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Become a USTA Certified Tennis Official

July 16, 2006 07:16 PM

Become a USTA Certified Tennis Official

Starting pay at $8.00 per Hour

Plus, receive a new officials kit* worth $75.00 !!!


USTA Central Arizona needs trained, certified umpires and referees for tournaments and leagues held in the Phoenix Area.  We offer the training to get you started in a rewarding and exciting part of the game – tennis officiating. 

What does an official do?
While serving as a referee, chair, roving, or line umpire, a tennis official makes sure that a tennis match is conducted under the fairest possible conditions.

How do I become an official?
You must be over 18 and attend a training session on Wednesday, September 13, 2006 or Saturday, September 16, 2006 from 9am until 1pm.  This meeting will prepare you to work at junior and adult tournaments; state high school championships; district and sectional events and collegiate matches.  To become an official you must pass a written test on rules and procedures.

* The New Officials Kit includes a new one-year USTA membership, USTA Central Arizona Officials Shirt and Hat/Visor, Stopwatch, Rule Book and Notebook.  This $75.00 value offer is available to the first 10 new officials that register for the training.

Training Classes start September 13, 2006!

To register call Ruth at USTA Central Arizona at 602-957-3311 extension #2.

Register today to become an USTA Tennis Official!!!