The Mission of the Wisconsin Tennis Association (WTA) is to promote, develop and service the game of tennis in the USTA Wisconsin District. Our charter is to focus on the establishment of competitive, developmental, educational and recreational programs for individuals of all ages and skill levels without regard to race, creed, color or national origin. The USTA Wisconsin District also promotes health, character, fair play, sportsmanship and social responsibility through tennis.
We are one of 13 District associations representing five Midwestern states and portions of two others. We are governed by the USTA/Midwest Section out of Indianapolis and our national USTA parent based in White Plains, NY.
The Wisconsin Tennis Association (WTA) is a non-profit organization that is the governing body of all USTA tennis play in the Wisconsin District and has guided Wisconsin Tennis activities for over 80 years. The WTA services over 200 member organizations and over 11,000 individual members.
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