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About

High School Tennis

January 2, 2017
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Tennis for High Schoolers

Tennis for High Schoolers

The USTA is proud to support the more than 340,000 players and coaches that keep high school tennis thriving nationwide. Whether you are an established coach, tennis professional or a teacher and tennis fan organizing a team for the first time, we have helpful resources and tips to help you organize a successful squad – whether it’s a traditional tennis team or a no-cut program.

 

And for parents and players, there is information available to help you prepare for the upcoming season and learn about off-season play opportunities to keep your kids’ skills sharp year-round.

 

For more on high school tennis, check out the following resources:
 

 

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