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10 and Under Tennis

 

10 and Under Tennis using the QuickStart Tennis play format takes a new and better approach to introducing kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression; they bounce lower and don't move as fast so they are easier to hit. This allows kids time to get to the ball and helps them develop optimal swing patterns. Racquets are sized for small hands, and the courts are smaller and easier to cover. All that equals more fun and less frustration. Full sized courts can be reconfigured to accommodate up to six 36-foot courts, so instead of waiting in line, kids can spend their time playing.

Kids learn to play baseball by first playing t-ball; they use shorter, lighter bats and larger, softer balls. Kids learning basketball shoot baskets with kid-sized balls and lowered backboards; they play soccer on smaller fields with smaller goals. But when it comes to learning tennis, we still make children play on adult-sized courts with yellow balls and adult-sized racquets. This is asking a lot of a kid who could be 2/3 the size of an adult.

 

 For more information, follow the link10 and Under Tennis

 

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USTA Junior Tennis

 

The USTA’s Junior & Collegiate Competition Department supports and promotes junior and collegiate competition in the United States.  The department is divided into two areas, one that focuses on national competition for junior players (ages 18 and younger) and the other that supports collegiate varsity tennis.  The staff and volunteer committees work with the USTA Sections to ensure our young players have opportunities to reach their maximum potential. 

For general information, click USTA Junior Team Tennis

Have questions?  E-mail Chattanooga's JTT Coordinator - ChattJTT@gmail.com

 

 


 

 

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