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Middle States Announces The 2022 Tennis Conference


The Tennis Conference is organized by USTA Middle States as an opportunity for tennis teaching professionals, directors, volunteers, non-profit organizers and others in the industry to come together for a day of education and networking. 


This fall, industry professionals from across the country will gather for the event. Speakers include USTA CEO and Executive Director Lew Sherr, USTA Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Marisa Grimes, multiple-time Grand Slam winner Liezel Huber and many others. Topics include Tennis Venue Services, implementing complementary racquet sports, social media to grow your business, and more.


USPTA and PTR credits will be awarded for participation. Take a look at the sessions and seminars from our 2020 conference HERE




DATE: October 21, 2022 (With an on-court Train the Trainers Adaptive Workshop on Thursday, October 20 at Hershey Racquet Club)


The Adaptive On-court Workshop will be conducted by Lisa Pugliese-LaCroix, Founder of Love Serving Autism. This program is designed for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 


In this workshop, you will learn these basic concepts and create a place for your players to learn, grow and achieve their potential.


LOCATION: West Shore Country Club | 100 Brentwater Rd, Camp Hill, PA 17011


TIME: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.



  • $50 per individual registration
  • $90 for two people from your organization
  • $110 for three people from your organization
  • $130 for four people from your organization
  • $150 for five people from your organization



QUESTIONS? Contact our Community Tennis Director, Renee Lentz at lentz@ms.usta.com
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