Triangle Tennis Enthusiasts; The #1 Most Active Sports and Recreation Meet-up Group in the World (May - November, 2012) and #1 in the United States (May 2012 - March 2013).
Based at scenic Cary Tennis Park, the Southern USTA's 2008 Facility of The Year and home of the ACC Men's and Women's Tennis Championships each April.
Great variety of quality events, support and comprehensive calendar of weekly programs, all on reserved courts. Daytime and nightime events, averaging 59 events a month. All our events are a pleasant 50/50 blend of social/competitve. We compliment good play. We all like to win, but not at the expense of hooking line calls and gamesmanship.
We provide women's doubles, men's doubles, mixed doubles and singles play events. Some select events are specifically advertised and promoted as play-up/play down events. Our staff of volunteer assistant organizers (AOs) have a combined 48 years experience organizing events for TTE, as of August 2014. AOs manage each of their events and provide the best possible similar skills-based pairings/matches and a new can of balls for each court at each event.
Our member players are from 1.5 (beginner+) to 5.0 (advanced). The majority are 2.5 - 4.0 (novice through intermediate). Some members are new to the game and looking to play organized tennis after completing clinics and lessons, while other members are looking for the next step to prepare for league play. Some members simply do not want to play league, while others played league and never want to play league again. Some members play both league and TTE because they enjoy the social aspect and networking capabilities TTE provides.
Jeff Miller, Organizer, TTE
Open Seven Days A Week Until 2am
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Authentic, Traditional Mexican Food and Cooking
Handcrafted dining. Homegrown experience.
Garden Fresh Flavors
apparel, gifts and gear
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Supporter of 2014 TTE Spirit Rally
Providing TTE with services in education, tracking and enforcement.
Monthly and Annual No-show Rates
353 Tennis Players
436 Single Adults
1,998 Tennis Players
1,820 Ethnic Food Friends
1,446 Rock Climbers