For PLAYERS AGES 6 TO 18:
USTA JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS
February 28, 2017
Why wait until high school to join a tennis team? USTA Junior Team Tennis brings together boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other coed teams.
Beyond being fun and a great form of exercise, Junior Team Tennis is a competitive, level-based environment that promotes individual growth, social growth and life skills.
Why Junior Team Tennis is Right For You
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.
Parents can get involved in Junior Team Tennis, too. If there isn't a Junior Team Tennis league near you, your parent can start a team!
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.
Local Junior Team Tennis or Championship Junior Team Tennis: Which is right for me?
Junior Tennis Team follows two tracks to provide opportunities to players of all abilities: Local Junior Team Tennis or Championship Junior Team Tennis. The local track allows kids and team organizers to play on local level with flexible structures, while the championship track provides teams the opportunity to advance to a national championship – the crown jewel of the USTA Junior Team Tennis season. For more about the Junior Team Tennis National Championship, click here.
If you'd like to get involved with Junior Team Tennis, click here to contact your local section coordinator.