The USTA is committed to offering high quality training workshops that prepare coaches, pros, instructors, P.E. teachers, and after-school tennis providers to give players an exceptional tennis experience.
TO FIND DESCRIPTIONS FOR WORKSHOPS THAT BEST FIT YOUR NEEDS, CLICK HERE, EMAIL THOMAS FANJOY WITH USTA TN OR VISIT USTA PLAYER DEVELOPMENT WEBSITE.
USTA On-Court Workshop
SCS - Cordova Elementary
Conducted by Jeff Smith, Tyler Strong & Thomas Fanjoy
USTA Southern and USTA Tennessee
Awesome coaching support resources at Coach Youth Tennis! Check out the newest USTA Resources available to you, including program how-to's, lesson plans, videos, tips, drills and more! See resources.usta.com
To ensure a safe and fun environment for all participants, the USTA has developed "Safe Play." Safe Play embodies the USTA’s commitment to respect and safety for every individual participating in a USTA event or program through the use of screening, education and reporting tools. To make certain you are up-to-date, click here.
School Tennis Workshops
Free 3-hour teacher workshops designed to show physical educators and extracurricular program leaders how to conduct a quality tennis unit and activities for Kids Tennis Club. The workshop also includes class management techniques, basic tennis skills, station activities, supervised play formats, and Tennis Skillastics activities.
Workshop attendees will receive a certificate of attendance and a participant guide. The School/After School Tennis Workshop often meets school district requirements for continuing education credits.
Representatives from USTA Tennessee teach PE teachers fun tennis games and activities to use with people of all ages. The teachers are shown how to safely introduce the lifetime sport to their students without tennis courts or a large amount of equipment. It is a very active program in which the teachers participate in all of the games and drills. To apply for a workshop, you must click here and apply for a profile. For more information on school tennis contact Thomas Fanjoy.