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Update: Try Tennis Free Brings in New Players

The TIA worked closely with industry partners, USTA, USPTA and PTR to launch a "Try Tennis Free" campaign for May 2015, and then continuing year-round. Industry research shows 65% of players who begin tennis in introductory programming continue with the sport. Facilities and certified tennis professionals were encouraged to sign up at and offer a free introductory program, such as a Play Day, Cardio Tennis, etc. to new and returning tennis players.


    TIA Research Shows Participation at 17.9 Million

    The soon to be published 2015 TIA State of the Industry report outlines key research to help tennis industry businesses and organizations. The TIA produces more than 70 annual research reports, and the State of the Industry analyzes this data to determine where this industry has been, where it is now, and where it is going. Here are some key data points from the current report. (The 2015 State of the Industry report is available starting at the “Industry” ($100) level of TIA membership. Visit

    TIA’s Comprehensive Business Directory Covers Industry Products, Services and More

    The Tennis Industry Association has recently updated its comprehensive online industry resource, the TIA Business Directory, designed to help quickly locate products, services, and information that tennis industry professionals and tennis players seek. The TIA Business Directory lists more than 10,000 tennis industry businesses. It can be accessed at by clicking on “Directory.”

    State of Industry Report to Value Tennis Economy at $5.73 Billion

    The TIA will soon be publishing the fifth edition of its annual State of the Industry report, which analyzes data from the previous year collected through the nearly 80 TIA surveys and research studies. The State of the Industry report contains important information that all segments of the tennis industry can, and should, use to help their business.

    Nearly 2,000 Tennis Facilities Offer ‘Try Tennis Free’ in Nationwide Campaign

    As the tennis-industry-wide “Try Tennis Free” national campaign passes the midpoint in the month of May, nearly 2,000 facilities across the country have signed on to offer free tennis sessions designed to bring non-players and former players into the sport. Consumers, particularly new or returning players, can visit or to find local facilities and tennis teaching professionals offering a free introductory session, lesson, clinic or other event.

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