QuickStart Tennis is a relatively new format to help kids learn to play and be successful with the game. Students are successful with this program due to USTA regulated age specific court sizes, net heights, racquet sizes, reduced bounce tennis balls, and scoring system. QuickStart stresses the importance of play and team competition. This new tennis format is tailor-made for kids and is now part of USTA Jr Team Tennis.
QuickStart Tennis Tots This is an introductory program for beginners using the new USTA approved QuickStart program. At an early age, students are taught the fundamentals of the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead and serve, including proper grips. Students participate in drills and fun tennis games to develop hand-eye and other basic coordination skills.
This is an introductory program for beginners using the new USTA approved QuickStart program. These classes teach the fundamentals of the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead, and serve, including proper grips. Students also learn proper footwork, scoring and general knowledge of the game of tennis. Participants in this program are moved into the Junior Level 5 program as their skills advance.
The goal of this program is to fine-tune the fundamental strokes and introduce match play. All strokes are worked on in detail at the beginning half of each session. The second half is set aside for games which are most importantly fun, but also allow the students to learn the rules of the game, court etiquette, and basic strategies. Intermediate students will be ready to either compete in USTA Jr. Level 5 tournaments or join a Beginner USTA Jr. Tennis Team or Beginner Jr ALTA team.
This is a recreational league which offers children the opportunity to develop their individual and team tennis skills in a fun, yet competitive atmosphere. Teams are co-ed, divided by age groups, and must have at least 6 players. Winning teams have the ability to advance to district, sectional and national playoffs.
USTA Junior Tournaments
Register at USTA.com - All tournaments are USTA Sanctioned
March 4-5, 2017 April 22-23, 2017 July 22-23, 2017 August 19-20, 2017 October 21-22, 2017