By Karen Ronney Denise Campbell has a passion for tennis that has propelled her to excel on and off the tennis court. The junior from John W. North High School has worked hard in school, sports and life. Her on-court efforts were recently recognized as she was named an All-Inland Empire Second-Team Singles selection for
Dear So Cal Tennis Friends, Mental, physical and social recovery were the goals of 2021 for the Southern California Tennis Association Foundation. It was challenging yet very rewarding. We saw tennis clubs, programs, classes and organizations begin to thrive once again. The SCTA Foundation is proud to be a part of that effort to bring
By Karen Ronney There was something for everyone at the San Diego Open ATP 250 this year. It was a historic event that saw the first ever ATP 250 tournament in San Diego. It showcased great tennis by some of the top 50 players in the world as well as up and coming local talent.
By Karen Ronney Two is the magic number for the Morongo Basin Tennis Association. The community group located in the Yucca Valley offers two free tennis lessons to junior players so they can have a fun and engaging sports experience. It’s the pathway for kids to sign up for a longer term tennis commitment. What’s
By Karen Ronney It has been a busy year for the Southern California Tennis Association Foundation in providing more than $500,000 of support in grants, scholarships, sponsorships and assistance for players of all ages and organizations in under-served areas. Join us on Giving Tuesday to forge ahead and continue to make an impact in 2022.
By Karen Ronney Tennis camps and warm sunny days are perfect partners when it comes to kids and their free time. After all, this sport is a great way for young athletes to be active, learn tennis and life skills, as well as make friends and stay fit. The SCTA Foundation is launching its Tennis
Last call to apply for the Victor Stern Scholarship Grant to junior tennis players ages 8 to 18, who have a passion for tennis and wish to pursue the sport. Players must have a record of competitive play and wish to continue playing tennis as well as having a goal of pursuing a post-high school
By Karen Ronney The SCTA Foundation is calling all kids ages 6 to 11 to enter the Summer Prize Giveaway Contest. We believe tennis is a fun sport for everyone and there are many reasons to play. We’d love to know why you think tennis is a great way to spend your summer vacation.
By Karen Ronney This SCTA Foundation is offering the Kramer Future Champions Scholarship Grant for junior tennis players residing in Southern California between the ages of 8-18, who aspire to play collegiate or professional tennis, show significant promise, and demonstrate financial need to compete in sectional or national tournaments. Use of funds includes tournament fees,
By Karen Ronney Tory Bailey Jr’s path to tennis success has been filled with big dreams, family guidance and community support. He picked up a racket at age 3, and now over a decade later the high school senior is headed to Howard University to study computer science and play college tennis. His is a