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When you bring tennis into your school, whether you work at the elementary, middle or high school level, the benefits to the students transcend the boundaries on the court. You will help your students build self-confidence, learn teamwork and sportsmanship as well as lead healthy lifestyles. Now bringing tennis to your school is easier than ever, with resources and training available from the USTA. Are you looking for a new sport to be offered in your physical education class besides the traditional games like kickball?

 

We provide all of the training and resources, including portable nets that set up right on the gym floor. To get tennis in your physical education classes, have your physical education instructor, athletic director, or principal contact our USTA Tennessee Junior Pathway Coordinator, Thomas Fanjoy. Let us bring tennis to your school!


Why Tennis?

Research has found that early positive experiences in sport create a lifelong commitment to an active lifestyle. Tennis is fun for kids of all ages and levels; with minimal risk of injury the sport provides many social, healthy, and psychological benefits.  Click here to learn more!


USTA School Tennis

Fun, safe, easy, no courts required!!

USTA Schools Tennis provides in-school and extracurricular programming (Kids Tennis Clubs -- see below) for students in grades K-12.  The primary goals of the program are a positive first-time experience, perceived competence, fun and fitness.  Another important element is to help schools meet their health and wellness requirements.  The program offers training, curriculum materials, access to major discounts on kid-friendly equipment and staff support. 

Every day, the USTA and its partners help kids learn not just a sport, but self-confidence, sportsmanship, and the habits
of an active, healthy lifestyle  We are committed to making sure that all kids have an opportunity to play and learn from this sport of a lifetime!!

For more information on how to get tennis into your schools, click here. 

 

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School Workshops

FullSizeRenderSchool Workshops are designed to show physical educators and extracurricular program leaders how to conduct a quality tennis unit. Teachers are shown interactive tennis activities and games while learning how to run a tennis class without the use of courts or a large amount of equipment. One of the main goals is to show teachers, who may not be experienced in tennis, the adaptability of the sport and how they can teach a class engaging a large group of kids. These school workshops are very active, in which teachers participate in all of the activities and usually ends with teachers competing to show off their skills!

All participants are given a Certificate of Attendance and the option to receive curriculum and equipment, upon completion of their Net Generation registration. For more information on school tennis or school workshops, contact Thomas Fanjoy.


Physical Education Programs

 

Achieve your school's health and wellness goals through tennis!  No courts are required and schools can effectively offer PE with tennis sized right for age and ability.

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    -Kid's Club Tennis Club Playbook

    -Registration Incentive Gift

    -Recognition letter and certificate for offering tennis

 

 

 


 

No-Cut Tennis Policy

No-cut coaches play a critical role in tennis by allowing young players the opportunity to experience tennis by being a member of a team.  A no-cut policy sends the message that developing kids of all levels is important to the school.  This opens opportunities for assistance from parents and the community, which can help your shool achieve its health and wellness goals.  THe USTA celebrates the special commitment coaches and schools make to keep all interested players on their teams through numerous incentives.

 

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