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The Mission of SDTTA is to foster a community of table tennis enthusiasts; a place where players of all levels can discover their passion for the sport, develop their skills and health, and compete regularly in a friendly atmosphere.

Junior Coaching and Training & Club Picnic

September 11th, 2014

We are beginning a trial Friday night Junior training and coaching program.  If you are interested and willing to dedicate time and effort to improve your game, please show up Fridays at 6:00 p.m.  Space will be limited, but we want to develop our next generation of table tennis leaders at SDTTA.  D.J. Alto our past club champion has started coaching this group. This will call for a commitment from player and parents.  We have yet to determine its cost, but are hoping to be inclusive to all.  Please inform any board members as to your interest.

Our yearly Potluck Picnic with a table tennis rummage sale will be this September 27, 2014.  We will also include a table tennis equipment swap meet where you can bring in old rackets, rubber and other items for trade.  The club will provide various food and drink with some prizes.  We hope our members will bring in some interesting international foods for this day.

James Kahn

Updated Info: Picnic & Team Match

September 3rd, 2014
The club picnic will have to be rescheduled from September 13 as Volleyball will have all of BPAC that day.  The following week is the Senior Olympics in Table Tennis.  The fee is $45 and 26 players have signed up so far.  The club will have a team match against Sorrento this Saturday the 6th.  Let me know if you want to participate.
James Kahn, President SDTTA

2014 ASLT Team Open

September 2nd, 2014

2014 Learning Tree Summer Open (Team Tournament & Rating Events)

When: September 20-21
Sponsored by: After School Learning Tree, Stellangie, & EATT
After School Learning Tree
11525 Sorrento Valley Road, CA 92121

Tournament Format:

  1. All matches are best of 5 games except for the Open Singles Semifinals & Finals. The Semis & Finals of the Open will be best of 7 games.
  2. Must meet any age requirements by July 19th .
  3. No prizes will be awarded for splits, dumps, default losses, or no shows.
  4. Tournament committee reserves the right to modify or cancel events if there are insufficient entries.
  5. Players over 2400 have free entries.
  6. The Olympic Team format will be used for this tournament. Teams are not allowed to use more or less than three players.

View the entry form by clicking here.