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The Dallas Tennis Association (DTA) provides opportunities to improve the mental and physical well-being of the community through education and the sport of tennis.
Nominations are now open to serve as a member of the DTA Executive Committee for the upcoming term, which begins Oct. 1.  It is a 2-year term commitment.


The DTA Executive Committee and Board of Directors oversee local USTA leagues, tournaments, Junior Team Tennis, the Dallas NJTL chapter, fundraising and more. It meets 11 times a year, in the evening.


If you are interested in applying to serve on the Executive Committee or know someone who would be a good fit, please click below to complete your nomination form. When applying, you also can signify if you have an interest in serving as an at-large member of the Board of Directors.


Thanks in advance for your commitment to the game of tennis.


We reach approximately 25,000 Dallas children each year through the Dallas Tennis and Education Academy, the philanthropic arm of the Dallas Tennis Association, and the Dallas chapter of the USTA National Junior Tennis and Learning Program (NJTL).


Adult and Mixed Leagues boast over 13,000 men and women players in
the Dallas area from ages 18 and up. Many of our league players go on to represent Dallas at the state and
national championship levels.  Get in the game!



Dallas is one of the most active tennis hot spots in the country. Our area offers junior programs from beginner to elite with tournaments, camps, school tennis, academies, scholarships, and more.


Tournaments are a great way for kids to enjoy the thrill of competition by getting on the court, playing the game in a variety of styles and making new friends. Learn more about our upcoming tournaments



The Dallas Tennis Association (DTA) is a 501(c)3 that manages United States Tennis Association (USTA) leagues and tournaments and provides tennis, education and life skills to the under-resourced youth in the Dallas community.


To provide opportunities to improve the mental and physical well-being of the community through education and the sport of tennis. 


To build sustainable programs and facilities that provide access to education and tennis for all people in the Greater Dallas Community, now and for future generations.