For Players Ages 6 to 18:
Junior Team Tennis
Why wait until high school to join a tennis team? USTA offers four unique formats to enjoy team comradery and competition at the level that best fits your child.
Team Challenge is a low-pressure team environment that allows children to develop their skills. through level-based play without an emphasis on instruction or results!
Providers: Learn more about hosting a Team Challenge here.
Players/Parents: Find a Team Challenge opportunity near you by clicking here.
Learn more on how Team Challenges are different from Team Tournaments here.
Team Tournament is an innovative way for children to gain match experience, develop their skills through level-based play and demonstrate good sportsmanship!
Providers: Learn more about hosting a Team Tournament here.
Players/Parents: Find a Team Tournament opportunity near you by clicking here.ADVERTISEMENT
Learn more about how Team Tournaments are different from Team Challenges here.
Junior Team Tennis League:
Junior Team Tennis is a more competitive team format providing kids and teens the many benefits of playing singles, doubles and mixed doubles matches.
Learn more about Junior Team Tennis here.
A USTA Junior Round Robin is a single event, non-elimination tournament draw format, that lasts for only up to a half-day. This event format is designed for junior recreational players who are looking to try a tournament experience that allows them to compete as an individual or a doubles team. A USTA Junior Round Robin encourages players by guaranteeing individual match play. Tournament Directors will do their best to place players in groups based on their rating and level of experience, including orange, green, and yellow ball. This will help ensure an appropriate competitive level and positive sportsmanship through level-based play.
Find a Junior Circuit opportunity near you by clicking here.