Texas

JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS

FOR TEAM CAPTAINS

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Team captains can be anyone from coaches, to parents or volunteer tennis enthusiasts from the area. Captains may hold various responsibilities such as a recruiter, manager, cheerleader, and coach for their team. 

 

 

 

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Online coaching resources are available for all registered USTA providers. Interested in hosting a staff training for your coaches and volunteers? Contact USTA Texas for assistance in setting up an on-court training and possible training materials for your participants. (Please allow at least four (4) weeks before your desired training date.)
Online coaching resources are available for all registered USTA providers. Interested in hosting a staff training for your coaches and volunteers? Contact USTA Texas for assistance in setting up an on-court training and possible training materials for your participants. (Please allow at least four (4) weeks before your desired training date.)
Captain Resources
Online coaching resources are available for all registered USTA providers. Interested in hosting a staff training for your coaches and volunteers? Contact USTA Texas for assistance in setting up an on-court training and possible training materials for your participants. (Please allow at least four (4) weeks before your desired training date.)
In 2017, USTA began using Junior Ratings for Junior Team Tennis. Ratings are designed to reward you for competing, inspire you to develop your game, and offer the opportunity to compete more regularly and to be the best you can be. Utilizing this rating system is a great way to group players of similar ability together on teams and within line-ups.
In 2017, USTA began using Junior Ratings for Junior Team Tennis. Ratings are designed to reward you for competing, inspire you to develop your game, and offer the opportunity to compete more regularly and to be the best you can be. Utilizing this rating system is a great way to group players of similar ability together on teams and within line-ups.
Ratings Information
In 2017, USTA began using Junior Ratings for Junior Team Tennis. Ratings are designed to reward you for competing, inspire you to develop your game, and offer the opportunity to compete more regularly and to be the best you can be. Utilizing this rating system is a great way to group players of similar ability together on teams and within line-ups.
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