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The San Diego District Tennis Association's
Annual Tennis Yearbook is back and online!

Click the cover to view the entire publication!

Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship
March 2-5, 2023

La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, 2000 Spindrift Dr., La Jolla, CA 92037

Registrations Open

The Grand Opening of the new Surf & Turf Tennis Club was a huge success!
Thanks to everyone that participated to make it a fun event.

To see pics of all the fun  "Click Here"

2023 San Diego District Tennis Association Annual Awards Banquet

Every January the District holds it's annual awards dinner and banquet at the
La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club to honor those individuals, clubs and tournaments that made a significant contribution to San Diego tennis throughout the year.
The event this year was held on Friday, January 13, 2023.

To see more photos from the event
"click here"

46th Martin Luther King Jr. Tournament
Singles & Mixed Doubles 1/14-16, M/W Doubles 1/21-22

Mountain View Sports & Racquet Club, 6401 Skyline Dr, San Diego, CA, 92114-5632



Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club hosted an exhibition fundraising event on December 3rd from 2-5pm. Brandon Nakashima, Marcos Giron, James Blake and Zachary Sadvja were there for singles and doubles!

The event sold out quickly but you can still donate to Ivan's recovery by clicking the photo.

2022 CIF Girl's Championships

Doubles Champions
Kate Prichard, Anna Pallencaoe
(Patrick Henry)

L to R: TD Mike Parrinello, Emma Chen (Del Norte),

CIF Commissioner Joe Heinz, Arushi Rai (Del Norte), TD Kevin Brown, Kate Prichard (Patrick Henry),

TD Evi Valles, Anna Pallencaoe (Patrick Henry)

Singles Champion Rebecca Kong
(Torrey Pines)

L to R: Ron Marquez, Emely Valencia

(finalist, Otay Ranch), Rebecca Kong (champion, Torrey Pines),

Commissioner Joe Heinz

"Tennis Heaven" in San Diego between evening matches at the WTA 500. What a great night at Barnes Tennis Center celebrating the institution founded by Larry Belinsky in 2005, known as the San Diego Tennis Hall of Fame. The SDTHOF has served as one of the most valuable aspects of the San Diego District Tennis Association since it's inception. From left to right serving as President of the SDDTA John Broderick, inaugural class of 2006 Michael Chang, class of 2007 Suella Steel, class of 2008 William Kellogg class of 2011 Valerie Ziegenfuss and Angel Lopez, class of 2016 James Hagey, class of 2020 Larry Belinsky and Geoff Griffin , class of 2022 John Martin, Amber Liu Chang, Lornie Kuhle and Allison Bradshaw DeNike. Special thanks to SDTHOF chair, David Jaehnig and selection committee David Whitehead, Sue Sprague, Ryan Redondo , Jim Kellogg and Simon Shen for their efforts and dedication to selecting the most recent inductees for the class of 2022.

Find out more about our inductees at:

Cabrillo Court Celebration

Group pictured left to right: Cara Black, Geoff Griffin, Jackson, Todd & Sue Sprague (with grandkids Fidel & Paz) , Todd Sprague, Sue Sprague, Jack McGrory, Coco Vandeweghe, Gary Pergl, David Gill, Cabrillo Tennis Club supporter, John Broderick and Luke Jensen.

Luke Jensen and Coco Vandeweghe were part of the on court activities.

The San Diego Tennis Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Induction ceremony was held at Balboa Tennis Club, Saturday, Ocotober 1st. Six individuals were honored for their contribution to tennis in San Diego. Pictured from left to right: SDDTA President John Broderick, Allison Bradshaw DeNike, Mrs. Dick Enberg, Lornie Kuhle, John Martin, Amber Liu, Todd Nelson and SDTHOF committee chairman Dave Jaehnig.

To see pics of the event click here...

Ryan Redondo (with Trevor Kroneman) won the Eugene Jung Multicultural award and the Adamson Family (with Trevor Kroneman) won Family of the Year. The awards ceremony took place on Thursday September, 15th. It was the first time they were presented in 3 years and were for the entire USTA SoCal section.

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San Diego County Tennis Community Comes Together to Preserve Our Tennis Courts

The San Diego District Tennis Association (SDDTA) it's board of directors along with other members of the San Diego County tennis community have been working with San Diego Parks & Rec and other cities in the county to help preserve tennis courts. Proposals made by SD-Pickleball who wish to take over UCRC, Peninsula Tennis Club (Robb Field), or Pacific Beach Tennis Club are among the targeted clubs.

The San Diego District Tennis Association was established in 1973 to serve the adult tennis community by providing activities, programs, sanctioned tournaments and leagues in San Diego county. The SDDTA is the local affiliate of the Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA) and the United States Tennis Association (USTA).

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