» Community Tennis

Tennis is for anyone and everyone. There are a variety of ways to bring tennis to your community, and get more people playing the sport of a lifetime.




Tennis Play Days are designed for various levels of players to participate in a fun, low pressure, yet competitive setting. A 2-3 hour tennis Play Day allows kids to have multiple matches against a variety of players. Learn more about hosting a Play Day at youthtennis.com.



kids tennis club


A Kids' Tennis Club is a program that allows kids to sample tennis through supervised play and interactive activities. This program is a great way for kids to be introduced to tennis in a safe, open-play setting at schools, parks, youth centers and tennis facilities. Learn more about starting a Kids' Tennis Club at your organization by visiting youthtennis.com.





School Tennis - When you bring tennis to your school, the benefits transcend the boundaries on the court. The USTA offers resources to help grow tennis in schools that include teacher workshops, curriculum plans and equipment assistance. Learn more about bringing tennis to your school at usta.com/schools.




CTA LogoA Community Tennis Organization (CTA) is an organized group of volunteers who come together to support community tennis programs. These associations actively promote programs such as 10 and Under Tennis, USTA Jr. Team Tennis, USTA League, sanctioned tournaments and much more.

Registering your organization as a CTA offers many benefits including preferential access to USTA funding and grant opportunities, insurance coverage, discounted rates at USTA workshops and program support. Click here to learn more about getting started.