Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Youth Tennis San Diego Offers Financial Assistance Deadline to Apply – April 30

The YTSD Financial assistance program provides for the needs of youth within the San Diego community. The assistance can apply to all YTSD programs, including camps and classes. They make… Read more »

VCJTA Accepts Bryan Bros

Community Spotlight: Terry Lynch

Since way back in 1988 when she took over as the Chairperson leading the Ventura County Junior Tennis Association, Terry Lynch has made hundreds of friends. If you ask her… Read more »


TGA Premier Youth Tennis Summer Tennis Camp In San Fernando Valley

Peggy Michel, BNP Paribas Open Vice President of Sales, Miguel Alvarez, Jean-Yves Fillion, CEO of BNP Paribas Open North America & Head

Alvarez & Beltran – Are Also BNP Paribas Open Winners

The 2016 version of the BNP Paribas Open was spectacular. The tennis and the setting fully supported the excellence of the often-heard “Fifth Slam” claim regarding the tournament. Novak Djokovic… Read more »

TOC National Championships & Spring Invitational Preview

Five Southern California schools are headed to the 2016 Tennis On Campus (TOC) National Championships in Cary, North Carolina in April. After fierce competition at the Southern California Sectional Championship… Read more »

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Engage And Keep People Involved In Tennis

Rallying With The Executive Director The SCTA’s Mission Is To Engage And Keep People Involved In Tennis How Does The Southern California Tennis Association Do It?  Like all businesses, the… Read more »

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How Can The SCTA Help Create A Convenient Schedule For Junior & Adult Play?

For a business to thrive and succeed, it must make its products easy to find and utilize. This is the year of the “Easy and Better Route 66 Tennis Pipeline”… Read more »

Branstine Beats Friend Johnson at Carson ITF Championships

Playing one of your best friends in singles is never easy, especially if you have to come back later in the day and play doubles with them. But it’s what… Read more »


Sportsmanship Makes Tennis Better

The Southern California Tennis Association Awards & Recognition Committee is embarking on a Pilot Program that recognizes “Good Sportsmanship”.  Junior and Adult players will be recognized for displaying fair play,… Read more »

Little Mo Sectional Tennis Comes to San Diego

The “Little Mo” Tennis programs  have produced great champions such as Andy Roddick and upcoming San Diego rising international junior start Taylor Fritz. The first level of competition is at… Read more »


Beyond the Score: Remedies For Tennis Elbow

By Lisa Thomas The website describes tennis elbow as “the common term for lateral epicondylitis, an inflammatory condition of the tendon that connects the extensor muscles of the lower… Read more »

Sign Up for the Professional Tennis Registry Adult Development Level 1 Certification on May 14 -15

The Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) is offering an Adult Development Level 1 Certification Workshop on May 15 to 16 at the Lakes Country Club in Palm Desert. Times are 10am… Read more »

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Check Out HEAD Penn’s Ten-And-Under Tennis Equipment Program

Now is the time to check out HEAD Penn’s program in for 10-and-Under Tennis Equipment. If you are in need of Foam, Red, Orange or Green balls, this is the… Read more »

Fabulous Volunteer Opportunity at TennisFest San Diego on May 1

The 16th Annual TennisFest organizers are actively looking for volunteer pros, coaches, tennis leaders, junior tennis volunteers, high school players, tennis advocates of all ages, and anyone who wants to… Read more »

Pete Brown “First Serve” Boys High School Tournament a San Diego Success

Congratulations to all of the organizers, participants, coaches and champions of the Pete Brown “First Serve” Boys’ High School Tournament recently held in San Diego. The event was sponsored by… Read more »


Australian Barton Takes Home Calabasas Singles Title

Matthew Barton couldn’t have picked a better time to hit one of the best shots of his life. Down 4-6 in the first-set tiebreaker, the No. 2-seeded Australian 24-year-old battled… Read more »

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Finals Set At Calabasas Pro Tournament

If Henri Laaksonen of Switzerland is to win both the singles and doubles titles on Easter Sunday at the USTA Men’s Pro Tennis Championships of Calabasas, he will value them… Read more »

Allison Goldman Tennis Article- TennisPro Magazine 2015

10 And Under Tennis In A Courtship With Parents & Coaches

Download and read the 10 And Under Tennis In A Courtship With Parents & Coaches article by Allison Goldman


USTA International Spring Championships To Showcase Some of World’s Top Juniors In Carson

Defending champion William Blumberg and 15-year-old Southern California resident Claire Liu are among the favorites to win the 12th annual USTA International Spring Championships starting this weekend at StubHub Center,… Read more »

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Wozniacki, Isner Headline Mylan World Teamtennis Draft

Caroline Wozniacki, John Isner Headline Mylan World Teamtennis Player Draft Martina Hingis, Bob and Mike Bryan, Andy Roddick, James Blake and Mardy Fish also set to play in 2016 Former… Read more »

Quarterfinals Are Set at Calabasas Pro Tournament

Friday Schedule Thursday Doubles Draw 3-24 Thursday Singles Draw 3-24 Six of the eight top-seeded players won singles matches on Thursday at the USTA Men’s Pro Tennis Championships of Calabasas… Read more »

Baughman, Kozlov Move On At Calabasas Pro Futures Tournament

Having both suffered tough first-round singles defeats on Tuesday, Deiton Baughman and his doubles partner Stefan Kozlov came back to record a straight-set doubles upset over the No. 3-seeded team… Read more »