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USTA Names Recipients of Annual Awards

he United States Tennis Association today announced the winners of its Annual Awards presented at the USTA Annual Meeting and Conference, held March 17-19 at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa Carlsbad, Calif. The honorees were recognized for their dedication to growing the game at an awards luncheon.

Nominate For the USTA Outstanding Facility Awards

Do you know an outstanding tennis facility in your area? Do you work at or manage a facility that you feel deserves national recognition? Apply now for the 37th annual USTA Outstanding Facility Awards program. There is no fee to apply, and the deadline for nominations to be submitted is April 16. To apply, visit usta.com/facilityaward.

Special Invite to Join Cardio Tennis Instructor Network

Now through the end of May, in support of Play Tennis Month, tennis providers can join the Cardio Tennis Instructor Network for $100, which is half price for first-year membership. Visit CardioTennis.com to see all the benefits, resources and discounts and to sign up.

Rally the Industry! Support 'Play Tennis Month'

To help showcase this sport and all its great benefits, industry partners have come together to promote the month of May as “Play Tennis Month.” This national and local promotion will key on helping people to get moving and playing tennis. The goal for the month is for Americans to burn a combined 10 million calories on the tennis court in Play Tennis Month activities.

Tennis Industry Rallies For ‘Play Tennis Month’ in May

Tennis industry partners are working together to promote May as “Play Tennis Month” to help showcase the sport of tennis and associated health benefits. Thousands of tennis programs and events will be held around the country, with a goal of helping to get people moving and playing tennis, the No. 1 sport for a long and healthy life.

USTA National Campus Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

The USTA commemorated the one-year anniversary of the USTA National Campus, which officially opened on Jan. 2, 2017, in Lake Nona in Orlando, Fla., as the new “Home of American Tennis.”  In its inaugural year, nearly 200,000 players visited the groundbreaking facility, with more than 100 international, national and local tournaments held throughout the year. 

Cardio Tennis Participation Surges In Latest National Survey

More and more Americans are choosing Cardio Tennis, a high-energy group fitness workout that combines the best features of tennis with cardiovascular exercise, as their means to get healthy and fit. In the latest national survey of 118 sports and activities, Cardio Tennis was ranked No. 1 in year-over-year growth in terms of participation.

Tennis Health & Wellness Task Force Named

Members of the new Tennis Health & Wellness Task Force have been named recently by chair Dr. Jack Groppel, who is the Health & Wellness Advisor for the tennis industry. The industry-supported task force will help spread the message of health, fitness, wellness and tennis to Americans of all ages.

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