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Junior Team Tennis

Manager Information

WHERE TO START?

Want to be a Junior Team Tennis Manager, but not sure where to start?
Contact your Junior Team Tennis Local League Coordinator and they can help!

How to Become a JTT Manager?
First and Foremost, every Team Manager must have passed their background screening.
Click here to start the process & read about USTA Safe Play.
Comparison of Local Junior Team Tennis and Championship Junior Team Tennis
How do I Register My Team?
JTT  Managers Responsilbilities

Manager's Checklist (editable)
JTT Player/Parent Expectations (editable)

JTT Code of Ethics

Connect your Junior Team Tennis Players to tournaments is Tennessee!


MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION:

You and every member of your team must fill out the Tennessee Concussion Policy
Learn More about the Tennessee Youth Sports Concussion Policy for Team Sports!
Concussion Coach/Manager Form
Concussion Parent/Player Form

Need to enter match scores?
Score Entry Process

Score Entry Link (Must be logged in to enter scores)

Every Team Manager needs to know the rules!
2017 Junior Team Tennis National Rules and Regulations
2017 Junior Team Tennis Southern Additions

2017 Junior Team Tennis Tennessee Additions 


Contact your local league coordinator for local rules & regulations.


QUICK LINK RESOURCES: 

View Stats and Standings
Create a Team (Must be logged in to Create a team)
USTA National Junior Team Tennis Website
USTA Southern Junior Team Tennis Website

For more useful information regarding Junior Team Tennis please click here.


USTA Junior Team Tennis brings kids together in teams to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other teams. It promotes social skills and important values by fostering a spirit of cooperation and unity, as well as individual self-growth. Also, it’s a fun environment for kids in which they learn that succeeding is really more about how they play the game – win or lose.

QUESTIONS?

Contact your JTT Coordinator or Director of Junior Tennis, Tyler Strong.

 

 

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