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2014 Friend at Court

Click  here   to view the 2014 Friend at Court link found under Resources on USTA.com

To learn more about becoming an official, please click here.

What is a Tennis Official?
A referee, chair umpire, line umpire, or roving umpire who ensures that a tennis match is conducted under the fairest possible conditions.

Why be a Tennis Official?
To contribute to the sport of tennis.  Gain a greater appreciation for the game.  Build relationships within the tennis community. Be part of the team of officials who make a tennis event successful for players and spectators.

How can I become a Tennis Official?
Be a member of the USTA. Attend an annual school and pass a written test appropriate to the desired type of officiating. Complete an Officials Date Card, which confirms passing scores, lists on court work and tournament administrations assignments for the past year, and verifies 20/20 corrected or uncorrected vision.

Click on the below link for information regarding Officials Certification Requirements & Progression, as well as Rules & RegulationsClick here to view.

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