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Hilton Head Island, SC - - Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) announced that it will hold its inaugural 10 & Under Tennis Conference February 15-17, 2013, on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Houston TX (October 16, 2012) - The United States Professional Tennis Association Competitive Player Development Conference will take place at the Academia Sánchez-Casal in Naples, Fla., Dec. 7-9. The conference will allow attendees to learn the Spanish method for developing players.
Houston, TX (October 10, 2012 ) - The United States Professional Tennis Association 10 and Under Tennis Conference will take place at The Downtown Club at The Met, Houston, Texas, from November 9-10. The conference is an opportunity to hear some of the industry’s leading experts speak on 10 and Under Tennis.
Cardio Tennis was a big part of the USPTA's Annual World Conference on Tennis in September at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa in Monterey, Calif.
TIA Cardio Tennis Manager Michele Krause, along with two National Cardio Tennis Speakers Team members, conducted a training workshop for staff and other professionals at the new Montgomery TennisPlex in Boyds, Md., on Sept. 14—the day before the facility had its Grand Opening celebration.
From USTA Reports -- United States Tennis Association (USTA) Player Development announced the release of 10 and Under Tennis Competency video resources to provide coaches, players and parents with a source on fundamental guidelines and skill proficiencies that young players, ages 10 and younger, should learn prior to progressing from one play format to the next.
The United States Professional Tennis Association honored those who stand out and go above and beyond in all aspects of the tennis industry, from tennis coaches to players to volunteers during its annual national awards breakfast today at the USPTA World Conference on Tennis. USPTA, the world's oldest and largest association of tennis-teaching professionals, is hosting its annual World Conference Sept. 16-21 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa in Monterey, Calif.
In October, Hilton Head Island, SC, will host two separate tennis industry events designed to provide educational opportunities to two different industry audiences to help grow the sport.
From Oct. 13 -14, the Tennis Industry Association (TIA) will hold its inaugural "Tennis Facility Owners & Managers Workshop.” Then, from Oct. 16 - 18, the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) will host its "Directors of Tennis Conference." Both events will be held at the Sonesta Resort.
HOUSTON, TX (Sept. 13, 2012) – The United States Professional Tennis Association Board of Directors and Search Committee has hired industry veteran John Embree as the new CEO/Executive Director. Embree will take the administrative reigns from Tim Heckler, who will retire at the end of the year, after 30 years in the position. Embree will begin transitioning into his role as of Oct. 1and will be relocating to the national office in Houston on Nov. 1.