Questions And Answers
What is a Community Tennis Association?
USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA) is “any incorporated, geographically defined, not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization that supports or provides programs which promote and develop the growth of tennis.” As an association, the group works to coordinate and maintain tennis programs and services; guaranteeing that they are open and accessible to all. These tennis enthusiasts may act as advocates, program administrators, promoters or fund-raisers. Fueled by local volunteers, they exist to promote and develop the game of tennis in the community. “There are nearly 1,000 registered USTA Community Tennis Associations across the United States. Charged with developing and promoting tennis at the grassroots level, many of these organizations partner with their communities to help grow tennis at the local level. For more information on Community Tennis Associations contact Jackson West-TN Tennis Association at: email@example.com
What is league tennis?
League tennis is a team sport, which offers players of all ages and abilities to play other teams of like ages and abilities.
What if I don’t know anyone who plays tennis, but I want to participate in a league?
A Jackson West-TN Tennis Association can help players find a team or match up teams looking for players. You may also contact USTA league coordinators to let them know you would like to find a team.
Where do I find the official rules for tennis?
The Rules of Tennis The Official Handbook of Tennis Rules and Regulations (including The Code), Friend At Court are essential pieces of equipment for every tennis player. The latest editions are now available, and include the most recent Rules, Regulations and Code changes. You can purchase them from the USTA at http://www.ustashop.com/
Or you can download them here:
Friend at Court 2019