High School and Middle School Tennis

 1. IHSAA Physical Forms—Get your physical form to participate in High School tennis.

 2. Coaches Guide Book—Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Rule Book

 3. Indiana Newspaper Sports Sections—Get results of tennis matches from other areas here.

 4. Indiana High School Athletic Association—Tennis— Tennis Bulletin 2014 - Schedules, Rules

 5. Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association

 6. IHSAA Physical Forms

 7. Terre Haute North Tennis Team

 8. Terre Haute South Tennis Team

 9. West Vigo High School Tennis Team

 10. Sullivan High School Tennis Team

 11. Greencastle High School Tennis Team

 12. North Central High School (Farmersburg)

 13. South Vermillion High School Athletics

 14. Washington High School—Girls Tennis Schedule

 15. Vincennes High School— Boys Tennis LinkGirl Tennis Link

 

College Tennis Web Pages—College Tennis Online.com

 

  Known Teams with Terre Haute tennis players.

  Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology – Men  /  Women

  Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida—Women (Taylor BullocK)

  Oglethorpe University—Follow Nick Roby

  Vincennes University

 

  Heartland Conference Teams                                                                      

 1. Anderson College— Women’s Tennis / Men’s Tennis

 2. Bluffton University — Women’s Tennis / Men’s Tennis—Canceled Program

 3. College of Mt. St. Joseph — Women’s Tennis  / Men’s Tennis

 4. Defiance College— Women’s Tennis   /  Men’s Tennis                                 

 5. Franklin College—Rusty Hughes

 6. Hanover College

 7. Manchester College— Women’s Tennis / Men’s Tennis—Eric Christianson

 8. Transylvania University— Women’s Tennis/Men’s Tennis  - Chuck Brown

 9. Earlham College Sports Website

                                              

1. Aurora University—Women and Men

2. Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia

3. Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan

4. Albion College, Albion, Michigan

5. Alma College, Alma, Michigan—Rose Men Opponent 2014

6. Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky

7. Austin Peay, Clarksville, Tennessee

8. Austin College, Sherman, Texas

9. Bellarmine University, Louisville, Kentucky— Women

10. Birmingham-Southern University, Birmingham, Alabama

11. Blackburn College, Carlinville, Illinois

12. Bethel College—Mishawaka, Indiana—Men and Women’s NAIA

13. Brigham Young University—Hawaii

14. Brescia College—Coach Jack Etchison in Owensburo, Kentucky

15. Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana

16. Calumet College of Saint Joseph, Whiting, Indiana—M/W

17. Capital University, Columbus, Ohio

18. Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin

19. Centenary College of Louisiana*

20. Central State University, Dayton, Ohio

21. Centre College, Danville, Kentucky— Men and Women

22. Coe College—Cedar Rapids, Iowa

23. Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado

24. Denison College, Granville, Ohio— Coach Peter Burling

25. DePauw University – MenWomen

26. Dubuque University, Debuque, Iowa

27. Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana Women’s Tennis / Men’s Tennis

28. Eastern Illinois University— Men Women

29. Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida

30. Emmanuel College, Boston, Massachusetts

31. Eureka College—Tennis, Eureka, Illinois

32. Ferris State University—Professional Tennis Management Program

33. Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida—Men and Women’s Tennis

34. Fontbonne University, St. Louis, Missouri

35. Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana

36. Greenville College, Greenville, Illinois— Men and Women

37. Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana

38. Hawaii Pacific University

39. Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas

40. Huntington College, Huntington, Indiana

41. Illinois Benedictine University, Lisle, Illinois—Women’s Tennis

42. Illinois College, Jacksonville, Illinois—Men and Women

43. Illinois Wesleyan University—Women and Men

44. Indiana University—Southeast (Coach)                                                                                               

45. Indiana University—East, Richmond, Indiana

46. Indiana University - Northwest, Gary, Indiana

47. Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana—Men and Women’s Tennis

48. IPFW—Ft. Wayne—Coach Eric Burns

49. IUPUI— (Women and Men)

50. Indiana Tech, Ft. Wayne, Indiana

51. Kentucky Wesleyan College— Women’s Tennis

52. Kenyon College, Grambier, Ohio

53. Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois

54. Lewis Univeristy, Joliet, Illinois—Women

55. Lindenwood University, St. Charles, Missouri

56. Marian College, Indianapolis, Indiana — Men and Women

57. Millikan College—Decatur, Illinois

58. Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi

59. Midway College— Tennis—Have to navigate the links

60. Missouri Baptist University, St. Louis, Missouri

61. Nebraska Wesleyan University

62. Northwest Ohio University, Lima, Ohio

63. North Central College—Naperville, Illinois

64. Oakland City University— Women’s Tennis / Men’s Tennis

65. Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

66. Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia

67. Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio— Men and Women

68. Olivet Nazarene University,

69. Ohio Wesleyan University

70. Otterbein University, Columbus, Ohio

71. Principia College  - Women’s Tennis  - Men’s Tennis

72. Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee

73. Robert Morris University, Chicago, Illinois—Women’s Tennis

74. Saint Joseph College, Rensselaer, Indiana

75. Saint Leo University, Florida

76. Southeastern University, Lakeland, Florida

77. Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas

78. Spalding University, Louisville, KY—New Team

79. Stevens College, Columbia, Missouri—Women’s Tennis

80. St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa

81. St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri

82. Taylor University—Upland, Indiana

83. Thomas-More College— Women’s Tennis Men’s Tennis

84. Trine University—Angola, Indiana

85. University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas

86. University of Hawaii—Honolulu, Hawaii

87. University of Illinois Tennis, Champaign, Illinois

88. University of Indianapolis Men’s Tennis (Coach Malik Tabet)

89. University of Missouri—St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri

90. University of Northwest Ohio, Lima, Ohio

91. University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Indiana

92. University of St. Francis—Ft. Wayne, Indiana (Women only)

93. University of Saint Francis—Joliet, Illinois (Men and Women)

94. University of Tampa—Tampa, Florida

95. University of Virginia— Men’s Tennis  / Women’s Tennis—Brian Boland’s Team

96. Wabash College Tennis

97. Warner Southern College, Lake Wales, Florida

98. Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio

99. West Virginia State University Tennis

100. Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

101. Xavier University— Women 

102. Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri

103. Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana

 

 

 

Interesting Articles

Lesson Plans at the Bottom

 1. Fifty-Seven Ways to Win a Match—by Dan Hopkins                                                      

 2. Parent Guide To Junior Tennis Tournaments

 3. Tournament Notes for Junior Tennis Players

 4. Tournament Players Record Sheet

 5. Federal Tax Forms—W-4 Withholding Form for employees.

 6. Vincennes Tennis Club and Information

 7. Virtual Tennis Show

 8. USPTA Drills

 9. USTA Rules —Click Here To Read The Rules

10. Scoring the Game of Tennis

11. Court Etiquette—How to be fair

12. Wimbledon Tennis

13. TennisExpress.Com—Find courts, lessons, almost anything.

14. Tennis Europe—Interesting concept.

15. Conditioning — Rose-Hulman  - Program 2013         

16. How To Keep Score

17. HOW TO TEACH WHEELCHAIR TENNIS—Online Video

18. Future of Tennis—The Making of a Champion

                                                  

Finished—June 15 –17, 2012—Terre Haute “Mary Ann Stadler” Jr. Open—Results 93 Participants

Finished—June 25—27, 2012—Terre Haute “Dave Cundiff Memorial” Jr. Closed—Results 73 Participants

Finished—June 29 –July 1, 2012—DePauw University Jr. Open—Results—26 Participants

Finished—July 6—8, 2012—Wabash Valley “Heather’s Voice” Jr. Open—Results 75 Participants

Finished July 20—22, 2012—Terre Haute Old National Bank Classic Open—Results—75 Participants

Finished—July 27—29, 2012—Duane Klueh Jr. Tennis Classic— Results

 

Central Indiana Tennis Association

1050 East 86th Street, Suite 55A, Indianapolis, IN  46240

Phone:  317-846-4560, Fax:  317-846-4581

USA League Tennis (Indianapolis) Phone:  317-844-6105

 

USTA Midwest Section Website

8720 Castle Creek Parkway, Suite 329, Indianapolis, IN 46250

Phone: 317-577-5130

                  

   About Us—Your Certified USPTA Instructors/Professionals—Important

    United States Professional Tennis Association: Did you know that the head staff (Dan, Dallas, and Wes) of the THJTA are all active with the USPTA. By being tested and trained you are insured the best quality instruction available. Several have Red Cross training and certification for First Aid, CPR, and defibrillator. We continue to learn and receive new ideas so that our children get the best. We regularly attend conventions and conferences to upgrade our skills. We endorse the listed USPTA programs and are making every effort to be on the cutting edge of the tennis marketing trends. We already use many of the same programs adapted to our local community. We hope you find us truly professional in every aspect. Likewise we hope you seek out experienced professionals to teach your child.

 

   Lesson Plans For THJTA Programs

    1. Day 1 Lessons                 Day 13 Lessons                        Day 25 Lessons

    2. Day 2 Lessons                 Day 14 Lessons                        Day 26 Lessons

    3. Day 3 Lessons                 Day 15 Lessons                        Day 27 Lessons

    4. Day 4 Lessons                 Day 16 Lessons                        Day 28 Lessons

    5. Day 5 Lessons                 Day 17 Lessons

    6. Day 6 Lessons                 Day 18 Lessons

    7. Day 7 Lessons                 Day 19 Lessons

    8. Day 8 Lessons                 Day 20 Lessons

    9. Day 9 Lessons                 Day 21 Lessons

  10. Day 10 Lessons               Day 22 Lessons

  11. Day 11 Lessons               Day 23 Lessons

  12. Day 12 Lessons               Day 24 Lessons

Payroll 1—How to do Payroll

Payroll 2—How to make deposit

   Last Year

July 19-21, 2013—Terre Haute Old National Bank Classic Open—Results

July 5-7, 2013—ThyssenKrupp Presta Wabash Valley Jr. Open—Results

June 14-16, 2013—Terre Haute Mary Ann Stadler Memorial Jr. Open Championships—Results

June 24-26, 2013—Terre Haute “Dave Cundiff Memorial” Jr. Closed—Results

 

 Terre Haute Junior Tennis Association, Inc.

  P.O. Box 6112,  Terre Haute, IN 47802

  Wes Kirk (812) 240-8596 (Cell Phone)       Dallas Kelsey (812) 249-9538 (Cell Phone)

Dan Hopkins (812) 239-5061 (Cell Phone)

  Established in 1986—28th Year

  Updated 7-10-2014 a

Links to Tournaments– District, Sectional, National, or International—All New Links!

www.midwest.usta.com Get tournament information and seeding or ranking information.

                            Weather / Calendars / Player Record Forms / Academy Tennis Information

  1.   WTHI TV.COM—Weather Radar

  2.   Check the Calendar Anytime

  3.   Saddlebrook Preparatory School and Tennis Academy

  4.   Saddlebrook Resort

  5.   IMG Academies / Bollettieri Tennis Academy  - Bradenton, Florida

  6.   Chris Evert Tennis AcademyBoca Raton, Florida

  7.   Extreme Tennis AcademyInternational Tennis Academy in Hollywood, Florida.

  8.   Tennis On-Line.Com—All about Tennis

  9.   Barbara Wynn Tennis CenterWashington Township Ladder, Indianapolis, Indiana

  10. St. Stephen’s Tennis Academy, Austin, Texas

  11. Weil Tennis Academy, Ojai, CaliforniaTop California Academy / Boarding and School

  12. Newcomb Tennis Academy, New Braunfels, TX—Top Texas Academy / Boarding and School

  13. International Tennis Academy—Delray Beach, Florida

  14. Rick Macci Tennis Academy, Pompano Beach, Florida

  15. Islamorada Tennis Club—Islamorada, Florida

  16. Spring Break Sports.Com—College Tennis Spring Break Information

  17. Intercollegiate Tennis Association—ITA—New Jersey—All About College Tennis

  18. Austin Tennis Academy—Austin, Texas

  19. Brent Wellman Tennis—Impact Training “Quail Ridge Country Club”.

  20. Nick Sylvano Tennis Academy, Santa Clara, California

  21. Roddick Lavalle Academy—San Antonio, Texas

  22. Smith Stearns Tennis Academy—Sea Pines, SC

Junior College Teams     

1. Vincennes University

         2011 National Champions

 

2. Lake Land Community College Canceled Program

3. Olney Central College — Olney, Illinois  - No Team

4. Rend Lake Jr. College—Ina, Illinois

5. Ancilla College—Plymouth, Indiana  - No Team

6. Illinois Central College

7. Danville Community College

8. Rock Valley Community College, Rockford, Il—Women

9. Florida Community College—Jacksonville, FL

10. Broward Community College, Ft. Lauderdale

Our Mission

Our Mission: The Terre Haute Junior Tennis Association is here for the children of our community to provide opportunities to help them succeed at learning tennis on their own at an affordable price.  Since 1986 the THJTA has provided free tennis instruction at four corners of Vigo County, a tournament players program at South High School and Rea Park, four USTA sanctioned tournaments, and competition trips for our tournament level players.  We employ over thirty young people during the summer months in Terre Haute. After the summer months the THJTA provides practice balls, hoppers, roll dry equipment an other necessary materials to area middle and high schools to promote the game of tennis. The directors of the THJTA are tested and certified United States Tennis Association Professionals. Each has completed more than 100 hours of continuing educational instruction and attends at least one professional clinic per year.  We aren’t a here today gone tomorrow outfit. We live and breath tennis for our community and are a non-profit 501 c3 organization that functions completely based on total participation and donations by individuals and corporations.  We actually pay taxes, have insurance, and contribute back to our community. Our yearly tax returns and expenditures are public so that the local tennis community will stand behind us. We hope you will support our organization by participating first and contributing secondly, after you see the importance of the Terre Haute Junior Tennis Association.