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Red Orange Green R.O.G. Tennis
Red Orange Green

What is R.O.G.?

Red, orange, and green tennis balls bounce lower, they don't move as fast through the air and are easier to hit. Kids tennis racquets are sized for small hands and courts are smaller and easier to cover.

Why R.O.G.?
Why R.O.G.?

R.O.G. Tennis follows the same logic as other youth sports like baseball or soccer, which use kid-sized equipment. Kids learn to play baseball by first playing T-ball; they use shorter, lighter bats and larger, softer balls. Kids learning basketball short baskets with kid-sized balls on lowered backboards and they play soccer on smaller fields with smaller goals.

How R.O.G. Benefits the Kids

 

By using this format, the benefits are immediate and within a short time kids are rallying, playing, and excited to keep playing. That means kids will have more fun and less frustration. They're playing real tennis and having real fun--and that's what is the most important.

 

  • Frustration is cut down when equipment and rules match kids' development level
  • Kids learn tennis faster and can master skills before moving on to the next level
  • They're playing real tennis and having a lot of fun at the same time
  • Kids build confidence in their game with balls they can hit and a court they can cover
  • With shorter matches, more kids can play competitively more often
  • Kids are more likely to keep playing and improve their tennis game when they're having fun
As of September 1, 2016, USTA Northern California began using the new National Youth Progression tracking system for 10 and under (10U) players in the section. The system tracks player’s progress through participation in progression eligible Junior Team Tennis and Tournaments.
As of September 1, 2016, USTA Northern California began using the new National Youth Progression tracking system for 10 and under (10U) players in the section. The system tracks player’s progress through participation in progression eligible Junior Team Tennis and Tournaments.

What is the Youth Progression?

As of September 1, 2016, USTA Northern California began using the new National Youth Progression tracking system for 10 and under (10U) players in the section. The system tracks player’s progress through participation in progression eligible Junior Team Tennis and Tournaments.

Players can see how many virtual stars and trophies they need to acquire to reach the next level through their “My Player Page” in Tennislink. To access the “My Player” page, go to Tennislink and click on the “My Tennis” tab. Enter in the player’s USTA number and password to be directed to the player’s “Welcome” screen. 

 

NorCal Junior Tennis News

Resources

 

Contact Information

 

Summer Verhoeven

Red, Orange, Green, Yellow Development

(510) 263-0465

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