Orange County, CA Tennis Tourny/Leagues?

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  1. gsquicksilver

    gsquicksilver Semi-Pro

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    do anyone one of you know of any tennis tournaments or leagues in orange county? preferably around the fountain valley or irvine area. thanks.
     
  2. TennisLeaguePlay

    TennisLeaguePlay New User

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    Tennis LosAngeles plans on taking on this area with a North and South Orange County playing locations. We expect things to start slow, but by mid-year these leagues should be full-functioning:
    http://www.tennislosangeles.com/
     
  3. aceyou

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    What level are you looking to play?
     
  4. gsquicksilver

    gsquicksilver Semi-Pro

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    4.0-4.5

    currently most likely 4.0. haven't played as much as i would like so i'm a bit rusty.
     
  5. aceyou

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    the seal beach tennis facility has a lot of tournaments every year. don't have their number, but call them to see when the next tourney is.
     
  6. ricecooker1280

    ricecooker1280 New User

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    Seal Beach Tennis Center
    (562) 598-8624
    3900 Lampson Ave, Seal Beach, CA

    If you're ever in the Long Beach area, El Dorado Tennis center has twilight tennis Fri (6:30 - close), Sat (5:30- close), Sun (5:30 - close) for $7. Their number is 562.425.0553.

    I'm also looking for people to hit in the Irvine area after work :)

    EDIT: I forgot to add the WTT league in Irvine...

    http://www.wtt.com/recleague/joinaleague.asp#CA
     
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  7. eunjam

    eunjam Rookie

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    irvine is a hotbed of tennis.

    go to the irvine tennis club and check things out.

    if you happen to be a clay specialist, they have clay courts there as well.
     
  8. aceyou

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    What level are you rice?
     
  9. ricecooker1280

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    I'm between 4.0 - 4.5
     
  10. x5150

    x5150 Rookie

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    there is a ladder in irvine with thirty, 4.0 - 5.0 players. You won't have a problem getting a match within a few days. www.lifeof2returns.com
     
  11. Carlito

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    There is a WTT league in Irvine. Its OK for $45. You can also look into the Irvine Tennis Association. Theres lot of tennis in that area. Let me know if you want to get together and play sometime.
     
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  13. nguyenandyy

    nguyenandyy New User

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    are juniors allowed to play in adult leagues?

    i live in the same area
    fountain valley

    and i want to play league but i can't find any
     
  14. Carlito

    Carlito Semi-Pro

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    There are USTA leagues for juniors also. Look for it on the city of Irvine website
     
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  15. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    You have to be at least 19 years old to play in the USTA Adult Leagues.
     
  16. ledor

    ledor Professional

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    I just played the 4.5 NTRP in Mission Viejo and the next one is in Anaheim. For leagues, there are some, but i haven't participated in any, cause I was wanted in a La Mirada USTA League team. I also play a league (non-USTA) on Sundays in the Irvine area at a local park, but we are on our last week.
     
  17. nBladed

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    check the above link
    www.grandprixtennis.com
    there is a whole schedule of tournaments. every two to three weeks there is a new tournament. And there are tons of usta leagues in orange county. I think we have the largest usta league population besides texas.
     

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