Adaptive Tennis National Community Service Award Nominations Open

USTA Adaptive Tennis Committee | March 01, 2020

The annual USTA Adaptive Tennis National Community Service Award recognizes a program that has demonstrated continued excellence, dedication, and service in tennis for individuals with disabilities. 


A program must have had three years of active involvement providing tennis to individuals with disabilities to be eligible for the award, which is presented at the USTA semi-annual meeting during the US Open in early September. 


Nomination forms are now open and are due on April 29. For more information on the award and to access the 2020 nomination form, please click here.

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