Kids can show their stuff—and share the fun—by playing on teams and in leagues. From schools, to local park and recs, to tennis facilities and tennis organizations, there are many opportunities for youngsters to participate in tennis and remain active, involved and healthy.
Programming and Play Opportunities for ages 11+
Nearly 3,000 school coaches across the country have a no-cut policy for their tennis teams, giving thousands of middle- and high-school students of all abilities the opportunity to play tennis and represent their school as part of a team, helping to create well-rounded student-athletes. Click here to learn more about No-Cut Tennis Teams.
For ages 5 to 18, Jr. Team Tennis brings kids together in teams to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other teams, promoting social skills and important values by fostering a spirit of cooperation and unity, as well as self-growth. Click here to learn more about Junior Team Tennis!
Now, bringing tennis to a school—whether elementary, middle or high school—is easier than ever, with resources that the USTA has to offer to help grow tennis involvement among students of all ages.
There are tournaments at all levels so players can polish their games and continue to improve. Click Here to learn more about Junior Tournaments