There are exciting options for players of all ages and abilities, including easy and painless ways to get new people, and former players, into the game and enjoying tennis for the rest of their lives.
Benefits/Importance of Play: The benefits of tennis for your players and community are almost limitless. It will help broaden social networks, give people a fun way to lose weight, burn calories and stay in shape, and provide an outlet for competition.
Not sure what tournament draw or round-robin format to use for an adult tennis event? Check out our descriptions and resources
, so that your players enjoy a seamless event and will keep coming back for more.
Adult leagues continue to grow across the U.S., providing opportunities for facilities and organizations to not only grow the game, but grow their bottom line, too. There are leagues for all types of players. Here’s how you can make leagues work
for you and your business.
Getting kids into the game early will help ensure a solid base of players for the future. Now, with 10 and Under Tennis
, there are exciting and fun formats keep kids engaged in the sport and learning proper technique, and also bring more kids to your courts and generate revenue too.
The USTA has created an extensive package of resources designed to make starting and maintaining a PE or after-school tennis program easy and enjoyable for all. Whether you are looking for tennis-specific physical education sessions, extracurricular programs, "No-Cut" teams or more, we can help. Click here
for more info.
Kids' Tennis Clubs:
You can offer Kids’ Tennis Clubs anywhere – schools, parks, youth centers, tennis facilities. These "Clubs" encourage kids to sample tennis in a social and group environment, and give them the chance to have fun, gain confidence, and meet new friends. Click here
to see how offering a Kids’ Tennis Club can help your business.
Tennis Play Days provide an informal yet competitive setting for kids. A Play Day will enhance a child’s development and skills in a fun, engaging way, allowing all participants to play multiple matches with and against a variety of players. Results are not documented! Find out more about Play Days here
Jr. Team Tennis:
USTA Jr. Team Tennis is often a child’s first experience at organized tennis play in a team setting. Through singles, doubles and mixed doubles, team competition promotes social skills and important values by fostering a spirit of cooperation. Offering Jr. Team Tennis
is a great way to captivate young players.
Marketing Youth Tennis:
Increase awareness of your 10 and Under Tennis programming and bring more kids into the game with customizable marketing materials available online. These tips and templates will help. Click here for promotional materials
to attract more youth tennis players into your program!