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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 […]

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 the past week! Beginning with the pro ranks, Steve Johnson (Redondo Beach) defended his Houston crown on Sunday to notch his third career win on […]

SoCal Shines at TOC National Championship

Southern California schools were forces to be reckoned with at the 2018 Tennis On Campus National Championship in Orlando. USTA Southern California sent four teams to the event, each of them earning incredible wins during the tournament and making names for themselves at the national level. In the end, three Southern California teams finished in […]

CTC Program visits UCLA, meets top-ranked Bruins

Some of the most talented young tennis players in Southern California recently enjoyed a visit to Westwood and L.A. Tennis Center on the campus of UCLA, where they got a first-hand look at one of the finest college teams in the country. As part of the USTA Competition Training Center (CTC) program – an elite […]

WEEKEND WRAP: SoCal has impact in Davis Cup win

The top two #SoCal men on the ATP Tour were front and center in Nashville as the United States rolled through the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup, as Sam Querrey (Santa Monica) and Steve Johnson (Redondo Beach) rounded out the #TeamUSA squad that will now move to the semifinals for the first time in six […]

WEEKEND WRAP: Indian Wells and Beyond; Calabasas Up Next

While most tennis fans worldwide focused their attention on Indian Wells last weekend, there was plenty to appreciate from Canada to Greece to Japan, as SoCal players sought international titles abroad. Here at home, the mountainous environs of Indian Wells witnessed Sam Querrey’s chase for both singles and doubles crowns, the Bryan Brothers finale with […]

Ballkids Have Best Seat in the House

The best seat in the house at a professional tennis tournament is not found at center court loge, not in the luxury suites, or in the front row along the baseline. These are coveted positions, of course, but none compare to the experience of a ballkid, situated on court and mere steps away from the […]

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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