Tennis Workshops – Southern California Tennis News Tennis News, Events, Community Activities, Tournaments Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:37:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Parks & Rec Society Expo Starts March 14 Tue, 27 Feb 2018 01:38:39 +0000 Read more »]]> The California Park & Recreation Society (CPRS) Conference & Expo is turning 70!

USTA SoCal will join CPRS at Long Beach Convention Center for four days of discovery, innovation, personal growth and connectivity!

The CPRS Conference & Expo provides a learning experience that:

  • Rewards personal growth and creativity
  • Inspires innovation
  • Supports connectivity
  • Encourages discovery
  • Unifies the Profession
  • We hope to see you in Long Beach!

USTA Southern California Tennis Association will be there at one of the many Expo booths on March 14 & 15. The Expo is an integral part of your conference experience where you can see the newest trends in the marketplace and network with vendors and other professionals. Over 200 companies will be attending.

Expo Show Hours:

Wednesday, March 14
Grand Opening
12:00 Noon – 5:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 15
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

If you have any questions, please contact Melanie Bischoff at

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PTR/WTCA Coaches Summit Comes to Indian Wells on March 5 to 8 Wed, 24 Jan 2018 17:49:49 +0000 Read more »]]> Registration is open for the PTR/WTCA Coaches Summit on March 5-8 at Indian Wells at the Lakes Country Club.

Speakers include Craig O’Shannessy, Dr. Rich Lehman, Michael Joyce, Melanie Oudin, Carl Maes, Debbie Grahame, Marianne Werdel, Dr. Erin Boynton, Oivind Sorvald, Angelica Gavaldon, and more.

Workshops offered include the following:

  • Wheelchair Tennis Workshop
  • Tennis Analytics & Match Analysis Course
  • Girls Tennis Network Workshop
  • USTA Net Generation Information

The cost to attend is $199 for PTR/WTCA Members and $250 to Non-Members. Accommodations are offered at Marriott’s Shadow Ridge.

For more information and registration, click here.

To view the event Facebook page, click here.


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SCTA’s Community Tennis Development Workshop Creates New Traditions in Orange County Fri, 15 Dec 2017 19:24:10 +0000 Read more »]]> The Community Tennis Development Workshop was a smashing success held recently at Bill Barber Community Park in Orange County. The one-day event was sponsored by the Southern California Tennis Association and it offered coaching education, resources and tennis support to approximately 40 participants.

Melanie Bischoff, the Director of Community Tennis, said the Community Tennis Development Workshop has been offered for about a decade in Southern California. The conference was previously located at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden but was moved due to construction at that site. When the SCTA was searching for a new venue, City of Irvine Tennis Director Steve Riggs immediately offered accommodations at City’s offices and Bill Barber Community Park. Also, the seminar was restructured from a two-day to a one-day seminar.

“It was a pleasure for the City of Irvine to host the CTDW,” said Riggs, also incoming member of the SCTA Board of Directors in 2018. “We feel it’s important to give back to the tennis community and one great way to do this is by hosting tennis education seminars. We look forward to helping out again in the future.”

The CTDW morning kicked off with a comprehensive On Court Net Generation Training led by USTA National Coach Karl Davies. The three-hour session offered an in-depth look at the USTA’s Net Generation Red Ball program for beginners focusing on tennis progressions, easy games, and activities with a fun flair.

After lunch, the SCTA staff led a “Welcome to Net Generation” program headlined by USTA SoCal Director of Marketing Cari Buck, and Tennis Service Representatives Karen Ronney and Aisling Bowyer. They informed of Net Generation resources, programs, teaching support and a vast array of coaching guidance for 10-and-Under Tennis. The workshop was designed to assist teaching pros, coaches, teachers, park and recreation leaders, and those associated with Community Tennis Associations.

Additional sessions included a historical look at the development of tennis in the African American communities led by representatives of the American Tennis Association. Other offerings were breakout focus sessions led by local experts.

In addition to the tennis education workshop, lunch and dinner, the CTDW had its first awards presentation. The First Serve of Santa Ana was named the “Community Program of the Year”, and the group received a plaque and recognition for its efforts. They said the fundamental concept of First Serve was to teach tennis to kids, and encourage older players to mentor younger ones. This program develops responsibility, community spirit and leadership skills in youth. First Serve said it credits their successful model to tennis legend Vic Braden, who provided assistance in their earlier years of operation. Other award winners were Beth Kuney for Volunteer of the Year, Mark McCampbell received an award for Coaching Excellence of the Year, and Braemar Country Club was named Community Partner of the Year.

“The workshop is an opportunity for Community Tennis Association (CTA) members, park and recreation professionals, teaching pros, facility personnel and community tennis advocates to get together to learn and to continue to find ways to grow the game,” said Evan Smith, USTA SoCal Manager of NJTL, Diversity & Inclusion. “This is also a great way to network, meet new people and build friendships. It’s one of the highlights of the year in Community Tennis at the USTA.”



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USTA’s College Knowledge Inspires Players and Parents Fri, 17 Nov 2017 18:11:58 +0000 Read more »]]> What does it take to get a college tennis scholarship? Outstanding answers came from tennis professionals at the recent College Knowledge Workshop held at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego. The event was sponsored by the USTA and organized by USPTA Pro Amanda Fink, a former tour player and ITA All-America pick. The goal was to hear from the professionals about many types of tennis opportunities at the collegiate level including NCAA Division I, II & III schools, USTA’s Tennis on Campus program, NAIA opportunities, the importance of fitness, and the benefits of Community College tennis.

Over 50 coaches, parents and players attended the free workshop. It was a great opportunity to ask key questions to expert panelists including USC Assistant Women’s Coach Chris Wootton, San Diego Christian College Women’s Coach Priscilla Jensen, USD Assistant Men’s Coach Rich Bonfiglio,  San Diego City Men’s and Women’s Coaches Brandon Lupian and Jami Jones, Andrea Tyndall of Athletic Evolution, and Madeline Segura of USTA’s Tennis on Campus (TOC).

Fink opened the workshop by sharing her personal story of how tennis helped her in college and beyond, as she now holds a prestigious teaching position at the Santaluz Club in San Diego. She works with high school athletes on and off the court.

“Parents this is your chance to get real answers from some of the best,” Fink said. “You can ask the coaches questions in general but can’t specifically ask about your child.” General information that was shared includes the following:

  • Women’s NCAA Division I and NAIA programs offer full scholarships where Division II schools typically offers partial rides to female athletes. Men’s Division I and II colleges usually offer partial rides. Men’s and Women’s Division III schools can’t give athletic aid.
  • Community Colleges are great opportunities to get an almost free education and play college tennis while in pursuit of an Associate Degree or transfer to a four-year school.
  • USTA’s Tennis on Campus (TOC) is a USTA Program at 25 colleges across the country, and they offer great tennis at a high levels while not being a varsity sport. Perks include great competition and travel. Scholarships are not needed to play TOC.

“The level of commitment is the biggest difference between Division I, II and III schools,” Wootton said. “Tennis is a fulltime job in Divisions I and II. In Division III, academics come first. “

All coaches on the panel agreed high school athletes making the transition to college need to learn how to find balance in their lives. Organizational skills and learning to live away from home are big adjustments.

Questions included: What is the recruiting process to identify players? All agreed they look at a combination of USTA rankings, UTR ratings and TennisRecruiting ‘s star system.  However, there are additional factors.

Jensen said  her NAIA program in San Diego can offer scholarships and it is typically for those suited to those seeking a smaller private school. “We are looking for that unique individual who has tennis skills plus the right personality to make it a perfect fit,” Jensen said.

Jones, the San Diego City College Women’s Coach, suggested Community Colleges are great options for many student-athletes. “It’s the perfect time for recent graduates to grow as individuals and players in lower pressure atmosphere.”

Segura is the Assistant Director of Adult Tennis at the Southern California Tennis Association. She said TOC is a step down from NCAA varsity tennis yet a step up from recreational club tennis. They are student run programs that are lively and social. Practices are held during the week and players participate when it works into their schedules.

Another angle of preparing for college tennis includes fitness, which is an area of specialty for Andrea Tyndall, a strength and conditioning coach based in San Diego. She has worked with other high profile programs such as Tennis Australia.

“If tennis is your toolbox, fitness is a massive part of your program,” Tyndall said. “If you can’t get to a ball it doesn’t matter how good you are.”

Other tips came in the form of how to contact coaches, when players can expect responses, questions to ask coaches, and  the importance of creating players’ resumes. One reality changer included player behavior off the court.

“I’m looking for good character,” Bonfiglio said. “A tennis team is a culture. We are looking for players who really like tennis. I know that sounds silly but it’s not always the case. Some players have a long list of accomplishments but there are over the process by the time they get to college. We want players who will take it upon themselves to get better. That reveals a high level of character.”





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Level 7 Camp & Tournament Coming in December! REGISTER NOW! Thu, 16 Nov 2017 20:24:58 +0000 Read more »]]>



USTA Early Development Camp (EDC) Hosted by TGA Premier Tennis & Braemar Country Club

Orange Ball for 10U Player Progression

Winter Break/ Friday, December 22, 12-4pm


Players earn Player Progression “Stars” to move into Junior Team Tennis competitive play

first with Orange Ball/60′ courts, then onto Green Dot full court play! 

Campers are required to attend the full session, which includes a

USTA sanctioned Level 7 Tournament on the final day.


Each day of camp includes:

  • Athletic/Technical Skills
  • Game Development
  • Teachable Moments
  • Practice Junior Team Tennis Match Play


 Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday – Friday

  • 12/19 – Day #1: Expert Rallyer

◦                       “Respect”

  • 12/20 – Day #2:  Net Dominator

◦                       “Match Preparation”

  • 12/21 – Day #3:  All Court Player

◦                       “Resilience”

  • 12/22 – Day #4: USTA Sanctioned Level 7 Tournament It’s fun! Play a round robin format with coach court monitors and earn up to 5 “Trophy” points!



Winter Break/ Friday, December 22, 12-4pm

TGA Premier Tennis / Braemar Winter Novice Tournament (Level 7) (ID#650042117)

Orange Level 1

Boys/Girls 10U

60’ Court/Orange Ball


View tournament information here.

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USTA National School’s Train the Trainer Workshop is a Stellar Success Mon, 08 May 2017 16:03:50 +0000 Read more »]]> The theme of the day for the USTA National School’s Train the Trainer Workshop was inspired by the 1970’s iconic movie “Star Wars” joining enthusiastic tennis curriculum and an “intergalactic” oncourt production. The event was entitled “ May the 4th Be With You” held on May 4 at the new USTA National Campus in Lake Nona, Florida.  It was a gathering of approximately 90 of the country’s top tennis staff, pros, trainers and instructors, who gathered from the 17 sections.

“We wanted to make this a great learning opportunity and Star Wars seemed to be the perfect theme,” said Tony Stingley, the National Manager of Schools Tennis. “We are excited to share this new program and offer support to everyone.”

The event was divided into three groups aptly named Yoda, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. The oncourt morning session was held indoors followed by lunch, a tour of the National Campus, and an introduction to the new USTA’s National staff. The day was capped off with a small group question and answer session with leaders of the various tennis departments.

“This is a new and refreshing look at the USTA School’s program,” said Tiffany Geller-Reed, Manager of the Southern California Tennis Association’s Schools program. “This training gave us a lot of information to share with everyone in our section. I think it’s great that the plans and games were geared to meet the needs of the individual grade levels. I am very enthusiastic about the changes.”


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RAFA NADAL ACADEMY coming to Los Angeles April 29-30! Mon, 10 Apr 2017 20:22:21 +0000 Read more »]]> Top level junior tennis players will have a unique opportunity this spring when Rafa Nadal Academy comes to Los Angeles for two clinics, April 29 and April 30. Under the guidance of the Academy coaching director Joel Figueras, talented local players will learn from some of the world’s finest instructors, direct from the legendary champion’s own training facility in Mallorca, Spain.

These clinics are valuable for players and parents alike, with both on- and off-court training, and a presentation about the Rafa Nadal Academy. Morning sessions are scheduled for Boys and Girls ages 12U and 14U, with afternoon sessions to accommodate 16U and 18U players.

Mr. Figueras has previously coached American up and comers including Tommy Paul, Taylor Fritz, and Stefan Koslov, and currently oversees all aspects of technical, tactical, physical, and mental training programs at the Nadal Academy.

There will be four sessions over two days:

Saturday, April 29 (view flyer here) at The Jack Kramer Club, Rolling Hills Estates. Begins at 9:45am.

Sunday, April 30 (view flyer here) at Loyola Marymount University Tennis Centre, Los Angeles. Begins at 9:00am.

Please review the links to clinic flyers (above) for exact times, contacts, and registration information.

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Save The Date: 7th Annual Tennis Seminar in Irvine – June 25 Tue, 04 Apr 2017 22:17:36 +0000 Read more »]]> Flyer COI Tennis Education Conference

Photo: Steve Harvey

Registration is now open for the  7th Annual Tennis Seminar, an educational event perfect for coaches, teaching professionals, tennis leaders, instructors, and parents at Bill Barber Park on Sunday, June 25, in Irvine.

This year’s power packed lineup includes Amanda Fink, Dianne Matias, Bill Patton, Chris Lewis, Chuck Brymer, Dan Santorum, Dave Hagler, Karen Ronney, Ken DeHart, Randy Houston, and Simon Paek.

Photo: Steve Harvey

The full day work shop is from 8am to 5pm, and the fee is $30 per person (including lunch), along with a raffle offering $1,000 in door prizes.

The location is 16 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA, at the corner of Harvard and Barranca.

For more information please call 949-724-6617 or email

To register and purchase, please click here.

Photo: Steve Harvey

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Final Junior Tournament Director Workshop – October 16th Sat, 01 Oct 2016 23:51:10 +0000 Read more »]]> The Southern California Tennis Association Junior Department is hosting five mandatory Tournament Director Workshops across Southern California this year. Two have already been completed in Orange County and San Diego. Megan Heneghan and Ken Grassel, who are part of the SCTA Junior Department staff, have led the presentations. Barry Friedman, who is the Chairman, and Eric Stephens, who is a member of the Junior Competition Committee, added their insight based on years of industry experience.


During the workshops, the Tournament Director’s Manual; tournament checklist; officials and court monitors; and online tournament sanction forms, are discussed. The sessions conclude with a tutorial on the “all factors” seeding method (required for Levels 1-4) and an interactive TDM (Tournament Data Manager) presentation. In previous workshops, there has been a good deal of talk about handling certain situations during an event, as well as the expectations of a Tournament Director at each junior tournament level. Information pertaining to junior tournament levels 1 (National) through 7 (Entry Level) was also provided. Overall, the gatherings take about four hours, with breakfast and lunch served between presentations and discussions.


There are different challenges at each level, but the information presented at these workshops allow a Tournament Director to efficiently prepare and manage for challenges that may arise. For example, a common complaint from parents and players is the lack of officials at junior tournaments. A large portion of the workshop is dedicated to the requirements of officials at each event level, and the new “roving umpire” rule now implemented at every tournament. Grassel distributes the Southern California Tennis Umpires Association contact information sheet so that every director can guarantee the proper number of officials at their events.

The goal is to have every Southern California Junior Tournament Director operate consistent, high-quality junior events, from novice to the highest advanced levels. The workshops provided a Tournament Director with information and the resources necessary to meet all the essential junior tournament requirements, provide exceptional customer service and achieve success in every championship. Preparation and a positive environment are of the utmost importance. By attending a workshop, a Tournament Director is guaranteed to acquire the knowledge and confidence to consistently run exceptional events.

The final 2016 workshop will be held on Sunday, October 16th at UCLA in the Straus Clubhouse. The session will begin at 9:00 a.m. and conclude at 1:30 p.m. For details and to make a reservation, please contact Megan Heneghan at

Megan Heneghan


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Community Development Workshops – Sign Up Now Mon, 12 Sep 2016 18:17:12 +0000 Read more »]]> Calling all tennis enthusiasts.  Join members of the tennis community for the two-day workshop that will take place, in mid-October. The first activity will be on-court at California State University Los Angeles on Saturday, October 15th. It will be an ideal chance for anyone working with young or beginning players to add to their teaching techniques. Topics that will be covered include learning large group management practices, progressions for all strokes, dynamic stretches, competitive scoring formats, how to effectively and appropriately use the modified tennis equipment and much more. In addition to the educational coaching resources that will be offered in the on-court presentation, the six online courses, (which are free), designed to further coaching skills, will also be discussed. Once the online courses and the on-court workshop are completed, a 10 and Under Coaching Certificate will be awarded. This innovative program has been created in conjunction with the USTA, PTR, USPTA, and the USOC. Participants in the program also earn USPTA Continuing Education credits.


On Sunday, October 16th, classroom sessions will take place at the LA84 Foundation in Los Angeles. This is a fantastic opportunity to network with other tennis advocates and learn about topics such as developing grassroots players for competitive tennis, player development plans, fundraising, etc.  There will be a variety of speakers including Peter Smith, the USC Men’s Tennis head coach;  Greg and Dan Gonzalez of the Pancho Gonzalez Foundation, and Miguel Garcia from the USTA Foundation. After all speakers finish, there will an open discussion. There will also be an opportunity to ask individuals from each Southern California Tennis Association department – such as Junior Competition, Marketing, Adult Competition and Community Tennis – questions.

Lunch will be provided and those attending will have a chance to win some awesome raffle prizes. The workshops are perfect for anyone looking to help grow tennis in their community. Don’t miss out on this wonderful networking and business growing opportunity.

Sign up today by calling (310) 208-3838 or e-mailing Spencer Wayman at to register or if you have any questions.

Registration and credit card payment can be handled by going to:

Tiffany Mai


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Community Development Workshop October 2016 Tue, 30 Aug 2016 19:16:02 +0000  


Download October 2016 Community Development Workshop Brochure

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USTA Oncourt 10-and-Under Tennis Shines at Lake Balboa Fri, 06 May 2016 15:48:47 +0000 Read more »]]> lake balboa 8Cascading cherry blossom trees and colorful red, orange and green tennis balls were the back drop recently in a recent USTA Oncourt 10-and-Under Training at the Lake Balboa District of the San Fernando Valley. This northwest neighborhood community, a jewel of that region, offered the national training at Birmingham High School. Many Southern California coaches enthuslake balboa 2iastically participated in the 3.5 hour event and it was a great success.

“This was a really fantastic class,” said Aisling Bowyer, the TGA Premier Youth Tennis Programming Coordinator. “So much was covered and it was really fun. The information was perfect for teaching tennis to kids in any setting.”

At Coach Youth Tennis, the USTA offers a dual Online and Oncourt curriculum for a recreational certification. The six online courses include:


  1. Organizing and Supervising Youth Play
  2. Characteristics of Children Ages 10 and Under
  3. Communicating with Children Ages 10 and Underlake balboa 18
  4. Rules and Guidelines for Children Ages 10 and Under
  5. Skill Development
  6. Group and Team Management

The USTA Oncourt training features criteria of Red, Orange and Green tennis programming regarding equipment, competition, training, tennis tools, skills, games and live ball teaching methods. Both the Online and Oncourt portions must be completed by participants to receive final certification. This USTA program is required for further training with the USPTA or PTR.  For more information can be found at Coach Youth Tennis: go here .  To view all of the event photos which include 133 super fun pics go here and please  “Like” SD10sRocks Facebook page to see the album.

With appreciation to all who participated in the day including administrator Southern California Tennis Service Representative Phillip Siordia, host Jack Tulatammagul and all of the wonderful participants. #Tennis is my sport.

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10 & Under Workshop April 24 2016 Mon, 18 Apr 2016 22:41:10 +0000 10&UWksp4

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All Pros, Coaches and Players Are Welcome to Attend a Free USPTA Latino/Hispanic Workshop on Feb 19 Thu, 11 Feb 2016 19:33:14 +0000 Read more »]]> Registration is now open for a free USPTA Latino/Hispanic Coaching Workshop on Friday, February 19, from Noon to 8pm at the Sea Cliff Country Club in Huntington Beach. This event is associated with the USPTA California Division Convention. There is no charge for the public to attend this amazing program but advanced registration is required.  Participants who are already attending the convention will have access to this workshop at no charge.hispanic 1

Speakers include Jose Higueras from USTA High Performance, Anette Padilla (USTA Programs) and Phil Siordia (Basic Skills and Programming.) There will be a Welcome Cocktail Party in the evening from 5:30 to 8pm at the Sea Cliff Country Club on 6501 Palm Avehispanic 3nue, Huntington Beach. For more information, email Sara Morse at 

 To attend the USPTA California Division Convention from February 19 to 21 go to

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Community Development Workshop Oct 17 Thu, 20 Aug 2015 01:10:43 +0000

Download 2015 Community Development Workshop brochure

Download 2015 Community Development Workshop brochure

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Westlake Village OnCourt Tennis Workshop Fri, 26 Jun 2015 18:52:53 +0000 Read more »]]> ball-toss-16-GREAT

There are still some openings in the USTA OnCourt 10-and-Under Workshop in Westlake Village on Sunday, June 28 from 10:30am to 2pm at the Westlake Athletic Club. This USTA certification is the basis for seeking additional coaching opportunities with the USPTA and the PTR. Please sign up online at Also if possible, please remember to complete the six online courses prior to the training. See the info below on where to sign up and how to do it. For more information or questions, contact Karen Ronney at

  • Sunday June 28 10:30am to 2pm: Westlake Athletic Club, 3250 Triunfo Canyon Road, Westlake Village, CA 91361. To Register go to
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On-Court Workshop Strengthens Coaching: Join this April! Fri, 03 Apr 2015 19:48:05 +0000 Read more »]]> Registration is Open for Two USTA 10-and-Under Tennis Workshops

Raising_Hands_200x200Enhance your coaching skills through our dynamic Coach Youth Tennis program.  Developed in partnership with the PTR, USPTA and USOC, these courses will enhance your work with kids ages 10 and under and also provides a pathway to certification. The online courses and on-court workshop will teach you how to supervise and organize play, communicate more effectively with kids, manage groups and teams and more. Attend an on-court workshop in April and start your certification today!

10 and Under Workshop highlights include:

  • Access to interactive online training courses and additional coaches resources
  • Taught by an expert national faculty members
  • Length: 3.5 hours
  • Cost: $15 per person

There are two 10-and-Under Workshops offered in Southern California in the month of April.  Please sign up online at

  • n-Court Workshop #2110 in Valencia, CA
    Saturday, April 18, 2015
    2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
    The Paseo Club at
    27650 Dickason Drive, Valencia CA.
    For more information, call Phil Siordia – 818-472-2028 or Desi McBride – 661 257-0044
    Register at
  • On-Court Workshop #2108 in Coronado, CA
    Sunday, April 26, 2015
    2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
    Coronado Tennis Center
    1501 Glorietta Blvd, Coronado, CA.
    For more information, contact Sue Hites at 619-522-2650
    Register at


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10 and Under Workshops – April 2015 Sat, 14 Mar 2015 21:59:27 +0000
  • April 18th at Paseo Club
    27650 Dickason Dr., Valencia, CA, 91355
  • April 26th at Coronado Tennis Center 
  • April 27th at Westlake Village
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    Santa Barbara 10 & Under Workshop Thu, 12 Feb 2015 22:42:23 +0000 The Santa Barbara Tennis Patrons hosted an awesome 10 & Under Workshop!

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    Coaches Workshop Santa Barbara Sun, 25 Jan 2015 19:08:27 +0000 coaches workshop santa barbara 020715

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    10-Under Coaching Workshop Fri, 07 Nov 2014 02:55:32 +0000 Read more »]]> USTAFYIG_SoCal400There are still openings for USTA 10-and-Under Coaching Workshop (formerly RCW) to certify tennis professionals, club managers, instructors, high school coaches and any tennis enthusiasts who want to learn how to teach beginning tennis to all ages on Sunday November 2, 2014 at Lake Murray Tennis Club in San Diego. The workshop fee is $15 and all participants must sign up online in advance of the training. The event will be held from 1:30pm to 5pm at this beautiful club nestled in the foothills of the Mission Trails Regional Park.

    The workshop will cover the following:

    • Athletic Development
    • Dynamic Stretches
    • TennisTools: Balls and Rackets
    • Skills: Teaching Progressions for all strokes
    • Simple Games for All Levels
    • Team Play and Competitive Scoring Formats
    • Live Ball Teaching Methods

    This is a recreational coaching certification that is required for further training with the USPTA or PTR. Participants must sign up for this event online in advance at: .

    For more information, contact Karen Ronney at 619-857-1166.

    • What: USTA 10-and-Under-Training – The Last One in 2014
    • Where: Lake Murray Tennis Club, San Diego
    • When: Sunday, Nov 2, 2014
    • Time: 1:30pm to 5pm. Please arrive at around 1:15 for check in.
    • Fee: $15. Sign up and pay online at (see above link)
    • Address: 7003 Murray Park Drive, San Diego, CA 92119
    • Club Phone: 619-469-3232
    • For more info: Contact Karen Ronney (619) 857-1166
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