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Spring Cleaning – Keeping Tennis Balls Out Of The Landfill

How do you keep 20,000 pounds of tennis balls out of the landfill? Answer: Start with one ball at a time. We don’t usually think of polluting or creating waste… Read more »

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Summer Camp Registration Now Open in San Fernando Valley!

Register before May 31 and receive a FREE youth racket! The SCTA’s Teach, Grow, and Achieve (TGA) Premier Tennis of San Fernando Valley After School Enrichment Sessions are in full… Read more »

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Busy Spring Underway for SCTA Juniors

National Campus Visit and Youth Progression Launch Keep Youngsters Busy The first cross-sectional camp on the sparkling new USTA National Campus in Orlando certainly changed the life of our young… Read more »

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Social Media is the Best Way to follow SCTA Tennis

New Features Launching to Highlight Players, Tips, Tournaments Following SCTA on social media provides engaging and informative content to those interested in Southern California tennis events, activities, and players. This… Read more »

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LA84 Backs NJTL Programs for Youth

Marks 32nd year of bringing tennis to at-risk communities Thanks to the continued funding by the LA84 Foundation, children ages 7-17 can receive tennis instruction at 135 Southern California locations… Read more »

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Adult League Registration Underway

New Dynamic Disqualification Process Implemented The spring registration period is coming to a close for the Adult 18 & Over league seasons across Southern California. Now is the time to… Read more »

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Message From The President 2017

Dear Southern California Tennis Community, I am deeply honored to have been selected as the new President of the Southern California Tennis Association.  The sport of tennis has played an… Read more »

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We Want To Know! SCTA’s 2017 Member Survey

Southern California Tennis Association strives to provide a valuable experience for all of our participants. Each year, we poll our members to gain feedback on our programs and services, and… Read more »

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TGA Nurtures Students On Southern California Campuses

The Teach, Grow, and Achieve (TGA) Premier Tennis brand has a new modern look, but the same amazing enrichment programs and camps are still offered throughout Southern California! TGA Premier Tennis… Read more »

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Something For Everyone At Pro Futures Events In SoCal

Many of today’s top women and men competing on the WTA and ATP World Tours started their professional tennis careers by playing on the USTA Pro Circuit. The USTA Pro… Read more »

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Youth Movement! SCTA Launches New Program For Juniors 11 And Under

The launch of SCTA’s Youth Progression is slated for March 1, providing an exciting opportunity for Juniors 7 to 11 years of age to develop better technique and fundamentals to… Read more »

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Will You Be A Champion For Tennis In 2017?

RALLYING WITH THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Webster’s New World Dictionary – yes, the real book dictionary, not the Internet – defines champion as “a person who fights for another or for… Read more »

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The 2017 League Season Begins

Happy New Year to all Southern California tennis Players! For those of you who have made a new year’s resolution to play tennis in a USTA league, welcome! To those… Read more »

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2017 Adult Tournament Season Begins

2017 Adult Tournament Season Begins…… Tournaments Can Help You Improve Your Game! Have you been wondering what tournaments are all about? Why people play them?  Is there a benefit? The… Read more »

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Random Bytes January 2017

K-Swiss Brings Miringoff Home In mid-December, K-Swiss, which is based in Westlake Village, named Mike Miringoff the company’s new Global Director of Tennis. Following a stint as Southern California Tennis… Read more »

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What’s Ahead For The SCTA In 2017?

What’s ahead for the SCTA in 2017?  How about we all resolve to play more tennis this year, and here at the Southern California Tennis Association, we’re here to help… Read more »

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Would You Like To Help Us Engage The Community?

The SCTA has made it a strategic priority to promote Diversity and Inclusion throughout our Section, emphasizing inclusion.  Inclusion means leveraging the power of diversity in a respectful environment that encourages all… Read more »

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Williams’ Return To Compton – Dream Comes True

Venus and Serena began playing the game they have come to dominate at East Compton Park, which is now known as East Rancho Dominguez Park.  Both women are now tennis… Read more »

SCTA Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet – February 6, 2017

The 130th Annual Meeting of the Southern California Tennis Association will begin at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, February 6, 2017, in the Press Room at the Morgan Center on the… Read more »

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Women’s Intersectional Team Championships Recap

One of the largest tournaments on the annual USTA national schedule is the Women’s Intersectional Team Championships. Southern California has always been a trophy winning success at the event. Staged… Read more »

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Adult Tennis Ratings, Leagues & Champs

Year End Ratings The 2016 Year End Ratings have been published and can be accessed at the Tennis Link website: www.tennislink.usta.com/leagues Leagues Starting In January (using these ratings): Mixed Doubles… Read more »

Junior Changes For 2017

It may be time to wonder, where did the last year go?  It seems that it was filled with listening, learning and the gathering of information as the Southern California… Read more »