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JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS

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Now is the time to start a Junior Team Tennis team. New, flexible team structures make it easy to get more kids playing. Organize a team and build a groundswell of tennis excitement to attract new families to your facility and build your business.

  • More teams: gender neutral and single gender teams
  • More local play: kids play at least twice each match 
  • More fun: cooperative line-ups for level-based play

STEP 1: CONTACT YOUR SECTION, FIND YOUR LOCAL LEAGUE COORDINATOR

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Think nationally, act locally. Your first move should be to get in touch with your local USTA coordinator and find an opportunity close to home.
 
If you are unsure of where to start, search for the coordinator in your section. If you're unsure of your USTA section, you can find it by clicking here.
 

STEP 2: INTRODUCE YOURSELF TO "SAFE PLAY"

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"Safe Play" embodies the organization's commitment to respect and safety for all tennis participants, including those in Junior Team Tennis. In the spirit of creating a safe and fun environment for all, we require Junior Team Tennis coaches, managers, co-managers, and local coordinators to take part in this program, consisting of safety training, policy review and a background screen.
 
Learn all about USTA Safe Play, and click here to register for your background screening session.
 

STEP 3: NEVER STOP LEARNING

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We're always learning more about this great sport and how to instruct kids so that they can maximize their talents. A collaboration between the USTA, USPTA, PTR and the USOC, CoachYouthTennis.com can be a great resource!
 
This innovative program provides valuable educational resources for coaches of every level – review interactive online courses and sign-up for on-court workshops, quick and easy.
 
To access the site, you will need to register here.
 

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.
 
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