Mid-Atlantic

Stay Connected to Tennis

May 26, 2020


USTA Mid-Atlantic is working to offer fun, educational, and interactive videos and webinars to help keep everyone connected to the sport we all love. 

 

Tennis has the power to reconnect and rebuild the community and USTA Mid-Atlantic, a 501(c)3 non-profit, wants to make sure this can happen, especially among those hardest hit from this pandemic. That is why USTA Mid-Atlantic Section invites you to #ServeItForward. Click here to learn how you can participate in serving it forward!

 

We have created live experiences, videos and fun activities for our entire tennis community to take part in while away from tennis friends, matches and practice. From scheduled live Q&As with local experts to cardio training at home, we've got plenty of content for everyone to stay engaged with their Mid-Atlantic tennis community and love of the game.

We are also sharing uplifting stories of members of our tennis community going above and beyond to help others in this time of crisis. Find stories here and let us know how you and your tennis friends are making a difference.

 

Take a look at some of the great resources you can enjoy at home below. We will be updating this page regularly as we have more content and dates available. 

 

For more information and updates from USTA Mid-Atlantic regarding COVID-19 please click here.

Resources for Kids:

Tennis Tip Tuesday for Kids: 

This video series is a great source of tennis activities for kids to keep working on their tennis skills at home. Each activity can be scaled up for different level players. Look out for new videos each week on USTA Mid-Atlantic's social media channels or check back here!

 

Earn your stars at home through the virtual Youth Progression 

USTA Mid-Atlantic will award Youth Progression stars to players staying active and working on their tennis skills at home. Click here to learn more.

 

Join USTA Mid-Atlantic LIVE on Social

 

Webinar Series with Dr. Jack Groppel:

Listen and learn as we discuss the 34 Reasons to Play Tennis: 

 

Live Q&A's with the Pros!

Click the links below to watch USTA Mid-Atlantic sit down with some awesome pro players:

- Denis Kudla

- Robin Montgomery

- Frances Tiafoe

 

More inspiration

Looking for more tennis at-home activities to do with your kids? Check out NetGeneration.com for more inspiration. And don't forget to tag @USTAMAS on Facebook or Instagram with photos and videos of what you and your kids are doing to keep up with tennis at home and we may feature you. 

 

Resources for Adults:

Webinar Series with Dr. Jack Groppel:

Listen and learn as we discuss the 34 Reasons to Play Tennis: 

 

Tennis Tip Thursday for Adults: 

This video series is a great source of tennis activities you can do at home to keep up with your tennis skills while we are away from the courts. Look out for new videos each week on USTA Mid-Atlantic's social media channels or check back here!

 

Join USTA Mid-Atlantic LIVE on Social

Mental Toughness - On and Off the Court - training with Kris David, director of tennis at ACAC in Richmond, Va.

 

 

Industry Resources:

The tennis industry has come together to analyze the needs and concerns of all involved in our sport, collaborating on programs that can provide both immediate and longer-term support. Click here to find a compiled list of resources for you. 

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