Area tennis players are being forced indoorsFargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- Last week we told you how this spring's weather has been a boon for golfers and business at the Sports Bubble in Fargo.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- Last week we told you how this spring's weather has been a boon for golfers and business at the Sports Bubble in Fargo.
Area tennis players have also been forced indoors, and that means Courts Plus and its seven indoor courts
With no nets even up outside yet, Courts Plus has been busy from early morning to late at night with high school and college teams wanting to practice and play matches. Jerry Caulfield has been at Courts Plus for 38 years and says its, by far, the busiest spring he's ever had.
Jerry Caufield- Courts Plus Tennis Director: "I try to kinda go first come, first serve on the calls. Try to not let a certain team monopolize a certain time, all the time, for matches or whatever. Then try to work it so our kids in town, including Moorhead, get more or are the first ones to get on the court. Then after that...because I've gotten calls from South Dakota...Middle of Minnesota."