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Early Development Camp Combines

February 15, 2017
<p><span class="articletitle">Early Development Camp Combines</span></p>
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The USTA would like to invite your child to participate in a 2017 Early Development Camp Player Combine. Early Development Camps are the first step in the USTA Player Development Pathway and aim to provide young tennis playing athletes around the country an opportunity to get involved in future training opportunities using high performance standards for orange ball tennis.

 

The EDC Combine will consist of six stations designed for players to showcase their athletic and tennis abilities. The goal of the coaches leading the Combine will be to identify players to participate in a series of Early Development Camps later in the year, and also to provide information on other developmental options provided by the USTA. We believe this will be an excellent opportunity for your child to be observed by coaches in your district and section and who can provide information to you and the section in regard to future developmental opportunities available to your child.

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While this will be an evaluative process for the coaches, it will also be fun for the players! Additionally, your child should be able to serve and rally in order for them to get the most out of the experience.

Not a USTA member? No problem! 10 & Under players can currently join the USTA free of charge. Click here and use the code: FYF16CNS to get your first-time membership for free.

 

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