USTA Adds Five Partner Organizations to the USTA Connect Platform

May 22, 2024

ORLANDO, Fla., May 22, 2024 – The USTA today announced that five additional tennis organizations have joined USTA Connect, a digital platform launched in 2023 to increase communication and integration throughout the tennis industry. The new USTA Connect partners represent various sectors of the tennis industry including club management software for racquet sports, high performance tennis equipment and tennis balls, tennis court installation and surfacing and a sustainability offering for recycling tennis balls.

USTA Connect emphasizes the better sharing and utilization of information and data for maximum growth in all areas of the game, and for the respective entities involved. The USTA Connect platform will be used to integrate tennis facilities, software providers, industry associations, retailers and manufacturers with the shared goal of continuing to grow the game of tennis.

“We are thrilled to welcome these new USTA Connect partners into our platform,” said Craig Morris, Chief Executive, Community Tennis, USTA. “The goal of USTA Connect is to foster connectivity and collaboration across the industry in order to continue to grow tennis and adding these new industry partners is a great step towards supporting this vision.”

The new USTA Connect partners join a diverse group of more than a dozen existing partners that span every facet of the tennis industry. The five new USTA Connect Partners are:

Dunlop Sports Americas is owned by Sumitomo Rubber Industries and has its headquarters in Kobe, Japan. Dunlop has a legendary, century-plus history in the sport of tennis, and is the official tennis ball and equipment partner of the ATP Tour. Dunlop is the official ball partner of the Australian Open, the USPTA, and countless ATP and WTA tournaments around the world, making Dunlop the No.1 ball on tour by supplying more ATP Tour tournaments than any other brand. Dunlop is also the official tennis ball and equipment partner of the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy and IMG Academy. Learn more at

GreenSet USA: For the past 10 years, GreenSet has been a world leader in tennis court installation and surfacing chosen by more than 600 professional tournaments (ATP, WTA, ITF, Davis Cup and Olympic Games), the most prestigious private tennis academies (including Rafa Nadal Academy, Academy Sanchez-Casal, Mouratoglou Tennis Academy), numerous federations, and thousands of clubs, hotels, schools and public facilities. GreenSet also owns Padel Courts Deluxe, which manufactures and installs padel courts.

HEAD is a leading global provider of premium, high performance equipment for athletes and players of all skill levels. Its mission is to provide products that suit all levels of skill to ensure that each player or racer performs at their best. Since its launch in 1950, they have achieved a reputation for delivering products that offer cutting-edge, technology, design and engineering excellence across the wide range of both racquet and winter sports equipment. This equipment includes a diverse range of products from the various winter sports and racquet sports categories including, HEAD Tennis, Pickleball, Padel, Racquetball, Squash, Footwear and Penn Tennis, Pickleball, Padel and Racquetball balls.

RacquetDesk is a cloud-based club management software solution designed specifically for racquet sports clubs and organizations. RacquetDesk brings together the key solutions that racquet clubs need. Experience better club management on your computer or mobile app through powerful features, including online reservations; point of sale; group, lesson, and open-court management; electronic billing; member and employee management; payroll; and more.

RecycleBalls is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to transforming sustainability in tennis through circular economy initiatives. They work with thousands of volunteers and facilities to collect and recycle tennis balls. By repurposing and recycling tennis balls, RecycleBalls reduces waste, minimizes the carbon footprint of the tennis industry, and aims to inspire sustainable practices across all athletic disciplines. Partnering with clubs, communities and businesses, they’re creating a world where every bounce contributes to a cleaner planet and a brighter future. For more information, visit

For more information about USTA Connect and to see a full list of existing USTA Connect partners, please visit