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2022 Virtual Eastern Tennis Conference

November 18, 2021

As part of its annual tennis conference, USTA Eastern will host four webinars January 26-27, 2022, including a Q&A with 2021 Wimledon boys' singles champion Samir Banerjee, and a discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion between USTA CEO and Executive Director Michael Dowse and USTA Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Marisa Grimes. USTA National's Matt Barnhart and Craig Jones will also provide updates on the Net Generation app and the ITF World Tennis Number, respectively. Join us! The events are free and open to all. See more detailed descriptions and register for any or all of the sessions at the links below. *Note: You must register individually for each session you want to attend.

 

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Is Good For Business (10:00 AM ET

USTA CEO and Executive Director Michael Dowse (pictured, far left) and USTA Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Marisa Grimes (pictured, center) highlight the major DEI milestones, accomplishments and lessons learned in 2021, as well as share goals for the organization's future. Moderated by David J. Williams, USTA Eastern Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. REGISTER HERE

 

Live Q&A: Wimbledon Champion Samir Banerjee (7:00 PM ET

2021 Wimbledon boys' singles champion Samir Banerjee (pictured, far right) grew up playing USTA Eastern tournaments. The New Jersey-based athlete discusses his training and development as a junior and his experiences playing on the biggest stages in tennis. REGISTER HERE

 

Thursday, January 27, 2022

 

Swing into the Future with the Net Generation App (12:00 PM ET)

Craig Jones, USTA Senior Director of Education, Training & Resources, discusses how you can use the Net Generation app to help develop your players, make practices more fun, and even grow your business.  REGISTER HERE

 

What's the ITF World Tennis Number and How Do I Prepare? (7:00 PM ET

Matt Barnhart, USTA Director of Recreational Competition, explains more about the new and exciting ITF World Tennis Number (WTN) and how it will be used in the USTA Junior Pathway. REGISTER HERE

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