BOOK REVIEWS
David Berens "Break Point"

David Sammel "Locker Room Power" 

Frank Giampaolo "Tennis Parent's Bible" 2nd Ed.

Becky Gunn Holmes "Totally Tennis For Me" 

Mike VanZutphen "Tennis Management" 

 Bill Patton "The Art of Coaching High School Tennis"

Joe Parent / Bill Scanlon "ZEN Tennis" 

Sidney Wood "The Wimbledon Final That Never Was"

Rocky Lang "Learn Your Game"

Pat Cunningham Devoto "The Team"

JR Thornton "Beautiful Country"

Ara Grigorian "Game of Love"

Marshall Jon Fisher "A Terrible Splendor"

Stephen Edward Paper "An Army Lost"

 
 
 

 

 

1. What is the California Social Tennis Network? (the Network)

The Network provides organized tennis round robin match play at various locations throughout the week, in addition to a variety of social activities each month of the year.

vbb

 
  2. Who founded the California Social Tennis Network?

The Network was founded by Rich Neher. Rich is the founder of the San Diego Tennis Network (1999), the first Social Tennis Network of its kind in Southern California. He resides in the San Fernando Valley of Greater Los Angeles, and works as Technical Account Manager for The Active Network. In that position he is a member of the USTA Tennislink Team, helping over 1,000 USTA Coordinators in 17 Sections throughout the US with e-mail support and trainings in Tennislink applications, such as: Leagues / NTRP Ratings.
 
 

 

3. Where does the Network play tennis?

Our goal is to play at different clubs at different days/nights of the week. In 2015 we are playing Tuesday and Friday nights 7 pm at Weddington Tennis on Whitsett in Studio City (San Fernando Valley), and Tuesday nights 7pm, Thursday nights 7pm, and Saturday mornings 8 am at Warner Tennis Center in Woodland Hills.

bb

 
 

4. What level of tennis will I find at the Network?

Most of the Network members are intermediate to advanced players, and some are very advanced players. The majority of our matches are geared to intermediate and higher levels. When the courts are not too busy, we can also accommodate players who prefer singles match play. At this time we can not accommodate novices and beginners. However, programs for beginners are planned for 2015.

bb

 
 

5. How much does it cost to join the California Social Tennis Network?

There are no annual or monthly membership fees.

The cost for participating in our drop-in mixers is:

Weddington Golf & Tennis $15
Warner TC $10

All fees including new balls provided.

bb

 
 

6. How do we communicate at the Network?

Communications are done via e-mail and Newsletter. Last minute changes will be communicated via email.

bb