We need officials!
There are more than 2,500 USTA certified officials in the United States, and we need more. Each year the USTA sanctions and conducts over 8,000 tournaments.
A smooth-running tournament is ensured when it has officials who know the rules and regulations.
We train and certify officials for on-court and off-court assignments at tournaments.
While serving as a referee, chair umpire, chief umpire, rover or line umpire, a tennis official makes sure that a tennis match is conducted under the fairest possible conditions.
• Junior and adult tournaments
• State high school championships
• District and sectional events
• Collegiate matches
• National championships
• USTA Pro Circuit events
• Tour-level events
• Over 8,000 tournaments throughout the country
• US Open
USTA Southwest is always in need of certified, experienced officials. If you would like to be trained to become an official, we can help you out.
Click HERE to learn how to become a USTA Official.
For more information about becoming a USTA Certified official, you may also contact the Southwest Chairman of Officials, or the District Chairs listed below:
USTA Southwest Sectional Chair
USTA Central Arizona District Chair (Phoenix metro)
USTA Northern New Mexico District Chair (Albuquerque, Taos, Santa Fe)
USTA Southern Arizona District Chair (Tucson, Yuma)
USTA Northern Arizona District Chair (Flagstaff, Sedona, Prescott)
USTA Greater El Paso District Chair (Greater El Paso metro area)
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District Websites & Links
USTA Southwest Section - southwest.usta.com
USTA Northern Arizona - northern.usta.com
USTA Central Arizona - Phoenixtennis.com
USTA Southern Arizona - saz.usta.com
USTA Northern New Mexico - nnmta.usta.com
USTA Southern New Mexico - www.southernnewmexico.usta.com
Greater El Paso Tennis Association - gepta.usta.com