Indiana Tennis Convention

The 2022 Indiana Tennis Convention is co-sponsored by the Indiana HS Tennis Coaches Association (IHSTeCA) and the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) and the USPTA Midwest Division, which will help Indiana USPTA pros to attend the conference and earn continuing education credits. Hosted by Indianapolis Racquet Club on Dean Road.



2022 GRID Schedule:   

2022 CONVENTION GRID (Link)

-click to see the updated grid above

-Grid is subject to change… we are working to finalize soon

     

Speakers listed below

 

Rajeev Ram

  — reigning US Open Mens Doubles champion. First time in the history of our convention to have a defending US Open champ attending as a presenter.
  — currently ranked a career-high 4th in the world in doubles
  — winner of 22 ATP titles in doubles and 2 titles in singles
  — now 37 years old but in the last two years, he has won the US Open and Australian Open in doubles, has reached the semifinals of doubles at Wimbledon, and has reached the quarterfinals of doubles at the French Open.
  -he also has won the Mixed Doubles at the Australian Open twice and has reached the doubles championship at the ATP Finals twice and has a silver medal in the 2016 Olympics in mixed doubles with Venus Williams
 — former IHSAA state singles champ at Carmel HS
— will be inducted into the Indiana HS Tennis Hall of Fame at the upcoming convention also
Jorge Capestany
USPTA Master Professional & PTR Master Professional
Manager of the DeWitt Tennis Center @ Hope College
Greg Aten
USPTA Elite Pro & Executive Director Midwest USPTA
Jeremy Wutzman
Indiana University Head Tennis Coach
Judy Tillmont
Executive Director of the CITA
Travis Daugherty
Motivational Speaker & Founder of Champions 101
West Kirk
USPTA
Tim & Lisa Wright
West Lafayette
Many more not he gird listed above….


 CONVENTION FORMAT:

Thursday, Feb 3rd  6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Indianapolis Racquet Club (Dean Road)

Friday, Feb 4th 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Indianapolis Racquet Club (Dean Road)

Lunch on Friday will be catered by McAlister’s Deli.

Friday, Feb 4th  7 p.m. Hall of Fame Banquet (Plum Creek Golf Club in Carmel)

Saturday, Feb 5th 8:30 a.m. to Noon Indianapolis Racquet Club (Dean Road)



HOTEL INFO: 

This year we do not have an official convention hotel.  There are numerous hotels within 15 minutes of the IRC tennis club.  We have found in recent years that coaches use their points and find online deals for rooms rather than stay at a convention hotel.  Please let us know if we can help you with arrangements.



2022 SPEAKER INFORMATION:  

The annual Indiana Tennis Convention is less than two months away and the program is shaping up to be another power-packed weekend of great speakers and topics.  Here are some of the details and latest developments:
The convention is organized by the Indiana HS Tennis Coaches Association in conjunction with the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association & with the Indiana USPTA club pros in collaboration with the the USPTA Midwest Division.

LINE-UP:

TBA— Speakers are being finalized now.  Once the lineup is set, we will post it here.

 



CONVENTION PRICING:

 The prices are listed below.  Options at the bottom only for USPTA Pros who do not coach Indiana High School Tennis.

Complete three-day package ($140)
(Includes 2022 IHSTeCA membership dues, Thursday night’s 2.5 hours of sessions and drills, all Friday sessions, all Saturday sessions till noon; the Friday luncheon,  a T-shirt, coaches’ gifts from the exhibitors, a special gift of a tennis strategy book, a convention program with membership directory, access to exhibitors, coaches’ doubles, and more!)

Thursday/Friday Only ($115)
(Includes 2022 IHSTeCA membership dues, Thursday night’s 2.5 hours of sessions and drills, all Friday sessions, the Friday luncheon,  a T-shirt, coaches’ gifts from the exhibitors, a special gift of a tennis strategy book, a convention program with membership directory, access to exhibitors, coaches’ doubles, and more!)

Assistant Coach or Middle School Coach ($90)
**** Note: head coach also receives $15 discount if he/she brings assistant or middle school coach

*must be attending with a head coach! (Includes 2022 IHSTeCA membership dues, Thursday night’s 2.5 hours of sessions and drills, all Friday sessions, all Saturday sessions till noon; the Friday luncheon,  a T-shirt, coaches’ gifts from the exhibitors, a special gift of a tennis strategy book, a convention program with membership directory, access to exhibitors, coaches’ doubles, and more!)

Retired coaches package ($75)
*Must not be a head coach or assistant coach in 2022! (Includes all access to everything)

College coaches package ($75)
(Includes 2022 IHSTeCA membership dues, Thursday night’s 2.5 hours of sessions and drills, all Friday sessions, all Saturday sessions till noon; the Friday luncheon,  a T-shirt, coaches’ gifts from the exhibitors, a special gift of a tennis strategy book, a convention program with membership directory, access to exhibitors, coaches’ doubles, and more!  Does not include the Hall of Fame dinner.)

USPTA Complete three-day package w/o IHSTECA Membership ($110)
(New for USPTA pros who do not coach Indiana High School Tennis:   Includes 2022 IHSTeCA membership dues, Thursday night’s 2.5 hours of sessions and drills, all Friday sessions, all Saturday sessions till noon; the Friday luncheon,  a T-shirt, coaches’ gifts from the exhibitors, a convention program with membership directory, access to exhibitors, coaches’ doubles, and more!)

USPTA Thursday/Friday Only w/o IHSTECA Membership ($85)
(New for USPTA pros who do not coach Indiana High School Tennis:   Includes 2022 IHSTeCA membership dues, Thursday night’s 2.5 hours of sessions and drills, all Friday sessions, the Friday luncheon,  a T-shirt, coaches’ gifts from the exhibitors, a convention program with membership directory, access to exhibitors, coaches’ doubles, and more!)

Hall of Fame (Additional $10 due by Jan 15th)

Hall of Fame Induction Dinner is on Friday night, Feb. 4th at Plum Creek Golf Club in Carmel.  The inductees include reigning US Open Doubles champion Rajeev Ram, Katie Martzolf Carroll, Kendal Hammel, Steve Bender and Sandra Giorgyi

Convention Evaluation- Coming after 2022 Convention