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LET’S PLAY! Here are your SoCal June Tournaments

JUNE 1 iTennis Pride Tournament ($$$) West Hollywood. Open singles and same gender/age division doubles (TennisLink #650016118) JUNE 1 USTA Father/Daughter & Mother Son National Hard Court Championships San Diego…. Read more »

USTA, Chase bring color, positive message to Harvard Park

With the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Open this year, the USTA aims to bring tennis to inner city kids in a unique and colorful fashion, supporting National Junior Tennis… Read more »

Junior Team Tennis heads to Irvine for Championships

If you’ve never considered tennis to be a team sport, be sure to spend some time at this weekend’s Junior Team Tennis (JTT) Spring Section Championships, where more than 650… Read more »

‘Underdogs’ No More: CMS Earns D3 National Title

When the dust settled at the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Team Championships at Claremont last week, the final team standing was a long shot winner. True, they were competitive… Read more »

WEEKEND WRAP: Bonjour! TeamSoCal heads to Paris

There’s no better time than the present to love competitive tennis in Southern California. Our favorite hometown pros are doing business in France at Roland Garros, while SoCal futures are… Read more »

CTAs to benefit from SCTA Community Tennis grants

USTA Southern California was pleased to award Community Tennis grants to deserving organizations who continue to provide tennis programs and opportunities throughout the region. At a gathering held last month… Read more »

NEXT ON COURT: Upcoming Spotlight Tournaments

Gear up for these upcoming USTA Southern California tournaments: 116th Southern California Junior Sectional Championships  Level 1 – June 16-18, 20-25, 2018 Southern California Juniors will square off at seven… Read more »

May is USTA Tennis Moms Month!

This month, the USTA celebrates and honors all those tennis moms who dedicate so much time and effort to nurturing and developing all the budding tennis players across the United… Read more »

JUNIOR TENNIS: Early Development Camps and Youth Progression

It’s that time again where Early Development Camps (EDC) are starting up! If your son or daughter is between 7-10 years old and playing tennis on a regular basis with… Read more »

Festival brings array of sports to Net Generation kids

The Net Generation Youth Sports Festival at Serrania Charter Elementary School on Saturday, May 19 was a collaboration between the Southern California Tennis Association, TGA Premier Sports, Metamorphisuqe Cheer, and… Read more »

SCTA celebrates two USPTA honorees

The USTA Southern California Section is proud to announce that two staff members were honored this month by the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) for their outstanding service and… Read more »

NCAA Championships: Follow Your SoCal Teams!

The collegiate tennis season kicks into high gear this weekend as the 2018 NCAA Championships begin play, and three local venues will host regional action this weekend. Both UCLA squads… Read more »

‘THE PROCESS’: Perspectives on Recruitment and the College Tennis Experience

  Considered by many as the nation’s top collegiate recruit, Brandon Nakashima has other things on his mind as he hoists the winning trophy at this year’s USTA International Spring… Read more »

FREE Net Generation Youth Sports Festival on May 19

USTA Southern California in partnership with TGA Premier Sports and Friends of Serrania presents the FREE USTA Net Generation Youth Sports Festival, Saturday, May 19th from 2:00p-4:00p at Serrania Charter… Read more »

Roy Emerson Adoption Guild Tennis Classic comes Memorial Day Weekend

Continuing a 57-year-old tradition in Southern California, tennis aficionados will gather over Memorial Day weekend for the celebrated Adoption Guild Tournament. This USTA-sanctioned, 4-day event will be hosted by the… Read more »

A-MAZE-ing! At long last, SoCal juniors wrestle Cup from NorCal

The last time Team SoCal won the Maze Cup – a longstanding team competition between Northern and Southern California – the roster included names like Brandon Holt and Jada Hart…. Read more »

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! Find us… 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 »