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Register for 2018 Tennis Teachers Conference in NYC

Join industry professionals and colleagues for the 2018 Tennis Teachers Conference, which will be Aug. 24-27 at the Grand Hyatt New York. The event, which is presented by the USTA and the USPTA and also will serve as the USPTA World Conference, will feature educational sessions from more than 30 world class speakers, along with on-court sessions at Sportime at Randall’s Island.

Apply for Fourth 'Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge’

The fourth edition of the popular Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge will take place during the racquet & paddle sports conference in Orlando, Jan. 23-25. Presented by the Tennis Industry Association, the Innovation Challenge is a “Shark Tank”-like competition to identify the most innovative and creative product or service in the tennis industry.

Orlando Racquet, Paddle Sports, Facility Conference to be Jan. 23-25

Reserve now for the new industry conference that will be Jan. 23-25 in Orlando, which will expand upon and include the TIA’s popular Tennis Owners & Managers Conference. The new “racquet & paddle sports” conference will include an added focus on facilities, innovation and technology. It will also include demo day, with manufacturers and innovators displaying new product for attendees to playtest on the courts at the USTA National Campus.

TIA Tennis Forum Set for Monday, Aug. 27, in NYC

Don’t miss the 11th annual Tennis Industry Association Tennis Forum, which will be at the Grand Hyatt New York on Monday, Aug. 27, the first day of play at the US Open. The Forum will be from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

PHIT Act Passes the House, Now Moves to Senate

In a major step to help overcome the “Inactivity Pandemic” and improve the health of Americans, the U.S. House of Representatives late this afternoon passed the Personal Health Investment Today (PHIT) Act by a bipartisan vote of 277-142. The PHIT Act now moves to the Senate for consideration.

USTA, ATP, WTA Implement Rules Innovations at Summer Events

The USTA, ATP and WTA announced that a series of in-game innovations will be implemented at a number of events taking place within the United States and Canada throughout the summer, including at the 2018 US Open.  These rule changes were a result of collaboration and consultation between all three organizations, and are aimed at increasing pace of play and ensuring a consistent set of enforcement standards.

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