We are the USTA Mid-Atlantic

USTA Mid-Atlantic is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting tennis and its physical, social, and emotional health benefits. We envision a community where tennis is accessible and available for all people to play.

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“We have an enormous opportunity to use tennis as a way to impart meaningful change among individuals and communities and introduce the sport to so many more people. Our tennis campus will allow us to build something that will be transformative and unmatched in its ability to elevate and enhance lives, the community, and the entire Mid-Atlantic region.” 
– Tara Fitzpatrick-Navarro, Chief Executive Officer, USTA Mid-Atlantic

Our dedication to increasing access to tennis and to the livelihood of the region’s vibrant tennis community – from casual to competitive players and the underserved communities we seek to support – led us to an ambitious goal for a new tennis facility in the Mid-Atlantic.

Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI)

USTA Mid-Atlantic intentionally cultivates justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) in everything we do to provide an environment where staff and the tennis community can nurture self and group identities while cultivating empathy and respect for differences. We aim to center the needs of groups that have been historically excluded from tennis, in order to create accessible and inclusive opportunities that enrich all lives. Our JEDI vision is to be an inclusive organization that leverages different ideas and unique perspectives, committed to engaging the voices of our tennis community to foster equity and compassion for all.   

The USTA Mid-Atlantic Tennis Campus headquarters will be a best-in-class tennis facility and community gathering place. Our community first approach will allow us to build something that serves as much more than a place to play tennis, but rather a place that elevates and enhances lives, the community, and the entire USTA Mid-Atlantic region.

COMMUNITY

USTA Mid-Atlantic fosters social connections and uplifts neighborhoods and communities by creating fun opportunities for all people to connect and fulfill social and emotional needs through sport.

CHARACTER

By supporting tennis facilities, events, and programs USTA Mid-Atlantic creates opportunities for character building through a sport that continually teaches life-lessons and fosters good sportsmanship.

WELL-BEING

USTA Mid-Atlantic ensures that all who play tennis have the opportunity to benefit from long-lasting physical and social-emotional aspects of the sport.

8.3% of all people in the USTA Mid-Atlantic played tennis in 2021

That’s 1.3 million people playing tennis; the third highest percentage of tennis players per population compared to other areas of the U.S.

Continuous lncreases in Participants

Total number of USTA Mid-Atlantic Section tennis players has increased by nearly 5% every year since 2015

Double Digit Growth

Overall number of tennis players in USTA Mid-Atlantic Section grew 16% from 2019-2020 and is expected to continue to rise

Engaged and Loyal Members

USTA Mid-Atlantic Section members connect on and off the court and digital impressions on USTA Mid-Atlantic Section social channels totaled ~2 million in 2021 alone

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PROJECT ADVISORS

Stacey Allaster, Chief Executive Professional Tennis; United States Tennis Association

Raymond Benton, CEO; Junior Tennis Champions Center

Sean Buck, Vice Admiral; USNA

Taylor Chess, President, Development; Peterson Companies

Donald Dell, Co-Founder of the ATP

Mark Ein, Citi Open Chairman & CEO

Dan Faber, Executive Director; USTA Foundation

Henry Fonvielle, President; Rappaport

Craig Morris, Chief Executive Community Tennis; United States Tennis Association

Megan Moulton-Levy, Former WTA professional tennis player and General Manager, Player Development; Junior Tennis Champions Center

Stephanie Place, Active USTA Mid-Atlantic League Player

Kevin Reynolds, Regional President and Director of Sales; United Bank

Lewis Sherr, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director; United States Tennis Association

2022 USTA MID-ATLANTIC SECTION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Officers

President: Kathy Renzetti

Vice President: Margaret O’Bryon

Vice President of Development: Jenny Hein

Secretary/Treasurer: Tynika Wilson

USTA Delegate: Don Paitrick

At-Large

Doug Bond

Lynn Coddington

Segun Eubanks

Christopher Lee

Suzan Lumpkin

Nicole Montgomery

Joan Ray

Ismael Savadogo

Sally Travis

Chief Executive Officer: Tara Fitzpatrick-Navarro (ex-officio, non-voting)

“One of my goals is to work to make tennis more accessible to everyone and the new USTA Mid-Atlantic Tennis Campus will definitely have that impact on the greater community in the DMV and entire Mid-Atlantic region.”

Frances Tiafoe, professional tennis player from Hyattsville, Md., trained and played tennis in the Mid-Atlantic Section.

Learn more about USTA Mid-Atlantic Section lessons, leagues and programs

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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USTA Mid-Atlantic brings together ALL people to grow stronger, healthier and more connected through tennis. Our mission is to promote and develop the growth of tennis. Our vision is tennis in EVERY community.

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