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Join now for a fun way to meet new people and improve your game. We offer five convenient locations throughout New England.  Learn more
Find out how New England juniors performed at the Sectional Doubles Championships last weekend at Harvard University.  Read more
USTA New England hosted its most successful Org. Member Summit to date on April 14 at Longwood Cricket Club in Chestnut Hill, MA.  Read more
Read all about USTA New England's 2016 Hall of Fame Class. The ceremony will be held on June 11 in Newport, RI.  Read more
Six New England Tri-Level Sectional Champions had the unique opportunity to compete in the BNP Paribas Open Tri-Level... Read more
Sasha Wood earned a Gold Ball and Peter Conklin earned a Bronze Ball. Find out how the rest of the New England juniors fared... Read more
 
 
 
 

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USTA New England is a non-profit organization with the mission,

 "To Promote and Develop the Growth of Tennis".

 

Our membership now boasts more than 31,000 individual members and more than 400 organizational members. 

 

All USTA member dollars help to promote tennis at the local level. Each year, grants are awarded to assist organizations in initiating or expanding tennis programming. 

 

These grants are used to develop and grow instructional programs and/or organized league play for people of all ages, abilities and populations and  for the purchase of needed tennis equipment.

Contact us: 508-366-3450 or view staff directory

 

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