USTA Offers Multicultural Grants and Financial Assistance for Juniors in 2018

The USTA is offering many financial assistance opportunities to assist players of minority and multicultural backgrounds next year. They will be in the form of Individual Player Grants, Excellence Player Grant and Essay Grants. All applications are available online.  If … Read More

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The PTR Offers Coaching Education Opportunities in Southern California

Registration is open for Professional Tennis Registry workshops in Southern California for coaches who wish to progress in coaching education. On December 16 & 17, a 10 & Under Certification will be held at the Marguerite Tennis Pavilion in Mission Viejo. … Read More

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Wilson Fast4 1-Day Tournaments Come To Beach Cities

Fast4 is an exciting new ONE DAY Round Robin format vs. the traditional Single Elimination format. All Matches in the Fast4 format will count toward SCTA Ranking and Grand Prix Points. SINGLES/DOUBLES Mens/Women/Mixed Divisions. The shortened format offers a “fast” alternative … Read More

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Tennis and the Color Green Are a Great Fit for St. Patrick’s Day

What would St. Patrick’s Day be without wearing green, thinking about shamrocks, four leaf clovers and all that goes with the holiday? Better yet, how does playing sports such as tennis, baseball, track, soccer and more fit into the “Wearing … Read More

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Mustangs Win Second Straight TOC Title

The Cal Poly San Luis Obispo club tennis team earned its second Southern California Tennis On Campus Championship this month. The team beat out UCLA in a rematch of the 2016 final. The Mustangs breezed through pool play on day one … Read More

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So Cal Junior Tennis Adopts New Seeding Methods for 2017

The times they are a changin’ in junior tennis seeding for Southern California. With advent of growing resources, the SCTA will be using many factors to determine seeding in Junior Open Tournaments Levels 1 to 4 starting January 2017. This … Read More

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USPTA Offers New Membership for High School Coaches

The USPTA now offers a new category of membership for high school coaches. School athletic directors are encouraged to sign up their schools, and all tennis coaches at a school will have access to the benefits. This is an annual … Read More

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Host Sip ‘N Serve in 2017

The SCTA is extending an invitation all Southern California’s enterprising teaching pros. We are making a big push to bulk up our young adult programming in 2017 and we want new coaches to get involved. Sip ‘N Serve is a high-energy tennis clinic for … Read More

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SCTA Announces League Championship Restructure

After much evaluation and discussion, the SCTA Adult Department and Management will implement the following championship restructure for Southern California USTA and SCTA leagues starting in 2017. WHAT: The Sectional Championship will have four spots at each NTRP level and gender.  … Read More

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TREVOR W. KRONEMANN NEW DIRECTOR OF JUNIOR TENNIS

TREVOR W. KRONEMANN NEW DIRECTOR OF JUNIOR TENNIS The Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA) is pleased to name Trevor W. Kronemann to be the SCTA Director of Junior Tennis.  He will begin his duties in the SCTA office at the … Read More

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SoCal Gears Up for North/South Wheelchair Team Challenge

USTA Southern California is currently accepting applications for the annual North South Wheelchair Team Challenge, which will take place October 24-25 at Sunnyside Health and Tennis Club in Fresno, California. Now in its fifth year, the event offers a unique … Read More

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Sip ‘N Serve Series Swings Into Fall Season

After a summer full of series across Southern California, Sip ‘N Serve is back with four programs already on the fall schedule.  The Sip ‘N Serve Series is USTA Southern California’s (SCTA) take on a nationwide initiative to engage young adults … Read More

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