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Ralph Westcott Family of the Year Award Opens July 14, 2016

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This award was initiated in1965 by Martin L. Tressel, President of the USTA in 1965-66, to emphasize the theme that "Tennis Is a Family Game." The award is made annually to the family who in recent years has done the most to promote amateur tennis, primarily on a volunteer basis. All members of the family should participate in some way, either as players or by offering their services in running programs or tournaments or in junior development activities. Read More
 
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US OPEN NATIONAL PLAYOFFS - NorCal Champions

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Two of the most entertaining players in all of tennis lead the list of eight players who advanced from the US Open Northern California Sectional Qualifying Tournament, held at the Chamisal Tennis and Fitness Club in Salinas, Calif., June 22-26. Read More
 

Local Roundup: Ex-Stanford star to play Challenger

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Nicole Gibbs, the world’s 76th-ranked player, will compete in the $50,000 USTA Stockton Challenger, scheduled for July 10-17 at the Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center on the University of the Pacific campus.​ Read More
 

Multicultural Tennis Camp: Mills College

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Held at Mills College, June 23-26, 2016 USTA NorCal’s Diversity & Inclusion committee sponsored yet another stellar camp. Geared toward intermediate level players, the overnight residential camp featured daily tennis instruction; match play with experienced tennis professionals; the latest in fitness and nutrition; college preparatory information; play analysis to improve strokes and techniques, tennis industry careers and life skills. Read More
 

2016 Diversity Spotlight - Asian American Heritage Month: Taylor Chan

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When I started playing tennis seriously, I had to overcome adversity at the clubs I went to. I was the only Asian girl and as a newer player to the club, I was not as skilled as the other girls. At these tennis clubs, you have to earn respect. The girls there would not want to play or even talk to you if you were not good enough. This wasn’t too hard for me to deal with, since back then I was a loner. I wasn’t very outgoing and had no self-confidence. But, like Michael Chang said: “You know... Read More
 

United States Gay Open 2016

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It’s time for USGO! The 36th Annual United States Gay Open is the premier LGBT tennis tournament in the country, and it’s happening Memorial Day weekend in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Read More
 

NorCal's Berg & Cline Qualify for WTA Volvo Car Open

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Sophomore Hadley Berg and freshman Paige Cline of the South Carolina women's tennis team won the doubles draw at the SHAPE Magazine Invitational in Charleston, S.C., on Thursday, qualifying them for participation in the WTA's prestigious Volvo Car Open. The Gamecock tandem defeated the team of Lauren Herring, a professional who played at No. 1 singles for Georgia last year, and Gamecock juniorCaroline Dailey, 7-5, 5-7, 10-3. Read More
 

Post-Graduate Fellowship Program in Professional Coaching

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USTA Player Development (USTAPD) is pleased to announce an opportunity for recent college graduates to focus on professional development through a Fellowship in Professional Coaching. USTAPD will select two - four fellows who will train to be among the next generation of leaders in tennis coaching and related fields through an integrative approach that focuses on the philosophy and framework of high performance coaching. The Fellowship builds on PD’s strength and experience to educate a new ge Read More
 

2015 USTA NorCal Seniors, Open & Family Awards Luncheon

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Congratulations to all of the 2015 Senior, Open, and Family Players of the Year recipients! They along with the Pete Sharkey recipients were honored at the USTA NorCal Senior, Open and Family Awards Luncheon held Sunday, February 21, 2016 at the El Rancho Inn, Millbrae, CA. Read More
 

Women's History Month 2016

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Women’s History Month, now celebrated annually in the United States, grew out of a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture, history and society organized by the school district of Sonoma, California, in 1979. The idea quickly caught on within communities, schools and organizations across the country. In 1981, the U.S. Congress made it official, passing a resolution establishing Women’s History Week. Six years later, the event was expanded into the entire month of March. Read More
 
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