The Darling Tennis Center to Host the 2016 NIAA Class 3A Southern Regional Tennis Championships

Darling Tennis Center


Darling Tennis Center, the largest public outdoor tennis center in the state of Nevada, will host the 2016 Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Class 3A Southern Regional Tennis Championships from October 5-15, 2016. Some of Nevada’s top high school tennis stars will compete in the Class 3A Southern Region boys and girls individual (singles and doubles) finals on October 15, 2016 beginning at 10 a.m. Media invited to attend and cover the final rounds of play.

Finals – Saturday, October 15, 2016
Play begins at 10 a.m.

The Darling Tennis Center
7901 W. Washington Ave.
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89128
(Cross streets are Durango and Washington)

Live shots any hour are welcome.
Footage of students competing.
On-site or in-studio interviews with the director of tennis at the Darling Tennis Center, Jeff Foley.
Interviews with coaches and players.

The mission of the Darling Tennis Center is to create an environment where people play, laughter counts, communities grow and everyone matters. The tennis complex has 23 lighted hard courts with a center stadium court that seats more than 3,000 spectators. In addition to the state-of-the-art facility, the Darling Tennis Center has a fully trained staff of certified professionals who are available for private lessons, group instruction, fitness classes and team clinics. Named one of the Best Junior High Performance Programs in the country, the Darling Tennis Center provides an array of comprehensive tennis programs, events, services and competitive teams for junior and adult players of all ages ranging from beginner all the way to high performance levels. The Amanda & Stacy Darling Memorial Tennis Center was founded in 2005 and is the largest public outdoor tennis center in the state of Nevada. The center is located at 7901 W. Washington Ave. Open to the public seven days a week, the Darling Tennis Center offers annual passes, court rentals, tennis lessons and drop-in clinics.

For more information, call (702) 229-2100 or go to Find Darling Tennis Center on Facebook at and Instagram at @darlingtenniscenter.

All working media are invited to cover this event. If you are interested in sending a camera and/or reporter, please call Savannah Bruner at 850-543-5644.


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