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USTA Georgia
116 Marble Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30060
404-256-9543
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USTA Georgia Officials

Welcome to the USTA Georgia Tennis Officials web page. We hope you will find this informative and helpful.  If you've been exploring the possibility of becoming a certified official, we've presented some areas and posed questions that may assist as you explore this challenging, but rewarding career.

Of note, USTA is no longer training and certifying officials for ITA work.  The ITA is handling that directly.  Please visit ITA Officials Information for information.

 

General Information on becoming a USTA Official

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    2019 Junior Tournament Rules & Regulations 

    2019 Adult Tournament Rules & Regulations 
 

 

USTA Georgia officials contact information
 

      Holly Stroud
      USTA Georgia State Chair of Officials

officials@ustageorgia.com
404-680-4625
      Carolina Kaminski
      Ranking/Rating Coordinator
kaminski@ustageorgia.com
404.256.9543  ext. 111

      Eva Marie McCravy
      Competition Coordinator

mccravy@ustageorgia.com

404.256.9543 ext. 103

 

      Darren Potkey
      Executive Director

potkey@ustageorgia.com
404-256-9543 ext. 106

 

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Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was True, all court measurements are made to the outside edge of the line. If a ball breaks during a point, what happens?

Point is awarded to last player who hit the ball
Point is played to conclusion and a new ball put in play
Point is replayed and ball is replaced with like wear ball

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