About Us

General Information regarding New Orleans City Park Tennis Facilities and the City Park Tennis Club

George Frilot III

  Interview with George Frilot Published by Billy Crawford on December 16, 2013 Interview with George A. Frilot III January 15, 2014                                                           By Billy E. Crawford George Frilot III was inducted into the Louisiana… Read more →

Al Reagle

  AL REAGLE Published by Billy Crawford on April 8, 2011 | Edit AL Reagle Q.  Billy.  How long have you been a member of the CPTC? A.  Al.  Off and on since I was 25 years of age;  but  more consistently since Katrinia.  I prefer racquetball more than tennis. Q.  What year did you volunteer to develop and maintain the CPTC website? A.  After… Read more →

Irving Goldstein

  IRVING GOLDSTEIN Published by Billy Crawford on April 11, 2011 | Edit Irving Goldstein Q: I understand you may be the “youngest” member of the club; how young are you? A: 90 years young Q: How long have you been a member of the CPTC? A: 18 years Q: What is your impression of the new City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center? A: As beautiful as… Read more →

Bob Zimmerman

  Bob Zimmerman Published by Billy Crawford on April 11, 2011 | Edit Bob Zimmerman Q.  Bob Zimmerman, you are one of the newest members of the club .When did you join? A.  February or March 2011. Q.  When you joined, how did you get the membership information? A.   Chester and Bob M. Q.  Do you have a regular group of guys to play tennis… Read more →

George Duerson

  GEORGE DUERSON Published by Billy Crawford on April 14, 2011 | Edit George Duerson Q.  Billy.  How long have you been a member of the CPTC? A.  George.  10 years Q.  When you first became a member, how did you get the membership information? A.  From a member of the Club Q.  I know you have recently had surgery.  How is your recovery and… Read more →

Steve Carter

  STEVE CARTER Published by Billy Crawford on April 15, 2011 | Edit Steve Carter Q.  How old were you when you started playing tennis? A.  Eight grade.  My father worked for EXXON in Baton Rouge.  He received the first PH.D given at LSU, which was in chemical engineering.  He was transferred to Caracas, Venezuela.  Tennis was the only sport available to me there.  An… Read more →