We’ve had an increase of Green Ball Tournaments in the South Bay due to some new site directors. Despite the weather challenges (RAIN), we hope to offer more player more opportunities to compete and learn. We expect a few more Orange Tournaments later this year
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
Several lucky players participated in a fun day of clinics and points play with Washington Kastles Coach and French Open Doubles Tennis Champion Murphy Jensen.
Thanks to Bay Club Santa Clara & Almaden Valley Athletic Club (AVAC) for hosting a fun day for women daytime players. We hope to continue with more events in other facilities later this year. Find Upcoming Try Team Tennis Events
So much excitement on the courts as over 100 players and parents participated in the Campus Kids Day. After the on-court activities, prizes, and pizza, many stayed on to cheer on the college players in a close match between the Stanford Cardinals the the Cal
Santa Clara University hosted a Campus Kids Day for area youth. They were introduced to the team, enjoyed fun activities on court, learned how to cheer and juggle, and even watched a match against the Portland Pilots. It was a fun day for all!
Area youth are learning more about match play by attending local Tennis Play Days. We appreciate the efforts of Bay Club Santa Clara, the Harker School (San Jose), and the Airport Club (Santa Rosa ) for hosting events to encourage more play. Thank you to the
A USTA League captain, Bhuller captains teams out of the Central Valley area and has worked to bring League play to the community by starting teams at the InShape Tracy facility. Q. How did you get involved in USTA NorCal? A. I was born and raised in
A welcome break from El Nino gave these 10U players a chance to test their skills with other players. A big thank you to Coach Matt McGee and the parent volunteers that helped to dry up the Harker School courts and monitor the point play.
When the Lessler brothers started playing tennis as children at the Linda Beach Tennis Park in Oakland, they were each other’s opponents on the courts. Now, that brotherly competition will be on full display as three Lessler brothers will be playing on different teams in