New England

Tennis Weekend 2023



November 3-4, 2023

New England Tennis Weekend is our annual professional development conference for anyone who works or volunteers in our sport in New England. 

 

  • Friday, November 3 at Longfellow Wayland. $30 ticket includes attendance for on-court sessions, networking and light dinner.

 

  • Saturday, November 4 at The Verve Hotel in Natick, MA. $80 ticket includes attendance at all sessions, our annual awards luncheon, networking and access to vendor booths.

 

Registration is closed. 

 

Scholarships

Scholarship applications are now closed.  

 

Schedule/Agenda*

Friday, November 3rd, Longfellow Health and Tennis Club in Wayland, MA

 

  • 5:30pm: Registration and Networking
  • 6pm: Workshop Introduction
  • 6:30-8pm: On-court session - Serving Success: Utilizing Game-Based Coaching for All Players (Karl Davies, Ph.D.)

 

Saturday, November 4th, Verve Hotel

 

  • 7:45-8:45am: Women in Tennis Breakfast  (Must have a Tennis Weekend Registration to attend)
  • 8:45-10:15am: Breakout Session - School Tennis: Introducing Tennis In Any Space (Tony Stingley)
  • 10-11am: Vendor Exploration/Meet & Greet
  • 11-11:50am: General Session - Creating An Inclusive Culture Where Players & Employees With Diverse Abilities Can Succeed (Lisa Drennan)
  • 12-1:30pm: Lunch & Annual Awards Ceremony
  • 1:40-2:30pm: Breakout Session - High School Tennis - What To Teach In 72 Days Or Less (Gary Pina) 
  • 1:40-2:30pm: Breakout Session - Data & Tech Solution for Any Business with Moderator Justin Landis and Panelists: Anmol Wassan, Peter Hall, Ashley Owens & Alex Johannson
  • 2:40-3:30pm: Breakout Session - A New Model for Youth Tennis (Danielle McNamara)
  • 2:40-3:30pm: Breakout Session - The Importance of Mental Development for All Players (Eva Borras)

*Subject to change

Speakers & Sessions

We have a diverse group of speakers and sessions for this year's event!

 

Hotel Booking

Our hotel room block closed on October 12. If you would like to book a room at the standard rate, please click here

 

Sponsors:

Wilson

USPTA

PTR

Bridgewater State University - Professional Tennis Management Program

USTA Serve Tennis

CorpEvents New England

Grand Slam Tennis Tours

Electronic Scoring Systems LLC

CourtReserve

 

For sponsor and event questions, please contact Olivia Sweeney, Tennis Events and Brand Coordinator, at sweeney@newengland.usta.com or view our sponsorship information.

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