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It’s never been easier to get your kids active and having fun with tennis.
With equipment sized right
for age and skill level, and programs for kids throughout Southern California, tennis
College Knowledge: a low down on college tennis.
November 6 from 2-4 in the afternoon.
Free for players, coaches and families. We look forward to seeing you!
Click on FUNDRAISE above for the full story and details for this great cause!
And, you may win an autographed Roger Federer racket!
We hope everyone enjoyed the 2016 US Open!
The USTA Player Development team is hosting quarterly
TEAM USA online forums answering your questions and
reviewing all the latest updates.
Download the PDF from the Standings & Rankings page!
The SCTA calculates its standings/rankings by using Points Per Round Ranking system.
O.G. Tennis follows the same logic as other youth sports like baseball or soccer, which use kid-sized equipment.
Junior Team Tennis
Get the unique joys that come from being part of a team while playing a singularly great sport. You don't have to belong to a club. Find a team in your local area.
See what is happening in High School and College tennis!
General Information about the USTA, rules, etc.
What tournament is next? Find your tournament resources here.
What is sportsmanship? Winners of sportsmanship awards.
Find your sectional standing, national ranking and UTR Rating here.
Can't find what you are looking for?
Call Headquarters and ask for a member of the Junior/Youth Team.
THE USTA (NATIONAL)
The USTA is the national governing body for tennis in the United States. A not-for-profit organization with more than 700,000 members, it invests 100% of its proceeds to promote and develop the growth of tennis.
SCTA (SO CAL)
So Cal USTA is 1 of 17 sections across the US. There are two groups making important decisions for our section- the So Cal Staff (employed by the USTA) and the So Cal Junior Competition Committee which is made up of voluteers- parents, tournament directors, officials and other interested parties.
So Cal Junior Comp Committee Members
So Cal USTA Staff
When players, and/or their parents display unsportsmanlike conduct the player may receive a suspension point(s). These points can add up to the deduction of playing opportunities.
List of Suspended Participants
FIND AN EVENT- YOUTH TENNIS
Special events are hosted at local parks, schools, youth centers and tennis facilities.
*Skill Level - All ages and levels are welcome.
Kids are introduced to competition in a low-pressure setting where the emphasis is on fun. Kids play quick matches with players of similar age and skill.
*Skill Level - Minimal experience required through players learning to compete.
Serve, rally and keep score while playing on a team with friends.
*Skill Level - Learning to compete through advanced players.
There are tournaments for all levels of play.
*Skill Level - Entry level through competitive players.
SCTA/TGA PREMIER YOUTH TENNIS
Information coming soon.
JUNIOR COMP COMMITTEE
SEEDING ANNOUNCEMENT 2/2016
Read the announcement here.
Click on the tabs below for quick reference on how to find match times, when to check-in and what to do if you have an on court issue or want to report great sportsmanship!
BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT
Times & Location
Please refer to the tournament website to confirm the location and time of your first match. Match Times will be posted 3 days in advance, so check the website well in advance before the day of the tournament.
Double check the website the day before the event for any important messages or changes in match start times.
After the match, players should confirm when the next match time is. This information is located on the tournament website or posted at the main site.
All important information about the tournament is on the tournament website.
This is necessary to avoid no-show defaults, match delays and player suspension points. Players who fail to show up to their match and do not have a valid reason will receive 5 suspension points (default, no-show).
If both players are at the site, ready to play, and there are courts available, then they can begin their match before the scheduled start time.
Even if players are at the site, they are immediately placed on the clock once their start time has passed, and will receive penalties for being late to the tournament desk.
ON COURT ISSUES
If there is an on-court dispute between players, a player must immediately seek a tournament official to solve the issue.
A parent or observer may not call a referee for a match under any circumstances. This is to avoid confrontation and grievances wrongly filed against a player.
For more on Sportsmanship & Grievence
JUNIOR PHOTO GALLERIES
USTA Southern California Headquarters
420 Charles Young Drive West
P.O. Box 240015
Los Angeles, CA 90024-9115
FAX: 310. 824.7691
Call SCTA and ask for a member of the Junior/Youth Team 310.208.3838