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The USTA is proud to support the more than 340,000 players and coaches that make high school tennis thrive nationwide. Whether you are an established coach, a teacher or a tennis enthusiast organizing a team for the first time, we have best-in-class resources and tips to help you organize a successful team.

Getting Started

The high school tennis coach serves as a powerful role model by motivating players, highlighting teamwork and influencing tennis and social skills that players will value for a lifetime. Coaching new students or seasoned players can be tremendously rewarding.

Here are a couple of resources to help you get started or to help you advance your skills. If you require additional information and support, consider reaching out to your local section office or your state's high school association tennis representative.

Coaching Tennis - New Online Course


Coaching Tennis, developed by the NFHS in partnership with the United States Tennis Association, is an online course that provides a student-centered curriculum in tennis coaching techniques and methods for interscholastic teacher/coaches.  Coaching Tennis for High School covers the court from coaching styles and developing your coaching philosophy to managing your team and your practices.  


Organizing Your Season


Guiding a team through a season can be a daunting task, but we’re here to help. Click here to find our pre-season check list; tips, tools and practice plans to manage your team during the season; and a post-season rundown of how to keep your players on the court and in the game throughout the year.


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Coaching Certifications

Take your tennis career to the next level by becoming a Certified Professional. You can further your professional development and expand your network in tennis by becoming certified through one of the professional tennis teaching organizations: the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) and Professional Tennis Registry (PTR).

Click here to learn more about the USPTA.

And click here to learn more about the PTR.

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