Working with the Summer Junior Program
Watching 10 year old Deklyn playing baseball for Our Lady of Mount Carmel
The hallowed ground of the Wimbledon Centre Court at an iconic tennis venue
A tired Kevin Anderson plays a forehand against Novak Djokovic in the men’s singles final
Des standing with the iconic Centre Court tennis arena in the background
Kevin Anderson – a South African who played college tennis at the University of Illinois – went down to Serbian Novak Djokovic in the Men’s Singles Final.
Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia playing Angelique Kerber of Germany in the Ladies semi-final
Standing next to the new Jumbotron on the outside of Court 1 – which entertains the fans on Henman Hill
Serena Williams – arguably the greatest women’s player of all time
Serena Williams overcame Julia Goerges of Germany in the Ladies semi-final
Ladies singles winner Angelique Kerber of Germany – overcomimg Serena Williams in the final
Coach Des Evans of Indianapolis, U.S.A. !!
Watching action in the Junior (18s) Boys Doubles event
The best service motion in the history of women’s tennis – Serena Williams (Photo by Des Evans)
Crowds mingle outside the popular Wimbledon Shop
Angelique Kerber about to serve to Jelena Ostapenko in the semi-final which she (Kerber) won
Jelena Ostapenko and Angelique Kerber prepare to leave after Kerber won the semi-final
Angelique Kerber prepares to serve on Centre Court
Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia leaves Centre Court after losing the semi-final to Angelique Kerber
Serena Williams and Julia Goerges leave the Centre Court area after their semi -final – won by Serena
One of the many hospitality and refreshment areas in the grounds
Crowds outside Centre Court take a break from the court action
Angelique Kerber playing on a packed Centre Court in the Ladies Singles Final
Spectators watching the action on the new Jumbotron on Henman Hill
Crowds of spectators fill the grounds of Wimbledon
The newly finished hospitality area near to Court 1 and Henman Hill
Photos by Des Evans
The New Palestine Dragons varsity tennis team ended the 2018 season with a 9 and 7 record.
The Dragons No 1 doubles team of juniors Josee King and Claire Cherry ended the season with a 14 and 9 record and won the North Central Sectional – and play the winner of the Center Grove Sectional at Fishers on June 2nd
The No 2 doubles combination of junior Sheridan Schrowe and sophomore Ashley Truman won the County title and finished with an impressive 16 and 5 winning record.