For Players Ages 6 to 18: Junior Team Tennis
USTA Junior Team Tennis is a United States Tennis Association national program. Junior Team Tennis gives boys and girls ages 18 and under the opportunity to participate in recreational competition in round-robin format. Teams/players play against others of similar ability where the focus is on FUN, SPORTSMANSHIP and TEAMWORK.
USTA Northwestern Ohio offers divisions for the following:
- 18 and under
- 14 and under
- 12 and under
- 10 and under (Green and Orange)
For more information on Junior Team Tennis programs in you area, contact Amy Beaverson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Team Tennis High School - University of Toledo
Season starts June 11 and ends July 16.
Tuesdays, 4 to 6 p.m.
$25 registration fee includes t-shirt. USTA membership NOT required.
Register at https://tennislink.usta.com/TeamTennis/Main/Registration.aspx. Enter team number 8566376197 and USTA number or USTA non-member #.
Junior Team Tennis Buckeye League
Fridays in the Summer
12 to 2 p.m.: 14 & Under
2 to 3 p.m.: 10 & Under
- June 14: University of Toledo Kick-off
- June 21: Inverness
- June 28: Twos Athletic Club
- July 12: Toledo Tennis Club
- July 19: Shadow Valley Maumee
Each week players will be placed on teams to compete on team.
Cost is $25. Register online at usta.com.
Click here for a list of team numbers.
Optional Practice at Toledo Tennis Club
June 5-July 17, 2020. No practice on July 3.
Wednesdays, 4 to 5 p.m.
$30 paid to NWOTA Paypal at paypal.me/tennisisourgame
Questions about these JTT programs? Contact Liz Moulton at email@example.com or (419) 410-0733.
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