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New Adult 18-39 Program Grant


The USTA wants to pilot a TEAM Up Event in your area! Team UP Events are for players who want a fun, social, and short competitive play opportunity. Participants get to play multiple matches against players of similar skill. You can also consider a theme. SEE MORE> Read More
 

USTA Junior Team Tennis League Coordinator New Team Incentive Plan


USTA Chicago is rewarding Local League Coordinators for recruiting new players to be active, have fun, and make friends by playing tennis on a team! See next page for more information> Read More
 

2017 Community Tennis Association Grant Application


GRANT PURPOSE The Community Tennis Association Grant is available to those eligible Community Tennis Association’s seeking to start new or expand existing USTA or USTA/Midwest Section programs. See next page for application and more info> Read More
 

Midwest Tennis Foundation Launches New Website, Grants


The Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at www.MidwestTennisFoundation.com! The website features grants and scholarships for tennis players of all ages and abilities, inspirational stories and numerous ways to give back to tennis. What are you waiting for? Check out this great new website and apply for a 2015 grant TODAY! Read More
 

Blended Line Grants Now Available


USTA and the USTA/Midwest Section have grant money available to reimburse up to 75% of the cost of adding blended lines, permanent 36’ and 60’ courts, and other unique youth tennis courts. Now is the time to convert your courts! Read More
 

Play Midwest Youth Team Tennis!


Midwest Youth Team Tennis is the largest youth tennis program in the Midwest. It has been developed to give children the opportunity to play tennis as a team sport just like other youth sports. The Midwest Youth Team Tennis program uses a modified format called QuickStart Tennis. Everyone plays, everyone has fun, and everyone wins! Read More
 
 


 
 
 
 
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