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Texas

USTA TEXAS

JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS

<h2>USTA TEXAS</h2>
<h1>JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS</h1>
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Junior Team Tennis (JTT) is a program that provides organized match play in a team setting. Through singles, doubles and mixed doubles formats, team competition helps kids develop a sense of individual contribution within a group. 

 

JTT promotes social skills and important values by fostering a spirit of cooperation and unity, as well as self-growth. Whether they win or lose, kids learn that succeeding is really more about how they play the game.

 

Find a JTT Program

JTT registration is available for kids ages 6-18, and Area League Coordinators help group participants into teams based to their age and skill level. Teams are preferably co-ed, but they can be created as single gender (boys or girls only) depending on the season. The round robin and non-elimination formats are used to maximize participation and match experience. ADVERTISEMENT National junior tennis championship competitions are also available for season section winners. Please note that USTA membership is not required for all league seasons.

 

 

 

Interested in starting a league in your area? Contact Veronica Nicholls for more information about the JTT programs in Texas and how to start a league of your own. 

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FAQ

 

What is Junior Team Tennis?

Junior Team Tennis is available for players ages 6-18. JTT brings together players on a team to play lines of singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other teams of similar ages and ability level. 

 

Why should I/my child play Junior Team Tennis? 

 

With Junior Team Tennis, you’ll learn about unity, sportsmanship and how to work together to achieve success. You’ll also learn that success isn’t just about winning; it’s about how you play the game and respond to challenges. JTT is a fun alternative way to increase match play experience with the support of your team to cheer you on. 

 

How can parents get involved?

 

Nearly 100,000 kids nationwide play Junior Team Tennis annually, thanks to the parents who donate their time and talents. In fact, your parents can get involved today, whether they’re pros or if they’ve never picked up a racquet. They can even start a team if there isn’t one nearby. Click here to learn more about being a team captain. 

 

What division should I/my child play in? 

 

USTA Texas offers a variety of tracks and divisions for players of all ages and abilities. Local areas host tracks and divisions based on interest from their community. Click here for a breakdown of the different divisions and tracks areas host. To find out what divisions are tracks are being hosted in your area, contact your local ALC.

 

USTA Texas began using Junior Ratings in 2017. For more information about Junior Ratings and how to find your Junior Rating click here

 

How do I get started?

 

1. Find a league and contact your local Area League Coordinator. Your local ALC will help you find a team near you of similar ability and age.

 

2. Create a USTA Account on TennisLink. Your local league may or may not require you to have a USTA Membership. Be sure to check with your Team Captain or ALC.

 

3. Register for a team and self-rate if needed. Most leagues for players 11 years or older now require you to have a Junior Rating. If required, you will be asked to self-rate at registration if you do not already have a rating. 

 

Note: Make sure to stay in touch with your team captain and local league coordinator throughout the season. They will notify you of your player's match schedule, special events and the next season league information.

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