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State Community College Dual Championships Set For Wednesday at The Ojai

No. 1 men’s team from the North Foothill College will face No. 1 from the South Irvine Valley College in the CCCAA State Championship at The Ojai on Wednesday at… Read more »

UCLA – 4th place

2015 Tennis On Campus National Championship Results

Southern California Places 4 Teams in the Top 20 – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo wins Team Sportsmanship Award When we last left off, rain had ended the day prematurely… Read more »

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SoCal’s Fritz, Liu Win ASICS Easter Bowl 18s Titles

Taylor Fritz learned a lot of lessons on his way to capturing the 48th annual ASICS Easter Bowl ITF Boys’ 18s singles title. Most important was that a match isn’t… Read more »


SoCal Players Fritz, Liu Advance to ASICS Easter Bowl Finals

Both finalists in the 48th annual ASICS Easter Bowl ITF Girls’ 18s singles on Sunday will have some valuable experience to draw upon of playing on the final day of… Read more »


Fritz Moves Into ASICS Easter Bowl Semifinals

It was Sweet 16 day at the 48th annual ASICS Easter Bowl as both boys’ and girls’ 16s champions were crowned on the final day of play in the USTA… Read more »


UCLA Club Tennis Focuses on Team Chemistry

Two years into Grace Lin’s tennis career, the sport had grown too stressful. Then she joined her high school team, where she found that the team aspect could help curb… Read more »


Tennis On Campus – Six Southern California Teams compete for USTA National Title

The championship started a little soggy as an overnight storm soaked the Cary Tennis Park, host of the 2015 USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship, April 9 -11. Each team is… Read more »


Fritz Escapes To Advance at ASICS Easter Bowl

It looked pretty certain for a short time during play at the 48th annual ASICS Easter Bowl on Thursday that the event might lose its top-seeded player in the ITF… Read more »

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Jack Darrah…“A Life Worth Living”

Jack Darrah, who had a dual section impact on the game in both Southern and Northern California, passed away on the last day of March, at the age of 83,… Read more »


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Tennis On Campus National Championship – April 9-12

Six schools will be representing the SCTA in Cary, North Carolina for a chance to be crowned the National Champion. UCLA won the tournament in 2011 and for the last… Read more »

Swan, Fritz Open With Wins At ASICS Easter Bowl

An Australian Open towel draped over her neck, No. 2-seed in the ITF Girls’ 18s singles Katie Swan looked impressive in her 2015 ASICS Easter Bowl debut on Tuesday with… Read more »


Busy Monday at the ASICS Easter Bowl

On a day the USTA announced Martin Blackman as its new General Manager of Player Development, and last year’s ASICS Easter Bowl Boys’ 18s champion Frances Tiafoe signed a professional… Read more »


Fritz Finalist At Inaugural ITF Junior Masters

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) staged its inaugural Junior Masters at the Sichuan International Tennis Centre in Chengdu, China, April 3-5. The men and women’s competitions featured eight players, who… Read more »


Four In Miami For Bryans

The day before Easter Sunday was better than baskets full of candy treats for Bob and Mike Bryan. The thirty-six year old twins collected their fourth Miami Open title, downing… Read more »

USTA International Spring Championships 2015

Top-Seeded Blumberg Claims 18s; No. 2 Kenin Wins Carson ISC Titles

Playing in his third ITF junior final this year, top-seeded William Blumberg used his experience to beat 15-year-old IMG Academy talent Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia on Sunday to win the… Read more »


Top Seeds To Face Off On Final Day of Carson ISC

Top-seeded William Blumberg left no doubt once again on Saturday that he’s a step ahead of the rest of the field at the ITF Grade 1 USTA International Spring Championships… Read more »


48th Annual Easter Bowl Kicks Off At Indian Wells Tennis Garden

The future of American tennis will once again be on display when the iconic 48th annual ASICS Easter Bowl starts on Saturday and will be played at the Indian Wells… Read more »

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Final Four in Singles Set at Carson USTA International Spring Championships

It was an exceptionally long day on the courts for three of the four girls that moved on to the semifinals at the ITF Grade 1 USTA International Spring Championships… Read more »


On-Court Workshop Strengthens Coaching: Join this April!

Registration is Open for Two USTA 10-and-Under Tennis Workshops Enhance your coaching skills through our dynamic Coach Youth Tennis program.  Developed in partnership with the PTR, USPTA and USOC, these… Read more »


San Diego District Tennis Association Offers Unique Tennis Play Day

When most people think of tennis court surfaces, concrete, clay, and grass come to mind.  But with today’s variety of low and regular compression tennis balls (foam, red, orange, green… Read more »


Once a Tennis Parent, Always A Tennis Parent

When describing the Tennis on Campus (TOC) program to outsiders, the narrative often revolves around the students. It is easy to see how the program fits into the busy, social lifestyle of… Read more »