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Tennis Pro Highlight: Todd Miller

Todd Miller is a USPTA tennis professional at Elite Sports Club – Mequon and North Shore. He teaches both youth and adult tennis lessons to instill his love of the game to all age groups. Learn more about Todd Miller in this tennis pro highlight!

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Tennis Pro Highlight: Jeff & Jordan Aranda

Following Wally Bronson’s retirement after 50+ years, Elite Sports Clubs is proud to announce that Jeff and Jordan Aranda will be stepping into the role together as Tennis Co-Directors of Elite Sports Club-River Glen! Jeff and Jordan have both been tennis pros at the club for many years. Here’s a little bit more information on […]

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5 Tennis Terms You Might Not Know

Experienced tennis players might know every single word in the sport’s glossary. However, the casual player might be less familiar with certain terms. Here are 5 tennis terms of which you might not know the meaning.

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Tennis Pro Highlight: Annette Malloy

Annette Malloy is an experienced USPTA Tennis Professional at Elite Sports Club-Brookfield. With over 45 years of tennis experience, Annette joins our reputable team of tennis pros. Learn how Annette Malloy can help you become a better tennis player!

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Tennis Pro Highlight: Rick Vetter

Rick Vetter is an experienced USPTA Master Tennis Professional at Elite Sports Club-North Shore. For over 45 years, Rick has been coaching tennis youth with the same amount of passion as he did when he first started. Read on to learn more about Rick Vetter!

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7 Life Changing Benefits of Playing Tennis

Whether you’ve never picked up a tennis racket in your life, or yours has collected some dust over the years, it’s never too late to get into the game! The greatest thing about tennis is there are so many benefits – and we aren’t just talking weight loss. Here are 7 ways participating in tennis can […]

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My Child Wants to Play Tennis, Now What?

When your child starts to express an interest in tennis, it may be difficult to figure out where to start, especially if you, the parent, have never played tennis yourself. Here at Elite, we offer a few options for children as young as 3 years old, to ages 10 and up. Check out this video […]

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