JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS USTA PACIFIC NORTHWEST
JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS

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USTA Junior Team Tennis brings together boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other coed teams.Beyond being fun and a great form of exercise, Junior Team Tennis is a competitive, level-based environment that promotes individual growth, social growth and life skills.

 

What is Junior Team Tennis:

Kids, parents and coaches are invited to get in on the fun of USTA Jr. Team Tennis in the Pacific Northwest Section!

 

USTA Jr. Team Tennis is the largest youth tennis program in the country, helping girls and boys ages 6 to 18 get in the game, get on the court, and have a good time. Teams are coed and made up of at least six players, three boys and three girls, based on similar ages and skill levels. The emphasis is on skill development, fun, teamwork and friendly competition, all with the possibility of advancing to the national championship.

 

Parents are needed around the Pacific Northwest Section to organize teams and coordinate leagues. Kids can join their friends on teams where they can have fun and work on their tennis games.

 

Most areas of the USTA Pacific Northwest offer a Jr. Team Tennis Local League. If you would like to be the parent manager of a team or sign your kids up for a team, please contact your local USTA Jr. Team Tennis Coordinator.

 

If there is not a league in your neighborhood and you would like to get one started, contact Trenton Corvino at tcorvino@pnw.usta.com or (503) 520-1877 x3332.

 

 YOUTH GUIDE FOR PLAY

USTA Jr. Team Tennis offers the following levels based on age and NTRP rating:

 

10 & under and 12 & Under
Intermediate: 3.0 NTRP and Below
Advanced: 3.5 NTRP and Above

 

14 & under

Intermediate: 3.0 NTRP and Below
Advanced: 3.5 NTRP and Above

 

18 & Under
Intermediate: 3.0 NTRP and Below
Advanced: 3.5 NTRP and Above

 

Click HERE to view and print a PDF file of the general characteristics of various NTRP playing levels.

 

If you are not able to view PDF files please click HERE to view the general characteristics of various NTRP playing levels.

 

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