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Why court monitors could make your job as a TD easier

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Last summer, our national staff hosted the first-ever New Balance High School Tennis Championships (NBHSTC) at Harvard University in Boston. Court monitors helped make this specific tournament much easier to run. Read More
 

A website of your own: Why it’s a great idea

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It might seem that only the most prestigious tournaments – The USTA National Championships, USTA Clay Court Championships, etc. – could benefit from having a website dedicated specifically to their event. Nothing could be further from the truth. Read More
 

Using eblasts to communicate with players and coaches

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Email blasts are a great way to communicate with players and their parents. These eblasts are most effective coming after the entry deadline but prior to the start of the tournament. This is the perfect time to inform players of tournament reminders and special events. Read More
 

Tips to help players and guests enjoy your 32-draw tournament

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Organizing a successful USTA national tournament is easier and more cost-effective when you have a plan to ask for in-kind support from facility vendors, tennis companies and local companies. We’ve found that the following 10 tips can help you to deliver a successful tournament experience. Read More
 

Information for USTA National Championship website postings

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A new selection process is in place for all USTA National Championships. Click here to read about the information for website postings, including players on the direct acceptance list and about additional endorsed players if Sectional Champions do not enter the USTA National Championships. Read More
 

Serena, Isner lead American charge at Wimbledon

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There could be a potential all-Williams matchup in the fourth round of this year's Wimbledon, with Serena and Venus on course to meet in the round of 16. In all, 23 Americans will take to the lawns of the All England Club in pursuit of a 2015 title. Read More
 

Querrey advances to AEGON Open final

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Sam Querrey rallied from a set down on Friday to defeat Alexandr Dolgopolov and book his place in the final of the last grass-court tune-up event before Wimbledon. On Saturday, the American will look to win his first title in almost three years. Read More
 

Building your junior tennis program around Junior Team Tennis

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Teaching pro John Fraser shares how he become a leading proponent of Junior Team Tennis and why he thinks it's the future of the sport. He also shares some tips on growing JTT in your area. Read More
 

Qualifiers Mattek-Sands, Vickery join American brigade at Wimbledon

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Thirty-year-old Bethanie Mattek-Sands and 20-year-old Sachia Vickery each won their final-round qualifying matches to earn spots in the 2015 Wimbledon main draw. In total, there will be 23 Americans competing in the singles main draws, the most of any nation. Read More
 

Americans claim five titles at ITF Seniors World Championships

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Team USA was in top form at the ITF Seniors World Individual Championships, winning five titles and reaching the finals in three other divisions at the event held June 14-21 in La Baule, France. Read More
 
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