Together, for Tennis
August 31, 2021
The tennis industry has come together as Tennis Industry United to help drive the growth of this sport. Tennis Industry United has developed educational, downloadable, and customizable resources and information—including this biweekly newsletter—to help our local tennis advocates promote the benefits of tennis, attract new players and re-engage past players, and help drive greater diversity and inclusion in tennis participation. Together, for tennis.
Download the Tennis Advocacy Handbook.
Download D&I Engagement Guides.
2021 US Open
Follow All the Action at
Check out all the US Open scores, news and results, play schedules, draws, player info, videos, photos, ticket info, official merchandise and more.
Track Players, Scores and More with the US Open App
Download the US Open App to cheer on your favorite players, track the latest scores, stats, match highlights, player news, and more. Available in the App Store and Google Play.
Take the Open’s Virtual Grounds Tour
Think you know the US Open grounds? Think again! Check out the US Open Virtual Grounds, where you can shop, stream live practices, play games and join a scavenger hunt each day for a chance to win tickets!
Enjoy the Official 2021 US Open Program
Even if you can’t attend this year’s US Open, stay connected to the world’s premier tennis event with the 2021 US Open Tournament Magazine—the official program. The Tournament Magazine is chock full of photos and articles from the world’s top tennis writers.
Tennis Providers
Tips for Welcoming
New Players
Create the ultimate experience for new players entering the sport by “rolling out the red carpet” and welcoming them to your facility and programs, in this webinar hosted by coach, educator, and author Kirk Anderson.
All About Adaptive Tennis
Tennis can be adapted so that everyone can participate—of any age, environment, and social, intellectual, or physical ability. Find out more about Adaptive Tennis, curriculum, grants, programs and more, including an Adaptive Tennis Engagement Guide.
Tennis in the News
2021 TIA Tennis Industry Participation Report
The latest research shows tennis participation in 2020 surging in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Long-term trends still highlight ongoing challenges, such as declining play occasions and fewer core participants.
U.S. Coaches to Access ITF Academy Education
The USTA has entered into an agreement with the International Tennis Federation to give U.S. certified coaches and teaching professionals access to the ITF Academy, the ITF’s official online education platform.
USTA Announces 2021 Outstanding Facility Awards
Twenty-five tennis facilities from across the U.S. and its territories have been named winners of the USTA's Outstanding Facility Award this year. The awards recognize excellence in construction and/or renovation.
Tennis Industry Events
Don’t Miss the USPTA World Conference, Sept. 19-23
There’s still time to register for the 2021 USPTA World Conference, Sept. 19-23 at the Westgate Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, offering educational presentations, on-court seminars, meetings, industry discussions, social events, awards presentation and more.
Tennis Research & Information
Register for the 2021 Tennis Industry Forum Sept. 14
Join the TIA, USTA, and Tennis Industry United for the latest updates on the industry, initiatives, and strategic priorities, along with key research and data that can help your business. Register for the Tennis Industry Forum, which will be Sept. 14 at 2 p.m. ET.
Participate in the USTA Research Challenge
You can play a significant role in growing American tennis by participating in the USTA Research Challenge and conducting valuable research into this sport. Submit your research proposals by Sept. 30. Questions? Email
Tennis Executives
USTA Southern Seeks Executive Director
USTA Southern is now accepting online applications for the position of Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer.
USTA NorCal Seeks Executive Director
USTA Northern California is now accepting applications for the position of Executive Director.
Climbing the Ladder to Success in Tennis
Looking for a job in tennis? Or are you an employer looking to hire? Check out Careers in Tennis, where you can search for jobs for free or post job or internship openings.
Tennis on TV
Keep Up on Tennis Channel Programming
Can’t get enough tennis? With live events, taped classics, and signature programming, check out what’s on Tennis Channel this week, including US Open coverage.