A Sisterhood of Tennis:

Why the WTCA Matters to Me

By Dr. Erin Boynton, Medical Director Women's Tennis Coaching Association


Like the NSWTA, the WTCA believes in changing the culture of women’s tennis -- to teach young women that competition can be both fierce and fun, and that the better your teammate is, the better you are. The WTCA believes in empowering female leaders, and that the lessons they learn on the court will serve them in the boardrooms and university halls of their future. Read more




How To Give Back

By Judy Dixon

Over a year ago near Ludlow, MA, a group of USTA New England league teammates created a way to give back to the community. They formed a Western Massachusetts chapter of the National Junior Tennis League, the organization created by the USTA over 12 years ago to give inner city children a chance to learn to play tennis. There are currently more than 350 non-profit youth development programs like the Ludlow Tennis Club’s chapter in this country and they serve over 220,000 youth each year. And it is not hard to start one yourself. Read more