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Riviera/ITA All-American Championships – Intercollegiate Showtime

In Southern California, the fall sports calendar is loaded with an almost 24/7 collection of events to attend. With school back in session, college football games are the focal point… Read more »

Sportsmanship

What I Would Like To Know About Senior Tennis Players

Rallying With The Executive Director If I were shooting the breeze with a group of tennis players over 50, here’s what I’d like to discover. How did you learn to… Read more »

What Would I Like To Know About Senior Tennis Players?

Rallying With The Executive Director If I were shooting the breeze with a group of tennis players in the 50 and over age bracket, here’s what I’d like to discover… Read more »

Life at UCLA Billy Martin Tennis Camps is Filled with Fun

Each summer hundreds of kids gather at the UCLA Tennis Center for one very important purpose: to have a blast at the UCLA Billy Martin Tennis Camps. The participants range… Read more »

Hina Inoue

Random Bytes July 2016

Inoue, DeFalco & Soliman Arlington Success The National Girls’ 14 Selection Tournament took place, on Memorial Day weekend, at the Arlington Tennis Center, in Arlington, Texas. Hina Inoue was a… Read more »

San Diego’s Sah and Zhao Capture SCTA Junior Sectional 18s Titles

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. – Just moments after 16-year-old Timothy Sah completed his goal of winning the 114th Annual SCTA Junior Sectionals in the Boys’ 18s singles division, his mind quickly… Read more »

Emma Higuchi Upsets Claire Liu at ASICS Easter Bowl

On an exciting day of ASICS Easter Bowl action which saw the boys’ and the girls’ 14s and 12s singles titles contested, the defending champion in the girls’ ITF singles… Read more »

Top Seeds Move On At Carson ISC

Usue Arconada has a clear goal to finish this year as the No. 1-ranked junior tennis player in the world. If she keeps playing like she has the first three… Read more »

Don Brosseau

Teaching Pro Spotlight – Don Brosseau It’s rare to find a tennis instructor who still teaches on the same exact courts where he learned to play the game as a… Read more »