Rockingham County Tennis Association
Roach Tennis returns to Eden for a tennis strategy clinics for middle, high school and adult players: "Learn to Play Chess on the court instead of Checkers"
Middle, High School and adults players are invited to meet Coach Roach on the newly resurfaced tennis courts at Bridge Street Recreation Center for tennis strategy sessions. See slots and times below.
Middle and High School Players (12 player maximum)
Adult Players (16 player maximum)
A $10/player fee wlll be collected on the court. Players will be grouped by skill level. Beginning to advanced players welcome.
Coach James Roach played college tennis and started his coaching career at Winston-Salem State University. His first days on the court were with his dad who started Roach Tennis at Bridge Street Recreation Center in 1984. He returned to coaching in 2004 and since then has coached 7 mixed and combo state USTA League Championship teams. He is a member of Kimberly Park Tennis Club in Winston-Salem and Kernersville Area Tennis Association and believes in promoting tennis to everyone. He is also the United Way of Rockingham County 2019 Fast Four Tournament winner in Men’s and Mixed Doubles.
Rockingham County Tennis Association (RC Tennis), a 501c3 non-profit corporation, is a USTA Community Tennis Association. We are an organized group of dedicated volunteers and professionals who promote the growth of tennis in Rockingham County, NC including the cities of Eden, Madison, Mayodan, Reidsville, Stoneville and Wentworth. As a member of the National Junior Tennis & Learning Network, we connect tennis and education to change lives of our Rockingham County youth. We are led by a volunteer Board of Directors and an Executive Director.
Bridge Street Recreation Center
319 N Bridge St, Eden, NC 27288