2015 CTA of the Year application process is now closed!
USTA Tennis Development Workshop, Nov. 5-8, 2015, in San Diego.
A USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA) defined as: "Any incorporated, geographically defined, not-for-profit, volunteer-based tennis organization that supports or provides programs, which promote and develop the growth of tennis." All CTAs nominated must be registered with the USTA and be a current USTA organization member.
Criteria include: CTA History, Strong Leadership, Mission Statement, Strategic Plan, Organization Structure, Program Offerings, Volunteer Recruitment, Community Relationships, Fundraising, Marketing and PR Plans, Staff Positions, Special Recognitions, Registered CTA, USTA Organization Member. See application for more detail.
Applications are sent to USTA sections, districts and CTAs. Application must first go to USTA section office. USTA section office selects one CTA to submit to USTA national. USTA national selects one CTA of the Year recipient.
USTA Community Tennis Development
70 West Red Oak Lane
White Plains, NY 10604
Established in 2002.
2014 Greater Columbus Tennis Association (OH)
2012-13 Savannah Area Tennis Association (GA)
2011 Houston Tennis Association (TX)
2010 Washington Tennis & Education Foundation (DC)
2009 Lee County Community Tennis Association (FL)
2008 Brandon Tennis Association (SD)
2007 Florence Tennis Association (SC)
2006 Montgomery County Tennis Association (MD)
2005 Summit Tennis Association (NJ)
2004 Atlanta Community Tennis Association (GA)
2003 Pikes Peak Community Tennis Association (CO)
2002 Dallas Tennis Association (TX)