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  • Mackenzie McDonald Q&A
    September 04, 2020
    Coming off a hamstring injury that kept him sidelined from competition for the second half of 2019, Northern California’s Mackenzie (Mackie) McDonald was healed and ready to hit the ground running in 2020. He started the year returning to the tour ready to find a good rhythm and build back the momentum he had going pre-injury. Then came the global Coronavirus pandemic putting a pause on everything. But after months with no sports, tennis is back! However, we are looking at tackling a new world of revised schedules, controlled environments, and strict guidelines to ensure the health and safety for all involved. As we head into the first major since the pandemic, USTA NorCal recently sat down with Mackie before he headed to New York for the Western & Southern Open (Cincinnati Open) and the US Open to discuss how he is preparing his game in these crazy times and what he is looking forward to most for getting back on the court. Read More
  • A USTA League National Championship title is what most league players strive for each year, along with the added social component. And for our NorCal teams, 2019 was a great year. All of the teams from NorCal made us proud and we had some especially hard-fought battles and impressive wins with three of our very own taking home the national championship glory. And since we can’t play right now, we caught up with our team winner captains and fellow league players to relive their journey to become national champions and pick their brains on how they are coping without league tennis during the pandemic. We know it’s not the same, but here’s to hoping this trip down memory helps smile and forget we aren’t out there this season! Read More
  • After the seniors, it was the Super-Seniors’ turn to battle it out on the court in Umag, Croatia for a shot at the World Team title. From September 15-20, three NorCal players represented the section at the highest level when they competed at the 39th ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championships. A regular on Team U.S.A, San Francisco resident Geoff Cykman joined teammate Gary Jenkins, Mark Meyers and Tom Smith to form the U.S.A. Team competing in the Britannia Cup for the Men’s 65 & Over. Cykman and his teammates were undefeated in the round robin, beating Hungary and Poland 3-0. In the 1st-7th playoff match, Team U.S.A. ran into a very strong French team, stopping them in their run 3-0. France eventually went on to win the competition. But Geoff and the rest of Team U.S.A. bounced back in the playoff match to overcome Australia 2-0, coming home with an exciting third place medal. Read More
  • Taking place in Estoril/Lisbon, Portugal from August 4-10, 2019, the ITF Seniors Team World Championships once again didn’t disappoint. Two NorCal players were selected to represent Team USA. A veteran at the World Championships, Dan Gill of San Jose, CA, helped his team get out of its group in the Fred Perry Cup (M50). The four-man team composed of Dana, Eoin Collins, Willie Alumbaugh and Greg Paukstis beat Argentina and Bolivia 3-0 to make their way into the 1st-8th Playoff draw. There, the U.S. Team couldn’t hold the Italians, who earned their semifinal spot 2-1. In the 5th-6th playoff match, Dana and his teammates came across a very strong Belgium team that won 3-0. However, in their last match, Team U.S.A. finished on a high note, overcoming Germany 2-1 to take 7th place. Read More
  • The Adult 70 & Over league consisted of 40 teams and 504 players, spread out in the Men’s 6.0 category, Women’s 6.5, Men’s and Women’s 7.0 category, as well as Men’s and Women’s 8.0. The Sectional Championships crowned two winners, but other teams won their respective flights. Captained by Sue Nakayama, the Women’s 6.5 out Morgan Hill Tennis Club, the Women’s 7.0 from Millbrae Racquet Club captained by Sylvia Jackson, and the Women’s 8.0 team from Rio Del Mar, captained by Gay Finch, were all victorious of their flights. Read More
  • The NTRP National Championships crowned winners in men’s and women’s singles and doubles divisions over two weekends in late March and early April. The 18 & Over singles and doubles divisions took place respectively Friday, March 29 - Sunday, March 31, 2019 and Friday, April 5 - Sunday, April 7, 2019 at Academia Sanchez-Casal in Naples, FL, while the 50 & Over divisions were played those same weekends at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex in Surprise, AZ. Read More