Tennis Industry Association

The TIA's mission is to educate the marketplace, fund research and market intelligence, and supply this reliable industry data to its member companies. The TIA is the information source and clearing house for positive tennis news that is supplied to TIA members, tennis publications and the mainstream media in cooperation with the USTA.


United States Professional Tennis Association

Founded in 1927, USPTA is the world’s oldest and largest association of tennis-teaching professionals. With more than 14,000 members worldwide, USPTA offers unequalled opportunities for tennis-teaching professionals to improve their teaching skills and increase their business knowledge.


Professional Tennis Registry

PTR was founded in 1976, and its mission is to educate, certify and service tennis teachers and coaches around the world in order to grow the game.


Intercollegiate Tennis Association 

The ITA was formed in 1956, and consisted of fewer than 20 coaches of men’s NCAA Division I schools. Today, the ITA features over 1,500 coach members, 15,000 collegiate tennis players members and encompasses more than 1,000 college tennis programs.


National Intramural Racquet Sports Association

The mission of the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association is to provide for the education and development of professional and student members and to foster quality recreational programs, facilities and services for diverse populations.


National Recreation and Park Association

The mission of the National Recreation and Park Association is "To advance parks, recreation and environmental conservation efforts that enhance the quality of life for all people."  If you would like more information on the state affiliate where you reside, please select from the following states: Illinois, IndianaMichigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.  



American Tennis Association

The ATA started making history in 1916 as the oldest African-American sports organization in the country.  Today, it serves an important role in the community using tennis not only as a competitive sport, but also to build life and leadership skills while promoting a lifetime sport.  In addition to the ATA, the Midwestern Tennis Association (MidTac) was formed as a non-profit organization to provide its Association members with the opportunity to participate in tennis events and related activities throughout the Midwest.

International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association

The IHRSA is a trade association serving the health and fitness club industry.  IHRSA's mission is to grow, protect and promote the health and fitness industry, and to provide its members with benefits that help them be more successful.

National High School Coaches Association

The NHSCA was founded in 1989 as a non-profit organization dedicated to providing leadership and support to high school coaches and their programs.  The NHSCA recognizes coaches as tremendous centers of influence, and they have an obligation to act as professionals at all times.  If you are interested in locating High School Tennis Associations in the USTA/Midwest Section, please select from the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.


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