Match Schedule Info - Daily Schedule
Warm up courts available on site!
For Finals Sunday, on site warm-up courts will be available from at 9AM, then after 10:30 through to the end of the tournament.
Tournament pictures now available for free download on Shutterfly
Tournament pictures by our official photographer can be accessed here. A huge thank you to Sam Madamba for volunteering his time and expert photo skills!
Please recheck your draw online before leaving for your match
This is just a really good habit to adopt as a tournament player. Sometimes something comes up the day of the match and your opponent can't make it. You may save yourself a trip or prepare better for a match you have later in the day. Tournament staff may not have time to reach you before you leave when the other person calls to default.
New Features this year
· Performance T Shirts to all players – this year’s shirts will be Carolina blue. Alternate gift of RPTC tournament towel also available
· Family Events with 1st match losers consolation - 2 matches guaranteed
- Round robin for small draws
· 60s age group events
· Avoidance request accommodation within reason and when possible (email RPTCtournaments@gmail.com)
· One USTA official for every 4 courts to encourage fair play and USTA standards and rules are upheld
· Official photographer (thx to retired professional, Sam Madamba) high quality pictures and posted to Shutterfly. Check out the pics from the Junior tourney here: https://rptc.shutterfly.com/
· Overnight racket stringing services by Westwood Sports
Name change from 17th Annual Rancho Penasquitos Tennis Center Open tournament
We are happy to announce the Belinsky family is sponsoring the tournament to honor the memory of Arnold Belinsky, who loved and supported San Diego tennis. Esther, Larry, Craig, and Sheila have made a generous donation in his honor. The Belinsky family has done a great deal for San Diego tennis over the years. Arnold and Esther were original founders of the Barnes Tennis Center and served on the executive board of Youth Tennis San Diego. Arnold excelled at senior tennis and was ranked #1 in San Diego for 65's in 1996 and won 3 bronze balls. Please take the time to read Arnold's tennis biography at the end of the tournament notes below. The sponsorship makes performance shirts and nice trophies possible this year!
OPEN DIVISION PRIZE MONEY
*Men’s Open Singles $500/$250 (or 50% of entry fees, whichever is
*Men’s Open Doubles $250/$125 (or 50% of entry fees, whichever is greater)
*All other Open Divisions’ prize money is 50% of that division’s entry fees
Arnold Belinsky Tennis Biography
Arnold Belinsky learned to play tennis while he was stationed in the Navy at the Coronado Amphibious Base in his early twenties. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Arnold played many sports, however tennis was not popular amongst his friends when he was growing up. Nonetheless, living in San Diego, always known to be one of the greatest hotbeds for tennis in the United States, Arnold took to tennis like a duck takes to water. When he finished the service, got married, and started a family, tennis became one of the loves in his life. Aside from working and becoming very successful in the retail furniture business (Arnold’s Furniture & Interiors and Legacy Home Furnishings), tennis became Arnold’s favorite pastime. He introduced the game to his wife, Esther, and then to his three children: Larry, Craig, and Sheila. He founded and developed a neighborhood junior tennis collective called the “College Racqueteers” which included his children’s closest friends to insure that his kids would stay close to the sport. Arnold had his children take tennis lessons from local tennis pros and then entered them in junior tennis tournaments. Larry, Craig, and Sheila played college tennis and after they finished their education, continued to play in competitive senior tennis events. In addition, they also partnered with Arnold and Esther in family events such as Father/Son, Mother/Son, Father/Daughter, and Brother/Sister. Arnold and Esther were one of the original founders of the Barnes Junior Tennis Center and served on the Executive Board for Youth Tennis San Diego. Today, the Belinsky Family name is present at many different venues in San Diego County: the Belinsky Family Clubhouse at Balboa Tennis Club, the Belinsky Family Tennis Court at the Barnes Tennis Center, The Arnold and Esther Belinsky and Family Playground at the Booth Education Building, the Tennis Complex at the San Diego Jewish Academy, the tennis courts at the Jewish Community Center, and tennis sponsorship at Canyon Crest Academy.
Arnold became a highly ranked senior in his respective age divisions throughout his tennis-playing career and even reached #1 in 65 singles in 1996. In addition, he won a Bronze Medal at the World Maccabiah Games in Israel, a Bronze Ball with Larry in Super-Senior Father/Son (2001), and two Bronze Balls with Sheila - one in Senior Father/Daughter in 2001, and the other in Super-Senior F/D in 2002. Arnold was a member in good standing with the United States International Club as well as an Honorary Member of Mexico’s International Club (IC) Team.
Arnold will always be known as a true friend to the San Diego Tennis Community and his legacy will live on forever through his children and his children’s children.
For Questions/Requests, please EMAIL: email@example.com. The office phone number should only be used to contact the Tournament Desk during the tournament.
Balls: ProPenn Marathon. Scoring: Best 2 out of 3 sets. If necessary we will use a modified scoring system in order to complete the tournament on time. The draw and schedule are subject to change by the director for a cogent reason.
Check-in 15 min. prior to match. 15 minute default time will be enforced.
It is your responsibility to be available on all tournament days. However, we understand that people have lives and most adults have to work. Please email any avoidance requests to RPTCtournaments@gmail.com. No promises, but there will be an attempt to honor reasonable requests whenever possible.
Please check draws the day before the start of the tournament for any time changes and check the website for withdrawals before leaving for your matches.
$10 late entry fee if accepte
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Monday, August 06, 2018 12:01:00 PM Pacific Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
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