UCLA’s Ponder Embracing New Role

As a walk-on and member of the UCLA men’s tennis team last year as a sophomore, Reid Ponder had achieved a lifelong dream of not only playing Division I college tennis, but playing for a perennially nationally ranked powerhouse like … Read More

USC Opens With Wins Down Under

Both the USC men’s and women’s teams were part of history recently by becoming the first college teams to play a dual match at a Grand Slam. The men earned a 4-0 victory over No. 25 South Carolina on the … Read More

Giron, Holt Capture Pro Singles Titles

It was a great week of winning pro tennis for a former Southern California college star from UCLA, and a current standout from USC. Thousand Oaks resident and former Bruin Marcos Giron won his first career ATP Challenger Tour title at … Read More

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Wentz’s Love of the Game Is Deep

Community Spotlight: Zack Wentz Following a devastating life-altering injury 10 years ago, it didn’t take long for Zack Wentz to return to the game he has loved his entire life. The 25-year-old downtown Los Angeles resident Wentz was injured as … Read More

USC Teams To Travel Down Under

Both the USC men’s and women’s tennis teams will begin the 2019 dual-match season thousands of miles from the familiar Marks Stadium Courts as the Trojans have been selected to play the University of South Carolina in exhibition and regular-season … Read More

Moranon Quietly Continuing To Coach

Teaching Pro Spotlight – Kal Moranon Kal Moranon has long been considered one of Southern California’s top tennis teachers. The quiet, unassuming 61-year-old Moranon can often be seen at tournaments in the shadows of his pupils, offering insightful advice when … Read More

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