The USTA has created a free digital platform to support high school tennis programs and coaches. The High School/Teams product serves the high school tennis coaches needs (roster management, scheduling practices, input matches and score entry.
Who is able to use the USTA’s High School/Teams product?
Currently, the High School/Teams product is in a Pilot phase. We launched for the Fall ‘2023 high school tennis season in 6 states. The six pilot states are Ohio, South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas, Nebraska and Wyoming. These states were chosen for their willingness to pilot the new product, provide feedback to help us make it something that all High Schools would want to use, and, of course, they had a Fall tennis season.
When will other states be able to use the USTA’s High School/Teams product?
As we continue to improve the USTA High School/Teams product from the feedback of the pilot states, we expect to open participation to additional states in time for the Spring 2024 High School Tennis season.
How can I get my State involved when you open it up to more states in 2024?
If you’re interested in using the USTA’s High School/Teams product you should reach out to your respective State High School Athletic Association to let them know you’re interested in participating and then email: HighSchoolTennis@usta.com for more information.
What kind of technical support can you expect when using a newly launched product like this?
The USTA fully supports all the software applications we provide to players, coaches and providers of all types. The High School/Teams product is no different. We ask that you first work with your state administrators, but if the problem is one that can’t be resolved at the state admin level, the USTA’s Help Desk widget is integrated into the product and can be reached for Help Articles, Opening Support Tickets and engaging in Live Chats for resolution.
Does the USTA have a plan to serve up High School tennis to parents with a way to see results, check standings and find upcoming schedules?
YES! As part of the High School/Teams product, the USTA also created a public-facing digital platform for players and parents to easily utilize to track practices, matches and standings. This all will help to facilitate the ability to conduct live scoring for high school tennis matches - score entry will occur right from the court.