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USTA Tournaments
Whether you are ready to compete in singles or doubles, USTA Tournaments are for you. Face off against competitors of a similar age and ability, or test your skills in fun family events. There are entry-level, intermediate and advanced junior tournaments in the yellow- and green-ball categories.
USTA Junior Programs
The USTA provides an array of fun and developmentally appropriate junior programs:


Team Challenge: An introductory environment that allows kids to play without an emphasis on instruction or results.

Junior Team Tennis: A more competitive team format providing kids and teens the many benefits of playing singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches.

Junior Circuit: These events give you the opportunity to develop your skills through level-based play while learning and demonstrating good sportsmanship.

Tennis in Schools
A child's first opportunity to be introduced to tennis is often within their PE class. Many kids and teens then have the opportunity to compete on teams in Middle School, High School, or both. Net Generation provides the tools, resources, and education to provide the best possible tennis experience within any school setting.
National Junior Tennis and Learning
The mission of the USTA Foundation is to bring tennis and education together to change lives. It’s flagship program – the National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) network – features nearly 300 chapters to do just that, reaching approximately 180,000 youth on an annual basis, providing free or low-cost tennis and education programming to the 50 largest markets in the U.S.
The USTA provides programming and developmental opportunities to young wheelchair players so that they learn the sport of tennis and have fun. Wheelchair tennis gives kids with disabilities the opportunity to share in activities with their family and friends. We have a complete pathway from youth and high school (Net Generation), through collegiate, the Paralympics and UNIQLO Wheelchair Tour.
Tennis provides many benefits for youth with cognitive and physical disabilities, including hand-eye coordination, balance, mobility, strength and fitness. It builds self-confidence, relieves stress and creates a social outlet. And it's a great way for the family to stay active together.
American Development Model
Discover. Develop. Play. Designed to establish fun and positive experiences for tennis players, the USTA’s American Development Model (ADM) offers a comprehensive athletic development framework for providers, coaches, athletes, and parents for growing friendships, improving skill, and maximizing the potential of players at all levels.