I am a tennis player
Whether you've just picked a racquet for the first time, play regularly or haven't played in a while, you are a tennis player! Last year, one million New Englanders hit the courts - a 27% increase from 2019 to 2020*!
The U.S. Tennis Association of New England is here to help you find the best tennis opportunities for you. Explore this page to find a program or just to find a place to play near you!
Engage with us on social media all summer long using the hashtag #Iamatennisplayer.
We have dedicated staff members all over New England who are here to help with any questions you have. Here is a full staff directory. We are always happy to help!
If you'd like to stay connected with us and up to date on tennis programming near you, join our email list.
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.
Take it a step further - we have USTA memberships that help you stay better connected to tennis! There are a lot of great benefits to being a USTA member - especially now that junior memberships are FREE! Learn more here. You can always create a free account on USTA.com to unlock additional play opportunities without becoming a member.
Junior membership (18 and under) - FREE
Adult Membership (19+) - $44/year
JOIN US ON SOCIAL
We are celebrating this summer of tennis on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter! Post photos of you playing or take a fun picture with our 'I am a tennis player' pose (our players to the right are showing it off). Be sure to use the hashtag #Iamatennisplayer
Follow us for fun contests, giveaways, stories and more!
Meet some local tennis players:
More features to come!
* 2020 Physical Activity Council (PAC) Study on Sports and Physical Activity, administered by Sports Marketing Surveys USA.
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