HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS
PARENTS AND PLAYERS
January 1, 2017
High school tennis is an incredible opportunity to compete in a great environment for teenagers – on a team with friends. And its benefits are many, both in terms of health, fitness and social interaction. So don’t wait. Act today to get yourself – or your child – in the game.
Many high school tennis players want to play year-round, both to gain on-court experience and to have fun and be with friends. Check out these off-season play opportunities to stay in the game well after the season ends.
Off-season play opportunities
Benefits of high school tennis
Tennis is the sport for a lifetime, and its many benefits can be found below. To see more on why you or your child should get active in high school tennis, click here.
Play Days let kids experience the thrill of competition without the pressure. Kids are introduced to competition in a low-pressure setting where the emphasis is on fun. Play Days allow kids to play quick matches with others of similar age and skill so they can transition to team tennis and tournaments. Click here for more information.
Junior Team Tennis
Kids can get active, have fun and make friends by playing tennis on a team. Junior Team Tennis allows kids to enjoy the sport for a lifetime from the very first day of play. Click here for more information.
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. Click here for more information.
News and features
Keep up with all the latest news and information about youth and high school tennis by visiting our news and features page.
Improve your game
Take your game to the next level with our instructional tips, advice on the rules of the game, features, and health and wellness exercises. To access it all, visit the USTA Improve Your Game page.
Play tennis in college
Careers in tennis
Preparing students to enter the workforce is a team effort, one that requires research and open communication. Learn more about earning a college degree in professional tennis management. And check out Careers Beyond Tennis to explore and discuss four diverse career paths within the tennis industry. There are endless ways to stay engaged with the sport you love once you understand that tennis is more than a game – it’s a career!