Tag Archives: youth tennis
Don James, National Manager of Wheelchair Tennis, USTA, talks about how he started with wheelchair tennis and his experiences since then.
Hurricane Remains Undefeated, Logie and McKinney Lead Individual Standings Team Hurricane remained undefeated after week #3 by defeating Pure Aero 4-2. Joey Root led his team in both singles and… Read more »
Want your kid to become a tennis player? Prepare to spend big. If it wasn’t for a Romanian shipping tycoon, Simona Halep may never have become one of the world’s… Read more »
Arlene Barco, who was funny, occasionally brash, but forever a caring individual, passed away on Monday morning May 23rd. Rightfully referred to as the “godmother” of LA84 Foundation/NJTL, she was… Read more »
This year changes have been made to Southern California Tennis Association’s junior competition seeding for tournaments. The Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) system utilizes match data and not rounds achieved –… Read more »
Rallying With The Executive Director What’s the purpose of USTA Southern California’s (SCTA) school program? The school is the most logical place to engage Southern Californians in tennis because we… Read more »
TO: USTA Individual and Organization Members in San Diego All Tennis Players and Facility Managers in San Diego County FROM: The Southern California Tennis Association In 1973, the Southern California Tennis… Read more »