What do players want? What is the current state of play in Florida? Those questions will be answered by USTA Florida’s Here to Serve podcast series this May. Mark your calendars and be sure to tune in to each episode detailed below!

The Here to Serve series aims to keep the Florida tennis community updated about what’s going on with the organization – from the products and programs to everything in between. Each episode includes a question and answer session with USTA Florida program directors or other leaders in the local tennis community about what is being done to re-imagine programs and play.

Schedule of upcoming topics:

May 12th        PAC Study Findings – State of Play in Florida
The Tennis Participation Report is out, and we’re digging into the Florida results to see where we shine, and where we have opportunities to grow.  Tune in to hear how the study is compiled and how it stacks up to your experience as a player and provider.

May 26th      What Players Want: A Conversation with Top Florida Providers
We’re talking directly to providers to hear what consumers really want in the current market. Tune in as we get real feedback on what’s working, what’s not, and what providers really need to serve the current influx of players.

Want to get involved in the conversation? Episodes in the podcast series are released every other Wednesday on the USTA Florida Facebook page to promote discussion. They are also available through Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotify and iHeart Radio. You can also download our ‘USTA Florida’ app on the App Store or Google Play store for the latest podcast episodes and news.

Have a question but can’t find a specific answer? Check out the FAQ section of www.USTAFlorida.com/HereToServe, where several frequently asked questions relating to general play and USTA Florida programs and products have been answered.

For a full list of podcast episodes or to listen to previous episodes, visit www.USTAFlorida.com/HereToServe.

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