Junior Team Tennis
Teamwork makes the dream work.
About Junior Tennis Team (JTT)
Junior Team Tennis (JTT) is a national youth tennis league for players 9-18 that combines the fun of playing tennis with the character-building aspects of team sports. Each JTT program runs for 12 weeks. Teams consist of boys and girls. Each team participates in both practice and match play together, including singles, doubles, and mixed doubles. JTT is a mixture of a fun and competitive environment where kids learn that working together is a key to success.
About Junior Team Tennis for Kids (JTTK)
Junior Team Tennis for Kids (JTTK) was created for younger kids ages 6-12 to play in a team environment with other players of a similar level. The shorter 8-week seasons are designed to help younger players comfortably adapt to league play. JTTK also uses larger and softer tennis balls to accommodate kids who are just starting to play.
Seasons & Divisions
Junior Team Tennis: Ages 9-18
Spring Season: February - May
Winter Season: September - December
Divisions: 12 & Under / 14 & Under / 18 & Under
Skill Levels: NTRP 2.5 / 3.0 / 3.5 / 4.0
Junior Team Tennis for Kids: Ages 6-12
Spring Season: March - May
Summer Season: June - August
Fall Season: October - December
Divisions: Red Ball / Orange Ball / Green Ball
Join a Team
Please contact a coach near you to join a team.
Ala Moana / Makiki
Coach Peter Dungca: email@example.com
Kaimuki / Kahala / Aina Haina
Coach Madeleine Dreith: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Albert Murata: email@example.com
Coach Sheldon Kennell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pearl Harbor / Aiea
Coach Rob Dunn: email@example.com
Kailua / Kaneohe
Coach Shane Cashen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mililani / Waipahu
Coach Neil Okamoto: email@example.com
Coach Richard Sotelo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Mimi Kennell: email@example.com
Youth Progression Pathway & NTRP Ratings
Junior Team Tennis is one of the many ways to earn points towards the USTA’s Youth Progression Pathway. To learn more about the point and rating system, please visit our “Getting Started” page.
Become a Volunteer
The USTA thrives because of our volunteers’ support. If you would like to coach a team or help out at an event, you must first register on Net Generation, the USTA’s youth initiative. Please visit www.netgeneration.com to sign up for a provider account. You will then need to complete the Safe Play online course. For step-by-step registration directions, please see our Net Generation Help Guide.