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Take a moment and DONATE to projects and the general mission of ORTC. (Currently we have paid to provide striping for Girls, Inc tennis courts, a restoration project of Leadership Oak Ridge and sponsored in part by ORTC;  we have and will promote and support other restoration and tennis projects in our area).  [The "donate" button to your right, allows you to specify a project, special instructions or honorariums regarding your gift.  ORTC is a 501 (c)(3) organization.]      ----->  --------->

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ORTC MISSION

ORTC's aim is to support, promote and increase tennis opportunities in Oak Ridge and surrounding areas.  

 

Come out and play with us!  Join a league or scramble this Spring, Summer or Fall !!

 

 

  

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Fun Tennis Opportunities in and around
Oak Ridge:
Fall and Spring Leagues provided by ORTC, divisions include individual matches and mens, women and mixed doubles  of novice, intermediate, and advanced levels. Look for announcements in March and July!

 
Saturday Informal Doubles for Tennis Lovers:
 Every Saturday morning at 9 am on the Jackson Square courts, Rangan Sukumar, the coordinator, will help pair you up or rotate you in for some fun tennis doubles.  (As it gets colder, the group starts meeting Saturday at 1:30pm.)
If it is raining Saturday, play is automatically rescheduled  for 1:30 pm on Sunday. It is year round informal play and a great way to meet other players in our area. 
Call Rangan at 865-474-0519 or email oakridge.saturdaytennis@gmail.com if you have any questions or any comments and suggestions or to check the status of the tennis courts.i
 
Also, on weekday evenings, players gather regularly for individual matches and doubles play.
(We sometimes call these the "fast lane" guys and gals.)