USPTA Extends Multi-Year Partnership with SportMaster Sport Surfaces | Sports Destination Management

USPTA Extends Multi-Year Partnership with SportMaster Sport Surfaces

Jun 13, 2022

The United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA), Inc. has extended its multi-year partnership with SportMaster Sport Surfaces to continue as the Official Tennis Hardcourt Surface of the USPTA.

“I appreciate it when long standing endorsees value our affiliation highly enough to continue to support us,” USPTA CEO John Embree said. “SportMaster has been a strong partner for us over the years, and we look forward to maintaining our mutually beneficial relationship.”

SportMaster has been supplying a worldwide network of professionals with premium quality sports surfaces and repair products for more than 40 years. Their dedication to bringing science and advanced technology to sport surfaces has resulted in resurfacing systems that provide optimum performance for both players and surfaces.

“We are excited to remain a joint force with the USPTA,” Jeff Gearheart, SportMaster Sport Surfaces Director. “USPTA membersare hard-working, passionate individuals who are dedicated to the sport of tennis and who help others learn to enjoy our great game. I am confident that our products can continue to help them in that endeavor.”

About SportMaster: SportMaster tennis court resurfacing products feature 100 percent Acrylic Resins ensuring long-term protection from all the elements, including supreme resistance from the damaging effects of the sun. SportMaster products are available at over 100 locations throughout the U.S., and additional distributors and installers, worldwide. Visit for more information.

About the USPTA: Founded in 1927, the USPTA is the global leader in tennis-teacher certification and professional development. With more than 14,000 members worldwide and 17 divisions nationwide, the Association's mission is to raise the standards of tennis-teaching professionals and coaches and to promote a greater awareness of the sport. Learn more at

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