The following links are provided as a courtesy to high school coaches. The fact that a particular link is provided here does not mean that the USHSTA endorses or recommends that organization, or that the organization listed endorses or recommends the USHSTA.

National Organizations

American Sports Builders Association
Do you have questions about your courts? Are you opponents’ courts legal? Start here to find answers.

Intercollegiate Tennis Association
Governing body of college tennis

National High School Athletic Coaches Association
Offers information, insurance for high school athletic coaches

National High School Coaches Association
Offers two national tennis championships for high school teams and players.

Professional Tennis Registry
Commercial coaching organization that also offers a Scholastic Coach membership.

Society for Tennis Medicine and Science
Offers research on sports medicine and physiology specifically geared for tennis coaching and teaching

Tennis on Campus
Let your kids know there’s tennis after high school — even if they don’t play on a college team.

Tennis Industry Association
Primarily represents tennis manufacturers and other businesses in promoting the sport of tennis and growing participation. The TIA offers educational information, workshops, conferences and programs like Cardio Tennis. The TIA also has a very in-depth industry directory.

United States National Tennis Academy
Offers at-home study course leading to certification

United States Professional Tennis Association
Commercial coaching organization that also offers a Recreational Coach membership.

United States Racquet Stringers Association
Worldwide organization of more than 7,000 racquet technicians, teaching professionals, racquet sports retailers, manufacturers and sales organizations, and tennis, racquetball, squash, and badminton enthusiasts.

United States Tennis Association
The governing body of tennis in the U.S., offering a variety of resources for high school tennis coaches

This link takes you to a list of the USTA’s state high school tennis representatives. Scroll to the bottom of the page.

Universal Tennis Rating – Allows high school coaches to enter their players’ match results into a national database, which helps college coaches better evaluate potential players and give even recreational high school players a chance to play on a college team.

Women’s Tennis Coaching Association
Professional global organization formed to improve the knowledge of coaches working with female players.

State High School Tennis Coaching Organizations

Arizona Tennis Coaches Association

California Tennis Coaches Association

Florida High School Tennis Association

Georgia High School Tennis Coaches Association

Illinois High School Tennis Coaches Association

Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association

Iowa Tennis Coaches Association

Kentucky High School Tennis Coaches Association

Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association

Oklahoma High School Tennis Coaches Association

North Carolina High School Tennis Coaches Association

Northern Virginia High School Tennis Coaches Association

Ohio Tennis Coaches Association

South Carolina Tennis Coaches Association

Texas Tennis Coaches Association

Wisconsin High School Tennis Coaches Association

Professional Tennis Management Programs*

Berry College, Mount Barry, GA

Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA

Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI

Hope College, Holland, MI

Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY

Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC

San Diego State University,  (online Master’s degree)

Tyler Junior College Tennis Tech, Tyler, TX (Associate’s degree)

University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL

*Colleges and universities that offer degrees in tennis management. Let your players know about these.

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