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If you love playing tennis...
you’re going to love it even more as part of a team!

 

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JTT Buffalo is a collaborative effort between United States Tennis Association (USTA) Eastern, Buffalo Niagara Community Tennis Association (BNCTA), area tennis facilities and local instructors.  JTT provides a great way for our youth to have fun, be active and make new friends while developing their tennis skills.  Our goal is for all players to learn the rules, etiquette, sportsmanship, strategy as well as strokes of tennis….AND TO LOVE IT!

2017 JTT League Information:

  • Co-ed teams- play singles, doubles and mixed doubles
     
  • Age Divisions: 10 & Under, 12 & Under, 14 & Under, 18 & Under.
     
  • Form your own team of at least four players or be placed on an existing team.
     
  • USTA Junior Membership required ($20); free for first-time players aged 10 and under.
     
  • Local league play will occur January – April at area tennis clubs on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun).  
     
  • Each team will be scheduled for at least six matches- play as often as your schedule permits.

 

Volunteer coaches and assistant coaches are needed- please let us know if you can help!

 

Questions?  Please email jrteamtennisbuffalo@gmail.com

 

 


 News:

Registration information coming soon for the 2017 winter session of Junior Team Tennis!   Matches will be played at area tennis clubs on weekends: January-April, 2017.

Players get a chance to practice the tennis skills they learn in lessons in the fun and competitive Jr. Team Tennis match format. The JTT players improve their singles, doubles and mixed doubles games while making new friends and have lots of fun.

Established in 1991, USTA Jr. Team Tennis provides youth with all of the health and social benefits of tennis in a co-ed, fun and competitive team environment, and allows participants to compete with and against individuals of similar skill and age levels. USTA Jr. Team Tennis is also a fun environment for kids to learn that succeeding is really more about how they play the game—win or lose.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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