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USTA Georgia
116 Marble Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30060
Tax ID 58-1309245


Want to be a USTA Georgia Tennis Official?


How can I give back to tennis?

  • Do you enjoy tennis?
  • Do you have sharp vision & the ability to concentrate?
  • Are you interested in giving back to tennis some of what it has given you?
  • Have you considered becoming a tennis official?

What does an official do?

Whether serving as a referee, chair, roving or line umpire, a tennis official plays an integral role at tournaments at all levels from local community events to professional events by ensuring fair play and sportsmanship. 

Where can I find officiating opportunities? 

  • Junior & Adult tournaments
  • State high school championships
  • District & Sectional events
  • Collegiate matches – ITA (separate certification required)
  • National championships (Adult/Junior)
  • USTA Pro Circuit events
  • ATP & WTA Professional events
  • US Open

Please note that a USTA official is an independent contractor. The USTA only provides training and certification.

Procedure to follow to become an Umpire

If you are interested in becoming a USTA Georgia official contact the USTA Georgia Chair of Officials (Holly Stroud) for additional information.


Your involvement as a tennis official is recognized & appreciated.  Thank you for your willingness to serve. 

Holly Stroud
Chair, USTA Georgia Officials Committee





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