PTR celebrates May as 10 & Under Tennis Month

May 1, 2014

Hilton Head Island, SC — Professional Tennis Registry’s 10 & Under Workshops have educated and certified more than 2,500 tennis coaches. In honor of this milestone, PTR is pleased to announce that for the third consecutive year, the organization is celebrating 10 & Under Tennis Month.

During the month of May, anyone who joins PTR as a full member can take advantage of a very special offer: Free registration* for a PTR 10 & Under Certification Workshop** A savings of $120!

“PTR is able to provide these fantastic discounts thanks in part to the USTA. The USTA is providing grant funds and education through the Coach Youth Tennis initiative in an effort to grow the game and the tennis teaching industry,” said PTR CEO Dan Santorum. “This is a great deal for people who have been thinking about joining PTR and getting educated and certified to teach 10 and under tennis. PTR membership has always been a terrific value, but again this May, it’s even better!”

USTA Director of Coaching Education & Performance, Paul Lubbers added, “The collaboration between PTR and USTA has been terrific. The USTA is excited that PTR is helping grow the game through increased education for all levels of coaches.”

PTR President, Jorge Andrew added, “As a PTR 10 & Under Clinician, as well as a USTA Trainer for 10 and Under Tennis, I see the need for more coaches’ education in this area. I am proud that PTR encourages tennis coaches to continue their education in this very important age category.”

Spread the word to everyone interested in teaching tennis to our nation’s youth. Call PTR at 843-785-7244 to join the 10 & Under revolution! For additional information on Coach Youth Tennis, please visit

PTR is the largest global organization of tennis teaching professionals with more than 14,800 members in 121 countries. It has the greatest percentage of multicultural and women members of any such organization. PTR is dedicated to educating, certifying and servicing tennis teachers and coaches around the world in order to grow the game.