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WTA Tennis




Looking for ways to promote or get involved in tennis on your campus?

December 20, 2006 03:51 AM

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Here are some successful campus formats and three areas where we can help you:

Intramural tennis

We recommend using a team-type format, preferably the World Team Tennis (WTT) format to run your campus tennis program. Here are a few reasons why: It has been proven to be successful on campus, students love it once they try it, it promotes team camaraderie, it’s social, and most of all, it’s fun!

Club Tennis

Club Tennis is a great way for players who are not playing varsity tennis to play and practice on a team and play in big events against other colleges! Most of all it’s fun, no stress, flexible and fits into the college student’s schedule. You want more than that? How does a Sectional championship or a spring break road trip to play in a National Championship grab you? It’s all here, and not only will we help you get started; we’ll be there for your team along the way!

Some schools in Wisconsin that have Club Teams are: UW-Whitewater, UW-Milwaukee, Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Let’s get your college started!


By using a game-based approached and a fun atmosphere, students learn this lifetime sport for PE credit or an extracurricular experience. You need not have an expert on staff. Contact Steve Wise, 262-334-3601, or steve@midwest.usta.com for more information.