JTCC Launches Special Olympics Program

In March 2018 JTCC began a partnership with Special Olympics Maryland as part of the organization’s vision to make JTCC a place where everybody can enjoy the game of tennis. Special Olympics Maryland training sessions have been running weekly on Sundays for the last three months with Abby Landis leading the instruction. Landis has worked ...

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JTCC Triple Threat at the French Open

JTCC alumni Denis Kudla and Frances Tiafoe are both hoping to score upsets by defeating seeded players in the first round at the French Open. It will be the second meeting against their opponents for both Kudla and Tiafoe. In a match highlighted on the ATP website as one of the five most compelling first ...

Record Breaking Class of 2018

"Learning never stops"-- a message equally applicable on the court and in the classroom-was delivered to JTCC's largest class of 23 graduates by commencement speaker George Solomon, former Washington Post sports editor. At the ceremony held outdoors at JTCC on May 23, Solomon also urged the student-athletes to remain intellectually curious. "This class has shown rigorous academic ...

Tennis Parents

  JTCC Coach Dimitry Bigun gives some advice based upon first-hand experience about how to handle being a tennis parent: The title alone will grab your attention.  I know it! It is one of the most difficult and controversial subjects in junior tennis.  Now, like never before, an enormous amount of research is done on ...

Stress and Energy Management Part 2

A great deal of stress can be put on a student-athlete, as they must balance many aspects of their lives to succeed both academically and athletically. While it is important to map out your goals, it is just as important to manage the time and energy a student-athlete is putting into everyday tasks. If you ...

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