USTA SOCAL TENNIS

WHEELCHAIR PROGRAMS

USTA SoCal All Comers Camp

May 21-23
Dignity Health Sports Complex
18400 S. Avalon Blvd. Carson CA 90746

All Comers Camps are immersive three-day tennis camps for wheelchair tennis players. Players of all skill levels, from juniors to professional, are welcomed. The camp focuses on sharpening the technical skills of the players through on-court instruction and play. USPTA certified wheelchair tennis pros will be on hand to help you develop your game.

USTA SoCal’s All Comers Camp is free of charge. All interested players must submit an application by May 14th to be considered for the camp. A USTA SoCal wheelchair selection committee will accept players based on need, experience, and other factors. The number of participants is limited.  Any player who applies after the participant maximum has been reached will be placed on a waiting list.

Day 1
9am-12pm: Drills & Instructions
12-1pm: Lunch
1pm-4pm: Fun point play

Day 2
9am-12pm: Drills & Instructions
12-1pm: Lunch
1pm-4pm: Socially competitive match play

Day 3
9am-12pm: Drills & Games
12: Farewell ceremony

Contact Madeline Segura for more information
segura@scta.usta.com/310-208-3668

USTA SoCal All Comers Camp

May 21-21
Dignity Health Sports Complex
18400 S. Avalon Blvd. Carson CA 90746

All Comers Camps are immersive three-day tennis camps for wheelchair tennis players. Players of all skill levels, from juniors to professional, are welcomed. The camp focuses on sharpening the technical skills of the players through on-court instruction and play. We will have USPTA certified wheelchair tennis pros to help you develop your game.

USTA SoCal’s All Comers Camp is free of charge. All interested players must submit an application by May 14th to be considered for the camp. A USTA SoCal wheelchair selection committee will accept players based on need, experience, and other factors. The number of participants is limited.  Any player who applies after the participant maximum has been reached will be placed on a waiting list.

Day 1
9am-12pm: Drills & Instructions
12-1pm: Lunch
1pm-4pm: Fun point play

Day 3
9am-12pm: Drills & Games
12: Farewell ceremony

Day 2
9am-12pm: Drills & Instructions
12-1pm: Lunch
1pm-4pm: Socially competitive match play

Contact Madeleine Segura for more information
segura@scta.usta.com/310-208-3668

LA MIRADA


La Mirada Community Tennis Association – Biola University (Entrance #5)
Contact: Dee Henry
13800 Biola Avenue, La Mirada
562.822.8597
dee.henry@biola.edu

NORTHRIDGE


The Northridge Hospital, Northridge Park & Aquatic Center
10058 Reseda Boulevard, Northridge
Contact: Mike Garafola
mgarafola@recreation.ucla.edu

PALM DESERT


Desert Ability Center, JW Marriott Desert Springs
Contact: Judy May | 760-674-7073
jmay@daccv.org

PASADENA


Rose Bowl Tennis
360 N. Arroyo Boulevard, Pasadena
Contact: Cy Estabrook
cywarren0514@gmail.com

WOODLAND HILLS


West Coast Wheelchair Tennis Association
Warner Tennis Center, Woodland Hills
Contact: Jerry Russell
www.WCWTA.org

SAN DIEGO


Wheelchair Tennis San Diego
Adaptive Sports & Rec Association
Contact: Jeffrey Lee
jeffrey.lee@rollingtennis.com

MISSION VIEJO


Marguerite Tennis Pavilion
27475 Casta del Sol, Mission Viejo
Contact: Dave Borelli
(949) 470-8429
dborelli@cityofmissionviejo.org

PALM DESERT


2 Bounce Tennis
Contact: Todd Hanover
760-333-1638
todd@2bouncetennis.org