Pierremont Oaks Tennis Club enjoys a 50+ year tradition of hosting premier tennis tournaments, both Juniors and Professional. For many years, the club played host to a USTA professional tournament and the National Clay court 14’s. For the last 17 years it has hosted the Intersectional 16’s, one of the premier Junior national events.
The Club's "Serving for Eddie Tournament" won the USTA Special Event of the Year Award in the state of Louisiana and went on to win the best in the Southern Section in 2015.
The club won the USTA Southern Section prestigious “Tournament of the Year” Award in 2014
Lagniappe Member/Guest Tournament
APRIL 8-10 Pierremont Oaks Tennis Club
Entry $150 per team Enter By April 3rd
Late Entry $175 per team Late Entry Starts April 4th
GREAT FOOD · GREAT FUN · BEER · MARGARITAS DISTINCTIVE ENTRY GIFTS & PRIZES
CTA Adult City Tournament @ Pierremont Oaks March 4-6, 2016
July 4-8, 2015 The 16 Intersectional Team Championships are team matches played between teams from the 17 Sections of the USTA in mid-July each year. The Intersectionals are the highest level of team competition in the U.S. and have been designated as Level 1 National Ranking Tournaments. The Intersectionals provide an opportunity for the US top juniors to be seen by college coaches and to compete against each other. They also allow players to experience a competitive team atmosphere and on-court coaching, just like college tennis. USTA sections send their strongest players to compete for the National Team Title. POTC is proud to sponsor this worthwhile tournament.
Dates pending for 2015 The Shreveport Energy Tennis Tournament is a tradition at Pierremont Oaks, having been hosted by the club for the last 32 years. It is a week-end long affair with parties, music, good food and great tennis that attracts players from all over the US. Last year there were over 200 participants. Another tournament POTC is proud to sponsor
All Star Challenge
Pierremont Oaks Tennis Club hosts the Centenary College Men’s varsity team in the yearly “All Star Challenge.” The Challenge is played according to Collegiate tennis rules, consisting in 3 Doubles and 6 Singles matches. There are 7 points in dispute, with the winner of the majority of the Doubles getting one point and the 6 singles being worth one point each. The first team to secure 4 victories wins the match. Last year, the POTC “All star” team performed like a well oiled machine and competed fearlessly at every position up and down the line up. When it was all said and done (not until around 8:45 PM) POTC earned a tough fought 4-3 victory in 2012. This is an exciting tournament for all to enjoy!