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Central Ohio Grand Prix Tournaments

Central Ohio Grand Prix Tournaments
The Central Ohio Grand Prix is a series of local tournaments played during the summer months. The junior tournaments are USTA sanctioned, and a great way for high school and junior players to get some great match experience. There are also adult divisions, although these divisions are not USTA sanctioned. The first two tournaments of the season are now accepting applicants! The Upper Arlington Open runs April 29-30, at Upper...
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Welcome to Kellie Wurtzman--New Assistant Manager of Olympic

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Olympic Indoor is very pleased to announce the addition of our new Assistant Manager, Kellie Wurtzman! Althought she wasn't super excited about talking about herself, I managed to get Kellie to tell me a little about her new position as well as her past work experience. In your new role as assistant manager, what will you do? Anything the club needs me to!  Honestly I'm just excited to join the...
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Buckeye Tennis - Top in the Country

Buckeye Tennis - Top in the Country
Did you know that The Ohio State University Men's and Women's teams are both ranked #2 in the NCAA? In addition, Francesca DiLorenzo and Mikael Torpegaard hold the #1 spot among all players, and Hugo DiFeo is ranked #3. With all this star power so close to home, tennis fans in Columbus are very lucky. And the matches are free!! The atmosphere at the OSU matches are full of energy...
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Olympic Teams Advance to District Play

Olympic Teams Advance to District Play
The Early Start League of USTA play wrapped up in the past couple of weeks and Olympic had some great results. Congratulations to the following teams that won their league to advance to district play this summer: 18& Over Women's Daytime 3.5 #1 Team, captained by Sybil Straughter and Julie Wood 18 & Over Women's Career 4.5 Team, captained by Kathy Kinnard 18 & Over Men's 4.0 Team, captained by...
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How to Keep Your Young Tennis Star Busy

How to Keep Your Young Tennis Star Busy
I remember the first USTA sanctioned tournament my daughter played in. It was several years ago, about this time of year, and she got crushed in both her matches. It wasn’t easy to watch, but it was great experience. If your child has been working hard at junior clinics, private lessons, match play, or any other practice, now is a perfect time to let them try a USTA sanctioned tournament....
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Member Generosity Benefits Area Family

Member Generosity Benefits Area Family
Thanks to some generous members of Olympic Indoor, one area family in need enjoyed the holidays with some special gifts under the tree. Olympic connected with the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resource Center to sponsor a family with eight children. Around twenty club members provided clothes, toys, and other family-oriented gifts. This is the third year Olympic has participated in the CRC’s holiday volunteer program. By sponsoring such a large family, the...
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Welcome to the Olympic Indoor Tennis blog!

Welcome to the Olympic Indoor Tennis blog!
We have a beautiful new lady’s locker room and a great new website, so why not an official blog? We hope to use this blog to introduce all of our members to new aspects of Olympic Indoor and the tennis world, provide tips and advice on fitness and injury prevention, highlight some of our members and special programs, and much more. My name is Susan Weil, and I will be...
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Team Lorms takes State USTA Title

Team Lorms takes State USTA Title
HATS OFF AND CONGRATULATIONS to Olympic 18 & Over 4.0 Men TEAM LORMS, STATE OF OHIO USTA CHAMPS!! Best of Luck at Midwest Sectionals this weekend in Indy!! Front L-R: Jeff Loudon, Kyle Bickhart, Phil Landauer, Captain Andrew Lorms; 2nd row: Remo Moomiaie, Andy Mauricio, Steve Lawrence, Eric Proulx; 3rd row: Brad Underwood, Dave Clark; back row: Dwayne 'Coman' Rash, Garry Scanlon; missing: Bob Birzer, Andy Hollis, Max Quinton, Greg Rinehart,...
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Fantasy Tennis with Jim Criswell

Fantasy Tennis with Jim Criswell
Think you are ready to test your tennis knowledge against a legend?   Our own Jim Criswell will be putting together a Fantasy Tennis Tournament this fall for all our members who are avid players and watchers of this amazing sport.   Stay tuned to this page or our FaceBook page for more details.

Renovations at Olympic

Renovations at Olympic
  Olympic Indoor Tennis would like to thank Suzanne Toney for her terrific eye and guidance in the newest renovations at the club.  Suzanne is the owner of Suzanne Toney Interior Space, as well as a long time member.  This is the second time Suzanne has helped us, the first being 2 years ago when we tackled the men's locker room and the clubhouse space.  This summer, Suzanne guided us...
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Health Benefits of Tennis: Why Play Tennis

Health Benefits of Tennis: Why Play Tennis
Jack L. Groppel, Ph.D., writes: "Its historic phrase has been the “sport for a lifetime.” But is this really true? According to world-renowned scientists from a variety of disciplines, there is no doubt that tennis is one of the best sports for you to play." 16023 Health Benefits flyer.pdf

Adult Group Lessons

Adult Group Lessons
Never played tennis or looking to brush up after time away from the court? Start your engines and get ready to love your game with the help of Olympic’s top-notch pros. Here, tennis is for everyone from beginners to intermediate players. Group lessons are non-competitive and progress at a comfortable pace. Not sure? Take the first class on us—it’s completely free for first-time participants. We’ll even loan you a racquet!...
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Cardio Tennis Classes

Cardio Tennis Classes
Ready to get the blood flowing and your game going? Meet Cardio Tennis: the calorie-crunching, overall workout for players at any level! Why is it called “Cardio?” Special, low-pressure balls make for longer rallies, so players build strength and endurance in each one-hour session. Membership is not required for this ever-popular Olympic class that you can take at your own pace—just push yourself when you’re ready and rest when you...
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