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Eastern

USTA Eastern

Early Development Camps

January 28, 2020
<p><span class="articletitle">USTA Eastern</span></p>
<p><span class="articlesubtitle">Early Development Camps</span></p>
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Early Development Camps

 

Early Development Camps are the beginning of the TEAM USA Player Development Camp Pathway designed to provide additional tennis opportunities for young tennis players ages 7-10. The camps emphasize fundamentals and overall athletic development in a fun, educational environment. Players selected for these camps have already participated in Youth Progression tournaments and Junior Team Tennis (JTT).

 

Check out the complete TEAM USA Player Development Camp Pathway

 

Orange Ball Camps 

 

Participants attend one of three Orange Ball curriculums: The Expert Rallyer, The Net Dominator and The All Court Player. Each includes a parent presentation and mental skills unit. Parents of participants will receive an assessment from the Early Development Faculty Coach shortly after the camp.

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Green Ball Camps

 

Early Development Green Ball Camps are the next progression stage on the TEAM USA Pathway. These camps emphasize fundamentals and overall athletic development. They also help athletes prepare to play on a 78-foot court by covering tactical and game development awareness. Athletes selected will have progressed from Orange Ball to Green Ball Youth Progression Events (Sanctioned Tournaments and JTT).

 

There are three different Green Ball curriculums: Becoming an Offensive Player, Defending the Court and Taking Control of the Point. Each includes a parent presentation and mental skills unit. Parents of participants will receive an assessment from the Early Development Faculty Coach shortly after the camp.

 

EDC Testimonials 

 

“It’s a wonderful opportunity for both players and coaches to become familiar with the systems and philosophies of the USTA. The parents and players all feel as if they are a part of Team USA and the feedback has been 100% positive from all the parents I have spoken with.” – Junior Development Director from EDC host club

 

“He had a fantastic experience and truly confirmed his passion for the game. He learned so much about the game from all the coaches, including some of the intangibles...respect, work ethic, resilience, but more importantly, remembering to always have fun!” – Parent of EDC Camp Participant

 

2020 EDC Schedule

 

Orange Ball Camps

 

Northern Orange Ball Camps: May 16, 2020 and May 17, 2020 at Sportime Schenectady

 

Green Ball Camps

 

New Jersey Green Ball Camps: April 26, 2020 and May 31, 2020 at East Brunswick Racquet Club.

 

Southern Green Ball Camps: May 9, 2020 and May 30, 2020 at Lifetime Athletic Club.

 

Metro Green Ball Camps: May 2, 2020 and May 30, 2020 at MatchPoint NYC.

 

 

Don't see a camp in your area? Bookmark this page—we will post more dates as they become available.

 

 

For more information contact Gustavo Loza at loza@eastern.usta.com.

 

Download the official 2020 USTA Eastern Player Experience Guide for more information on junior tennis in the Eastern section.

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