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USTA Intermountain Section
9145 E. Kenyon Ave., Suite 201
Denver, CO  80237

(303) 695-4117
(866) 695-4117

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The Tennis Teachers Conference returns to kick off the 2014 US Open, gathering the top teaching professionals in the industry. Read more
Numerous grant and scholarship opportunities are available for junior tennis players who excel both on the court and in class. Read more
Is it a hindrance if your opponent waves his or her racquet or yells out as you are about to hit a return of serve?  Read more
USTA Tennis on Campus team from Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, were victorious in the Gold Bracket of the 3rd... See more photos
The spring tennis season is here and now is the perfect time for you to visit your local certified racquet technician at a... Find a stringer
Locations for Levels 3 & 4 tournaments listed. Date and locations for District Cup Series now available. Read more
 
 
 
 
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Sitting Duck: Know When to Put Away...

High volleys are targets for winners but not every one is the same. Learn how to make winning choices depending on difficulty.  Read More

The Final Word: Serving Out of Turn...

USTA Director of Officials Richard Kaufman answers your questions about what to do if someone serves out of turn and more.  Read More

Player to Player: Serving Technique

If I serve and volley, should I land on my right or left foot? What is the proper technique?  Read More

Knowledge Area: Footwork

Looking to improve your footwork? Get tips from our team of experts on how to improve your footwork.   Read More

 

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Welcome to the USTA Intermountain Section!

USTA Intermountain Section is one of 17 sections of the United States Tennis Association. We are a not-for-profit organization committed to growing the game of tennis by offering quality recreational and competitive programs for people of all ages and abilities. Intermountain boasts more than 41,000 individual and over 425 organizational members in its six Districts (states); Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.

Tennis is an integral part of life in the Intermountain region, and our players flock to the courts amidst some of the most breathtakingly beautiful backdrops in the country. Whether playing for fun, fitness or friendship, players in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming love the game.

Each of our six Districts has their own website containing their individual District information. Please see links below to visit your district's website.

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