September and October 2023 Newsletter
Fall 2023, we celebrate our 20th Anniversary
Thank you all players, parents, the USTA and our clubs, schools and coaches for the incredible supports. Let’s go for more!
USTA Team Sectional Championships are Back!
The USTA has brought back Sectional Championships for 12U+ divisions, qualified teams will be entering the Sect. tournament taking place in Sacramento 11/18-11/19.
To learn more about about our USTA team program, Visit our page.
More Wins at USTA Tournaments
Our players are rocking at USTA tournaments, incredible number of wins.
And at the National Levels:
Did you know USTA individual tournaments consist of many levels across all age groups? From 10U Orange ball and L7 to L1 tournaments.
Shay and Dunlop Tennis
Dunlop Team welcomes Shay. With great improvement in the past several months, Shay is now a Dunlop player, with SX300 racquets. Here he is enjoying solid result at a National USTA tournament in Las Vegas.
Abhishek competed in Asian Games Hangzhou 2023
Incredible experience for Abhi as he competed for the Asian Games 2023, sharing the field with some of the top players in the world. Following this tournament, Abhi is staying busy training and playing Davis Cup in Bahrain.
Gaby playing for Santa Clara University
Gaby signed with Santa Clara to compete for its Women’s Team, a D1 program. She will be finishing her Master in Business there on Tennis Scholarship.
The season has started with many tournaments taking place in the area. See below for more details.
Saint Mary’s California Fall Invitational Tournament
SMC will be hosting its annual Fall Invitational Tournament from Friday 10/27 to Sunday 10/29 attacking many top college players in the area and neighboring states. It will be a great opportunity for Junior players to attend and watch some great tennis, there is no cost to attend. For more info: see Tournament Link
Northwest Regionals at Stanford University
Early October brings together all the top D1 college teams, individual players to fight for their spot in the NCAA individual championship. An incredible tournament that ended with players battling in the Finals from 2 rival teams: UC Berkeley and Stanford U.
Did you know ?
Professional tennis is all about ranking! Players with higher ranking with get into bigger tournaments that will award more ranking points and prize money when players do well. Players without points or lower ranking will have to work their way up. Some have to travel very faraway tournaments with perhaps less competitive field to hopefully earn more points for their trips. Ranking is really everything in professional tennis.
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