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Welcome to Quincy Tennis Club
Founded in 1887, Quincy Tennis Club is one of the oldest, private tennis clubs in the country.
With five, brick-red clay courts and clubhouse facilities that include a spacious viewing porch, separate rest rooms with showers for men and women, soda machine and refrigerator, the club is the finest outdoor clay court facility in the Boston area.
Our active members participate in yearly Tournaments, Juniors Program, Adult Clinics and Round Robins as well as celebrating an Opening Cookout with New Member Tourney and an Annual End of Year Party in October.
There are a limited number of private memberships available for Families, Men, Women and Juniors. Prospective members apply to a Membership Committee and, if approved by the Board of Governors, are placed on a short waiting list which is currently running no more than one year for the yearly memberships.To learn more about the Quincy Tennis Club, see the information in the FAQ link to the left.
If you love tennis, consider applying for membership now!!!
Jim Rougvie, President
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the rebuilding of the QTC clubhouse
We had a good showing on Saturday, June 8th, as many members joined the Maloney family on the porch as we unveiled a plaque that honors the memory of Dr. Philip
Maloney who led the efforts to rebuild the clubhouse.
Click HERE to see the Patriot Ledger Article
Left to right, above: Lynne Maloney, John MacFarlane grandson of Dr. Maloney,
Mrs. Frances Maloney, Tracy Maloney, Francie (Maloney) MacFarlane, Bruce MacFarlane son-in-law
The Family of Dr. Philip Maloney wrote a very nice letter to QTC in his memory.
Please click on the tab, below, to see it:
Maloney Family Letter to QTC
Daily Play start is 8:30am
Quincy Tennis Club
is Closed for the Season
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Paul Berrini - Rebecca McGillivray and Rich Griffin
were elected to a new, 3-year term, through 2022, to the QTC Board of Governors on Sunday, Sept-29th.
The 2019 Tri-Club Challenge
to all of our QTC Players who helped bring home the Cup Saturday, 9/21
Quincy hosted this year's Tri-Club and right from the start, with a great, sunny day, the QTC players established themselves as the club to beat. First up, a continental breakfast, served by Earl Rudkin who would handle cook-out duties throughout the day. All of the players - from Hingham, Cohasset and Quincy exchanged warm greetings on the porch then on to the courts! QTC's Bryan Provenzano did a fine job setting up our Quincy teams and proved the perfect host throughout the day. All day, food, fanfare, friendship and fun were in abundance. The Weather remained fabulous and the courts in great shape as Quincy brought home the cup (from Hingham) with a 13 match victory. Hingham placed and Cohasset showed as did the sportsmanship of all players, all day long.
Thanks to all of our friends and fellow players at Hingham and Cohasset for a great challenge and fun time.
See you NEXT YEAR!
2019 Championship Finals
On Saturday, Sept-14, players competed for the annual championship while fellow members cheered them on and enjoyed a great day on the porch! Congratulations to all players!
2019 Club Championship Match Results
Men’s Open Singles:
Champion: Paul Hammond, Finalist: Brian Schmeer
Women’s Open Doubles:
Champions: Cornelia Deeg/Vickie Ip, Finalists: Carolyn Mahoney/Jacqui Miller
Mixed Open Doubles:
Champions: Cornelia Deeg/Matt Jackson, Finalists: Tom Larkin/Carolyn Mahoney
Sr. Men’s Doubles:
Champions: Bill Litwin/Dan Vaughn, Finalists: Joe Ryan/Butch Gulizia
Mixed 60’s Doubles:
Champions:Charlie St.Jean/Mercy Calkins, Finalists:Steve Lydon/Diane Delahanty
Men’s 60’s Singles:
Champion: Bill Litwin, Finalist: Russell Fleming
Men’s Open Doubles (to be played):
Hammond/Fitzgerald vs. Schmeer/Jackson
2019 Lobster Champions
Men's Champion - Andres Abin-Fuentes
Andres, with his "trophy" and finalist Chad Brown