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These links and documents are provided to help players understand the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP).

Travel Tools

Some tools for players on the road.

Grants - Get $s

USTA national, sectional, and district grant provides funds to support community level tennis programs and activities. Grant categories vary with the grant level. Visit the corresponding websites for more information on grant opportunities and grant contacts.


Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair tennis is one of the fastest growing and most challenging of all wheelchair sports. The rules are the same with a few exceptions, such as allowing two bounces of the ball.

An important component of wheelchair tennis is mastering the movement of the chair. While everyday wheelchairs can be used to play, sport chairs specifically designed for tennis are widely used.

One of the great aspects of the sport is that tennis players and wheelchair tennis players can actively and proficiently compete together, oftentimes referred to as run and roll matches.

FTA is exploring ways to integrate wheelchair tennis into community tennis events and programming, such as sanctioned tournaments, non-sanctioned tournaments, tennis socials, and tennis ladders, based on needs voiced by and for Flagstaff citizens.

Adaptive Tennis

The USTA Adaptive Tennis mission is to provide opportunities to all populations to enjoy the sport of tennis, and to realize the benefits of the sport and its life changing opportunities. As such, the USTA promotes and develops recreational tennis opportunities for individuals with differing abilities and circumstances through inclusion, knowledge, and support, and by providing, where needed, adaptive programming, equipment, and teaching techniques.

FTA is exploring ways to integrate adaptive tennis into community tennis events and programming, based on needs voiced by and for Flagstaff citizens.

If you have questions or need more information, please visit the USTA Website and contact FTA President, Scott Weber (, 928.853.5006)

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