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UCLA Bruins Crowned 2019 Tennis On Campus National Champions

  It was 2011 when the UCLA tennis club was last in the Tennis On Campus National Championship final. They won it that year over Florida. Since then, the team has struggled to get back to the final. They have found themselves in plenty of semifinal matches and have had plenty of opportunities, but always […]

First FLEXit Tournament begins April 8, spots limited!

  This spring, USTA Southern California launches our first FLEXit Tournament! It’s a tennis tournament on YOUR time. We’ll put the draws together, and you’ll contact your opponent to arrange the match time and location. You’ll have a week to do it – after work, before church, while the kids are in school – whenever […]

USTA Southern California Joins World Class Partners to Launch Landmark Sports and Academic Complex Planned for L.A.

Some of the nation’s leading names in athletics and education are teaming up to be part of the world-class Carol Kimmelman Athletic and Academic Campus – envisioned as one of the largest and most extraordinary community-serving sports and education centers in America. Spearheaded by the Kimmelman Family Foundation, the state-of-the-art Kimmelman Campus is expected to […]

US OPEN: Official SoCal Grand Slam Preview

With the qualifier nearing its conclusion and main draws announced yesterday, it’s time to get down to business at #USOpen50. Some intriguing match-ups await #TeamSoCal next week, with Rafael Nadal and Simona Halep – the defending champions – poised at the top of the ladder again this year.     Steve Johnson (Redondo Beach) has […]

TGA Tennis: Net Generation Goes to Camp Harmony!

School may be back in session, but not before a memorable week in late August at Camp Harmony in Malibu for 200 homeless students ages 5-8. Each summer, Camp Harmony is facilitated by the Los Angeles based organization, United in Harmony. The organization is committed to providing hope and opportunities to homeless and impoverished kids […]

The 116th SCTA Junior Sectionals – Results

The 116th Annual SCTA Junior Sectionals concluded in Fountain Valley on Monday, featuring some dominant performances and a few see-saw battles that exemplify the quality of junior tennis in Southern California. Taylor Johnson, the top seed in Girls 18s, will head to UCLA this fall with her final junior championship after toppling (5) Kimberly Hance […]

Thursday’s Latest from Junior Sectionals

The latest from SCTA’s Junior Sectionals, held this week in Orange County: As early rounds kick off at Los Caballeros Racquet & Sports Club and surrounding locations, seeded players were dominant following a day of lopsided play, yet there were a few surprises in early round action. In Girls 18s, Michele Deng (Temple City) scored […]

‘THE PROCESS’: Perspectives on Recruitment and the College Tennis Experience

Considered by many as the nation’s top collegiate recruit, Brandon Nakashima has other things on his mind as he hoists the winning trophy at this year’s USTA International Spring Championships in Carson. While reporters want to know about his dominant performance, his competitive outlook, and what’s next on his tennis schedule, Nakashima is preparing to […]

A-MAZE-ing! At long last, SoCal juniors wrestle Cup from NorCal

The last time Team SoCal won the Maze Cup – a longstanding team competition between Northern and Southern California – the roster included names like Brandon Holt and Jada Hart. While those players moved on to become collegiate stars as USC and UCLA respectively, the Maze Cup has eluded SoCal ever since. But this year’s […]

WEEKEND WRAP: Pros collect hardware while locals head to Ojai

Two big pro titles for #TeamUSA and #USTennis this past weekend as some of #SoCalTennis top ranked stars notched impressive wins overseas. Let’s recap in our #WeekendWrap! The US #FedCup team advanced to the finals with a 3-2 win over France, and will face Czech Republic in November’s finale. Rancho Santa Fe’s Coco Vandeweghe fell […]

How to Win a Tennis Tournament

How to Win a Tennis Tournament Many junior and adult tennis players have trouble with success during tournaments. No matter what your age or ability is, this article has advice on playing matches and making the transition from practice courts to winning trophies. Tennis is also considered as the game of minds. To win a tournament you need the mentality as well as the physicality.

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Outdoor Tennis Tournaments

Outdoor Tennis Tournaments If you're playing outdoor summer tournaments, be prepared for the weather! Never underestimate heat because it can easily cost you a match. Fight the heat by drinking at every changeover and when you're at home before and after a match. Use sunscreen as well.

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Play a Tennis Tiebreaker

Play a Tennis Tiebreaker A tennis tie-breaker is an intense, and often used, game in a set. It is used when the players are tied at 6-6 in a set, to determine the winner of the set. Whether you're learning to play tennis, or you're a spectator, it is important to understand the rules behind this exciting part of the game.

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