Club News

Congrats MCTC Fight Club!

Photo Aug 12, 8 41 54 PM.jpgCongrats to our MCTC Fight Club 3.5 Team for going 4-0 at the PNW sectionals. The squad defeated Spokane 5-0,  North Oregon 5-0, and Kitsap  5-0. This set up a rematch against the Robinswood team that beat us 5-0, in the local playoff finals. This time, the squad prevailed 3-2 in match play, qualifying for the national tournament Oct. 10th-14th in Orlando Florida.

Pictured above on the Fight Club Team (Left to Right):  Eric Morrell, Captain Munish Vashist, Irvine Mac Quarrie, Dai Ichikawa, Ioan Tulai, Mark Villott, Sid Sanyal, Darren Liu, Shun Ando, Eisuke Nishi, Coach Roger Mark, Noel Balantac, and Coung Ngo.

Not Pictured: Zackari Wilhelm


32nd Annual Avanti August Tournament

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Congrats to our club member Eisuke Nishi winning the Men’s 3.5 Round Robin 3-0, with his toughest match against Joe Huang 3-6,6-3,1-0.

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Men’s Open Singles Prabh Sangha won 3-0 in Round Robin, with his toughest match against Maxim Shmotolokha 6-2, 6-1.

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Men’s 4.5 Jovan Popavic (left) defeated John Fauver (right) 6-1; 4-4 Ret. (Injury) in the finals


Men’s 4.0 Luong Hau (left) defeated Dai Ichikawa (right) 6-4, 6-4  in the finals.

Pac Asian Tournament Results 7/31/18

Men’s 3.0 Singles Hazara Panesar won against Sudeer Motokatla 6-4,6-3 in the finals.

Men’s 3.5 Singles Sid Sanyal (Left) won against David Asuncion (Right) 6-3, 6-3 in the finals.

Men’s 4.0 Singles Martin Goldman-Kirst (Left) against Ross Nichols (Ross) 6-1,7-5 in the finals.

Men’s 4.5 Singles Jovan Popovic (Right)  won against Roger Rogoff (Left) 6-2,6-7,1-0 in the finals.

Men’s Open Singles John Hieb (Right) won against Praabh Sangha (Left) 6-4,5-7,1-0 in the finals.

Men’s 3.5 Doubles Dennis Taylor and Travis Westfall (Right) won against Joe Farah and Martin Goldman-Kirst (Left) (6-4,7-5 in the finals.

Men’s Open Doubles Stephen Perkins and Riley Peschon (Left) won against Roman Kravchuk and Alexander Noyes (Right) 6-3,6-3 in the Finals.

9.0 Mixed Daniel Armellino and Joanna Tang finished first in the Round Robin.

Avanti Sports @ Amy Yee Legacy Clinic

Avanti Sports was proud to be one of the sponsors of the Amy Yee Legacy Clinic! The clinic was held on four Saturdays in June-which was free for all the community kids. Overall, the clinic had a turnout of over 120 kids! The clinic was organized by Wil Look and Carl Berquist to honor tennis legend Amy Yee who, for years, conducted free tennis clinics for community kids in the 60s, 70s, and the 80s.
Special thanks to Rose Jones of Babolat, Phil Mintz of Dunlop, and Chris Brant of Head for the gifts distributed to the kids.

We’ll see you all next year!

New Arrivals – July 3rd, 2018


Wilson RF 97 White Autograph

Roger Federer’s new racquet – the RF 97 Autograph 2018. Co-designed by Roger himself, classic fans will love the new tuxedo-look of this classic racquet.
Like its predecessors, this racquet is also offered in the Pro Staf 97 CV for $239.95 and in the Pro Staf 97L for $219.95.



Wilson Blade Team 99

A blend of control, power, and maneuverability, the Blade Team 99 with its Amplifeel 360 handle that reduces vibrations and amplifies power is a great fit for players aspiring to play an aggressive game on the court.

$99.95 Strung w/ PPS 16/17
Was: $139.95

Babolat Boost Strike

The Boost Strike is a great deal for all-around players. At 10.4 oz and a head size of 102 sq. in. this racquet is provides power and maneuverability without hurting the arm.

$99.95 Strung w/ PPS 16/17 and provided cover

Babolat Boost Aero

The Boost Aero is a great racquet for beginners or recreational players looking for an affordable entry level racquet. At 9.8 oz and 102 sq. in. head the Boost Aero provides a precise and reliable response on the court.

$109.95 Strung PPS 16/17 and provided cover


Men’s Adidas Barricade Boost 2018

Barricade has set the standard for stability, comfort and durability. Now add Boost capsules in the heel for a shoe that returns energy on each step and comfort on the hard court. This shoe has a 6-month wear guarantee.

$109.95 (Top)
$119.95 (Bottom)
Reg: $160

Men’s Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 2.0’s

A lightweight mesh shoe that is designed for stability without sacrificing agility, the Adizero Ubersonic 2.0 features a sprintframe which offers players maximum stability as well as mesh-reinforced outsole that reduce the overall weight of the shoe without sacrificing any durability.

$99.95 (Top)
$109.95 (Bottom)
Reg: $130

Women’s Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3 with Clay

A well-ventilated shoe, the Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Clay is a shoe made for mastering the clay courts. These shoes feature a lightweight sprintframe chasis and are reinforced with Adituff for resisting abrasion for movement across loose surfaces. A perfect shoe for consistency and control on loose surfaces – including clay.


Men’s Nike Cage 3

The shoe of choice for Rafael Nadal. The Cage 3 is designed for players looking for stability and speed on hard courts. The Cage 3’s unique cage design – hence its name – provides the player with maximum durability and cusioning without being anymore heavier than its counterparts.


Men’s and Women’s Nike Vapor X

New colors for Roger Federer’s shoe of choice are here! Nike’s Dynamic Fit system offers a sock-like fit and the updated outsole supports the most aggresive players for their sharp movements. While keeping the lightweight responsiveness, the new Vapor X is more durable and stable than ever! (Pictured on top: Men’s Vapor X. Pictured on bottom: Women’s Vapor X)