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USTA New England Pro Power Series



The Pro Power Series is Back for 2021!

 

The relationship between USTA New England and the local USPTA and PTR chapters is stronger than it’s ever been. The three organizations have once again teamed up to host a free yearlong virtual education series focused on tennis providers beginning on January 27. The Pro Power Series will bring teaching professionals and coaches from New England and beyond together for networking and professional development during a time when it’s needed most.  

 

Upcoming webinars:

 

February 26, 2021 - Improving on Court Movement and Explosiveness with Dean Hollingworth
 
Register for Free

 

Check back soon for more dates and presenters

 

2021 Archived Webinars
 

January 27, 2021 - The Landscape of the College Tennis Recruiting Process with Tim Donovan (Watch here)

 

 

2020 Pro Power Series Archives

 

Click here to watch previous webinars. 

 

2020 Junior Power Series Archives

 

Click here to watch previous webinars.

 

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