The USTA Southern Advocacy effort is aimed at connecting the passion of USTA members and the larger tennis community with the public policy needs of the communities in which they live. We know that tennis is a sport that can change lives and improve communities, and this website is just one of the tools the USTA and USTA Southern have developed to help make that happen across the country.
Your USTA Southern tennis service representatives (TSRs) can help communities turn dreams into reality through the USTA Public Facility Assistance Program. Whether you're trying to figure out how to advocate for tennis in your parks, schools or on a college campus, there is help for everyone.
USTA Public Facility Assistance
Are you looking for assistance with the maintenance or construction of tennis courts? Just follow these simple steps to get started!
STEP 1: Review the USTA Facility Assistance Process Overview.
A National Advocacy Consultant will contact you within 10 business days to discuss your project and develop a more extensive maintenance or construction plan.