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Lee County Community Tennis Association
Lee County Community Tennis Association (LCCTA) promotes affordable tennis programs in 15 public tennis parks for all players regardless of race, age, gender, culture, income or physical abilities in Lee County, Florida. Our non profit ororganization enjoys the support and services of USTA and USTA Florida. LCCTA, with the help of Lee County Parks and Recreation Department, has provided all tennis programs in the Lee County Florida public tennis courts, including lessons, clinics, tournaments, and special events. Join us for some great tennis activities and also meet new tennis friends!
As a volunteer organization we not only help people play tennis, we also help build communities. And we have been doing it for over 65 years. Our mission is to promote & develop tennis for all!
Florida High School Tennis Coaches Alumni
The Florida High School Tennis Coaches Alumni was founded to assist high school tennis coaches in providing young players with the tools needed to make them successful on and off the court.
With more than 300 days of education annually and extensive online opportunities, USPTA offers the most comprehensive education program in the tennis industry. It provides unequaled opportunities for tennis-teaching professionals to improve their teaching skills and increase their business knowledge. The Association also serves as a forum for the exchange of information, ideas and experience among its members.
Professional Tennis Registry
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.
Now a two-week event annually showcasing one of the deepest fields of the year, the Miami Open has reached the next echelon in presenting an international sports extravaganza. With $13.0 million in prize money, equally distributed to the men and women, and all of the top players and media from all corners of the world covering the action every day, the Miami Open has earned its place in the world as one of the world’s largest tennis events, surpassed only by the Grand Slams.
United States Racquet Stringing Association
The United States Racquet Stringers Association is a worldwide organization of more than 7,000 racquet technicians, teaching professionals, racquet sports retailers, manufacturers and sales organizations, and tennis, racquetball, squash, and badminton enthusiasts.
Our mission is to educate all our constituencies to better understand, service, perform with, and enjoy the technological wonders known as racquets, strings, balls, courts, shoes, and stringing machines.
International Alliance of Racquet Technicians
The International Alliance of Racquet Technicians™ is an independent organization that seeks to support those with an interest in racquet service, with a primary focus on tennis. The IART was created when the original group, GSS (Grand Slam Stringers) was reorganized to encompass an International audience and as a result, was re-branded with the trademark name of the International Alliance of Racquet Technicians™. Bypassing the workshop format that other organizations were offering, the IART was the first organization to offer the industry a complete and comprehensive training “symposium” for racquet technicians from around the world.
International Tennis Federation
The International Tennis Federation (ITF), the world governing body of tennis, oversees the following five areas of the game: Administration and regulation; Organizing international competition; Structuring the game; Developing the game; &Promoting the game