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USTA Programs


Thank you for visiting this area of our web site. Whether you are a beginner or just want to improve your game, there are many opportunities available, thanks to USTA Tennis in Heart of America.

For more information, please contact a Missouri Valley Heart of America officer and we'll be glad to answer any questions, get you started on court or point you to the right program.

No matter your experienced or skill level, you can play tennis. The game of lifetime has options for any player, so simply find a program or activity below that suits you and get started!

Be a part of the action by joining the country's largest recreational tennis league – USTA League. Each year more than 350,000 players nationwide get on the court, have a good time, and step up their game.
USTA Flex Leagues are now in over 70 areas in 27 states. Click here to find a Flex League near you!
National Adult/Senior Age Division Tournament Tennis offers men and women the opportunity to individually compete in national sanctioned tennis tournaments.
Nick Taylor-Day 5 Dominance by US Quad TeamWheelchair Tennis
Wheelchair tennis players can participate in local wheelchair programs, wheelchair tournaments from the local to the international level, and integrate into local able-bodied programming.
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The USTA’s Tennis On Campus program is designed to provide college students with opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking, and rivaled competition through tennis without the rigors of a varsity program.



Spending too much of your time behind a computer screen? It’s time to get on the court and get playing. Here you’ll find tips, tools, and resources that will help beginners get started and advanced players step it up.
All the drive in the world to be a succesful player won't help if you don't know where you can play or have someone to sqaure off with. Take advantage of USTA finder applications to begin a better tennis experience today.
Fueled by local volunteers, USTA Community Tennis Associations (CTA) exist to promote and develop the game of tennis in the community and maintain tennis programs and services, guaranteeing that they are open and accessible to all.