Five Reasons 2016 is Your Summer to Play

There are no more excuses. Now is the perfect time to find how tennis fits your life.

1. The Cost
Nice weather means free court time. All summer and even into the fall, public courts near you are open and free to use. Check out your local parks and schools to see what courts are around you, and take advantage of the free court time while the weather permits.

2. The Outdoor Exercise
Do you spend too much time inside at the gym? Tired of running on a treadmill? An hour of tennis once per week is the perfect way to mix up your workouts, spend some time outside and have fun while working out. The movements you make while playing tennis help build muscles you don’t always use, which will help you in other activities and give you a unique, fresh workout.

3. More Ways to Play
More than ever, there are opportunities for you to find yourself in the game this summer. USTA League Tennis runs throughout the year, and you can always play tournaments, sign your kids up for Junior Team Tennis events or enjoy a Play Day.

4. The Social Side
What’s better than spending some time outside with friends? Most of the time, people get together for lunch, dinner, drinks or at someone’s house. Instead, try a get-together at the tennis courts. It’ll change things up and keep your hangout sessions from being too repetitive.

5. Tennis is a Family Game
Tennis is the perfect way to involve your entire family in a fun activity. Make your way outside and spend some time together playing singles, doubles, or just hitting balls back and forth. It’s a chance to bond as a family, exercise together and experience the game in a new way.

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