The United States Tennis Association is committed to making every tennis experience an enjoyable and memorable one. To do so we rely on the thousands of dedicated volunteers, coaches, officials, members, independent contractors, consultants and staff who contribute in their way to each event or program. To ensure a safe and fun environment for all participants, the USTA has developed "Safe Play." Safe Play embodies the USTA’s commitment to respect and safety for every individual participating in a USTA event or program through the use of screening, education and reporting tools.  
The USTA expects individuals to adhere to Safe Play policies and standards, as well as all other USTA policies, procedures, and practices and applicable external laws and regulations. Safe Play consists of the following five requirements and standards:
Conduct, Policies & Guidelines
USTA Background Screening
Education & Training
Reporting  Misconduct, Maltreatment or Violations of Safe Play
Grassroots Engagement & Communication

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Important Info

This is the official statement issued by USTA in regards to continuation of suspended play. We will provide you with updates as they are posted. The official updates will be posted on the USTA SC web page. If you are playing on more than one team, you will receive this message multiple times.
April 13, 2020
Due to the continued situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus, and after discussions with the USTA Medical Advisory Committee, effective immediately the USTA will extend the suspension of USTA sanctioned products and events through May 31. This includes:
   •    Adult and Junior Tournaments
   •    USTA League
   •    USTA Junior Team Tennis
   •    USTA Social Leagues
   •    Team Challenge
   •    Team Tournaments
   •    USTA Schools programs
   •    Tennis on Campus
   •    Wheelchair events
Additionally, recognizing the evolving and fast-changing nature of this situation, the USTA will continue to monitor and assess conditions to make future determinations about events and activities taking place after May 31.
"The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across the tennis landscape, and it is our goal to ensure that the sport is able to be played in a safe and healthy fashion at the parks and facilities throughout the country once the pandemic subsides," said Patrick Galbraith, Chairman of the Board and President, USTA. "One of the greatest aspects of this game is that it fosters a true community, and we look forward to the time when we can return to our local courts and use tennis to unite us all, once again."
All Category 1 and Super Category 2 National Adult Tournaments with an ITF status, all ITF Junior events, all Junior, Adult and Wheelchair L1 - L3 events, and all USTA Pro Circuit and professional events will align with the same calendar as the ITF, ATP and WTA, and be suspended through July 12. The National Clay Court Championships, slated to begin on July 11, will proceed as scheduled, at this time.
The determination has also been made to suspend the calculation and publication of the National Standings List (NSL) for Adult, Junior and Wheelchair play until further notice. The NSL published on March 18 will serve as the most current until tournament competition resumes.
In addition, to ensure that play taking place at local facilities will be the focus once the pandemic subsides, the following events will be canceled for 2020:
   •    USTA League National Championships
   •    USTA Junior Team Tennis National Championships
   •    USTA Junior Intersectional Team Championships
For more information on the cancelation of the USTA League National Championships and USTA Junior Team Tennis National Championships, please visit the FAQ.
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., is currently closed to the public. The facility's Indoor Tennis Center has been converted to a temporary hospital for COVID-19 patients, while Louis Armstrong Stadium is being utilized as a commissary to facilitate the creation of meal packages that are being distributed to patients, workers and New York City school children.
The USTA National Campus, in the Lake Nona area of Orlando, Fla., will remain closed for play and instructional opportunities through May 31.
Any patron who wishes to cancel participation in a scheduled activity should contact the specific location for refund information. These policies will be in effect pending additional guidance or directives from each local governmental agency and the CDC. The USTA will continue to monitor and assess conditions to make future determinations about all activities at these facilities.

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What is Lowcountry Junior Team Tennis:  It is a USTA program for Kids to get active, have fun and make friends by playing tennis on a team. Lowcountry Junior Team Tennis allows kids to enjoy the sport for a lifetime from the very first day of play.

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Check out our photos of our Net Generation On Court Experience at the US Open 2019 on Arthur Ashe Court.  Twenty-four players from the Lowcountry were selected to participate from the Lowcountry JTT Program on August 28!  The players were able to practice leading up to the event at LTP DI which gave the players an opportunity to see and feel what a tunnel and stadium are like to help create a positive experience while at the US Open.  A lot of thank you's are due to LTP DI, Parents, Coaches, Players and USTA SC in helping to promote and make this day happen for the Lowcountry JTT Players.