The USTA has signed the United Nation’s Sports for Climate Action Framework. The USTA joins a group of international sports organizations that have committed to drive climate awareness and action in support of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
The Tennis Industry Association has retained an international trade, customs and export law firm to help tennis industry manufacturers with efforts to have proposed new tariff increases excluded on tennis equipment.
The 2019 Tennis Participation Report has been published and is available for Tennis Industry Association members. The 26-page report, produced by the TIA in partnership with the Physical Activity Council, includes the most recent data and trends through year-end 2018 for tennis participation, tennis interest, cross participation in other sports and more.
Universal Tennis, the world’s premier tennis platform, today announced that Anne Worcester, former WTA CEO & Connecticut Open Tournament Director, has joined the company as President.
The 2nd Annual Racquet & Paddle Sports Show will be Jan. 21-24 at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, Fla., featuring the latest in racquet sports products, demos, exhibits, education and much more.
The 12th Annual TIA Tennis Forum will be held on Monday, Aug. 26, on the Ballroom Level of the Grand Hyatt New York City from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
A new industry campaign designed to help consumers get the most out of their equipment has enlisted the help of some of the game’s biggest stars—including Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal. The tennis stars offer their advice on videos produced by and airing on Tennis Channel and social media channels, and in print ads in Tennis Magazine.
The Sports & Fitness Industry Association issued a statement Tuesday afternoon after President Trump announced a plan to impose up to 25 percent tariffs on an additional $300 billion worth of Chinese-made goods.
With more live matches and exclusive coverage than anywhere else, Tennis Channel and Tennis Channel Plus are the homes for Roland Garros.
Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) have partnered with 11 ITA-member institutions to offer prize money during the 2019 Oracle ITA Summer Circuit. At each of the 11 events, a total purse of $2,000 will be split evenly between genders.