Tennis has the power to create...


“The biggest lesson I am learning from tennis is to always be fair,” says 11-year-old Deoz. “You learn to call the ball in or out and that being fair is most important, even in close matches.” Read more about Deoz’s story here. 


“Every time I pass by the courts, people are there – they are in constant use,” says Dr. Shannon Kennedy, president of Rappahannock Community College. “Our courts are bringing the community together, creating comradery and instilling a sense of pride.” Read more about their courts here!


“Playing tennis, I have met so many exceptional ladies who I am now lucky to call friends… I honestly can’t imagine my life now without tennis,” says Kristy Seredni, a 2.5 League player in Richmond, Va. Read more about her journey here. 

Why Your Support is needed

Do you remember the first time you stepped onto a tennis court to play in a match or the moment when you realized your tennis team was really your tennis family? Tennis is more than just a sport, it facilitates connections and has the power to bring communities together in positive ways. 

Give others the chance to experience the transformative power of tennis. Make a gift to grow tennis in the Mid-Atlantic.

What Your Support Means

In the Mid-Atlantic, tennis creates community, character, and well-being and your gift helps make it possible for EVERYONE to experience the benefits it has to offer.

Your generous gifts:

  • Provide scholarships to youth players so they can gain the character building benefits of the sport.
  • Help refurbish or build tennis courts that stimulate communities.
  • Support programs that deliver essential physical, social, and emotional health benefits through the sport.

Bring tennis to all!

Make a gift and help bring the lifelong benefits of tennis to ALL in the Mid-Atlantic Section. Donate today!

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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