Tennis Industry United is using the strengths and resources of industry organizations to promote tennis and ensure the continual growth of this sport —and this new Newsletter is helping to spread the word.
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Tennis Channel, ATP
Sign Major Rights Deal
In a major rights deal, Tennis Channel will become the exclusive U.S. television home for the majority of ATP Tour events, including ATP Masters 1000 and 500 events, Nitto ATP Finals, Next Gen ATP Finals, ATP Cup and most ATP 250s.
College tennis is the connective tissue for American tennis: an aspirational goal for juniors, a pathway to a career as a top pro or member of this industry, and a hub for community tennis. But college tennis needs your help, says ITA CEO Tim Russell.
The USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla., will host the 2023 NCAA Division I, II, and III Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships as part of a hybrid bid proposed by the USTA to bring all NCAA tennis championships to a single site.
USPTA Elite Professional Neely Zervakis of Seaford, Va., was presented the USPTA Elevate Award for her work with ACEing Autism and her successful junior programs at the McCormack Nagelsen Tennis Center.
Planning and executing a large capital improvement project doesn’t have to be daunting. USTA Facility Services can help with everything from construction document review to business planning for your venue. Sign up now for this free Oct. 22 webinar.
USTA-ITA College Tennis Chats: Florida’s Scott Stricklin
University of Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin talks with the USTA’s Andy Katz about leveraging team facilities as a revenue source, the relationship between the coach and their sport administrator, and Florida’s support of its two tennis programs.