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USTA Midwest Junior Team Tennis

Fact Sheet

April 11, 2017
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USTA Junior Team Tennis is the largest junior tennis league in the USA with over 80,000 participants nation-wide. USTA Junior Team Tennis is often compared to Little League Baseball, as the program offers children the opportunity to develop their individual and team skills in a fun, yet competitive atmosphere. Winning teams progress from Local to District to Section to National Championships.


Program Benefits

  1. Progression to District, Section and National Championships
  2. Program grant and coordinator bonus opportunities
  3. Free marketing support to help with program launch
  4. Nationally branded program increases the visibility of your league
  5. Free access to TennisLink registration and tracking system
  6. Players participating in Section Championships have the opportunity to receive Midwest Level 3. Ranking Points for Advanced Divisions and Level 4 Ranking Points for Intermediate Divisions.
  7. Provides a perfect “first step” pathway for new players of all ages to compete; or high school players to gain match experience in their “off season”


Minimum Requirements 12s; 14s; 18s Division

  • Name league USTA Junior Team Tennis
  • 2 teams in a division, three boys and three girls minimum per team
  • Each player wanting to advance to championships must participate in 2 local league team matches. ADVERTISEMENT A league season may not come from a one- or two-day event. Local league matches must be played over at least a three-day period.
  • Must follow all rules in the Official USTA Junior Team Tennis Rules and Regulations Book
  • Additional local league rules must be sent to District Coordinator before league begins play
  • All participants must be USTA Members. $20
  • Player registration, match schedules, and results must be recorded in TennisLink for all leagues


Minimum Requirements 8s; 10s Divisions

  • 10 Advanced (green ball/full court) Required: 2 local league match dates; program and players registered on line and scores reported on tennis link.
  • Championships. Minimum of three boys and three girls per team.
  • 10 Intermediate (orange ball/60’ court) Required: 2 local league match dates: program and players registered  on line; scores do not  need to be posted. Do not need to advance through District Playoff for Section Championships. In addition, this division is gender neutral.
  • 8 and under programs do not currently have opportunity for advancement at the Section level. Check with your District coordinator for information about any other advancement opportunities.



Local leagues may use any format that fits the characteristics of the league. Below are the recommended formats.


Sectional Championship: One boys' singles, one girls' singles, one boys' doubles, one girls' doubles and one mixed doubles match. The two players playing twice within a team match must play singles and mixed or doubles and mixed. All games count towards overall team score. 10’s intermediate will consist of 2 singles and 4 doubles.


Levels of Play

USTA Junior Team Tennis offers the following levels based on age and Junior Ratings:

Beginner 12, 14, 18 and Under: 2.50 Junior Rating and Below

Intermediate 12, 14, 18 and Under: 3.44 Junior Rating and Below

Advanced 12, 14, 18 and Under: 3.50 Junior Rating and Above

(Please note 10 and under divisions do not generate ratings)

All participants must be age eligible for each age division through August 31, 2017.


Steps to a Successful Program

  1. Locate and train a coordinator (Area League Coordinator)
    * Program manuals, videos, and free training is available for coaches and coordinators
  2. Define characteristics of league
    * Sites, target audience (age and ability), dates/times, format, fees
  3. Fill out league application on TennisLink at
  4. Set up registration process/sign-ups
  5. Design flyer and promote to target audience
    * Schools, Park Districts, Boys & Girls Clubs, YMCA/YWCA, indoor clubs; high school coaches
  6. Complete Roster Registration, make schedule of play and enter results in TennisLink
  7. Coordinate local playoff and send teams to District and Midwest Section Championships


USTA/Midwest Section Championships

USTA Midwest Section Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championships 
July 29th- July 30th, 2017 | Indianpolis, Indiana

** All local league teams must qualify through District Playoffs except for 10 & Under Intermediate and 10 &

Under Advanced teams.** 


Dates to Remember

July 10: Deadline for registration of players for summer leagues (Midnight Eastern time)

July 20: Deadline for Section Championship Team Registration on TennisLink(Except for WIS & WMI)

July 29 - July 30: USTA/Midwest Jr. Team Tennis Section Championships – Indianapolis, Indiana

September 21-24: USTA 14’s National Championships – Orlando, Florida

September 28 - October 1: USTA 18’s National Championships – Orlando, Florida


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