YORKTOWN, N.Y. – The tennis courts at Yorktown High School are back in use after getting some grand slam upgrades over the summer.
Gone are the cracks and the worn-out lines. The four courts even got some new web fencing with ventilation windows.
Money for the renovations came from the 2015-2016 general operating budget.
The girls varsity tennis season has begun and their coach, Roger Dayer, says he has high hopes for a very successful season.
Girls tennis captain Anisha Duvvi said she thinks the new courts will "energize and inspire" her and her teammates.
“We are lucky to have these in our senior year,” she said.
The boys varsity team plays in the spring.
“These courts have never looked better and we hope to show them great tennis," said Sidharth Anand.