The USTA provides an array of fun and developmentally appropriate junior programs: Team Challenge: An introductory environment that allows kids to play without an emphasis on instruction or results. Junior Team Tennis: A more competitive team format providing kids and teens the many benefits of playing singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches.
When you’re ready to play competitive tennis, USTA Junior Tournaments are a great way to get out on the court and test your game. You’ll have every opportunity to learn from the best, play against the best – and even make new friends along the way. Read More. National.
Tennis is easy to learn and tailored for all ages and abilities, giving kids a game that will help them build friendships and learn skills they’ll use for life. The USTA has a range of programs designed for all kids looking for fun and a positive play experience. Our developmentally appropriate programs include individual and team play, wheelchair programs, and programs for those that need it most.
Browse our resources on Texas’ Youth Tennis Programs and learn more about the accessible program pathways USTA offers for children of all ages and skill levels. From championship level, to beginner, Texas Youth Tennis cultivates lifelong skills and irreplaceable friendships. Discover youth tennis opportunities in Texas today!
Midwest Youth Team Tennis is an intro to tennis program for kids ages 5 and up. We use smaller courts, shorter racquets and lower bouncing balls, so players will achieve greater physical activity and feel successful at tennis right from the start.
Junior High Performance Registration Sheet . Quickstart Tennis: For the beginner player 5-14 years of age. Juniors will learn the basics of all tennis strokes with fun drills to spark interest. We will use Quickstart red, orange and green balls which bounce lower than yellow balls. Players are typically separated by age and skill when on court.
Management reserves the right to refuse admission to, or eject, any person whose conduct is deemed by Management to be disorderly, who uses vulgar or abusive language, or who fails to comply with the rules, terms, and conditions applicable to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center facilities.
Two eight days sessions of lessons were held at American Legion Park in June and July. 137 kids took lessons this summer.
The USTA is the governing body of tennis in the U.S. and is dedicated to the development and growth of tennis and establishes rules of play and standards of amateurism and good sportsmanship. 2021 Champions