Grants & Scholarships
Access to USTA Public Facility Assistance Program – Registered CTAs are eligible to receive technical, advocacy and financial assistance for tennis facility improvements or construction projects. Youth-serving registered CTA programs are given priority to facility grants. Visit www.usta.com/facilities for more information and to submit a facility assistance inquiry now.
Access to scholarships to attend USTA national, section and district conferences – Kids participating in registered CTA programs are given priority to college, individual player and textbook scholarships from USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the USTA.
USTA Awards – Registered CTAs are eligible for prestigious USTA national, section and district awards.
Workshops & Seminars
Training and Educational Workshops and Seminars – Registered CTAs receive information and special discounted rates to USTA-sponsored events, workshops and seminars.
Registered CTAs are able to obtain access to equipment discounts made available through a partnership with leading tennis manufacturers. Gamma, Head/Penn, Prince and Wilson Racquet Sports are official suppliers for all USTA Community Tennis programs. For more information, e-mail email@example.com,
Registered CTAs can receive free assistance with their website development. If you are interested in developing a website for your Community Tennis Association, please click here to find out more.
“Best Practices” Sharing – Registered CTAs have access to unique and successful ideas implemented by CTAs around the country.
Complimentary Subscription to RSI
Racquet Sports Industry (RSI) Magazine – Registered CTAs receive a complimentary year-long subscription to RSI. The only magazine covering the racquet sports industry, RSI provides unmatched coverage of the tennis business, equipment, apparel and racquet service.
As a Registered CTA you have access to use the Community Tennis Ad customization website to create custom advertisements for YOUR organization. To get started, please click here.