Beach Tennis Wins Over San Diego: Game, Set, Match

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Vavi Sport & Social Club introduces popular new sport to the San Diego sands.

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My friends and I have never laughed so hard. At the end of the day, we were tan and tired!

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VAVi Sport and Social Club is bringing the most popular new sport around to San Diego. Combining the fun and classiness of tennis with the sun and sand of the beach, Vavi is proud to introduce Beach Tennis.

This fun-filled, fast-paced hybrid sport is becoming the new go-to game for keeping fit, having fun and staying tan. Beach Tennis is played in a beach volleyball court but uses tennis balls and racquets. It's just like tennis except it's all volleys. Play in teams of 4-6 or sign up as a free agent and let Vavi place you on a team.

"It is such a successful sport in other beach cities," said Keith Cunningham, Marketing and Sales Director at VAVi. "Introducing it to San Diego seems quite appropriate."

Beach Tennis is just one of the new sports coming to Vavi this spring. The San Diego adult sports league leader is also rolling out Dodge Ball, Indoor Volleyball and a new Del Mar Soccer League for North County San Diego residents.

With 21,000 members, VAVi has become the most sought-out adult sports and social networking company in the county. The Sport and Social Club brings young-professionals together through a variety of sport leagues, social events, trips and volunteer opportunities.

"I didn't realize how much fun it was until I actually played it," said VAVi member, Chelsey Azcona. "My friends and I have never laughed so hard. At the end of the day, we were tan and tired!"

The new Del Mar soccer league kicks off March 5, Dodge Ball starts March 20 and Indoor Volleyball begins March 26.

Beach Tennis makes its debut Saturday March 29 at Ocean Beach from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.     

For company or league information, visit govavi.com or call (858) 273-3485.

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