For YOUNG TENNIS PLAYERS:
USTA JUNIOR TOURNAMENTS
January 2, 2017
Junior Tennis Tournaments: Competitive & Fun
When you’re ready to play competitive tennis, USTA Junior Tournaments are a great way to get out on the court and test your game.
You’ll have every opportunity to learn from the best, play against the best – and even make new friends along the way.
Tennis Tournaments for Youth of All Abilities
There’s local competition at all levels: entry-level, intermediate and advanced. And as you advance, you could very well end up competing at national-level tournaments, of which there are many. There are the USTA National Championships, National Opens, Team Championships, Regional Tournaments and International Tournaments.
USTA Junior Tournaments for Teams, Individuals, and Wheelchair Tennis Players
USTA Junior Tournaments are offered in a variety of formats, including individual, team, non-elimination and elimination. There are also competitions for wheelchair players. This wide range allows you to compete in a way that makes you feel comfortable, suits your level of play and helps you experience success.
By participating in Junior Tournaments, you’ll have a better chance to take your game as far as you want – high school, college or even the pros.
For a list of the 2017 national junior tournaments, click here.
You can also use the search feature in TennisLink to find tournaments in your area. For more, click here.
For additional information and resources, including the National junior competitive structure, seedings and National entry criteria, visit our Resources and Tools page.
And if you have questions, please contact our USTA Junior Tournaments team.