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GENERAL INFORMATION

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Get your kids involved in USTA Junior Team Tennis today - just for the fun of it!

If your kids love tennis, they will love it even more as part of a team!

Play in USTA Junior Team Tennis involves singles and doubles. Best of all, USTA Junior Team Tennis is for children of all ages, including those 10 and under, where programs utilize the 10 and Under Tennis format with smaller courts, shorter and lighter racquets, and lower-bouncing and slower-moving balls.

Younger kids enjoy team competition close to home, but as kids progress, top teams can experience the thrill of competing for State, Sectional and National Championships.

USTA Junior Team Tennis is 7 to 9  week program of team practice and match play for youth ages 6-18. Teams comprised of boys and girls of similar age and ability, compete against teams from the same area in one of several divisions. Players are divided by the following age and ability levels:
     Age Categories: 8&U, 10&U, 12&U, 14&U and 18&U
    Play Levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
 
Being a part of Junior Team Tennis requires USTA membership. For information on USTA membership and benefits, click here. The USTA is currently offering a free first year membership for all children ages 10 and under. Click here for more information.

 

Participating Facilities/Sites in the CTA Coverage Area

  • Ballantyne Country Club 704-544-9755
  • Barclay Downs 704-529-0595
  • Belmont Tennis 704-756-8671
  • Blakeney Racquet Club (Members Only)
  • Brookhaven Swim and Tennis Club
  • Carmel Country Club 704-945-3301
  • Charlotte Country Club 704-334-7361
  • Charlotte Indoor Tennis Club 704-554-7777
  • Charlotte Swim and Racquet Club
  • Colonel Beatty Park
  • Firethorne Country Club 704-843-5344
  • Foxcroft East
  • Foxcroft Swim & Racquet 704-364-1366
  • Freedom Park
  • Gaston Country Club
  • Jewish Community Center 704-944-6748
  • Longview Country Club
  • Matthews Tennis Club 704-847-3261
  • Myers Park Country Club 704-364-2395
  • Olde Providence Racquet Club 704-366-9817
  • Park Crossing Swim & Racquet Club
  • Park Road Park
  • Pine Lake Country Club 704-545-5800
  • Providence Country Club (Members only)
  • Quail Hollow Country Club 704-552-1768
  • Raintree Country Club 704-542-8095
  • River Hills Country Club (Members only)
  • Sardis Swim & Racquet Club 704-364-1533
  • Southampton Racquet & Swim Club 704-867-8081
  • The Palisades 704-504-3700
  • TPC Piper Glen (704) 846-1212
  • Weddington Swim & Racquet Club 704-846-2838
  • Windy Rush Swim and Tennis Club

 

USTA Junior Team Tennis 2017 Commission

Area Program Coordinator
Carla O’Connor

10 and UnderTennis Format Division
Dwayne Thomas, Weddington Swim and Racquet Club

dwaynethomas@wsrc.us

12 & Under Beginner Division
 

12 & Under Intermediate Division
Matt Kline, Foxcroft Hills Swim and Tennis

foxcroftmen@yahoo.com

14 & Under Beginer and Intermediate Divisions
John Trimp, Sardis Swim & Racquet Club
 
JohnTrimp@gmail.com

12 & Under and 14 & Under Advanced Divisons
TBD

18 & Under Intermediate & Advanced Divisions
TBD

At-Large
Thomas Eek, Myers Park Country Club

thomas_eek@yahoo.com


 

The Charlotte USTA Junior Team Tennis Commission is comprised of the Area Program Coordinator and other representation for USTA Junior Team Tennis in the community. The Commission meets about three times per year for the purpose of evaluating the present status and effectiveness of the program; and to assist the Area Program Coordinator with planning and organizing for the continued development of the league. Commissioners will serve as mentors to assist new and existing sites, site directors, tennis pros and team parents.

Each Commissioner is assigned to a specific division with the following responsibilities:

  • Reviewing the accuracy of the posted schedules.
  • Monitoring forfeits by division and site.
  • Monitoring the scores/standings to be sure they are up to date.
  • Declaring the flight/division winners. Determining the final standings for
    advancement to the playoffs or State Championship in the Spring Season.
  • Responding to telephone calls/e mails with questions or concerns as it relates to
    their assigned area. If necessary, consulting with the Program Coordinator/
    other Commissioners for clarification or resolution.
  • Determining best course of action regarding grievances.
 

 
 
 
 
 
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