Become a Coach
Are you a passionate player or a parent who is looking for an opportunity to try your hand at coaching? Our Junior Team Tennis leagues are a great way to dip your toes in the water. Or maybe you want help teach youth classes at your park or club. Click here to learn more and get started on the path to coaching by registering as a coach/provider with Net Generation. Go here to get started.
For additional information about professional certification programs click here.
What is Safe Play?
The USTA is committed to making every tennis experience a memorable one. To ensure a safe environment the USTA has developed Safe Play.
Need to Check your Safe Play status? Want to get Safe Play Approved? Click here.
Become an Official
The USTA Officiating Department oversees the certification and assignment of officials at all levels of tennis in the United States, from grass-roots tournaments to professional events.
Chicago District Head Official: Marilyn Goldman, firstname.lastname@example.org
WTT Jr. National ChampionsJuly 09, 2021The Midwest is home of the World TeamTennis Junior National Champions! Central Indiana’s team of six players competed and won Nationals at Lake Nona, Florida on the USTA National Campus! Four out of six of them graduated this year, making Nationals their final competition as a team. Hear from one champion and her coach about the journey to get here. Read More
Education through TennisJuly 01, 2021The Migrant Education Program serves migrant workers’ children grades K-12 and serves 35 counties across the western half of Indiana. With the help of several local sponsors, the program was able to provide tennis for more than 30 kids. See how the program combined with tennis can support children and provide sporting equipment, including socks, shoes and tennis balls. Read More
Pride: Queen City OpenJune 30, 2021Preparations for the 2021 Queen City Open are in full swing! Scheduled for Cincinnati, Ohio in September, everyone is welcome to participate—without judgement for your sexuality or skill level. The tournament is part of the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance World Tour, created to promote diversity and acceptance through tennis. Read More