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USTA Middle States COVID-19 Updates

USTA Middle States Statement on Programming (June 1, 2020)


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As of June 1, the national suspension of USTA tennis programming was officially lifted.


This means that moving forward, all determinations on programming in Pennsylvania and Delaware, along with parts of New Jersey and West Virginia, will be made by the USTA Middle States office.


As of now, USTA Middle States plans on slowly and safely welcoming tennis players back to USTA programming. This will happen on a case-by-case basis, based on local situations and in conjunction with government offices and local decision-makers.


Meanwhile, as facilities and organizations begin to reopen, we encourage all to view our Middle States Back to Tennis Best Practices, which communicate important tips, strategies, and suggested guidelines for reopening facilities and for players getting back on the court. We expect this to be a valuable resource for our many providers and players in the coming months. It will be updated regularly with new information and also includes the many guidelines, tips and assets developed by our national team.


As always, feel free to contact the USTA Middle States office with any questions and/or needs by emailing communications@ms.usta.com.



We are working to reschedule as many canceled and postponed tournaments as possible, so continue to check tennislink for updates.


Resources for Tennis Providers


As mentioned previously, our staff worked to organize Back to Tennis Best Practices, which communicates important tips, strategies, and suggested guidelines for organizations that are reopening. This incorporates information gathered locally in Middle States, and also through our national office.

The USTA Middle States Board of Directors and Staff