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The USTA and First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move!" campaign have teamed up to encourage young people across the country to get active, try tennis and lead healthy lifestyles.

"It's important for kids to get the hour of active play they need every day, and there are so many fun things that each of us can do to be healthier," said First Lady Michelle Obama. "Thanks to programs like the USTA's 10 and Under Tennis initiative, it's easier than ever for kids to get active and have fun. And that's a big part of what we're doing with Let's Move!, America's campaign to raise a healthier generation of kids."

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Summer Junior Tennis Director Position

The Sioux Falls Tennis Association is accepting resumes for the position of Summer Tennis Director. The position will be part-time from March through late August and will require on court duties as well as administrative duties. We are also looking for summer instructors! Read More

Mary H Thompson Scholarships

The Sioux Falls Tennis Association (SFTA) has established these scholarships to promote and honor two Sioux Falls High School tennis players who wish to continue his/her education at an accredited post secondary institution. Each scholarship winner will be awarded $1000. Scholarship deadline is April 14, 2018. Read More

Weber Tournament

A fun one day tournament for children. Download Document

Mary H Thompson Scholarship

Mary Thompson
Congratulations to Aidan DeBoer, Kaleb Dobbs and Sidney Brower, the 2017 Mary H. Thompson scholarship recipients. This award is given to deserving seniors who contribute to and serve the game of tennis. Read More

Local JTT Teams Advance to Sectionals

Congratulations to the following teams which advanced to Section JTT Championships in Minneapolis July 27-31. USTA Junior Team Tennis is the largest youth tennis program in the country, helping girls and boys ages 6 to 18 get in the game, get on the court, and have a good time. Teams are co-ed and made up of at least six players, three boys and three girls, based on similar ages and skill levels. The emphasis is on skill development, fun, teamwork and friendly competition. Read More