The tennis industry faces a very serious structural problem. For years the average age of tennis coaches has been steadily increasing. The industry has not been able to fill the metaphorical bucket with new blood. As a result the faces that represent tennis increasingly give the
“USTA Tennis On Campus (TOC) is designed to provide college students with a host of opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking and unrivaled competition through tennis—without the demands of a varsity program. The fun co-ed format is designed to accommodate all levels of play, and
As a USTA community representative my mission is to grow the game. As you can imagine much of my time is spent speaking to new and prospective players. Here are the 3 most common misconceptions about tennis that I hear as reasons not to pick up the
Here are the 5 best tips for new Adult League captains from past USTA Captain of the Year, Kathryn Kerby. 1. Choose the right Co-Captain: “One that has the availability to support you with different aspects in running a team such as organizing team practice,
San Benito County Police Activities League, in cooperation with the City of Hollister Park and Rec, started a brand new HITS program for the 2015 Spring Season. HITS, which stands for Honesty Inspiration Teamwork Sportsmanship, is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game while
Thousands of kids around the country get their first taste of tennis at their very own school. Schools tennis can be a great introduction to the sport as it is typically instructed by a trained physical educator and experienced in a group setting with friends!
This past fall over 90 children were given a chance to play tennis for free in their after school programs provided by Campus Kids Connection. Campus Kids Connection (CKC) offers after-school programming at 9 different sites through out Santa Cruz County. CKC was able to ingrate tennis