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Tennis at Home

As the days of social distancing continue, the BCTA is sharing USTA efforts to help people stay active and engaged with tennis at home. Check out fun and educational tennis activities by reading more. Read More

COVID-19 Update

Now more than ever, the BCTA’s primary concern is keeping players, parents, and coaches healthy and safe. Also, read USTA FAQs regarding the Coronavirus. Read More

2020 Outdoor Registration Opens March 1

The BCTA has a full schedule of affordable, fun outdoor tennis programs near you, starting mid-April and running though mid-October. Online registration opens March 1 with a new system. Read More

Kick Off 2020 Outdoor Tennis Season with Tennis Ball Hunt

The BCTA kicks off its outdoor season with an annual Tennis Ball Hunt on Saturday, March 21, from 1:30–2:30 pm. Read More

Season-Ending Play Day Gathers Players throughout Bucks County

BCTA participants from Seasons 3 and 4 public park programs from municipalities throughout Bucks County gathered at Core Creek Park’s tennis courts in Langhorne to test their prowess against their peers in Red-, Orange-, and Green/Yellow-Ball competitions. In addition to the Core Creek event, athletes from BCTA’s Advanced Team Tennis Training program competed in a Doubles Round Robin Tournament held at Northampton Tennis & Fitness Center in Richboro. Read More

Receive a Venus Williams T-Shirt

Create your FREE parent or player account today and receive an exclusive T-Shirt* designed by Venus Williams. Read More

17th Annual Tennis Tournament Showcased Local Juniors' Tennis Talent

The 17th Annual BCTA Jr. Classic, a USTA-sanctioned tournament run by the Bucks County Tennis Association, Inc. (BCTA), drew 53 elite athletes from throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, and was held at Council Rock North High School’s tennis courts in Newtown, July 27 and 28. Read More

Hotly Contested Entry-Level Tennis Competition on a Blistering Evening

Despite the hot weather, competitors came to the mid-season BCTA Jr. Team Tennis Challenge, which was held on at Doylestown Township’s Central Park, with their game on. Read More

BCTA Reps Enjoy Tennis Breakfast

BCTA representatives were invited to join the USTA Foundation (USTAF) and the legendary Nick Bollettieri for breakfast on Monday, June 10, 2019, in Radnor, PA. Read More

Carol White

The death of Carol White is a tremendous loss not only to her husband, two sons, and entire family but to the BCTA and the tennis community at large. Read More

Looking for Someone to Play With?

BCTA programs emphasize fun, friends, and fitness. Its signature five-wekk Learn, Practice & Play programs introduce tennis to Bucks County residents from 4 to 94+ as well as further develop the skills of existing players. Jr. Team Tennis programs and adult leagues are also available from mid-April through mid-October. Read More

BCTA County-Wide Play Day Unites Area Players

Athletes from public park tennis programs throughout Bucks County met at Core Creek Park Tennis Courts to test their tennis prowess against their peers. The Orange Ball Division dueled to a tie, forcing an enthusiastic team game to determine the overall winner. Read More

Team Tennis Challenge a Winner

On July “Lucky Friday” 13, athletes from BCTA’s public park tennis programs throughout the county met at Doylestown Township’s Central Park to test their tennis prowess against their peers. The BCTA, along with USTA Middle States, hosted a friendly competition for participants of BCTA’s Season 1 and 2 signature Learn, Practice & Play programs. Athletes competed in three divisions—Red Ball, Orange Ball, and Green Ball. Read More

Volunteer Leadership Opportunities

As part of its Leadership Development and Community Service programs, the non-profit Bucks County Tennis Association (BCTA) is offering several volunteer and learning opportunities. Read More

Coach and Volunteer Opportunites with the BCTA

Check out fun ways to perform community service or earn money. Read More

Buying a Tennis Racquet for Your Child or Yourself

While the BCTA offers free loaner racquets for all of its programs, many times players or their parents are interested in buying a racquet and are unsure of what to look for. Read More

More Blended Lines Added to Public Park Courts

Now more kids as well as adults who enjoy short-court tennis can play the sport on public courts with blended lines that adapt the playing area to meet their needs. Read More

Find a Tennis Program Near You

Get ahead of the game--register early for one of four outdoor seasons of fun and affordable tennis! Read More

Bucks County Has the Highest Concentration of “Kid-Compatible” Tennis Courts in the Country

Through grants from the U.S. Tennis Association and the Bucks County Tennis Association, Bucks County now boasts 75 kid-compatible tennis courts! Read More

BCTA Mourns Loss of Joe Canfield

The Bucks County Tennis Association (BCTA) mourns the passing of Joseph “Joe” Canfield, father of BCTA co-founder Laura Canfield. Read More

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