The City of Malden and the United States Tennis Association of New England welcomed more than 200 kids to Devir Park on Tuesday for a free day of tennis. Kids had the opportunity to be introduced to the sport and enjoy festive actives throughout the park.
Families gathered at Devir Park for tennis throughout the day on Tuesday.
Ali and Mohamad Suliuam enjoyed watching the tennis at Devir Park on Tuesday.
Ruth Sampson learned about tennis with the United States Tennis Association on Tuesday.
Miykal Sampson collected tennis balls throughout the court, making a neat pile.
Miykal Sampson, instructor Woody Freeman, and Omar Elsayed learned about tennis on Tuesday in Malden.
Instructor Susan McAnneny helped Felipe Oliveira’s with his form on the tennis court during Tuesday’s tennis day in Malden.
Nevaeh Steber showed off her colorful face paint at Devir Park on Tuesday.
Camila Harro and Gabriella Barbosa sported matching flower face paint at the tennis day in Devir Park on Tuesday.
Instructor Kristen Liteplo from the United States Tennis Association spoke to a group of eager children about tennis on the court at Devir Park.
Cadence LeShane enjoyed a round of tennis at Devir Park on Tuesday afternoon.
Mokkshita Arun practiced her tennis skills at Devir Park on Tuesday afternoon.
Malden youth enjoyed a day of tennis at Devir Park with the United States Tennis Association, many kids being introduced to the sport for the first time.
Karson Chau peeked through a gigantic tennis racket at Devir Park on Tuesday during the kid’s tennis activities.
Jonathan Yilkal and Miykai Sampson posed with a giant tennis racket at Devir Park on Tuesday as they waited to compete in a friendly match.
Jacob Zou leaped up to give Captain America a high-five at the Devir Park tennis court.
Bethany Yilkal reached out to catch a giant tennis sent her way by Wonder Woman.
To match his shirt, Christine Z painted a blue shark on Felipe Oliveira’s cheek at Devir Park on Tuesday.
Ali Suliuam added original art to the fence at the tennis court on Tuesday afternoon.
Logan Chen created spin art with the assistance of Samantha Parlato at Devir Park on Tuesday.
(Advocate Photos by Katy Rogers)