About the USRSA
The United States Racquet Stringers Association is a worldwide organization of more than 7,000 racquet technicians, teaching professionals, racquet sports retailers, manufacturers and sales organizations, and tennis, racquetball, squash, and badminton enthusiasts.
Our mission is to educate all our constituencies to better understand, service, perform with, and enjoy the technological wonders known as racquets, strings, balls, courts, shoes, and stringing machines.
We accomplish this with our "information technology" products — RacquetTECH.com, Tennis Industry magazine, Racquet Sports Industry magazine, Racquet Tech magazine, The Stringer’s Assistant magazine, The Stringer's Digest four-volume set, "Racquet Service" video, Racquet Service Interactive CD-ROM, stringing workshops, and certification education and testing.
Since 1975, we have been helping businesses, business people, and players perform better. We help businesses make profits by satisfying players and customers. And we help players become educated consumers and direct them to the most technically informed retail, service, and teaching professionals in their area.
You've come to the right place if you are:
- A player looking for a good racquet stringer.
- A current or want-to-be stringer looking for lessons.
- A stringer looking for information on stringing machines, stringing workshops, stringing videos, becoming a USRSA member, or becoming a certified stringer.
- A teaching pro looking to advise students on choosing the best equipment to help their game.
- A retail professional seeking competitive advantage in equipment knowledge and service.
- A USRSA member wanting to renew your membership, sign up for a certification test or workshop, get technical help, or communicate with headquarters.
- A racquet industry insider keen on keeping abreast of the rapidly evolving technology of sport.
- An enthusiast who wishes to further understand, explore, improve, and enjoy the games of tennis, racquetball, squash, and badminton.
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