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Four leading members of the Delaware tennis community joined an elite group recognized for major contributions to the sport. The Delaware Tennis Foundation inducted Don Altmaier, Mark Centrella, Monique Holloway and Bryan Sauer at their annual Hall of Fame dinner at the Wilmington Country Club on November 15th.

Tennis enthusiast Don Altmaier was a past as President of the USTA Delaware District and the Delaware Tennis Foundation and was an advocate for tennis in local schools. Greenville Country Club Racquets Director Mark Centrella is a long-time teaching pro and the president of the USTA Delaware District and member of the USTA Middle States Board.  Monique served for eight years as executive administrator of the USTA Delaware District and as a manager at the Delaware Tennis Foundation. Multiple Delaware State Champion winner Bryan Sauer volunteers year after year as the Delaware District coordinator for Middle States inter-district tournaments and served on the USTA Delaware District board, with a focus on the After School Tennis Club program and Junior Team Tennis.

Photos ~ Jennie Campbell

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