Browse our resources on Texas’ Youth Tennis Programs and learn more about the accessible program pathways USTA offers for children of all ages and skill levels. From championship level, to beginner, Texas Youth Tennis cultivates lifelong skills and irreplaceable friendships. Discover youth tennis opportunities in Texas today!
Registration Information . Note Applicable to ALL Tournament Levels: You will notice that your credit card will not be charged until the tournament registration has closed and the Player Selection process is completed. 10-18’s players are limited to have ONE active registration per weekend of competition (Players cannot be actively registered for more than 1 tournament per weekend).
While Junior Team Tennis is an environment for our junior players to become more confident with match play, participants are expected to be able to serve, rally, and score without assistance. If a player is not ready for this step USTA’s new team event products (Team Challenge & Team Tournament) can build up their experience. Many of these products are hosted through local tennis centers, schools, and community organizations.
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The USTA Texas College Showcase is for all High School Prospective Student-Athletes, rising freshmen to graduating seniors, interested in learning about the college recruiting process. With college coaches in attendance, the event includes an information session as well as an opportunity for students to participate on court.
The USTA provides an array of fun and developmentally appropriate 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.
Championship Junior Team Tennis in the USTA Eastern Section is divided by age group—14 and Under (14U) and 18 and Under (18U)—and the following levels: Advanced Level (3.5 and above NTRP rating) This division is ideal for players who want to mix up their singles tournament schedule with the fun of team competition.
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