Tennis creates community, character and well-being

USTA Mid-Atlantic tennis creates opportunities

Let me tell you about Andrea. Andrea has been playing tennis since she was three years old. She is in the 6th grade and lives with her parents and younger sister in Washington, D.C. near Howard University.

“Tennis has given me a lot of life skills,” Andrea shared. “I have learned determination, how to handle adversity, the importance of standing up for myself and doing what’s right. Tennis makes me feel brave and like I can do anything!” Help more youth players gain this confidence on court and make a gift to support the Mid-Atlantic Youth Player Scholarship.

Andrea and Andre Scholarship Highlight Photo

Tennis Creates Character

USTA Mid-Atlantic Junior Scholarship in Action

Read a testimonial to the Mid-Atlantic Junior Scholarship program from a past recipient, Grace T., who used her scholarship to advance her tennis dreams. 

Mikeal C. always knew he wanted to excel in tennis. He turned to tournaments to help achieve his goal, and when expenses continued to rise the Mid-Atlantic Junior Scholarship program helped him stay in the game.

support the junior player scholarship

The USTA Mid-Atlantic Junior Player Scholarship program helps with expenses so that more kids can play and you can show your support by donating to keep kids in the game. 

USTA Mid-Atlantic Section, Inc. is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 54-1472806. All donations made to USTA Mid-Atlantic Section Inc. are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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