2012 a winning year so far for Carmel Valley Tennis teams

Carmel Valley Tennis teams have earned numerous victories in 2012 to date. Below are some of the results:

• Local NCDTL (North County Doubles Tennis League) winner in Men’s A, Women’s AA, Women’s A divisions.

• Local NCI (North Coast Invitational) winner in Women’s A division.

• Adult USTA 9.0 Mixed Doubles team won their local division in San Diego and went to Sectional Championships in Whittier in June losing a tough match in the semi-finals.

• Adult WTT (World Team Tennis) 4.5 won their local division and went to the WTT National Qualifiers in Las Vegas in April. The team won in Las Vegas and will compete in the WTT Nationals  in Palm Springs in November.

• JTT (Junior Team Tennis) 14 and under won their Sectionals playoffs.

• USTA Women’s 4.0 team won the local playoffs and competed at Sectionals in August.

• Men’s Senior USTA 4.5 team won their division in San Diego and went on to compete recently at Sectional Playoffs in Seal Beach.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar tennis club named Club of the Year 2012
  2. Santaluz to host tennis tournament
  3. Del Mar, Solana Beach residents tops at tennis tournament
  4. Senior tennis event coming
  5. Canyon Crest Academy Boys Tennis Team sweeps titles in Valley League

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