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Lauren Fullerton earned a pair of titles earlier this month as the PwC Tennis Junior Circuit resumed competition for the first time since Cayman's COVID-19 lockdown.
The Cayman Islands Tennis Club hosted its last tournament for the foreseeable future, with everything but private lessons cancelled due to coronavirus concerns. On 6...
Three of Cayman’s junior tennis players are in San Salvador, El Salvador, to compete at the 2020 Junior Davis Cup. This marks the first year the Cayman Islands is taking part in the tournament.
International law firm Walkers is once again supporting young tennis players on Cayman Brac by funding the 2020 Sister Islands’ children’s tennis programme, run by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands.
Boosted by an increase in participants, the first round of the PwC Junior Circuit Grand Prix tournament added a 12-and-under division, with 42 tennis players competing among four age groups. The tournament, hosted by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands, was held earlier this month at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club.
Caymanian Callum Theaker has earned a scholarship to attend and play tennis at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Theaker, 19, said he...
Cayman’s junior tennis players can look forward to another year of local tournaments, as PwC has renewed its sponsorship with a $10,000 donation to...
The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands PwC Junior Grand Prix Finals concluded Saturday, 16 Nov., at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club. It was...
Gov’t recently introduced the sport to school curriculums Physical education teachers across Cayman’s government schools were given an introduction to tennis Friday as the...
A great weekend of tennis was seen at the fourth PwC Junior Tennis Circuit on 3-5 May. The tournament was organised by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands and hosted by the Courts at the Ritz-Carlton.
Newly announced sponsorship of the Caribbean Cup tennis series by International Management Group Academy could help bolster the sport locally in Cayman, officials said.
Tennis doubles legend Daniel Nestor will lend his celebrity to the Cayman Cup Tennis tournament this year.
The Cayman Islands Tennis Club has been hard at work in efforts to expand and grow its location and its services. With the addition of their new tennis pro, Duncan Mugabe, the club now has four pro coaches and a head pro.
The Cayman Islands Tennis Club hosted the third round of the PwC Junior Circuit Grand Prix last weekend, in which 46 players took part.
The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands has announced that the first round of the 2019 PwC Junior Tennis Circuit will take place Jan. 11-13 at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club.
Two top local tennis players will take on world-acclaimed professionals this Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club in an event dubbed as “Cayman vs. The World.”
Children’s tennis on Cayman Brac has gained a boost with law firm Walkers committing to continue providing funding for the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands’ Sister Islands’ children’s tennis program.
Among the more than 1,000 tennis players from around the world who will be taking part in December’s Junior Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships in Florida will be four players from Cayman.
The sixth tournament of the PwC Junior Tennis Circuit for 2018, run by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands and hosted by the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, was held on Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29
The Cayman Islands Tennis Club hosted the 2018 PwC Junior Tennis Grand Prix #3 last weekend, organized by the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands.
The PwC Junior Tournament was played over three days in two different locations. There were a total of 26 players competing in the 10 & Under, 14 & Under and 18 & Under age categories.
Welcome – and congratulations – to Residences at Seafire brand ambassador Caroline Wozniacki, the Danish tennis player who delighted the world with her Australian Open win last weekend.
The newest Grand Slam champion plans on serving aces for Grand Cayman. Caroline Wozniacki, who won the Australian Open on Saturday, recently signed a year-long marketing deal with Dart Enterprises that will see her become a part of the Cayman community.
The Cayman Islands Tennis Club hosted the PwC Junior Circuit Masters Tennis Tournament this past weekend. The series consists of six tournaments throughout the year.
Registration is open for Round 6 of the 2017 PwC Junior Tennis Circuit, which will take place the weekend of Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The tournament is open to any junior wishing to take part.
Several of the largest companies in Cayman are pounding the ball back and forth in The Ritz-Carlton’s Luca-Ragazzi Corporate Tennis League’s spring season.
A total of 34 juniors entered last weekend’s PwC Junior Circuit Tennis Tournament, the second tournament of the 2017 season, hosted by the Cayman Islands Tennis Club. In the 10-and-under division, Jake Fagan and Phin Ellison faced off in the final. The match went back and forth, with Jake winning in a tough three setter, a press release states.
The biggest draw in this year’s Cayman Open, held last weekend at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, was the men’s open division, a press release states. The players included some of Cayman’s best and some well-known players from overseas. Most of the tennis professionals on the island participated as well.
Monica Seles, who was slated to appear in this year’s Legends tennis event in Grand Cayman, has pulled out due to injury and is being replaced by 21-time Grand Slam winner Chris Evert, organizers announced Friday.
Ilian Nachev, formerly Under-18 national tennis champion in Bulgaria, is coaching primary school students in Grand Cayman’s outer districts.
Tennis stars John McEnroe, Jim Courier, Monica Seles and Daniela Hantuchova will be the headliners at next year’s Legends tournament in Camana Bay. The event will return to Festival Green on Friday evening, Feb. 17, and will include men’s singles and mixed doubles.
Hundreds of spectators packed into the Cayman Islands Tennis Club to watch Daiki Yoshimura defeat Tyler Zink in the final match of the ITF tournament on Saturday evening. It was the biggest-ever crowd at the club and the first time a local tennis match was broadcast live on TV across Cayman.
The finals of the second annual Cayman Cup ITF Tennis Championships will be held at the Tennis Club in South Sound on Saturday. More than 200 players from 29 countries have been competing this week in the Under-18, U-14 and Senior International Tennis Federation divisions.
The Cayman Islands Tennis Club last weekend hosted the PwC Junior Circuit Tennis Tournament, the sixth and final round of the season with just the PwC invitational to go. In round six, a record number of players took part, with 26 juniors playing over three divisions.
In Round 5 of the PwC Junior Tennis Circuit Tournament last weekend at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, the 11-U division featured two juniors who started playing tournaments only this year. They had the opportunity to play against each other.
The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands is being sponsored by PwC for the eighth consecutive year.
Sister Islands primary schoolchildren have been enjoying free tennis lessons thanks to a local law firm.
Brooklyn Ebanks, Ariah Morgan, Alexia Anglin and Jhianni Cornwall go through agility drills during a tennis lesson at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School in West Bay.
Primary school students in Cayman Brac are enjoying free tennis lessons, thanks to international law firm Walkers in Grand Cayman.
The fourth tournament of the 2016 PwC Junior Tennis Circuit, scheduled for the last weekend in May, finally ended on June 2 due to rain delays.
Tennis coaches are making weekly visits to schools in Grand Cayman’s outer districts to offering lessons to some of the island’s youngest players.
Tennis legends, a screen star and an entrepreneur and environmentalist were among the big draws in a packed agenda of events at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit.
A roll call of tennis legends, including former U.S. Open champ Andy Roddick, served up a treat for hundreds of spectators at Camana Bay over the weekend.
More than a decade after she retired from competitive tennis, Anna Kournikova is still one of the most recognizable faces in the game.
“Impressions,” an evening of art, featuring photographs by Amanda Nicholson and batik artworks by Shirley Scott and Patricia Nicholson, is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Full of Beans Cafe in Pasadora Place off Smith Road. Refreshments will be served.
Celebrity tennis crowd-pleaser Legends at Camana Bay returns next weekend for its 13th year, and its second year organized by Dart at Festival Green. The showcase event, which promises exhibition entertainment, takes place on Feb. 5 and 6.
Tennis players are in the midst of the 10th annual PwC Cayman Open, which opened on Jan. 14 and continues until Saturday. As well as...