USTA Tennis: New mobile app helps players track progress, find tournaments, scout opponents

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The USTA released a new free tennis app which will give users access to a variety of resources, making it easier than ever for players to find play opportunities and improve their games. The app is called USTA Tennis and it is available in Apple App Store.

With the new USTA App, players will gain access to:

ITF World Tennis Number: Players can track their own progress via the ITF World Tennis Number, as well as find the ideal match competitor by looking at their Game Zone.

National Rankings Lists: Users will be able to see their all-time high rank, latest results and find the most recent National Rankings Lists, in addition to previous lists dating back to January 1, 2021.

Net Generation PlayTracker: Parents of children 10 and under will be able to track the progress of their children, as well as learn more about the recommended development pathway based on the American Development Model.

Personal Player Profile: Users will have the ability to customize their own personal profiles, which will be displayed in the scouting tool, and find the profiles and results of other players.

Play Opportunity Search: Players will get a consolidated, personalized player experience with access to thousands of play opportunities personalized based on the player’s level and ability including USTA sanctioned and unsanctioned tournaments, local programs and camps.

Personalized Home Feature: Upon app launch players will be able to see a personalized experience with their all-time highest ranking published weekly, their latest results, and recommended nearby tournaments and programs based on their gender, age and location.

Tennis Digital Schedule: Players will be able to view and manage all their tournament and program registrations in one place.

“We are incredibly excited to launch the USTA Tennis mobile app, which will give tennis players across the country a wealth of resources, right at their fingertips,” said Craig Morris, Chief Executive, Community Tennis, USTA. “We have seen incredible growth since the start of 2020, with millions of new players taking to the courts, and we want to ensure that we are engaging with these individuals, as well as those that have been playing for years, in new and different ways.”

To maximize USTA Tennis, users will need to log in with their existing USTA player account or create a new account.


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