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The Northeastern Ohio Tennis Association (NEOTA) is a non-profit organization.  Our purpose is to develop, promote and supervise the game of tennis as a means of healthful recreation and physical fitness, and to develop and maintain rules of play and high standards of amateurism and good sportsmanship.


Apply for a 2015-2016 USTA National Committee

Tennis has passionate advocates who dedicate their time to growing and strengthening the sport. If you would like to be considered for appointment to a USTA committee for the upcoming two-year term, please apply online at http://www.usta.com/committees between August 1 and September 22. Requirements to serve on a national committee include active USTA membership, proficiency with online communications, availability to attend two national meetings each year, and active participation on the comm​ Read More

Host a FREE Tennis PLAY EVENT or PLAY DAY This September!

The USTA has partnered with Nickelodeon, the #1 media brand for families. National media during prime events, such as the US Open, and on Nickelodeon drives parents to YouthTennis.com. Register to host an event and gain exposure to reach parents and players looking for tennis close to home! Download Document

NE Ohio District Qualifier Results for 12s-18s

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College Students: You Can Play USTA League On Us

The USTA/Midwest Section wants college students to feel the love of USTA League Tennis. Learn how you can participate and let the USTA/Midwest Section cover your 2014 USTA League Fee.* Read More

USTA/Midwest Section Bringing Tennis to Ohio Schools

Within the past 6 months, the USTA/Midwest Section, working closely with the local Districts, have been able to bring tennis to 19 schools in the Canton School District, 31 schools in the Akron School District, and 16 schools in the Cincinnati School District. The coordinated effort culminated in March 2014 when 75 schools in the Cleveland Metro School District, the second largest district in the state of Ohio, also added tennis to their physical education curriculums. Read More