The Burgos Tennis Foundation is dedicated to creating affordable and scholarship access to high performance tennis training and educational support for diverse youth from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. We use tennis’ unique active learning experiences to inspire character development, discipline, self-discovery and problem solving. Our “Champions of Life” and “Team” philosophies set us apart from other tennis training programs because we stress the unique life skills learned from hard work, competing and being part of a team.
Our modest facilities add to our hard work and struggle pays off theme.We believe success requires passion, perseverance, discipline and the ability to understand the value of failure. These life skills developed on the court are used in their education and their personal lives. As a result, we have 100% success rate of our graduates going on to college.
Tyler Riverbay battled to 13-11 in the third to capture the B16s singles at the Manteca Jr Open.
3 Star Recruit Tyler Plants won the B14s singles at the Lafayette Jr Open.
Lick Wilmerding senior Tanima Joshi won the G18s singles title at the Lafayette Jr Open held at Lafayette Tennis Club.
Devon Whelpley and parter Paolo Flores continued their winning ways by capturing the B16s doubles at the Chamisal Jr Open in Salinas.
Kristine Pau of Lowell High School won her 4th straight San Francisco City Girl’s Singles Championship. The win broke the previous record of 3 wins. Kristine has now won the most individual championships ever. Go Kristine!
Kevin Sun and Ethan Chin won the B14s doubles at the Solano Junior Open. The won the semis 8-2 and finals 8-1 to dominate the doubles competition. Kevin also reached the B14s singles final.
Mateo Hansen wins B16s Club Sport Pleasanton Challenger
Devon Whelpley won the B16s singles and doubles with Lukas Bachmann at the Berkeley Jr Open held at San Pablo Park.