The winner for the August raffle was Chan Han with the prize being the Babolat Pure Strike!
Men's and Woman's USTA Teams
Aces Tennis will also be fielding Men’s and Women’s teams for the 2015 season and practices will begin in October. Please mark your calendars and feel free to contact us if you are interested in these upcoming teams. We are still looking for players of all skill levels to fill our teams and want you to join us!
Aces has many great tournaments coming up for all ages and levels including our Thanksgiving Doubles Tourney and our Junior New Years Champs event. These are great chances to get out and test yourself, not to mention meet more tennis players in your community. A list of tournaments and dates can be found at:
We also want to let everyone know that we do offer women’s flights! These programs are held at the Bellevue Tennis Academy on Sundays, in the morning for women and in the evening for men. Our August special is $10 per person per week! Beginning this Fall, the drop in fee is only $15, or a discount to become a regular for the 4 flights. The next session begins September 7th. We’re always looking for more players, so if you’re interested, shoot us an email or give us a call!
Our pros offer private lessons that target any and all parts of your game that need that additional edge. Rates start as low as $50 per hour (one lesson), or at a discounted rate of 4 for $160. Group lesson are also available. Contact us if you are interested.Call the shop at (425)235-9495 or email us at email@example.com to schedule.
If you have any questions regarding any tennis information including indoor court availability, please do not hesitate to email us or call us at 425.235.9495 and talk to one of our knowledgeable staff members who can assist you in whatever you need. Let’s all hope we keep getting good weather so we can get out and play more tennis!
Congratulations to our manager. Nathan Linden who has just accepted a new and exciting job! Please welcome our new manager, Mark Ishimitsu, he grew up in the community and attended Hazen High School, going to state twice in doubles. Very excited to bring him on board!