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Alameda/Contra Costa Try Team Tennis Summer Series

Created to provide more playing opportunities for tennis players, Try Team Tennis consists of teams made of three players (2.0+ players). The Summer 2017 Alameda/Contra Costa Try Team Tennis series kicked off at Blackhawk Country Club in Danville, CA, on June 23, from 12 p.m. until

Middle School Players Celebrate Their Love of Tennis

February was American Heart Month.  And tennis proved to be a great way to get active for many middle school students. Thanks to Bay Club Santa Clara for hosting a fun event that involved point play (doubles and singles) along with prizes, snacks, and a

One Day Tournament Fits In For Busy Schedules

Congratulations to Lifetime Tennis Sunnyvale for hosting a successful One Day Doubles Tournament. Players enjoyed multiple matches all in one day. Tournament Official Bonnie Middlebrook commented that the format “worked great, but some of the players thought it wasn’t enough (as they) just get warmed up

Orange & Red Balls for Players of All Ages

Coach John Fruttero and Matt McGee hosted two fun events on the Harker Middle School Courts. One event helped Orange Ball Players from as far as Antelope (Greater Sacramento Area) gain match experience and earn their Junior Development Pathway point. Volunteer parents filled in for

Pro Circuit in the NorCal Community

The USTA Pro Circuit brought seven competitive events to the NorCal area this season, with some of the best pro tennis in the nation. Not only that, but there were also tons of great community events, including pro-ams, charity events, luncheons, clinics, and kids days!

USTA Pro Challenger Comes back to Solano County

In-Shape Fairfield Rancho Solano, Solano County’s premier fitness and tennis facility with programs managed by Cliff Drysdale Tennis, will host the Men’s $50,000 USTA Challenger Professional Tournament this coming week, October 12th-18th. The tournament, which is part of the USTA Pro Circuit and ATP Challenger

3 Most Common Misconceptions About Tennis From New Players

As a USTA community representative my mission is to grow the game. As you can imagine much of my time is spent speaking to new and prospective players. Here are the 3 most common misconceptions about tennis that I hear as reasons not to pick up the

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