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Click on the following link for a printable version of the "USTA Guide for Community Tennis Associations." NOTE: the following PDF file is 1.9MB and 90 pages long and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader (click here to download). Please click here for the PDF version of the guide.

Definition
A Community Tennis Association (CTA) is defined as any incorporated, geographically defined, not for profit, volunteer-based tennis organization that supports or provides programs, to promote and develop the growth of tennis.

A Community Tennis Association is a tennis specific organization. It consists of an organized group of dedicated volunteers and professionals who unite to support tennis programs in their community. As an association, the group works to coordinate and maintain tennis programs that are open and accessible to all. These tennis enthusiasts may act as tennis advocates, program administrators, promoters, and fundraisers. Fueled by local volunteers, this nonprofit association exists to promote and develop the game of tennis in the community.

Community Tennis Associations bring tennis events and tennis programs to the community and its local residents. Local volunteers organize USA Tennis programs, tennis camps, carnivals, leagues, tournaments, and other tennis activities. CTAs are vital to tennis expansion since they provide the underlying support that ensures tennis will be a community activity for years to come.

Registration
Registering your CTA with the USTA enables you to be eligible for USTA funding and various resources. This includes scholarships, grants, training opportunities, program materials, website development, and much more.

To become a registered CTA, you must be an active USTA organizational member and have completed a CTA Registration Form that can be found Here. You must also fill out the Articles of Incorporation Form from the Sec. of State which can be found here.

 

 
 
 
 
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