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Middle States

Every Age. Every Ability. A Way To Play.



The active, healthy, safe sport of tennis: get involved through the United States Tennis Association

Ready to give tennis a shot? Look no further.

 

Whether you are looking to get involved with introductory programs, high-level tournaments, competitive leagues or volunteering (or, if you just want to hit the ball around a bit), there is an opportunity for you! Check out some of the connections you can make through the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Middle States section below. Or, if you want help figuring things out, just let us know.

 

Junior/Youth Programs (<18 years old) 

  • Intro to Tennis: Find an intro tennis program for kids in your community. If you don't know where to start, let us find a program for you! 
  • Team Tennis: Players of all levels ages 6 to 18 play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other co-ed teams.
  • Junior Tournaments: Beginner, intermediate and advanced opportunities to compete.
  • High-Performance Training and Camps: Organized training opportunities for high-performance junior players.
  • Wheelchair Tennis: Opportunities to wheelchair athletes of all ages and backgrounds. Email us and we will help you find a program. 
  • Adaptive Tennis: Opportunities to play, regardless of ability. Find a program in your state, or email us and we will help you find a program. 

 

Adult Programs (18+ years old) 

  • Intro to Tennis: Find an intro tennis program for adults in your community. If you don't know where to start, let us find a program for you! 
  • USTA League: Social, flexible and competitive tennis leagues available for you to join a team.
  • College Tennis: Tennis On Campus (Club) and varsity tennis opportunities nationally. Learn more about local opportunities by emailing us
  • Adult Tournaments: Community-based competition all the way to professional competition.
  • Wheelchair Tennis: Opportunities for wheelchair athletes of all ages and backgrounds. Email us and we will help you find a program.
  • Adaptive Tennis: Opportunities to play, regardless of ability. Find a program in your state, or email us and we will help you find a program.  

 

Community Tennis 

  • Volunteer: Opportunities to help the USTA achieve its mission locally and nationally.
  • Grants and Scholarships: Ways to help get your park/facility/organization the help it needs, or apply for a scholarship.

 

Have more questions about what's out there for you in the world of tennis? Don't hesitate to reach out to us at communications@ms.usta.com, or fill out this simple lead form below and someone will be in touch with you within a few days. 

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