March 15, 2019
Our mission is To Promote and Develop the Growth of Tennis.
The USTA Mid-Atlantic Section, one of 17 sections of the United States Tennis Association, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization committed to promoting tennis by offering quality recreational and competitive programs for people of all ages and abilities. We aim to grow tennis in the Mid-Atlantic by creating accessible and inclusive opportunities that enrich lives – both physically and mentally – by connecting all generations with the lifetime sport of tennis.
The USTA Mid-Atlantic Section promotes a message of acceptance, respect, and inclusion. We aim to leverage our members’ diverse backgrounds and perspectives to remove barriers to play and thereby increase participation and expand opportunities that will promote community-level engagement throughout the Section.ADVERTISEMENT
Mid-Atlantic has been part of the official governing body for tennis in America since 1923. The USTA MAS serves nearly 35,000 members in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and eastern and southern West Virginia. Tennis players of all ages and skill levels are involved in leagues, tournaments and programs sanctioned by the section.
At USTA Mid-Atlantic, we are creating healthier, happier, and more active communities through tennis. Our Annual Report tells our story of impact and how we are transforming more lives through the lifelong sport of tennis.
Explore our journey forward by reading our Annual Reports.
Our Strategic Plan
With guidance from the Board of Directors, we've developed a comprehensive strategic plan for 2017-2019 to achieve our mission by focusing on three areas of impact: Youth, Sustainability and Access.
Click here to read the full USTA Mid-Atlantic 2017–2019 Strategic Plan.
USTA Mid-Atlantic was recognized as a CARE Award recipient in 2016, 2017 & 2018 by Northern Virginia Family Service for being a great place to work. Click here to get to know our team and find information on how to contact them.
To achieve the goals of the strategic plan, USTA Mid-Atlantic announced it will move its headquarters to Prince William County, Va., and create a new home of Mid-Atlantic tennis in the community. With a mission to promote and develop the growth of tennis, USTA MAS is pursuing development of a tennis complex to help support local players, pave the way for growth of the game and introduce the sport to the next generation of tennis players in the region. Read more about this undertaking that will shape the future of tennis in our region.