Junior Tournaments

USTA Northern offers a year-round schedule of junior tournaments and events. Play opportunities are either by skill level or age division and spread geographically throughout the Section. Junior tournaments offer competitive social atmospheres, opportunities to meet new players, and valuable match-play experience, which is crucial for player development.


Boys and girls 12's, 14's, 16's & 18's age divisions offer ranking points which are valuable in providing additional access to higher level events. Players ages 7-10 are able to play in PlayTracker Programs, which are designed for orange and green ball competition.


Finding Junior Tournaments


All USTA Northern Sanctioned Junior Tournaments appear in this search. You can search by section or zip code to find tournaments. You can also search for and play in tournaments outside of the section.

2024 Junior Tournament Information


USTA Resources for Players here.


2024 Battle of the Sections

Selection Criteria:

  1. The top ranked 16s & 18s players on the National Standings List (NSL) 
  2. The winner of the June closed L3 (or finalist if the winner is also ranked the highest) 
  3. The winner of the January closed L3 (or highest finisher if already selected from above criteria) 
  4. The highest ranking point total accumulated from Northern Section closed L4 events

Boys - July 27th-30th at Notre Dame Courtney Tennis Center in South Bend, IN

Girls - July 28th - 31st at Claremont Club in Claremont, CA




For more information about playing junior tournaments in USTA Northern, please contact Katie Bergmann at

Fair play and sportsmanship is something that impacts the tennis experience on and off the court. USTA Northern is committed to fair play and sportsmanship in our tournaments.


All Northern Section tournament players are asked to sign the Pledge annually (once per calendar year). By doing so, you are helping us create awareness and facilitate a positive culture for all tennis players in the Northern Section.


Player Pledge


Thank you for taking Sportsmanship to heart when you play tennis!



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