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ANNUAL MEETING DATE: FEBRUARY 19, 2020 AT 6PM. LOCATION: TO BE DETERMINED

USTA-Nevada invites all USTA members to attend the Annual Meeting Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 6pm. Please RSVP at support@ustanevada.com if you plan to attend. Based on the number of responses, USTA Nevada will choose a venue for the Annual Meeting. Please check back the week of February 10, 2020 to confirm the location. The Annual Meeting will include an update on the organization's programs, progress, and vision. It will also include voting in of new Board members. All USTA members can vote using the ballot and mailing it in by the deadline below. The ballot will be posted on the website on or around January 20, 2020.

USTA Nevada Board of Directors Nomination and Election Timeline:
Persons interested in applying to the Nominating Committee to be considered for the Board please submit (1) a letter in writing stating your desire to serve and (2) your resume to the USTA Nevada office c/o support@ustanevada.com and director@ustanevada.com by December 20, 2019 at 4pm. You must obtain an official letter from support@ustanevada.com or on USTA Nevada letterhead acknowledging we have received your letter stating your desire to serve and (2) your resume for you to be considered. The letter and resume can also be mailed to the USTA Nevada office at 8550 West Desert Inn Road, Suite 102-174, Las Vegas, NV 89117 and must include a pre-stamped self-addressed envelope so that we can acknowledge the receipt of your letter and resume in writing. This letter must arrive by mail by the December 20, 2019 deadline date.

TIMELINE AS FOLLOWS:
December 20, 2019: Deadline for applications. Nomination process is closed, Nomination committee meets to vote for the slate.

By January 6, 2020: Nominating committee presents the slate to the Board of Directors. Board meeting to approve the slate of candidates by conference call or email.

By January 20, 2020: Executive Director posts approved slate/ballot onto USTA Nevada website.

February 19, 2020: Slate is voted on at the Annual Meeting.

The following pre-requisites will be used as preliminary guidelines for the USTA-Nevada Nominating Committee during their selection and screening process for USTA Nevada (NTA) Board of Director candidates:

RESUMES SHOULD INCLUDE:
-Past and current volunteer and committee participation for USTA Nevada.
-Volunteer work for other non-profits and/or tennis organizations.
-Candidates with USTA-Nevada committee experience will be strongly considered.
-Should be available if the nominating committee decides to call for a personal interview or to question a resume.
-The interested candidate should submit personal references.
-The candidate may not have any USTA-Nevada outstanding or upheld official protests or grievances as a player or participant within the last eighteen (18) months.
-Candidate must have a schedule that allows and be willing to attend Board of Director meetings and other required activities.
-Candidate must have a desire and disposition that inspires unity and collaboration and not divisiveness.

All of those who apply should meet the following criteria by the nomination deadline:
-Must be a USTA member
-Provide a Letter of why you want to serve
-Provide a resume, including tennis activities and non-profit activities
-Note what USTA-Nevada committee you served on
-Should fit a specific need on the board.
-Have a desire to unify the community and organization
-Have a desire to help fulfill our mission and strategic plan

If you have any questions please email support@ustanevada.com

Posted to Website 11-8-18








   


We’re here to welcome a new generation of players and help them usher in the next era of tennis. By working with coaches, schools and parents, and offering them the full support of the USTA, we are ready to break new ground on and off the court.

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Twenty of southern Nevada’s top 13 & under juniors traveled to Claremont, California over the weekend of June 29th & 30th to compete in the Southern California Competition Training Center Team Cup.

The SCTA Team Cup has been held every year for the past twenty years for the purpose of bringing CTC teams together for a playoff tournament. This year’s competitors included teams from San Diego, San Gabriel, Santa Barbara/Ventura County, North LA/San Fernando, LA/South Bay, Orange County and Las Vegas. Many of the juniors competing for the southern Cal teams were ranked in the top 100 nationally, including Claire Liu, ranked 4th in the nation in the Girls 14’s; Erin Cayetano, ranked 11th in the nation in the Girls 12’s; Ivan Smith, ranked 58th in the nation in the Boys 12’s; and Harry Yang, ranked 63rd in the nation in the Boys 12’s.


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The Men's UNLV tennis team injected additional excitement into this year's TPC Ladies Spring Luncheon. On Tuesday May 7th, UNLV coach Owen Hambrook and his team put over 40 ladies from TPC and surrounding clubs through their paces. The team, along with TPC tennis pros Mark Swanson and Ken Shioi, put the ladies through 2 hours of challenging drills. It was an opportunity for the ladies to learn new training techniques and enjoy high level tennis skills up close. The event concluded with a gourmet lunch prepared by TPC Executive Chef, Shane. It was the ideal combination of exercise, learning, and socializing and many were already excited for next year's event.





   
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Springtime in Paris was a great way to end the 2013 Women's Weekday League. Over 170 ladies and pros attended the celebration at Canyon Gate Country Club! Kelley Morgan from When Pigs Fly Events and her USTA crew, Mary Maragos, Maureen Caruso, Janay Oakland and the USTA interns transformed Canyon Gate's ballroom into another place and time. As soon as you arrived at the event you were whisked along the streets of Paris to a small cafe where you could take pictures with Andre Agassi's US Open Trophy and the Brian Brothers 2012 Olympic gold medal. As you continued into the reception area you could bid on numerous silent auction items at the Paris Flea Market that were donated by many local businesses. For the brave of hear, you could learn the fate of your future from the fortune teller.

After everyone had a chance to mix and mingle, the doors opened to the grand ballroom where tables were set with beautiful bouquets of flower, vintage umbrellas and a small gift bag personally made by Kelley. Canyon Gate provided a delicious buffet lunch which was followed by a fashion show courtesy of Janice Wilson and Eccoci in Boca Park. Eccoci's latest fashions were modeled by different ladies on the weekday tennis teams. It was great to see the ladies strutting their stuff. It was definitely an event to be remembered
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The ladies (and gents) were all looking fantastic! Check out the photo album above of the day's festivities


   
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

USTA AND ESPN ANNOUNCE COMPREHENSIVE TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA PARTNERSHIP FOR US OPEN AND EMIRATES AIRLINE US OPEN SERIES


Eleven-Year Exclusive Deal to Begin in 2015 Provides More Than 200 Hours of Summer Tennis Television Coverage

Additional Programming Will Cross all of ESPN’s Platforms

White Plains, N.Y., May 16, 2013 ? The USTA today announced that it has entered into a comprehensive media partnership with ESPN for the television and digital presentation of the US Open and the Emirates Airline US Open Series. The 11-year agreement will begin in 2015 and extend through the 2025 US Open and provide professional tennis with more than 200 hours of live coverage each summer. Current domestic television agreements for the US Open conclude following the 2014 US Open.

ESPN will become the exclusive domestic television and digital media partner for the US Open and the Emirates Airline US Open Series, and will have the right to sub-license coverage with agreement from the USTA. In addition, ESPN will continue to televise the US Open in Latin America and Canada. The comprehensive deal includes rights for all ESPN platforms including cable television, digital distribution and live-streaming of US Open matches.
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