» Main

Welcome to the USTA Northern New Mexico Website
Our mission is to promote and develop the growth of tennis and to get everyone to experience the thrills of this great sport. 
USTA Northern New Mexico supports tennis in the following New Mexico counties:  Bernalillo, Cibola, Colfax, DeBaca, Guadalupe, Harding, Los Alamos, McKinley, Mora, Quay, Rio Arriba, San Juan, San Miquel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, Socorro, Taos, Torrance, Union, and Valencia.
We offer competitive league play and tournaments for adults and juniors alike, offer grants and assistance to members and member organizations and support the game at every level in every way we possibly can. We look forward to seeing you on the court! For more information, contact us at nnmtaprograms@gmail.com.  

Sign up for our local e-blast newsletter, the USTA Northern New Mexico Sun Country E-Blast at nnmtaprograms@gmail.com.  The newsletter is sent periodically to remind members of upcoming local tournaments, events and programs.
USTA NORTHERN NEW MEXICO - www.nnmta.usta.com
Follow the SWS and NNMTA on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ustasouthwest
 
 »News

Lobo Tennis Welcomes USTA Junior Squads

loboshield2
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The University of New Mexico men’s and women’s tennis teams are kicking off their fall season at home on Sept. 19 when they host the USTA Junior Fed and Junior Davis Cup teams at the McKinnon Family Tennis Complex. Read More
 

Augustus Ge Joins UNM 2014-2015 Men’s Tennis Roster

GE
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Just in time for the fall season, interim head coach Bart Scott has announced the signing of Augustus Ge who will join the Lobos for the upcoming 2014-15 season. Read More
 

2014 ColemanVision Tennis Championships are HERE!!

Nvaidisova
ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Youth Tennis Foundation (NMYTF) confirms that Tanoan Country Club in Albuquerque will host the 17th annual ColemanVision Tennis Championships, a USTA Pro Circuit Event, September 14-21. Read More
 

McEnroe’s Successor at U.S.T.A. Needs to Hit the Court Running

subMCENROE-thumbStandard
From the NY TIMES: “I have learned so much,” he said. Pat McEnroe is on his way out the door after confirming his intention to resign as the U.S.T.A head of player development, and as the U.S.T.A. begins searching for a successor (or successors), it seems best that it focus on candidates who do not have nearly as much to learn when they step into the role. Read More
 

Albuquerque Native Joins Women’s Tennis Program

Gabby
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – University of New Mexico women's tennis head coach Erica Jasper has announced that Albuquerque native Gabrielle "Gabby" Otero will join the Lobos for the upcoming 2014-15 season. Read More