The Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA) has acquired a TGA Premier Youth Tennis (TGA) franchise and created a unique collaboration to grow the sport. The SCTA will implement TGA’s school-based activation model in the San Fernando Valley, and is the first United States Tennis Association (USTA) section to invest in TGA’s self-sustaining business.
“Schools are the sources of new youth players for the tennis pipeline. I believe that partnering with TGA Premier Youth Tennis creates the best opportunity to consistently introduce tennis to elementary and middle school students and parents via a successful market-proven model. I believe that the SCTA will look back on this partnership with TGA as one of the key building blocks for the future of tennis in Southern California,” according to SCTA Executive Director Bruce A. Hunt.
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