USTA Tournament – The USTA tournament is still running as scheduled today (Sunday). Players should check the draws for any player withdrawals. I will update as quickly as I can. Please use good judgement in deciding on traveling or not. Please be safe!
Club Programs – All clinics for Sunday are cancelled. We plan to have the club open, but will not be running our regular junior clinics.
USTA Inclement Weather Rule:
I. Inclement Weather
In the event of inclement weather forecasts, tournaments do not get cancelled, nor do they get rescheduled. In the event of actual inclement weather; each Tournament Director has the sole authority to exercise their discretion to continue their tournament based upon the ability of the facility being open to do so, and each player (parent), has the sole authority to exercise their own discretion as to whether or not it is safe for them to travel to their match. Any matches that are played and any player(s) that are on site and advance due to a withdrawal will be awarded points-per-round reached.
Anyone who lives in Nashua or any of the surrounding towns knows of the Holiday Stroll. It is a great event with food, music, ice sculptures, demonstrations by local clubs and businesses all capped off by the stroll to the Christmas tree and it’s lighting. This year was the 25th anniversary of the Stroll and each year it seems to get bigger and better.
This year Longfellow New Hampshire Tennis & Swim Club took the opportunity to take tennis to the community and let people know of our hidden gem! Over 100 people came to play some tennis with Coaches Charlie, Myles, Scott, KC and Maria! All who participated received a prize and raffles and give-aways added to the excitement. As strollers walked down Main Street they could feel the excitement from all of the coaches and staff from Longfellow New Hampshire as they jumped in on the tennis excitement!
If you missed out on the Stroll you need not worry! Come check out the club and sign up for a free 1/2 hour evaluation with one of our coaches. Our winter session classes are beginning soon!
James Maimonis, Communications And Engagement Coordinator | June 12, 2018
LUDLOW, MA– The Nashua 18U Advanced Junior Team Tennis (JTT) team out of Nashua Swim and Tennis Club (now Longfellow New Hampshire) in Nashua, NH, will be representing New England at the World TeamTennis (WTT) Junior Nationals in San Diego, CA from July 23-26. Nashua took the top spot in a three-team New England qualifier on June 9 at Ludlow Tennis Club played in WTT format. Teams played two matches (round robin style) in the unique format, which includes playing lets and allowing the option to substitute players during a match, among other rules. Continue reading Nashua JTT Team Advances to WTT Junior Nationals→
The Longfellow New Hampshire Tennis & Swim Club brings the Longfellow name to New Hampshire. The Longfellow Clubs in Massachusetts have a long reputation for creating great tennis programs and players of any age and now we have moved to expand our reach into southern New Hampshire!
Come check out the club and see what all the excitement is about!
Samantha Parlato, Sports Marketing Intern | August 2, 2018
SAN DIEGO, CA- After winning a qualifying tournament in June, the New England Yellow Jackets, a Nashua 18U Advanced Junior Team Tennis (JTT) team, represented New England at the Billie Jean King World TeamTennis (WTT) Junior Nationals in San Diego from July 23-26.
The team based out of Nashua Swim and Tennis Club (now Longfellow New Hampshire) in Nashua, NH, was one of the top 16 teams in the nation that received an invitation to compete in the WTT Jr. Nationals. The Yellow Jackets were coached by Jurgen Georgs and comprised of his two sons, Kai and Jens, along with Claire Reynolds, Emily Hill, Linda Kong and Jason Boucher. Continue reading Nashua JTT Team Wins Spirit Award at WTT Jr. Nationals→
The Longfellow New Hampshire Tennis & Swim Club had our first Halloween Party under new ownership. The kids played tennis games and showed off their costumes. Even the pros got into the act! A great time was had by all!