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Cardio Tennis on the Schedule at 2013 USPTA World Conference

TIA Cardio Tennis Manager, Michele Krause, will travel with members of the Cardio Tennis Trainer's team to Orlando, FL, to provide 2013 USPTA World Conference attendees access to free Cardio Tennis and TRX Cardio Tennis morning workouts, in addition to an opportunity to become Licensed Cardio Tennis and TRX Cardio Tennis professionals at paid trainings available on September 23 & 28, 2013.

USPTA, PTR and USPTA to Collaborate on Developing a Coaching Education Curriculum to Develop Youth

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today announced that it is developing an educational curriculum, consisting of a series of courses and workshops, that focuses on the development of young players. The USTA will work in collaboration with the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) and the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA), in developing the curriculum, which will serve as part of the  pathway to PTR and USPTA certification.

Tennis Show, TIA Tennis Forum on Hiatus This Year; Will Return in 2014

The Tennis Show, which debuted in New York City last year just before the US Open, and tied into the 2012 USTA Tennis Teacher’s Conference, will not be held in 2013. However, the Tennis Show will return to New York in 2014.  The TTC, also on hiatus for 2013, will resume in 2014 with expanded plans to provide the best possible learning experience for tennis teachers and coaches.

USPTA and Emirates US Open Series Announce Collaboration

The United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) and the USTA have joined forces to make the Emirates Airline US Open Series available to the USPTA and its members. The partnership is modeled after other successful agreements already in place in Stanford, New Haven and Cincinnati. The goal is to develop partnerships in the other Emirates Airline US Open Series cities and use the Series to promote tennis and the USPTA.

Using TIA Research to Boost Your Biz

Like any business, you need to use all the tools you have to get ahead, including industry research, such as the recently released 2013 edition of the “State of the Industry” report. Here a few of the key findings of the report and what they may mean for tennis providers. (You’ll find more analysis of the research in a story in the upcoming July issue of Racquet Sports Industry magazine.)

To learn more about industry research and reports available, visit TennisIndustry.org/Research or email research@tennisindustry.org.

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