Mission Statement :
RCTA is committed to use tennis as an instrument to build character strength to our players.
RCTA's primary core philosophy is to help players realize first, who they want to be as a human being and secondly, develop them as a good tennis player through building the physical, emotional, and mental strength of their character.
Join the 1st tournament for 2013 10 & under and 11-14 years old beginners this coming February 16 at Whitney High School tennis courts. Call Gabby for details at 916.612-3071
RCTA Executive Director/Owner, Gabby Espiritu with Nick Bolettieri at the Tennis Teachers Conference in New York City, August 24-27, 2012. Mr. Espiritu was invited by Mr. Bolettieri to train in his academy this November.
Champion: Francis Llorin
Runner-up: Victor Alinas
Watch the 3rd RCTA 2.5 Single Championship in August 11, 2012
youth RCTA youth team that played vs Modesto team.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE RCTA TEAM BELOW!!!
we did it! RCTA beat Fair Oaks team 5-1
2013 S.A.T.A. 3.5 Men's Champion
Above are members of the team: Arnold, Roland, Alfredo, Jason, Steve
Kevin, Prem, Tobias, Kamesh and Mark. Not in picture is Victor.
RCTA Director at the US OPEN 2013
Above are the members of the 7.0 who captured the local championship and the amazing newcomers, 2.5 team who won the District championship yesterday.RCTA 2.5 players are the ff:Team Captain Joel Illustrisimo Henry Gallego, Cocoy, Jorge, Raymond, Henry Mendoza, Luis Badolato, Carlito and Rainier Fernandez. and Coach by Gabby Espiritu
Above are supporters and players of RCTA who witnessed the 6.0 mix team demolished Johnson Ranch 3-0 last 2/26 in Roseville.
Below 6.0 mix team Wanda, Cheryl, James, Nick and Mark
RCTA players who won the 6.0 national championship 2011
Below is the results of the RCTA Women's Tournament - Champion: Karen Graham, 2nd, Kelly McPherson and 3rd, Jessica Chancellor
The 6.0 member of the team are: Pam Johnson, Jessica Chancellor, Kelly McPherson, Karen Graham, Espie Cruz, Carmen McComas, Ernie Ortiz, Mark Mapeso, Alex Canada, Fred Feliciano, Marino Melgazo, Jamal Zumot and Jim McNeal.
The members of RCTA 2.5 mix who won the Divisional Championship, May 1-2 2010 in Alameda College.
rAbove picture showing Cecil Mamiit, Phillippine Davis Cup player with RCTA Director, Gabby Espiritu & Fred Feliciano.
RCTA Director Gabby Espiritu with Michael Gambill and Fred Feliciano at Natomas Racquet Club for the ATP Masters Championship 2009
RCTA Doubles partner Nick Sobrepena and Philip Canete
Members of the RCTA team tennis in the picture are Fred Feliciano, Nick Sobrepena, Gabe Espiritu, Susan Flynn and Cheryl Dyok.
RCTA team tennis with Rio del Oro players.
Below are members of RCTA 3.5 team who won against Fair Oaks Racquet Club
Below are the members of the RCTA Mix team 2009 and Women's Doubles team
RCTA MEN'S TEAM: BRANDO, JOEL, ERNIE, FRED, LAWRENCE, HIEU, DON, PHILLIP, JAMES, GABBY AND RUDY
WELCOME TO THE TENNIS PORTAL DEDICATED TO BRINGING THE GAME OF TENNIS TO EVERYONE!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL MEMBERS OF RCTA SATA TEAM FOR WINNING THE 3.5 TEAM TENNIS AND MEN'S TEAM 3.5 CHAMPIONSHIP 2009.
MEMBERS OF THE TEAM TENNIS: KRISTINE GRAJO, KATHY GRAJO, ROGER GRAJO, SUSAN FLYNN, CHERYL DYOK, MARINO MELGAZO, SENIR CHRISTIAN, RUDY SIAO, MARK MAPESO AND GABBY ESPIRITU
MEMBERS OF THE MEN'S TEAM: TITUS TABOTABO, PATRICK BAGNOL, JIM MCNEAL, CHIN CHEN, FRED FELICIANO, JAMES PADPAD, MARK MAPESO, GABE ESPIRITU AND ROGER GRAJO.
USTA MIX LEAGUE STARTS JAN.4 - APRIL 12, 2011
RCTA IS NOW RECRUITING NEW PLAYERS FOR USTA AND SATA LEAGUE NEXT YEAR.
RCTA IS NOW OFFERING TENNIS LESSONS.
Everyday is tennis day and the Roseville Community Tennis Association wants you to seize every moment of your life as an opportunity to discover all the wonders of this truly wonderful sport.
Grab a tennis racquet and a friend and get to the courts. You will see that tennis can be just the fitness vehicle you have been looking for.
Consider any day as your opportunity for a test drive.
Tennis is a heart-healthy sport as documented by a recent study at John Hopkin University that showed that middle-aged men who stayed active in tennis more than any other activity, had a significantly lower incidence of cardiovascular disease as they aged.
It is a sport where you can meet people, make new friends, involve the whole family and convert them to playing for life.
It is, after all, a sport that can be enjoyed by every age and every ability level. You are never too old or never too young to enjoy playing tennis.
1. February 1, 2014 - Father & Daughter Tournament
2. Tennis Showdown - PLAY DAY FOR BEGINNERS. March 15, 2014
3. SATA ADULT LEAGUE MARCH 10, 2014
Juvy Llavares, 3rd Place Single
Gabby in San Diego USTA conference last February.
Gabby with daughter, Terra
Gabby Espiritu RCTA Executive Director
Patrick,Nanding Bagnol and Gabby
Players and guest.
RCTA players in Stanford University for the Sectional Championship 2010.
RCTA players at Stanford University.