Tennis Industry news & updates
June 2019
Monday, August 26
Grand Hyatt NYC
8:30am - 10:30am
TIA President, Jeff Williams appeared with Jolyn de Boer,
TIA Executive Director, at the United States International Trade Commission for hearings in Washington, DC on June 25th.
TIA President Jeff Williams was among more than 325 executives who testified on Capitol Hill this week in opposition to the proposed China tariffs. Many of those testifying told the committee that the 25 percent tariffs on roughly $300 billion in Chinese imports would essentially act as a tax on Americans and threaten jobs. The TIA retained Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg. read more

More information on the TIA’s efforts can be found at .

Latest News: At the G20 on 6/29, US delayed imposition of 25% tariffs as trade talks resumed with China - see more
Upcoming Industry Events...
US Open Series             
July 20-28 / Atlanta, GA / BB&T Atlanta Open
July 29-Aug.4 /Stanford,CA /Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic
Aug. 2-11 / Montreal, Canada/ Rogers Cup (men)
Aug. 3-11 / Toronto, Canada Rogers Cup (women)
Aug. 10-18 / Cincinnati, OH Western & Southern Opens
Aug. 17-24 / Winston Salem, NC Winston Salem Open
Aug. 26-Sept. 8 / US Open, Flushing Meadows, NY
  • Aug. 26  TIA Tennis Forum, New York, NY
  • Aug. 31-Sept. 3 / USTA Semiannual Meeting & Conference
A new industry campaign designed to help consumers get the most out of their equipment has enlisted the help of some of the game’s biggest stars—including Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal. The tennis stars offer their advice on videos produced by and airing on Tennis Channel and social media channels, and in print ads in Tennis Magazine. The “Up Your Game” campaign brings advice from a dozen top pros and leading manufacturers on their gear, new technology, the importance of new strings and other areas to help recreational players enjoy the game and play better.  >>Read more...
The TIA’s Webinar Learning Series will include educational webinars that touch on many segments of the tennis industry. The PTR and USPTA offer continuing education credits for those who attend the webinars. To play previous TIA webinars, please  CLICK HERE