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WEEKEND WRAP: Pros collect hardware while locals head to Ojai

Two big pro titles for #TeamUSA and #USTennis this past weekend as some of #SoCalTennis top ranked stars notched impressive wins overseas. Let’s recap in our #WeekendWrap! The US #FedCup… Read more »

Get Connected: Social Media in SoCal!

  Want to keep up with USTA Southern California? Open your social media platforms and friend us, follow us, like us, tag us, troll us… it’s up to you!  … Read more »

WEEKEND WRAP: Johnson repeats, UCLA excels, and SoCal earns the Maze Cup

There’s so much on the docket for this week’s #WEEKENDWRAP, we suggest you sit back with a warm cappuccino and relive the pro, collegiate, and junior achievements in #SoCalTennis over… Read more »

CTC Program visits UCLA, meets top-ranked Bruins

Some of the most talented young tennis players in Southern California recently enjoyed a visit to Westwood and L.A. Tennis Center on the campus of UCLA, where they got a… Read more »

WEEKEND WRAP: SoCal has impact in Davis Cup win

The top two #SoCal men on the ATP Tour were front and center in Nashville as the United States rolled through the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup, as Sam Querrey… Read more »

US Open Champ Sloane Stephens Hosts Net Generation Day in Compton

The Sloane Stephens Foundation continues its dedication to area school children by hosting a Net Generation Day at Centennial High School in Compton on April 12. The event welcomes kids… Read more »

Ladies Charity Tournament supports Mary’s Kitchen, ACEing Autism on Apr 14

Laguna Niguel, CA, March 13, 2018 – Laguna Niguel Racquet Club of Spearman Clubs will host Tennis Serves Others, a 501c3 non-profit organization, for an upcoming ladies charity tournament to… Read more »

SCTA receives LA84 grant to support Junior Tennis

The Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA) is pleased to receive grant support from LA84 Foundation this year, in support of #NJTL and youth tennis in urban areas. Learn more about… Read more »

Kellogg Recognized with Prestigious USTA Honor

The Samuel Hardy Award, sponsored by the International Tennis Hall of Fame, is presented to a USTA volunteer in recognition of long and outstanding service at the national level to… Read more »

Ballkids Have Best Seat in the House

The best seat in the house at a professional tennis tournament is not found at center court loge, not in the luxury suites, or in the front row along the… Read more »

WEEKEND WRAP: Indian Wells and Beyond; Calabasas Up Next

While most tennis fans worldwide focused their attention on Indian Wells last weekend, there was plenty to appreciate from Canada to Greece to Japan, as SoCal players sought international titles… Read more »

BNP awards scholarships to Coachella Valley teens

BNP Paribas, a global leader in supporting both amateur and professional tennis, has awarded the third annual BNP Paribas Open scholarships to Jade Rios and Jennifer Gomez, both students at… Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: Who’s that American in the Quarterfinals?

For the better part of two weeks, Sam Querrey has flown well under the radar. On an outer practice court, he attracts a smattering of fans to watch a mundane… Read more »

Bryan Bros Doubles Race celebrated at BNP Masters event

Last year, the most successful doubles team of all time joined with USTA Southern California to promote the very game that made them a tennis-household name. Bob and Mike Bryan… Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: Fritz struggles with wind, falls in Round of 16

Borna Coric brought his rally machine to Indian Wells on Wednesday, much to the chagrin of a pro-USA crowd eager to see homegrown Taylor Fritz take yet another step in… Read more »

World Team Tennis drafts 2018 Rosters

When World Team Tennis returns to Southern California this summer, the rosters will look somewhat different than in 2017, when both SoCal squads reached the championship final. At the team… Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: Fritz Emerges, Moves On in Men’s Draw

For most of the day on Monday, the buzz around Indian Wells Tennis Garden was focused primarily on the pending showdown between #8 seed Venus Williams and perennial Grand Slam… Read more »

WEEKEND WRAP: While BNP steals spotlight, SoCal wins abroad

All eyes may be fixated on the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells this week, but that doesn’t mean some of the brightest young SoCal stars are taking a break… Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: Querrey, Fritz keep SoCal hopes alive

As week two of the BNP Paribas Open kicks off today, a much anticipated third round match is looming while select SoCal players remain in the hunt at Indian Wells…. Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: “Neto” nets a big win; Coco Advances to Round Two

  As things heat up in the desert, Southern Californians are taking center stage, including an impressive upset on the men’s side and a strong performance in the women’s draw…. Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: In defeat, Nakashima wins Indian Wells fans

Near the end, someone at courtside said rather apologetically, “He’s young.” But this was not simply a flippant observation of 16-year old Brandon Nakashima, the San Diegan and top rated… Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: Escobedo continues a dream journey

Last winter, Ernesto Escobedo began a promising upward trend. At the 2017 Australian Open, the West Covina native made a rather improbable run on the Grand Slam stage after emerging… Read more »