The tennis industry faces a very serious structural problem. For years the average age of tennis coaches has been steadily increasing. The industry has not been able to fill the metaphorical bucket with new blood. As a result the faces that represent tennis increasingly give the
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
“USTA Tennis On Campus (TOC) is designed to provide college students with a host of opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking and unrivaled competition through tennis—without the demands of a varsity program. The fun co-ed format is designed to accommodate all levels of play, and
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!
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
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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
GET INSPIRED TO PLAY TENNIS! Watch these former tennis champions talk about their tennis family: Mary Jo Fernandez Gigi Fernandez Find yourself (and your family members) in the game: Katrina Adams, USTA President Contact your AREA Tennis Service Representative (TSR) for more information.
Here are the 5 best tips for new Adult League captains from past USTA Captain of the Year, Kathryn Kerby. 1. Choose the right Co-Captain: “One that has the availability to support you with different aspects in running a team such as organizing team practice,
I love greeting new populations because it allows me the opportunity to describe USTA NorCal’s philosophy of helping to support, promote and develop the game of “Tennis, a Sport of a Lifetime”.