Cliff sits down with Tennis Now's Blair Henley for some insightful Q & A
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NOVAK DJOKOVIC, ANDY MURRAY, SERENA WILLIAMS AND OTHER WORLD RENOWNED TENNIS PLAYERS HOLD COURT AT 5TH ANNUAL RITZ-CARLTON KEY BISCAYNE, MIAMI ALL-STAR CHARITY TENNIS EVENT TO BENEFIT FIRST SERVE MIAMI YOUTH TENNIS FOUNDATION ON MARCH 18th Miami, Fla. – February 17, 2014 –The 2013 Sony Open men’s and women’s champions return to The Cliff Drysdale Tennis Center at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami for the fifth...
Join the world's top players on March 18, 2014 as they hold court at the 5th annual All-Star Tennis event as the perfect Miami tennis pre-party to the 2014 Sony Open!
Photo Credit: Chelsea Stockton Photography 2013 Texans know how to celebrate just about any occasion with unique style and flair, and for residents of the idyllic San Antonio suburb of New Braunfels, the occasion of choice this Fall was tennis, Texas-style! As part of the festivities surrounding the John Newcombe Women's Pro Challenge, a $50K USTA Pro Circuit Challenger tournament at the John Newcombe Country Club (managed by Cliff...
Niceville, Florida will once again play host to the Bluewater Bay Pro Championship, a USTA Pro Circuit Men's $10K Futures event November 1-10, 2013
Read the testimonials from our Ladies Retreat Alumni to understand from first hand accounts why these are The Best Weeks in Tennis!
The USTA announced that John Newcombe Country Club, managed by Cliff Drysdale Tennis, will once again host the John Newcombe Women’s $50,000 Pro Challenge October 27 – November 3. The tournament, a USTA Pro Circuit event, is one of only 2 Women’s $50,000 Challengers in the state of Texas, and the largest professional tennis event held in south central Texas.
Cliff Drysdale Hall Of Fame Enshrinement - July 13, 2013
"When I went to Newport, Rhode Island the weekend before last to attend the International Tennis Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, I was moved in different ways by observing the estimable class of 2013 graciously accepting their high honors."
Tennis fans today regard Cliff Drysdale as a fatherly figure in ESPN's broadcast booth, a silky-smooth relic of a sport that has evolved so rapidly as to be almost unrecognizable from its 19th century roots.