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Playing Season Changed for Mixed 40 & Over and Adult 55 & Over

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ALERT: Playing season has been changed for Mixed 40 & Over and Adult 55 & Over! If you play Mixed 40 & Over or Adult 55 & Over please take note: Mixed 40 & Over will no longer compete in the summer but will begin the new season THIS winter. Registration opens November 17, 2014. The Adult 55 & Over season will move to summer in 2015 so teams won't need to register until April. Read More
 
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Results: 76 Record(s) Found.

New National Junior Tournament at Stanford attracts Top US Juniors

Sara Choy 3rd Place
The Eve Zimmerman USTA National Tournament at Stanford University, Sept 12-14, 2014, finished last weekend at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. This new event for boys and girls 12’s and 14’s singles drew the top ranked players nationally from 14 states as well as Canada, PR and England. The boys 12s was particularly strong featuring 14 of the top 30 players in the nation. Over 230 players entered, hoping to be selected into one of the four draws of 16 players. Read More
 

Adult League Awards

2014 ACES Awards
The Adult League Awards awards are given in recognition of and appreciation for those individuals and organizations who contribute their time and energy to growth and success of the Adult League program.​ Read More
 

American Indian Heritage Celebration

American Indian Heritage
The 7th AIHC was held 9/13/14 at the Santa Clara Co Fairgrounds after a 2 year hiatus. Over 2500 people attended the Celebration, easily doubling the estimate the AIHC Planning Committee originally thought would attend. In fact, this was the largest AIHC crowd ever and easily the largest gathering of American Indians in the South Bay I have witnessed. Read More
 

NorCal Junior Riffice To Compete in Napa Valley Tennis Classic

Sam Riffice
Eight select juniors from across the country — including Sam Riffice of Roseville — will compete against top collegians for a USTA Pro Circuit wild card at the 2014 Porsche Napa Valley Tennis Classic September 19-21 at Meadowood Napa Valley in St. Helena, California. This year’s collegiate competition will include players from No. 7 ranked North Carolina, No. 8 ranked Texas, No. 16 Cal Berkeley, No. 28 Harvard, No. 32 Stanford and No. 36 ranked Tulsa. Read More
 

2014 Diversity Spotlight: Hispanic Heritage Month

Bryant Manjivar
National Hispanic Heritage Month was created via presidential proclamation in order to recognize and explore the achievements of a people that have contributed so much to American culture. Its national observance was authorized by Public Law 100-402 which states: The President is hereby authorized and requested to issue annually a proclamation designating the 31-day period beginning September 15 and ending on October 15 as "National Hispanic Heritage Month" and calling upon the people... Read More
 

2014 Board of Directors Election


The Annual Meeting of USTA Northern California will take place on Saturday, November 8, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. at the USTA Northern California office, 1920 North Loop Road, Alameda, CA. Read More
 

Brilliant Bellis Takes Center Stage at US Open; Gordon and Riffice to Compete in the US Open Juniors

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When 15-year-old American Catherine Bellis, better known as CiCi, went out to Court 6 for her match against No. 12 seed Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia, she said she just wanted to just go out and enjoy the experience. S Read More
 

2014 Multicultural Summer Tennis Camp

Multicultural Tennis Camp
The USTA NorCal Diversity and Inclusion Committee sponsored a residential tennis training camp specifically for intermediate level kids, ages 11-17, of ethnically diverse backgrounds. Held on the campus of San Jose State University, July 10-13, 2014. USTA NorCal coaches provided kids with stroke analysis, instruction and match play as well as sessions regarding tennis etiquette, goal setting, nutrition and much more! Read More
 

2014 Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon Draws Largest Attendance To Date

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It was a beautiful sunny day on Thursday, July 31, when five Northern Californians were inducted into the Hall of Fame at an invitation-only brunch. This year was especially unique as the event was filled to the rafters with well-wishers, exceeding attendance of any Hall of Fame event in its history.​ Read More
 
Results: 76 Record(s) Found.
 
 
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