Community Tennis Associations
Fueled By Volunteers
Community Tennis Associations are created to promote and develop the game of tennis in a community. Fueled by volunteers, this group coordinates and maintains tennis programs and services in a community that is open and accessible to all. A USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA) is "any incorporated, geographically defined, not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization that supports or provides programs which promote and develop the growth of tennis."
Registered CTAs are eligible to gain access to a variety of different benefits provided by the USTA. Your association, as well as members, will be given the opportunity to qualify for many different grants and awards as well as scholarships for college.
The USTA provides a Facility assistance program that provides grants and awards to registered CTAs for facility improvements and construction projects.
Students that are participating in a registered CTA program are given priority consideration for college, player and textbook scholarships.
All registered CTAs are eligible to make discounted purchases from partnered leading tennis manufacturers.
Website and Marketing
All registered CTAs can receive free access to web development resources as well as access to the Community Ad customization website to create custom advertisements.
To get a registered CTA started in your community, access our Community Tennis Association Guide.
Learn how to get a CTA in your community off the ground and on its feet.