Intermountain COVID-19 Updates

We at USTA Intermountain know that tennis and sports in general look very different right now. We’re committed to being sensitive to the needs of our communities while offering as many play opportunities as possible. However, our main goal always has been, and always will be, player safefy. 


Please stay healthy and active with your families as we work diligently to get players back on the courts, help facilities stay operational, and integrate sport back into our lives. 


Click here for the most recent statement from the USTA.



Each of our Districts/states has its own policy. Click the state to learn more: 


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