Hosted by Wilmington Country Club, the funds from this event support tennis programs throughout Delaware. The proceeds benefit competitive training centers, after- school programs, Special Olympics, scholarships, wheelchair tennis, and junior team tennis leagues. Your generous contribution will help us in our mission to make tennis accessible to everyone in Delaware.
Don is a member of the Wilmington Country Club and a long time tennis player and advocate. Don has served in the past as President of the USTA Delaware District, the Delaware Tennis Foundation, and has been a vital advocate for tennis in our schools. Don helped establish tennis as an interscholastic sport in Delaware and was instrumental in getting tennis at the Wilmington Friends School.
Mark is Director of Racquet Sports at Greenville CC. He is current President of the USTA Delaware District and current member of the USTA Middle States board, past board member of the USTA DD, Master Professional of the USPTA, Head Tester of the USPTA for Middle States and a long time teaching pro and player.
Monique will retire this year after serving as Executive Administrator of the USTA Delaware District for 8 years. During that time Monique has worked tirelessly in many ways for the good of the sport in Delaware. She is a member at Greenville Country Club where she plays tennis. Her husband and two children have also been avid tennis enthusiasts. This is a fitting tribute to the great work that Monique has done over the past 8 years.
Bryan plays tennis at the DuPont Country Club where he has been the men's club champion several times. In addition to league play, Bryan has played in Delaware's State Championships and won that title several times. He has represented the Delaware District in the Middle States interdistrict tournaments and has been the Delaware District liaison for these tournaments. Bryan is a past member of the USTA Delaware District board where he volunteered for the district's After School Club Tennis Program and the Winter Junior Team Tennis league. Bryan has spent many hours on the courts with juniors as a volunteer teaching them the game of tennis.