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WEEKEND WRAP: Bonjour! TeamSoCal heads to Paris

There’s no better time than the present to love competitive tennis in Southern California. Our favorite hometown pros are doing business in France at Roland Garros, while SoCal futures are… Read more »

WEEKEND WRAP: Johnson repeats, UCLA excels, and SoCal earns the Maze Cup

There’s so much on the docket for this week’s #WEEKENDWRAP, we suggest you sit back with a warm cappuccino and relive the pro, collegiate, and junior achievements in #SoCalTennis over… Read more »

INDIAN WELLS: “Neto” nets a big win; Coco Advances to Round Two

  As things heat up in the desert, Southern Californians are taking center stage, including an impressive upset on the men’s side and a strong performance in the women’s draw…. Read more »

Kramer court honor

Tennis Hall of Fame Tennis Courts Dedicated in Honor of Kramer & Others

Tennis Hall of Fame Tennis Courts Dedicated in Honor of Jack Kramer, Billie Jean King, Tony Trabert, Mark McCormack, ATP, WTA, and WCT The Jack Kramer Court honors a man… Read more »

Fed Cup – The World Cup of Tennis

US To Face Australia In The Fed Cup By BNP Paribas World Group Playoffs

Madison Keys, Coco Vandeweghe, Christina Mchale, And Bethanie Mattek-Sands To Face Australia In The Fed Cup By BNP Paribas World Group Playoffs In Brisbane, Australia, April 16-17 The United States to… Read more »


USTA International Spring Championships To Showcase Some of World’s Top Juniors In Carson

Defending champion William Blumberg and 15-year-old Southern California resident Claire Liu are among the favorites to win the 12th annual USTA International Spring Championships starting this weekend at StubHub Center,… Read more »

Jean Nachand Photo WTA

BNP Paribas Open – Staying With Tennis – Jean Nachand Found The Way

It may be hard to verbalize, but for some, tennis can provide what can be a life-changing quandary. Trying to find a way to stay in the sport after having… Read more »

Tracy Austin Holt and Pam Austin with Anita May Rosenstein and Kathy May Fritz. Photo WTA

BNP Paribas Open – WTA Reunion To Remember

Reunions are often a mixed bag of emotions. Families often have those uncles or aunts that may be the life of the party to some, but an embarrassment to others…. Read more »