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Mother/Father/Daughter/Son National Hardcourts come to SoCal


USTA National tournaments return to Southern California in May and June with hardcourt tournaments in San Diego and Claremont.

Make it a family affair with open, Father/Son, Mother/Daughter, Father/Daughter, and Mother/Son doubles competition in various levels of play. Pick the one that suits you and register now for an upcoming event!

USTA National Open Hard Court Championships click here.

USTA National Father/Son & Mother/Daughter Hard Court Championships click here.

Cor & Co. USTA National Father/Daughter & Mother/Son Hard Court Championships click here.



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