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Monthly Archives: September 2017

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Los Cab USTA Men’s Futures Event Down To Final Four

Injury Forces Doubles Team Of Past And Present UCLA Bruins To Withdraw From Finals Since turning professional in early June, Ronnie Schneider has made the finals of four USTA Futures… Read more »

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Top-Seeded Golubic Posts Two Wins at Central Coast Pro Open

Top-seeded in both singles and doubles, Switzerland’s Viktorija Golubic continued her dominance in Templeton on Thursday as she was the only player in both events to advance on with two… Read more »

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San Diego Meets The ED in Town Hall Series

Friends of the San Diego tennis community visited La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club in September for the first in a series of meet and greet forums with Lance Lee,… Read more »

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Redondo Beach And Former UCLA Player Continues Socal Tennis March

Four Singles Quarterfinals And Doubles Final Set For Friday In Fountain Valley Professional Event Karue Sell may have been born and raised in Brazil, but he’s taken quite a liking… Read more »

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Tie-Breakers And Unseededs Rule Second Day Of Los Cab Futures

Four Doubles Quarter-Finals And Six Second Round Singles Matches Set For Thursday Seven tie-breakers, including five in the final sets of matches, were played Tuesday in the 16 singles and… Read more »

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Two Central Coast Girls Debut At Templeton Pro Circuit Event

Playing in their first USTA Pro Circuit tournament was an exhilarating experience for two local residents on Tuesday, the first day of main-draw action at the first annual Central Coast… Read more »

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Top Seed Upended In First Round Of Los Cab USTA Men’s Futures

Eight first round singles and four first round doubles matches set for Wednesday Top seeded Takanyi Garanganga of Zimbabwe, who lost in the finals last year, was defeated by Belgium’s… Read more »

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World University Games a Special Trip For Coach Chen

Community Spotlight: Grant Chen Being a part of Team USA this summer and coaching at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan, had extra special meaning for current UCLA associate… Read more »

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Junior Program In Good Hands at La Habra Tennis Center

Facility Spotlight: La Habra Tennis Center Just when it needed a real shot in the arm, Simon Paek and iTennis came to the rescue and since June 1 has been… Read more »

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Staying In Top Shape Important For Junior Gupta’s Game

When 15-year-old Aditya Gupta struck the final ball and the 115th Southern California Junior Sectionals Boys’ 16s title was his back in June, he knew it was because of the… Read more »

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iTennis Andulka Park Open Championships To Offer Equal Prize Money

PR rep Marcus Tennis reports  that the annual iTennis Andulka Park Open Championships this year will offer equal prize on both the men’s and women’s side. See below for more information… Read more »

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Local Junior Earns Entry Into 15K Professional Tennis Event In Fountain Valley

Singles Qualifying Begins Sept 22; Main Draw Starts Sept. 26 San Juan Capistrano’s Gavin Spencer won the singles and doubles titles this week in a junior tennis tournament held in Fountain… Read more »

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Kenin, Chirico Headline Field at First Central Coast Pro Open

Young Americans Sonya Kenin and Louisa Chirico will headline a strong field of up-and-coming professional women’s tennis players when the first annual Central Coast Pro Tennis Open takes place at… Read more »

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Inaugural Lightning Mixed Doubles Tournament At Sage Hill

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2017 Adaptive Tennis Program Grant

USTA Diversity & Inclusion Department would like to offer support to Adaptive Tennis programs that operate in the United States. Grants are awarded to assist in the initiation or implementation… Read more »

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San Diego Junior wins prestigious USTA sportsmanship award

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has announced Timothy Sah of San Diego as a recipient of this year’s Bill Talbert Junior Sportsmanship Award. The highly prestigious national honor was… Read more »

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Sell Beats Redlicki To Win Claremont Club Pro Classic

Former UCLA star Karue Sell won his 13th consecutive match over 10 days in the city of Claremont on Sunday, 7-6 (4), 6-4, 6-3, beating his one-time Bruin teammate Martin… Read more »

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Doubles Winners Baughman, Sell To Meet In Claremont Semifinals

First-time partners – and newly crowned Claremont Club Pro Classic doubles champions – Deiton Baughman and Karue Sell will meet in a singles semifinal at the $15,000 USTA Men’s Pro… Read more »

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Tenis para toda La familia! Hispanic Heritage Oct 7 in Pasadena

Southern California Tennis Association and Pasadena Tennis Association will present a Tennis Family Festival to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! The event takes place at Blair High School in Pasadena, Saturday… Read more »

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Love For the Game Returns For Baughman

CLAREMONT, Calif., (Sept. 14, 2017) – Feeling “motivated” and “rejuventated” after stepping away from life on the pro tennis circuit, 2015 Claremont Club Pro Classic champion Deiton Baughman posted two… Read more »

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NTRP National Tournament 2018

For 2018, the USTA is launching a new national adult tournament that leverages the NTRP rating system as a way to create level-based competition at the 18 & over and… Read more »

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“How To” Start And Sustain Adaptive Tennis Programs