|Recent Tournament Results & Upcoming EventsHPTF April Open & NTRP Tournament – April 27 & 28, Site: Diamond Head Tennis Center- Draws posted
HPTF June Open & NTRP Tournament – June 8 & 9, Site: Diamond Head Tennis Center
Aloha State Games – July 5, 6 & 7
Hawaii Masters Series Spring Event presented by Wealth Strategy Partners- Results posted
HPTF February Open & NTRP Tournament – Results Posted
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My name is “Battery Bill”. Three years ago, I started to play recreational tennis and about the same time discovered Hawaii Pacific Tennis Foundation. HPTF has proved to be a fabulous organization for me. With the guidance of its Head Pro, I have progressed one NTRP rating every year, while at the same time finding many opportunities to have “fun” playing the game. HPTF’s mission is “progress your tennis skill regardless of age, gender and skill level with the aid of clasess, drills and evaluation.”
Providing tennis lessons for kids and adults, the Foundation strives to meaningfully touch as many individuals as possible by enriching lives, expanding opportunities and promoting commitment to the community through the sport of tennis.
The benefits of tennis include more than just a healthy and fun way to exercise, but also a way to enhance the mind and spirit through discipline and camaraderie on and off the court through:
The Foundation programs rely on grants from private donations and in-kind volunteer support to fund its initiatives to enhance the community. The Foundation’s mission is:
To change lives, we must inspire hope, create opportunities, and places for excellence to flourish.
Tennis is for everyone. It offers a fun, active, healthy and social lifestyle for all ages. In particular it provides an attractive alternative to drugs, gangs and violence to impressionable youngsters.
To achieve its mission, the Foundation has identified three overreaching themes that guide its youth programs:
- To engage children in activities which instill self-esteem and discipline
- To provide opportunities for children to improve their academic performance and make choices that enrich their lives; and
- To provide opportunities for talented athletes to develop their tennis and academic skills to a level where they can pursue college scholarships.