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What Is The USTA?

Founded in 1881, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) is a non-profit organization that is the national governing body for the sport of tennis in the United States. Its mission is to promote and develop the growth of tennis, which it does through two distinct business units:

What Does The USTA Do?

The USTA bases allocation of its financial resources to its various programs based on two levels of priority:

Level 1 Priorities (most important)

Level 2 Priorities

Who Runs The USTA?

The USTA is a volunteer-based organization led by a Board of Directors ("Board"), which is headed by a volunteer chair and president. To see the current Board members, visit the USTA's website.

What Does The Board Of Directors Do?

The Board establishes the organization's policies and priorities. Dozens of volunteer committees, which represent the USTA membership and serve the tennis public, assist in this process. The Board also employs an executive director (who is also chief operating officer) to manage the day-to-day operations of the organization, its offices, and its national staff.

Does the USTA Have Anything to Do With the U.S. Open?

The USTA owns and operates the US Open, which is the highest attended annual sporting event in the world. The US Open, held at the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing, NY, generates most of the revenue used by the USTA to promote and develop tennis nationwide.

Do I Need A Lawyer If I Have A Claim Against The USTA?

A sports lawyer or agent familiar with the USTA can give you detailed information about it. The USTA bylaws forbid discrimination against individuals in any form. Additionally, if you are injured while playing tennis at a tennis club or other site hosting a USTA-sponsored event, the USTA may be liable. If you have a dispute with the USTA regarding these matters or anything else, consult a sports lawyer immediately.

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Last Modified: 10-28-2011 02:04 PM PDT

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