tsts

USTA Membership Link

10 and Under tennis link

Tennislink page link

USTA Texas
8105 Exchange Drive
Austin, TX 78754
512.443.1334 (Phone)
512.443.4748 (Fax)

 


USTA Texas Twitter page link

USTA_Texas

USTA Texas YouTube page link

 

My Tennis Story

 

Share your tennis story with USTA Texas

 
Do you have tennis news or a tennis story you want to tell? The My Tennis Story link at www.texas.usta.com is the place to tell the world about your big ZAT or National Open win? Did your team just win the league title or have you reached a big milestone in your tennis career? These are excellent examples of what we are looking for.

 

Click here to submit your story the USTA Texas website. Please send stories as Word attachments and attach all pictures as JPGs. Submissions and pictures are subject to cropping and editing. Thanks and we look forward to sharing your story. 

 

Latest News

Junior Travel Grants Offered by Foundation


The Texas Tennis and Education Foundation is now accepting applications for the Junior Competitive Player Travel Reimbursement Grants. The purpose of the grants is to assist competitive junior players with their travel expenses to National Junior Tournament scheduled events or ITF scheduled events. Read More
 

Foundation Offers Scholarships to Support Academics


The Texas Tennis and Education Foundation is currently accepting scholarship applications for the Ben Ball, Harold Green, Marti Rodriguez Memorial and for its education foundation scholarships. A total of 15 recipients will be selected and awarded $1,000 grants towards their college education for the 2016-2017 school year. Read More
 

Winners Announced for Texas NJTL Art Contest


In the second annual USTA Texas NJTL Art Contest, over 200 youth from around the state submitted entries depicting how tennis has made its mark on them. This year’s competition featured 10 different divisions, each competing for the chance to win tickets to the U.S Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston. Read More
 

Steve McMillen Family Named Family of the Year


The 2015 USTA Texas Section Family of the Year award was given to the Steve McMillen family, for their tireless contributions to Texas tennis. The McMillen family was presented with the award at the joint USTA Texas and USPTA Texas Division awards banquet in Horseshoe Bay, Texas. Read More
 

Young Professional League Rides Into Cowtown


There’s a new coed social tennis program in Cowtown geared specifically toward the young professional. Read More
 

Tennis Gala to Benefit Houston Youth


The Houston Tennis Association and Tennis Express will present the Game Set Match Gala and Tennis Fashion Show Thursday, February 11, at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Galleria, 2222 W. Loop South, in Houston. The event raises funds to support the Houston Tennis Association National Junior Tennis & Learning youth development programs, which provide free tennis and educational classes and scholarship opportunities. Read More
 

Club de Tenis San Rafael


Participants had a great time at the Club de Tenis San Rafael activities at the St. Raphael Church festival in Houston earlier this month. Read More
 

Vive tu Vida Hispanic Family Event Promotes Physical Activity


Vive tu Vida Get up! Get Moving! is a yearly Hispanic family event that promotes staying active physically along with healthy lifestyles across the nation. Vive tu Vida was held in Dallas at Kiest Park early in September. Read More
 

2015 LGBT Texas Open - Oct. 2-4


Join the Oak Lawn Tennis Association (OLTA), as we host the 35th anniversary of the Texas Open 2015 in Dallas, Texas, October 2nd-4th. The Texas Open 2015 is holding several events for both men and women, including Mixed Doubles. The Texas Open 2015 is the oldest LGBT tennis event in the U.S. and one of over 70 GLTA-sanctioned tournaments on the GLTA World Tour 2015. Read More
 

Accepting Applications for 2015 Community Development Awards


USTA Texas is now accepting applications for the 2015 Community Development Award recipients. Awards are awarded to applicants who portray excellence in the tennis community through individual and organization/program awards. Read More
 

Print Article Email Article Newsletter Signup Share
 
Newsletter Signup
 
 
 
 
Close