Play Days are a great way to get kids into, and interested in, tennis. They typically last two to three hours, and allow kids to play multiple matches in a non-elimination setting – all with the goal of enhancing skills and making friends in a fun, social atmosphere.
Play Days feature:
- Low-pressure, non-elimination formats
- Organized by level/ability or experience
- Modified serving for less-experienced players
- Rotate and play multiple opponents in short, continuous matches
- Play formats can vary and include team play
- Can feature wheelchair or adaptive play
- Provides a fun atmosphere with refreshments, prizes and awards
- Can be hosted by schools, parks, youth centers, colleges and tennis facilities
Thousands of Play Days held across the country every year. The program is growing every day, so there is a good chance there is a Play Day in your area.
To find a Play Day near you, go to YouthTennis.com.
Play Days are a great way to get comfortable competing so that kids can transition to playing in USTA Junior Team Tennis and USTA Junior Tournaments.