Advance your game by getting on the court, learning from the best and connecting with your friends. Competing in Junior Tournaments will help take your game as far as you want to go – high school, college or the pros.
When your child is ready to compete, there is no better way to start than with USTA Junior Tournaments. Junior Tournaments are great for kids who want to test their games, get out on the court and make new friends along the way. There is local competition for kids of all levels – entry-level, intermediate and advanced –and as age and ability advance, there are also national level tournaments.
USTA Junior Tournaments are offered in a variety of formats, including individual, team, non-elimination and elimination. This allows kids to compete in a way that makes them feel comfortable, that matches their level of play and helps them to experience success. There are also competitions for wheelchair tennis.
Junior Tournaments help kids take their game as far as they want – high school, college or pros – or just have fun competing, all while advancing as players.
Competition in USTA Junior Tournaments does require a USTA Membership. To learn more on how to become a member, click here.
Click here to see the 2017 Junior Competitive Structure and 2017 National Junior Tournament schedule.