A Community Tennis Association (CTA) is an umbrella organization that oversees tennis programs in a community. The CTA may run tournaments and offer clinics at various facilities. The CTA is a lobbying force for the community and often provides leadership, a consolidation of resources, continuity with public recreation programs and fund development.
To contact or locate a CTA near you, click here.
*This is only a list of CTAs and NJTLs that are registered on the CTA/NJTL website
Grants are available for CTAs wishing to incorporate. Follow this link for more information.
To view current and previous editions of the Community Tennis Association (CTA) Newsletter, click here.
Each CTA is encouraged to host a Recreational Coaches Workshop for its community. These workshops are designed for inexperienced coaches who are working with beginners' tennis programs in their area. For more information on the RCW program and a list of currently scheduled workshops, click here.
Thanks to donations from facilities and individuals, USTA New England has free used equipment (unstrung racquets and used balls) available for community-based tennis programs. For info, please contact Sarah Rice. To locate a certified racquet stringer, please visit www.usrsa.com.
USTA New England can provide a "USTA Guide for CTAs" manual. To request a guide, please contact Sarah Rice, USTA New England Community Tennis Assistant.
For information about forming a CTA, please contact the USTA Community Relations Manager for your area.
For an informational brochure (PDF document) on the USTA Master Liability and Accident Insurance Program for Community Tennis Associations (CTAs) and NJTL Chapters and Programs, click here.