Could Greensboro’s Spencer Love Tennis Center become the region’s tennis mecca? From the Triad Business Journal:
The city has committed $175,000 to the project, with the management company that oversees all of Greensboro’s staffed tennis centers contributing another $175,000.
That would allow the center to add five or six courts. But if private fundraising is successful, the expansion could add as many as 18 courts.
Doing so would create one of the biggest clay-court centers in the South and make the center a destination for national and sectional tennis tournaments.
As for Winston-Salem, it’s great to have the Wake Forest tennis complex, but what should be our signature courts at Hanes Park could use some serious, well, love. Those things are a hot mess right now and someone should do something about them. Winston-Salem is hosting a bunch of USTA state tournaments this weekend and the out-of-towners who play at Hanes are going to wonder why we our primary downtown courts are a sandbox.