The Junior Club, a non-competitive program for children aged between 3 and 17, allows children to discover tennis and improve through weekly lessons. The pedagogy based on progressive tennis help the kids progress from the mini tennis court to the 24-meter court with different types of balls.
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About the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors The ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors gives players aged 18 and under the opportunity to travel the world and develop their talent. Featuring over 650 tournaments in 140 countries, the Tour sees players compete across six levels of tournament – from JA (which includes the junior Grand Slams) through to J1, J2, J3, J4 and J5 (the lowest grade).
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Find and discover tennis tournaments and events on the ITF's 18-and-under junior tour here using the ITF World Tennis Tour Juniors tournament calendar
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USTA Junior Programs. Team Challenge: An introductory environment that allows kids to play without an emphasis on instruction or results. Junior Team Tennis: A more competitive team format providing kids and teens the many benefits of playing singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches. Junior Circuit: These events give you the opportunity to ...
USTA Jr. Team Tennis (JTT) is a national youth tennis league played in all 50 states. It's not about the individual. It's not about the individual. It's about kids getting together to play singles, doubles, and mixed doubles AS A TEAM against other teams.
Our junior tennis for kids programs and private lessons all have that basic concept in place. Imagine the possibilities of a more rewarding experience in any sport if we can enhance your child’s balance, improve speed, increase sending and receiving skills, amplify complex motor skill development, etc.
At age 15 he started as a tennis camp instructor, and by age 18 he was leading junior recreational and competitive programs at the Carleton Tennis Centre. Over the past 8 years, Alex has been leading Little Aces in elementary schools, progressive tennis leagues at Carleton, and afterschool programs at St. James Tennis Club, where he is ...