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Denver Club Squash

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Welcome to the Denver Club. The Club has been a centerpiece of Denver's athletic and social scene since its founding in 1880.

Miami Open

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Considered one of the most prestigious titles in professional tennis, the Miami Open presented by Itaú has been awarded "Tournament of the Year" by the ATP in nine of the last 14 years. It has also be...

Considered one of the most prestigious titles in professional tennis, the Miami Open presented by Itaú has been awarded "Tournament of the Year" by the ATP in nine of the last 14 years. It has also been named "Tournament of the Year" by the WTA Tour.

The Miami Open presented by Itaú has become renowned for its colour, music and glamour, with regular fashion shows, live musical performances, stunts and parties.

USA Pickleball Association

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To organize and promote the growth and development of pickleball, not only on a national but an international level. This organization provides players with official rules, tournaments, rankings and p...
To organize and promote the growth and development of pickleball, not only on a national but an international level. This organization provides players with official rules, tournaments, rankings and promotional materials.

Tennis Industry Association

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The Tennis Industry Association’s mission is to increase tennis participation through the support of grow the game activities and image campaigns by working closely with the USTA and industry supporte...
The Tennis Industry Association’s mission is to increase tennis participation through the support of grow the game activities and image campaigns by working closely with the USTA and industry supporters. Since 1995, the TIA has been involved in these efforts and has kept the industry positively focused on working together to keep tennis in the #1 sport for traditional sports. The latest initiatives, Tennis Welcome Centers, continue to welcome new players to the game, the right way through introductory and follow-up programs. For example, Cardio Tennis, the “third way to play tennis,” adds an increased fitness element and focus on the workout. Visit GrowingTennis.com to see an overview on grassroot program initiatives.

Professional Tennis Registry

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PTR was founded in 1976, by world renowned coach Dennis Van der Meer.  Dennis saw the need to develop a universal language and progressions for tennis teaching. PTR Membership offers unparalleled educ...
PTR was founded in 1976, by world renowned coach Dennis Van der Meer.  Dennis saw the need to develop a universal language and progressions for tennis teaching. PTR Membership offers unparalleled educational materials, opportunities, career assistance and most importantly, worldwide recognition and respect.

Owensboro Daviess County Tennis Association

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Perseverance has yielded an unprecedented partnership.  The Owensboro Daviess County Tennis Association and the City of Owensboro have combined efforts to make a long-time vision of a new indoor tenni...
Perseverance has yielded an unprecedented partnership.  The Owensboro Daviess County Tennis Association and the City of Owensboro have combined efforts to make a long-time vision of a new indoor tennis facility a reality. Centre Court opened in April of 2015, featuring six indoor courts and nine outdoor courts. The massive tennis facility is nestled in the sports complex at Russell Shifley Park off Bittel Road—visible from the Bypass.

InnerCity Tennis

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For InnerCity Tennis (ICT) Board, staff and volunteers, it is all about the children. The center of our universe is creating the opportunity for children and youth to manifest their greatest potential...
For InnerCity Tennis (ICT) Board, staff and volunteers, it is all about the children. The center of our universe is creating the opportunity for children and youth to manifest their greatest potential – on and off court.  With staff, teaching professionals and dozens of invaluable volunteers, we collaborate to give each child a pathway toward accomplishment, whether that be with a tennis stroke, learning geometry via the court, developing a unique literary voice through the annual Arthur Ashe Essay Contest or finding fulfilment through service learning with younger children at our Super Saturday program. 

Engaging our Tennis Player Community / Community Collaboration 
We strive to activate our broader tennis community of adults to support youth development through volunteerism and donations to support programs.  Furthermore, we vigorously pursue strategic partnerships with community partners and businesses to harness collaborative impact and propel our program impact forward. 

Theory of Change
We know that participation in ICT youth programs can and does provide a transformational space wherein children and youth experience mastery in learning, empowerment, joy, new knowledge, supportive mentoring through professional and volunteer coaches and a foundation for lifelong health and wellness. Our Theory of Change addresses the complicated problems that far too many children in Minneapolis face: poverty, health disparities, the achievement gap, institutionalized racism, gender bias and the adverse childhood experiences that arise due to these conditions.  

Mission
We develop and unleash the potential of youth on and off the tennis court by engaging and serving a supportive community.

ITA Tennis

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The ITA is the governing body of college tennis, overseeing men's and women's varsity tennis at all levels - NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College - and over the past three d...
The ITA is the governing body of college tennis, overseeing men's and women's varsity tennis at all levels - NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College - and over the past three decades has worked hard to achieve its charter goals:
“To foster and encourage the playing of intercollegiate tennis in accordance with the highest tradition of sportsmanship and consistent with the general objectives of higher education.”
“To develop among the intercollegiate coaches a deeper sense of responsibility in teaching, promoting, maintaining and conducting the game of tennis.”
“To educate and serve those individuals and groups who are involved in collegiate tennis: junior and college players, their coaches and parents, and the at-large tennis public.”

United States Tennis Association - USTA

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The United States Tennis Association (USTA) is the national governing body for the sport of tennis and the recognized leader in promoting and developing the sport’s growth on every level in the United...
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) is the national governing body for the sport of tennis and the recognized leader in promoting and developing the sport’s growth on every level in the United States, from local communities to the crown jewel of the professional game, the US Open.

International Tennis Hall of Fame

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The International Tennis Hall of Fame preserves and promotes the history of tennis and celebrates its champions, thereby serving as a vital partner in the growth of tennis globally.
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