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2016 Junior Sectional Championships Review

The Southern California Tennis Association always sends a survey to tournament participants after an event is completed in order to gather necessary feedback. I would like to respond to some… Read more »

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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 »


What Is The Code?

And Why Is It So Important To Tennis? Rallying With The Executive Director The Code should not to be confused with the “code” from the recent Pirates of the Caribbean… Read more »

Allison Goldman Tennis Article- TennisPro Magazine 2015

10 And Under Tennis In A Courtship With Parents & Coaches

Download and read the 10 And Under Tennis In A Courtship With Parents & Coaches article by Allison Goldman

Philip Siordia with Nancy Abrams and Aisling Bowyer, who are USPTA professionals as well as SCTA staff members

Siordia Honored By USPTA California Division

Philip Siordia received the USPTA California Division Diversity Award during the organization’s California Convention held at the SeaCliff Country Club in Huntington Beach. USPTA California Division President, Cari Buck said,… Read more »


Making Tennis Tournaments Lifestyle Relevant in SoCal

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2016 SCTA CTA Partnership Grant

2016 Southern California Tennis Association CTA Partnership Grant The CTA Partnership Grant is offered each year to all registered CTAs in Southern California. The intention of this funding program is… Read more »


Les Petit As Tennis Championships 2016, Day 2

Day 2 at Les Petit As Tennis Championships in Tarbes, France went extremely well for the Americans . Stefan Leustian (Mather, CA) was the only player to compete in singles… Read more »


WATCH: Who Is The USTA And SCTA And What Do They Do?


Year In Review ­- The 2015 Scrapbook

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Smith Assumes D&I Responsibilities

In 1940, Edward Aswell published Thomas Wolfe’s novel, “You Can’t Go Home Again”, posthumously. Evan Smith, who was born and raised in Pasadena, not only has contradicted Wolfe’s mantra once,… Read more »


TGA Tennis Franchise Director Honored at National Summit

Nancy Abrams, director of the TGA Premier Youth Tennis program in the San Fernando Valley for the Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA), was recently honored at the TGA National Summit,… Read more »


Crabel Capital Men’s 60 Masters Invitational A Success

The inaugural Crabel Capital Men’s 60 Masters Invitational Championships was played on the unrivaled grass courts at Mission Hills Country Club. The best twelve singles players and the top eight… Read more »


What’s New In 2016 For SCTA Tennis?

Rallying With The Executive Director We will have an easy and better Route 66 tennis pipeline.  Consumer feedback has shown that a product will not be a success unless it… Read more »

Make A Difference – Volunteer In 2016

 Are you a player, parent, spectator or tennis enthusiast? Are you looking to find the camaraderie you enjoyed when you volunteered at events such as the Farmers Classic? During the… Read more »

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First 100 Days – The Director Of Junior Tennis’ Perspective

On November 1, 2015 I started a new pathway in my life, as the Director of Junior Tennis for the Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA). This new path has been… Read more »


Ann Ledebeff – ITA Meritorious Service Award Winner

Annual tennis conventions not only provide a gold mind of information for attendees, they regularly acknowledge individuals who have made telling differences. At the 2015 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Convention… Read more »


Notice of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Southern California Tennis Association

Download 2016 Annual Meeting notice and proxy.