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New England

Get Out and Play

 

 

 

 

FIND A PLACE TO PLAY

Whether you're looking for a quick pick up game with your family or friends on free public courts or joining the community at a local tennis club, there are places to play tennis near you.

 

Court Locator


 

 

PLAY TENNIS SAFELY

Grab your hand sanitizer, water bottles, racquet and tennis balls. Check out this easy to understand poster and get out and play! 

 

View and Download Poster


 

 

NEW ENGLAND USTA PROGRAMS

USTA League (adults 18+)

USTA Adult Tournaments (adults 18+)

Adult Social Tennis Leagues (ages 18-40)

Junior Team Tennis (under 18)

USTA Junior Tournaments (under 18)

Tennis in the Parks - Kids (under 18)

 



USTA New England has compiled a list of resources to help tennis providers with the success of their programs and businesses.  Click here to explore. 

USTA New England Home


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