Ryann Cutillo left tennis once she graduated from Wake Forest. But the sport drew her back through the Johnny Mac Tennis Project. Cutillo is beginning her third year as the executive director at JMTP, which is a non-profit that helps kids in underserved communities in New York play tennis.
College tennis is a goal for many players and parents, and they should learn about the recruiting process. Ethos School is proud to sponsor Recruiting 101 - with articles about recruiting, eligibility, and more.
The USTA's Tennis On Campus program is designed to provide college students with opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking, and rivaled competition through tennis without the rigors of a varsity program.
YONEX USA is the proud sponsor of Where Are They
Now? - a series that catches up with former junior and college
tennis players. Find out how people are continuing with their tennis - and how they are applying their college degrees.
National Showcase Tournaments are USTA-sanctioned events open to players from all sections. Compete against players outside of your district or section - and earn credit towards your Tennis Recruiting ranking.
L5 Open: One Love Tennis Champs of the South Peachtree Corners, GA
The lifeblood of Tennis Recruiting is its rankings - and our team has been ranking tennis players for more than two decades. Learn about tennis rankings in general - as well as our best-of-breed ranking system.