Annual Event

Serve & Return Chicago held its Annual  banquet, fundraiser, and Hall of Fame induction on Saturday, March 7th at Midtown Athletic Club in Chicago.

A special THANK YOU to our sponsors:


Good Heart Work Smart Foundation

Chicago Smash World Team Tennis

Brennan Investment Group LLC

Midtown Athletic Club



USTA Midwest Section



Bill Barry

Bess and Candelario Celio

Megan and Sung Chung

Joan and Bill Dutton

Ernst & Young

Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner

Law Offices of Amy Felton

Knox Capital

Nautilus Investments, LLC

Wendy Owen and Greg Wolski

U.S. Bank



Chicago District Tennis Association

Lou Ann Letman

Audrey Smith

Subodh Lata Sood

We also want to send our thanks and appreciation to Robin Baumgarten for hosting the event and Matt Kosterman Productions for photographing the event.  Through the generosity of our sponsors and guests, this was one of our most successful events. The funds we raised will be used to give youth access to junior tennis programs across the Chicagoland area.

During the evening, we inducted Rod Schroeder  (Click here to read bio) into the 2020 Chicago Tennis Hall of Fame and we recognized 2 recipients for their 2019 tennis achievements.  Congratulations to all the award winners!!
During the evening, we also announced our new name.  We are now Serve & Return Chicago!!
Serve & Return Chicago thanks everyone for their support and we look forward to seeing you in 2021.

(To view all photos, click on above photo.  To advance slide show, hover on edge around middle of photo to see forward arrow.)

Serve & Return Chicago News
May 2022

Back in the Swing Event

Thank you to everyone who joined us at Midtown Athletic Club Chicago to support Serve and Return Chicago! What an amazing evening we had celebrating…

May 2022

Tennis Anyone?

Check out our new “Little Tennis Lending Library” in Maywood! Scout James Panton designed and built this tennis cabinet for SRC as his Eagle Scout…

Join the Email List
Receive updates and news from Serve & Return Chicago
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Site by Black Line® IT