- The court sizes.
- The racquet sizes.
- The balls.
- The scoring system.
Even the net height has been adjusted to ease kid’s entry into the sport. This new tennis format is tailor-made for kids. And when all these elements are used together, it truly works. Any child between ages five and ten can start playing tennis almost immediately, even if he or she has never picked up a racquet before. Plus, just like other popular sports with youth versions, the QuickStart format stresses the importance of play and team competition. And since most kids love team sports, this new format is now part of the USTA Jr. Team Tennis league.
Kids will now have the opportunity to play with their friends while developing their skills.
For more Quickstart information CLICK HERE!!
Community Recreational Coaches Workshop
Hosted by San Diego City College
1313 Park BlvdTaught by USTA Trainer Karen Ronney
$25 for 6 Hour session
USPTA and USTA development coaches certification hours
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