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Swing sponsors RTA Try Tennis Community Outreach Program

Swing Racquet + Paddle is excited to announce our sponsorship of the Raleigh Tennis Association’s Try Tennis Community Outreach Program. Swing’s contribution will provide twenty-five Try Tennis Toolkits — bringing the total to fifty toolkits with RTA’s matching donation —...
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Raleigh Tennis Association talks to Rob Autry on Facebook Live

On May 14, Swing Racquet + Paddle founder and CEO, Rob Autry, talked with the Raleigh Tennis Association’s Brian Rosenthal via Facebook Live. During the interview, they discussed the history of how Swing came to be, how pickleball became such...
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Swing Designs Facility for the Future

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the economy, our communities and our lives in ways we couldn’t have possibly conceived. We also hear this phrase “new normal” quite often and I believe it’s a nod to the fact that COVID-19, as...
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CBS17: Tennis at home – Tips to keep you on your game

Tennis at home keeps Rob Autry, Swing CEO, active and healthy. Athletes across the Triangle are benched.  Tennis matches and practices are canceled and most courts closed. Rob Autry, Founder & CEO of Swing Racquet + Paddle, gives CBS17 some...
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Spectrum News: $65 Million Wake County Multi-Racquet Sports Facility Coming in 2022

A growing sport is taking aim with a brand new multi-racquet sports facility in Wake County. Pickleball is quickly becoming a fan-favorite at clubs and communities across the country, and a proposed multi-million dollar facility will soon house courts just...
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TBJ: Brier Creek project adds pickleball courts, seeks public funds

Brier Creek tennis facility adds more pickleball and seeks public help. An effort to put a major tennis facility in Raleigh’s Brier Creek has grown in scope — and added more courts for the fast-growing sport of pickleball. The project,...
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WRAL: A Multi-Purpose Facility with an Emphasis on Tennis

There are numerous tennis courts for those in the Triangle to play on. But there aren't enough tennis courts to support the number of players in the area. Rob Autry, founder and CEO of Triangle Racquet Sports has the numbers...
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CBS 17: Massive Tennis Facility Coming to Raleigh

A 50-acre tennis facility is on its way to Raleigh. Triangle Racquet Sports is heading up the project to create the nation’s sixth U.S. Tennis Association regional practice facility. The facility will have indoor and outdoor tennis courts, pickleball courts,...
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SBJ: Mixed-use sports development coming to Raleigh

Rob Autry is building a heal and wellness center at a $35 million mixed-use project in Raleigh, NC as part of a new 50-court, 5,000 member tennis center.
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Local Entrepreneur Brings Next Generation Racquet Sports & Health Center to Raleigh

Triangle Racquet Sports with support from the United States Tennis Association (USTA), is excited to announce a state-of-the-art racquet sports and health and wellness facility coming to Brier Creek in Raleigh. The Raleigh City Council unanimously approved a 50-year lease...
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Tennis Industry Magazine: New Racquet Sports & Wellness Facility Approved in Raleigh

Triangle Racquet Sports, LLC, with support from the United States Tennis Association (USTA), is excited to announce a state-of-the-art racquet sports and health and wellness facility coming to Brier Creek in Raleigh. The Raleigh City Council unanimously approved a 50-year...
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News & Observer: 50-Court Tennis Center is Coming to Raleigh

A new 50-court tennis center in the Brier Creek area will be the largest of its kind in Raleigh and the region. Triangle Racquet Sports wants to create a $25 million tennis center that will serve a tennis player’s every...
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TBJ: Raleigh Looks to Add Massive Tennis Facility at Brier Creek

Raleigh’s efforts to become a hub for tennis took a major step forward Sept. 18, 2018, when the Raleigh City Council approved a lease for a 51-court tennis facility in Brier Creek. Read More Have questions about Swing Racquet +...
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WRAL: Raleigh Court Construction Hasn’t Kept Up With Growing Demand

WRAL talks with Julie Dick, Director of the Raleigh Tennis Association about the demand for tennis courts. The number of tennis courts in Raleigh hasn’t kept up with the growing number of players in the last 20 years. The solution?...
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