Sip N Serve Returns To Westside

After a successful run in Santa Monica last month, Sip ‘N Serve is back to the Westside with another series for millennial tennis players in Marina del Rey.

Sip ‘N Serve is a non-competitive tennis program that encourages networking and fun tennis. The series is open to anyone and everyone who loves tennis or is looking to learn how to play.

Some programs are geared more heavily toward match-play and some are structured like an adult clinic with drills and games. No matter the format, after tennis the group heads to a local bar for more socializing.

The Marina del Rey series runs like a high-energy tennis class with music and group games. SNS: MDR will take place Thursday nights at Marina City Club (4333 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292) November 2nd through December 7th. The cost is $25 per session for non-members and $80 for the full series. After the tennis each night, players are invited for drinks and grub at the MCC restaurant.

The Sip ‘N Serve Series is USTA Southern California’s take on a nationwide initiative to engage young adults in tennis. No USTA membership is required to participate and all levels are welcome.

Keep up to date on all of the Sip ‘N Serve happenings around Southern California on Facebook and on the program website. Contact Madeline Segura for any additional information on USTA Southern California’s young adult initiatives.

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  1. The Sip N Serve sounds really FUN! I just moved to Marina Del Rey from out of state and would love to participate in something like this. I’m a USTA Member and wondered if you have anything like this concept of social tennis for older players…..over 50?


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