To become an Elite Professional, a USPTA member must be at least 22 years old, pass the written Elite exam, which covers business, programming, sport science and tennis operations, Elite stroke analysis exam and the Elite-level on-court exams. In addition, members must earn 16 specialty course and 24 APC credits. Elite Professionals are required to earn 6 credits every three years to maintain their membership. They commonly are considered for director of tennis or head tennis professional positions.
Loudoun County School Tennis Initiative supported by the Loudoun Junior High Performance Tennis Center with Julius Mashonganyika a United States Tennis Association U.S.T.A. High Performance Tennis Coach and a U.S P.T.A. Specialist in Competitive Player Development. Loudoun Junior Tennis Development Program provides opportunities for increased participation in tennis for junior players who are 18-and-under and identify the talented players.