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JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS PLAYER AND PARENT INFORMATION

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What is Junior Team Tennis? 

Experience tennis thrills, make friends and be part of a team! The game has never been more fun for children between the ages of 6 and 18.

Junior Team Tennis allows kids to enjoy the sport for a lifetime from the very first day of play.

 

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How do I find a program in my area?

The very first thing a parent should do in order to get their kid involved would be to contact a Junior Team Tennis coordinator close to home. 

How do I sign up for a team?

Our list of coordinators can be found by clicking here.
 

 

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What levels do Junior Team Tennis leagues offer?

Play in USTA Junior Team Tennis involves Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels with singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Best of all, USTA Junior Team Tennis is for children of all ages, including those 10 and under, featuring leagues with smaller courts, shorter and lighter racquets, and lower-bouncing and slower-moving balls. As kids learn the game, we do our best to make sure that everyone has a chance to be part of competitive play.

How do I know what level to have my child play? Click here for more information. 

For more information about 10 & Under tennis please click here.

Click here to get your First Year FREE 10 & Under USTA Membership

 

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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 local league coordinator or Tyler Strong tylerstrong@ustatn.com

 

 

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