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2009 Community Development Workshop Agenda 2008 Tennis Participation Study 2009 Public Facility Funding The Facility Planning Process Facility Types QuickStart Tennis Design Issues/Considerations Tennis Facility Detailing Indoor Tennis 2008 Tennis Participation Study Findings

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2009 community development workshop

2009 Community Development Workshop

  • Agenda
  • 2008 Tennis Participation Study
  • 2009 Public Facility Funding
  • The Facility Planning Process
  • Facility Types
  • QuickStart Tennis
  • Design Issues/Considerations
  • Tennis Facility Detailing
  • Indoor Tennis
2008 tennis participation study findings

2008 Tennis Participation Study Findings

Conducted for:

Conducted by:

December 2008

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Segment Definitions

  • New player: First year person has ever played tennis
  • Rejoiner: Started playing tennis again in the past 12 months after having stopped playing for at least 1 year
  • Continuing player: Has played tennis for more than 1 year
  • Frequent player: Has played tennis 21 or more times in past year
  • Total play occasions: Total number of times all types of players play tennis in a year
key findings
Key Findings
  • Total participation is up again this year (+7%) to nearly 27 million players from 25.1 million in 2007
  • The number of frequent players is up (7%) to 5.62 million, from 5.25 in 2007
  • Continuing players stand at 15.1 million (up 9% over 2007)
  • 5.9 million former players came back to the game in 2008, up 7% (+400,000) over a year ago
  • Total play occasions broke the 600 million mark for the first time (up 13% over 2007)
total participation has reached nearly 27 million 7 over 2007
Total participation has reached nearly 27 million (+7% over 2007).

Percentage of U.S. age 6+ population that played tennis in past year

Total Participation: Played tennis at least once in past year

frequent players now stand at 5 6 million 7 over 2007 and 23 over 2003
Frequent players now stand at 5.6 million (+7% over 2007 and +23% over 2003).

Percentage of age 6+ population that played tennis 21+ times in past year

Frequent Players: Number of players who have played 21+ times in past year

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Tennis is doing a particularly good job at retention; the number of continuing players grew to 15.1 million, up nearly 9% over 2007

Percentage of age 6+ population that played tennis for more than 1 year

Continuing Players: Played tennis for more than 1 year

nearly 6 million former players the most ever came back to the game in 2008 up 7 over 2007
Nearly 6 million former players—the most ever—came back to the game in 2008, up 7% over 2007.

Percentage of age 6+ population that started playing tennis again in past year

Rejoining Players: Started playing tennis again in past after having stopped playing for at least one year

total play occasions broke 600 million in 2008 13 over 2007 and 33 since 2003
Total play occasions broke 600 million in 2008(+ 13% over 2007 and +33% since 2003).

Total play occasions among age 6+ population

Total Play Occasions: Number of times all players play tennis