON RISKE
85 MADISON BRENGLE
95 TAYLOR TOWNSEND
JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO
SERBIA & MONTENEGRO
ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT
*Rankings are provided by the ATP & WTA Last Updated: December 17, 2017. List consist of the top 20 and the remaining USA players how they ranked in the list of 100.
WOMEN'S WTA 2017
MEN ATP 2017
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SPRING & SUMMER TENNIS
Registration begins February 3, 2018 Camp Begins Every Saturday March - June 11am - 1pm Summer Camp Mon - Thur July -August 8 am - 2pm Call 973-847-1983 or email email@example.com For more information DEUCECOURT DEUCE COURT WINTER 2018 19
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Vs. Friday April 13, 2018 Match Time 3:00PM
Neighborhood Kids Day 11:00am -1:00pm Sponsored by
Seton Hall Tennis Campus Courts at Ivy Hill Park Mount Vernon Place, Newark New Jersey For More information call 973-847-1983