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A tennis club for African American players that hosted International Tennis Hall of Famers Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe is being honored with a historic marker.
Cori "Coco" Gauff took the tennis world by storm at Wimbledon and it began by beating her idol Venus Williams. There's a similar story right here in our own backyard.
Coco Gauff’s unexpected but remarkable run at Wimbledon is over. The 15-year-old American, who became the youngest player to qualify for Wimbledon’s main draw in the professional era, lost to former No. 1 Simona Halep 6-3, 6-3 in the fourth round on Monday.
It was easy to forget that Coco Gauff is still just 15 as she stood on the grass of Centre Court, pounding her chest and shouting, “Let’s go! Come on!” to celebrate a 32-stroke point that forced a third set in her match Friday evening at Wimbledon.
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- It's game, set and match against cancer this weekend, at the Smash Cancer Tennis Tournament at Wilmington's Empie Park. The event...
Lenny Simpson moved back to Wilmington in 2012 with the hopes of making the tennis community what it once was. On Tuesday, he took another step toward doing that.
One Wilmington park got a makeover just in time for perfect outdoor activity weather.
Coach Lenny Simpson formed One Love in 2013. He says his vision is to give back to Wilmington's youth through the great sport of tennis.
One Love Tennis is close to restoring the tennis court at 1406 Orange Street, where the great Dr. Eaton lived and tennis icon Althea Gibson trained.