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Mission Statement

The USTA’s mission is To Promote and Develop the Growth of Tennis.
 

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) is the national governing body for the sport of tennis and the recognized leader in promoting and developing the sport’s growth on every level in the United States, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open.

Established in 1881, the USTA is a progressive and diverse not-for-profit organization whose volunteers, professional staff and financial resources support the singular mission.

The USTA is the largest tennis organization in the world, with 17 geographical sections, more than 770,000 individual members and 8,000 organizational members, thousands of volunteers and a professional staff dedicated to growing the game.

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2012 Year in Review: USTA Serves

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USTA Serves is committed to changing lives through tennis and education. In 2012, the national charitable foundation of the USTA continued to fund its mission behind a series of star-studded events. Read More
 

2012 Year in Review: Diversity and Inclusion

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In 2012, the USTA once again celebrated pioneers in diversity and inclusion in tennis at the fourth annual ICON Awards. Read More
 

2012 Year in Review: By The Numbers

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As we turn the calendar to 2013, here are some of the important figures that defined the past 12 months and made 2012 one of the most interesting and influential years in the history of American tennis.​ Read More
 

2012 Year in Review: Community Tennis

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Over the last 12 months the sport of tennis has evolved, becoming a more inclusive, family-friendly pastime in the United States—from the very first day of the year to the December holiday season, the organization worked feverishly to reach more than 28 million players across the country in 2012. Read More
 

2012 Year in Review: Youth Tennis

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Through its youth tennis initiative, the USTA has a bold vision for the future—and never before has it looked so bright. Read all about the USTA's youth tennis initiatives from 2012. Read More
 

November Honor Roll

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Player Development talent spotlight for the month of November 2012. Read More
 

Tennis Participation Continues to Climb

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According to a survey conducted for the USTA and Tennis Industry Association by Taylor Research and Consulting, tennis participation increased by 4 percent in 2012, topping 28 million players for the first time since 2009 and pointing towards exciting trends towards growth in younger demographics. Read More
 

Native Americans In Tennis

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In 1976 a group of Native American tennis players formed the North American Indian Tennis Association (NAITA) in order to draw awareness to a sport that was not in the list of sports that Native Americans played. The NAITA has since that time held a national tournament every year in various cities across the nation in hopes of growing tennis in Native communities. Read More
 

USTA Texas Shows Austin PRIDE

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This past September the USTA Texas Section attended the 2012 Austin PRIDE Festival with one goal in mind: YOUnify and Celebrate people through tennis; the theme for this years pride festival. They manned a botth with information on USTA programs and set up a court so attendees could pick up a racquet.​ Read More
 

USTA donates $400,000 in cash and goods to Hurricane Sandy relief effort

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The USTA announced that it has made donations of goods and money to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts totaling more than $400,000. Read More
 
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