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Junior Team Tennis

February 7, 2017
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Divisions of Play

Rules/Regulations Program Manual

Coaches & Organizers

Championship Events

Local League Coordinator Contracts

Registration & FAQS

 

USTA Jr. Team Tennis (JTT) is a national youth tennis league played in all 50 states. It's not about the individual. It's about kids getting together to play singles, doubles, and mixed doubles AS A TEAM against other teams.

 

It promotes values and lessons you would expect from any sport by fostering a spirit of cooperation, unity and individual self-growth.

 

Also, it's a fun environment for kids where they learn that succeeding is really more about how you play the game - win or lose.

 

Jr. Team Tennis is for any kid between the ages of 6 and 18 who wants to play.

 

Teams consist of a minimum of three boys and three girls. A team match consists of one line each of boys singles, girls singles, boys doubles, girls doubles and mixed doubles. 

 

Contact your LOCAL LEAGUE COORDINATOR  to find out the specific details of when Jr. Team Tennis seasons start in your area. 

 

 

USTA SOUTHWEST JR. TEAM TENNIS CONTACT 

 

ASHLEY PORTWOOD - aportwood@southwest.usta.com or (480) 289-2351. x. 104.

 

  • Looking to coach or volunteer for a local JTT program . Check out the Coaches/Organizers link above.
  • Looking for a TEAM to play on? Inquire with your local teaching pro about potentially organizing a team. You can also contact your area's Local League Coordinator to help you get started.   

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