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Give back and help grow the game of tennis through Officiating. Officials play an integral role at tournaments at all levels from local community events to professional events by ensuring fair play and sportsmanship. They serve as a Roving Umpire, Line Umpire, Referee or Chief Umpire. Give back to the game of tennis by becoming a USTA Certified Official.


Visit the USTA official website to learn more!


Below are the steps you must complete to get certified as a USTA Official:

1. Be a USTA Member: Click here

2. Complete the required Online Education Courses (Introduction to Officiating, Rules & Regulation 1-3, and Level 1 Roving Umpire): Click here

3. Be in compliance with USTA Safe Play. To get started, go to www.usta.com/safeplay and click on "Get Safe Play Approved". Log into your USTA account or create an account with the same address that the Officiating Department has on file for you. The 3 steps you must complete are the annual SafeSport training, review and accept the USTA Safe Play Policy, and complete the background screen application.

4. Submit to the USTA a physician's/optometrist's statement attesting the Official has 20/20 vision, either corrected or uncorrected in each eye. The vision form can be downloaded from and uploaded to the Vision Form page of OfficialsFirst. Please note that the vision form must be dated within the past 12 months.

5. Click here at any time to let the USTA Officiating staff you have completed the requirements or to ask questions about completing the basic requirements. Once you complete, we will put you in contact with your Section Chairperson to set up two days of on-court training/shadowing. After the two days, you will show your knowledge of basic themes described in the training checklist (click here) with the Section Chairperson.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at officiating@usta.com






   
On Saturday, July 16, Australian great Lleyton Hewitt received tennis' ultimate honor at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI, USA.



Although the ceremony was delayed by a year due to travel restrictions from Australia, it was worth the wait. Surrounded by his family, friends, fellow Hall of Famers, and his biggest fans, Lleyton gave thanks to those who helped make his career Hall of Fame worthy.

Relive the moments and explore the videos, photos, and more from Lleyton Hewitt's Enshrinement Weekend, including a special congratulations video from his peers.


   
Interested in entering the Nevada Senior Games Tennis Tournament this fall? Tennis is scheduled for Sept. 23, 24, 25 at the Whitney Mesa courts in Henderson. Early bird registration deadline is July 31st! Flyer below has all the details or go directly to the website: http://www.nevadaseniorgames.com/

For online Fall Games registration (payment by credit card): Click HERE



   
Rob Scott, our USTA Intermountain Section Executive Director, has been a USPTA Pro, Tennis Director, Manufacturer’s Rep, volunteer, and leader in the tennis community for over forty years. Rob has done so much to completely rebuild and restructure the USTA’s Intermountain Section. Rob Scott’s personal and professional impact on the growth and health of our tennis community is immeasurable.

Rob and his wife Abby lost so much in the Boulder fire. They have been devastated by losing all of their personal history, mementos, belongings and the house they raised their children in, along with their retirement equity. The Boulder fire destroyed more than 1,000 homes, including their entire neighborhood of 140 homes. Literally the only thing left is ashes and a cement wall.
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