Unveiling Ceremony at the New Denton Tennis and Pickleball Center

Francesca D’Atria Romano with artist Christine Sanders

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Resident artist and Denton’s City Representative for Public Arts, Francesca D’Atria Romano, recently had the privilege of attending her first unveiling ceremony at the new Denton Tennis and Pickleball Center located at 1117 Riney Road, Denton.

This extraordinary piece of artwork was entrusted to local artist Christine Sanders, in collaboration with local manufacturer 23 Design Co., the sculptor, to help this become a sculpture. It is at the entrance of the courts.

“Serve” is the title. It features two interlocked rackets elegantly intertwined with a curving helix of tennis balls. The rackets themselves are adorned with beautiful mosaic tilework. Some of it was done by local students. It features an important message: “Life Is Like a Game of Tennis. The Players Who Serve Will Seldom Lose.” The sculpture stands 19 feet tall.

The center features 12 tennis courts and 8 pickleball courts.

Francesca urges you to stay tuned for future City of Denton updates and grand openings.