For the 2013 USTA New England JTT Championship Year, player level will be determined based on points earned in USTA Sanctioned Tournaments through August 31, 2012. Coaches must check the August 2012 USTA New England Standing List (Combined) for all players to make sure they play in the correct division. Details on these player point total requirements are on page 5 of the JTT Program Manual (link below). Coaches can also check the 14's and 18's Advanced Player Lists (link below) to verify which players must play in the advanced division.
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USTA Jr. Team Tennis is the largest youth tennis program in the country helping boys and girls ages 5-18 get on the court and have a good time. Jr. Team Tennis is easy to organize. Only two teams are needed to start a league and it can be played anywhere - at local parks, schools or clubs, on blacktop, cement, multi-purpose courts or gymnasium floors. Tennis courts are not a requirement!
Jr. Team Tennis matches players of similar age and ability to a team. Teams are co-ed and divided into five levels of play: 8 & Under, 10 & Under, 12 & Under, 14 & Under and 18 & Under. The 8 & Under and 10 & Under divisions utilize the 10 and Under Tennis format of play, focusing on healthy competition and fun. Jr. Team Tennis players have the opportunity to play locally or advance to Sectional and National Championships.
Leagues are forming near you! For more information or to get started playing today, contact your local Community Relations Manager.
Background Screening for USTA Jr. Team Tennis Coaches:
USTA New England requires a background screening for all of USTA New England Jr. Team Tennis coaches who will have interaction with players at any time during the USTA Jr. Team Tennis Program. The safety of children involved in any and all USTA New England events is a paramount to the organization. To that end, this policy will take effect immediately. Coaches involved in a USTA New England Jr. Team Tennis League that is presesntly in session are required to complete the background screening prior to any practices, matches or team activities. A new background screening must be done for each calendar year.
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