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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.
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SWS FAQ on Youth Progression

The Southwest Section Player Development Staff presented on the new 10U youth progression. Tracy Lawson and Nicole Fintel met with parents and NNMTA board members on April 26th to show video and discuss new National guidelines for play. See the SWS FAQ sheet here on 10U Youth Progression. Download Document

TCA hosts Make A Wish Fundraiser

On Saturday May 21st the Tennis Club of Albuquerque and its Staff are going to host a 24-Hour Challenge to benefit the Make a Wish Foundation. Every dollar you donate can help Make-A-Wish kids renew their courage and find a turning point in their lives. Read More

Wendall Barnett retires from Espanola Valley High School Tennis

Read Wendall's retirement story here as told by the Santa Fe New Mexican. Read More

Santa Fe Open at El Gancho

Enter the Santa Fe Open and enjoy some great Santa Fe Tennis! Download Document

Got a Minute?

Got a Minute? Toby gives a thumbs up on the life of Rod Laver. Read More