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Junior Team Tennis in Vermont

USTA Junior Team Tennis in Vermont brings together boys and girls, ages 5 to 18, to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other coed teams.

Introducing Net Generation

USTA Vermont is excited to offer USTA's new youth tennis brand: Net Generation. This program offers Schools, Communities and Coaches support, curriculum and resources to help develop the all around junior player. Net Generation's curriculum and progressions teaches tennis to young players with the use of a shortened court, softer balls, and smaller rackets allows kids to have early success and fun so they can start playing right away. www.netgeneration.com is a great way to search for community and coaching opportunities for your junior player. Progression of Tennis

Tennis in Schools

A child's first opportunity to be introduced to tennis is often within their PE class. Many kids and teens then have the pportunity to compete on teams in Middle School, High School, or both. Net Generation provides the tools, resources, and education to provide the best possible tennis experience within any school setting.

USTA Junior Competitive Play

USTA offers many pathways to Competitive Play for Juniors.

Team Challenges & Team Tournaments:
Team Challenge is a low pressure team environment that allows children to develop their skills through level based play without an emphasis on instruction or results! Team Challenges are often only an hour in length and can be offered at the community or clubs. Red/ Orange/Green ball. Team Tournament is an innovative way for children to gain match experience, develop their skills through level-based play, and demonstrate good sportsmanship! A longer half day experience for more team experience, but without the formality of USTA membership or scoring results. Orange/Green/Yellow ball. Can be offered as a one time event or series.

Junior Team Tennis (JTT):
A more competitive team format providing kids and teens the many benefits of
playing singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches. JTT 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. JTT players have the opportunity to play locally or advance to Sectional and National Championships.

Junior Tournaments :
Whether you are ready to compete in singles or doubles, USTA Tournaments are for
you. Face off against competitors of a similar age and ability, or test your skills in fun family events. There are entry-level, intermediate and advanced junior tournaments in the yellow- and green-ball categories.
Click on the links above to learn more and sign up to host a Team Challenges, Team Tournaments, JTT or Junior Tournaments. USTA offers help with advertising, marketing and grant assistance can be available.