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#TEAMSOCAL STAR IS SET FOR PRINCETON

Tsehay Driscoll, ranked for years among Southern California’s most promising young athletes, is on the verge of her collegiate career after committing to Princeton University. As an African-American female athlete, she has thrived while admiring some of the world’s top players and this next step may well place Driscoll on a path to becoming a role model herself.

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY 2023 – SOCAL JUNIORS ARE COLLEGE-BOUND!

After months of vetting, touring, recruiting, and contemplating, it’s time for many #TeamSoCal student-athletes to determine where they will be headed this fall to begin their college careers.

CLAREMONT COLLEGES LOOK TO GROW ACEING AUTISM PROGRAM

ACEing Autism spans the country, giving children with autism the opportunity to grow, develop, and benefit from social connections and fitness through affordable tennis programming.

TENNIS POPULARITY CONTINUED TO SURGE THROUGHOUT 2022

In 2022, tennis participation increased for the third consecutive year in the US. Participation grew by one million players last year with more than 23.6 million people playing the sport.

FRANK GIAMPAOLO RELEASES NEW BOOK AIMED AT TENNIS PARENTS

After success in publishing his first book and positive feedback from the tennis community, Frank Giampaolo is back with his new book, “The Psychology of Tennis Parenting.”

USTA COLLEGE PROFILE: THIS IS… CORONADO’S RYAN SEGGERMAN

An Ivy League graduate from Princeton currently pursuing an MBA at North Carolina, Ryan Seggerman has made the most of his collegiate career both on and off the court.

MATER DEI GIRLS’ TENNIS WINS FIRST CIF STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Led by first-year head coach Debbie Shaffer, the Mater Dei High School girls’ tennis team capped a historic season with their program’s first ever CIF State Championship.

USTA SOCAL ADULT PROFILE: THIS IS… ANAHEIM’S JAYCEE ESTEFANI

Through it all Jaycee Estefani demonstrates how tennis can be an outlet for players at all stages of the game, to both have fun and express their competitive spirit in a lifelong sport.

ARTHUR FERY, JAMIE LOEB TAKE SOCAL PRO SERIES TITLES IN MALIBU

Great Britian’s Arthur Fery outlasted SoCal’s Alex Michelsen in the men’s final, while Jamie Loeb of the United States beat Mexico’s top-ranked player Renata Zarazua in the women’s final.

WORLD TENNIS NUMBER BECOMES OFFICIAL RATING FOR COLLEGE TENNIS

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association has announced that the ITF World Tennis Number (WTN) is now the exclusive official rating of the ITA and collegiate tennis. 

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WELCOME TO USTA SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.

WELCOME TO USTA
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.

Southern California has always been synonymous with tennis. We produce champions, make headlines, fill courts and bond communities. Tennis is a game for all in Southern California. Professional players train here year-round with access to world-class coaches. Adults play in leagues and tournaments that combine competition and community. Juniors have access to a pathway of tournaments that can prepare them for innumerable college programs. And, children are exposed to the compelling nature of the sport through city parks, schools and tennis clubs.

USTA Southern California serves all of these diverse constituencies by providing resources and programming, supporting our players, and celebrating the tennis lifestyle that is uniquely part of SoCal culture.

Southern California has always been synonymous with tennis. We produce champions, make headlines, fill courts and bond communities. Tennis is a game for all in SoCal. Professional players train here year-round with access to world-class coaches. Adults play in leagues and tournaments that combine competition and community. Juniors have access to a pathway of tournaments that can prepare them for innumerable college programs. And, children are exposed to the compelling nature of the sport through city parks, schools and tennis clubs.

USTA Southern California serves all of these diverse constituencies by providing resources and programming, supporting our players, and celebrating the tennis lifestyle that is uniquely part of SoCal culture.

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