Tag Archives: Southern California


Teaching Pro Spotlight: Steve Beckendorf

Minnesotan Steve Beckendorf spent nearly 20 years in Southern California in the insurance business before he realized it was time to get back to his “roots.” Beckendorf is currently the… Read more »


Beyond the Score: Tips to Staying Cool On Those Hot Days

By Lisa Thomas Last week Southern California felt more like summer than early fall thanks to Santa Ana winds and triple-digit temperatures. And for those of us on the tennis… Read more »


2016 Adult 55 & Over Sectionals Winners And Finalists

Congratulations to the teams that made it to the Finals of the Adult 55 & Over Sectionals and to the winners that will be advancing to the Nationals in Surprise,… Read more »


iTennis Arroyo Seco Racquet Club – Fundraiser for Baton Rouge Teachers


Redfoo to Play in Claremont Club Pro Circuit Event On Tuesday

CLAREMONT, Calif., (Sept. 12, 2016) – The Claremont USTA Pro Classic will celebrate its 21st year, and once again will feature some of the rising stars in pro tennis. The… Read more »


September Issue Of 2016 Senior News Is Available

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Community Development Workshop October 2016

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San Diego Tennis Hall Of Fame 2016

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OC Breakers Preparing For WTT Final Match Aug. 26

It’s been quite a memorable return to Southern California for the Orange County Breakers as the recently concluded Mylan World TeamTennis regular season was full of highlights led by the… Read more »

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Mary Pat Faley Named Director of Tennis at Riviera CC

One of the long-tenured teaching pros at the same Southern California club — and one of the most popular — has accepted a new job at one of area’s top top… Read more »

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Results From 2016 Adult 40 & Over Tennis Playoffs July 29-31

Congratulations To The Adult 40 & Over Area Playoff Winners Who Earned A Spot At Sectionals On Aug 26-28 In Fountain Valley      

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TEAM – “Together Everyone Achieves More”

The month of July gave Southern California juniors a chance to play on TEAMs in Alabama, Arizona, California Illinois, Louisiana and Utah. The events, which offer participants maximum competitive experiences,… Read more »


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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Three Southern California Players Make Finals At Clay Court Nationals

The Canetes from Venice were big winners at the recent USTA Girls’ 14s National Clay Court Championships as Christine Canete captured a gold ball with her finals win in singles in… 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 »

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Wimbledon – Everything’s Up With Boserup

Tennis is a “Seem to…” sport particularly when it comes to juniors from Southern California. The section is the home of battalions of players who “Seem to” have potential as… Read more »


Competitors Enjoying Adult League Tennis

The 2016 Adult League season is underway across Southern California. The various competitive levels being offered include USTA Mixed 40 & Over, Adult 18, 40, 55, 65 & Over, and… Read more »

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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 »

Senior News June Issue Is Available


California Sun and Skin Cancer

I remember very well being a school girl in Australia putting on my hat each day as a part of our mandatory school uniform.  We all knew the trouble we… Read more »