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1001 W. 98th Street, Ste. 101
Bloomington, Minn. 55431
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2014 JTT Information



USTA Jr. Team Tennis is the largest junior recreational tennis league in the country. This is the “Little League” for tennis. As the players grow into their skills, the format is adapted to best meet their needs whether using the QuickStart format or playing traditional tennis. JTT is a combination of practice and match play with an emphasis on skill development, fun, teamwork and friendly competition. The local season consists of competing against other teams of similar age and ability level. Teams can choose to participate in a Championship series and try to advance all the way to a national championship. The 2010 Life Time Fitness – Fridley 14 and Under team became the sixth USTA Northern squad to win a JTT National Championship!
There are five levels of JTT ranging in age from 8-18. Within these levels are novice, intermediate and advanced divisions. The teams are coed and consist of at least six players – three boys and three girls – based on similar ages and skill levels. Matches include boys singles, girls singles, boys doubles, girls doubles and mixed doubles and all team matches are determined by a total-games-won format.
Last year, almost 2,700 kids participated in USTA Northern JTT and that number continues to rise as more emphasis is placed on growing leagues for elementary and middle school players!

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JTT All-Time Section Champions/National Champions

Life Time Fridley, Fargo At 2016 18s JTT Nationals

Good luck to the all of the teams that will represent USTA Northern at the 2016 Junior Team Tennis National Championships in Cayce, S.C. Read More

USTA Northern Promotes SafeSport & Sportsmanship

USTA Northern Executive Director Mike Goldammer discusses the Section's initiatives on SafeSport and Sportsmanship – two topics which should be top of mind for every tennis player and provider. Read More

Oliver Summers Named JTT National Organizer of the Year

Oliver Summers of Fargo, N.D., was honored as the 2016 Janet Louer USTA Junior Team Tennis (JTT) National Organizer of the Year at the USTA Semiannual Meeting September 4 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City. Summers is the first person from USTA Northern to ever win the award which is given to an individual who positively influences children’s lives and substantially impacts their community. Read More

2016 JTT Section Championship Final Results

Congratulations to all of the JTT Section Champions! Read More

Junior NTRP Ratings Information

The USTA is piloting junior National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) ratings in 2016 for players in the 12s-18s age groups. These ratings are a measuring tool indicating a standard of play that allows junior players to track their progress. An accurate rating will help players identify levels of play that are compatible with their skills. Read More

Fargo Offer New Friday Night JTT League

Courts Plus in Fargo is offering a new Friday Night Lights JTT program for high schoolers keeping them off the streets and on the courts. Read More

Another Cool JTT Nationals Video

Here is anothern cool JTT Nationals video. Read More

Check Out What It Is Like At JTT Nationals!

Check out this cool video about what it is like to attend a Jr. Team Tennis National Championship. Read More

How JTT Can Improve Your High School Tennis Game!

Former junior player Wyatt McCoy talks about what JTT taught him and how he could apply it to his high school and now college game. Read More

Safety, Security and Sensitivity For Youth Now Available

The USTA has published Safety, Security and Sensitivity - Recommended Guidelines for Youth Tennis Programs. Read More

Video: See What JTT Is All About!

Check out the great slide show by Frank Mazzocco of the 2011 USTA Northern Jr. Team Tennis Section Championships. Read More

Let's Play Tennis! A Guide For Parents and Kids By Andy Ace

Let’s Play Tennis! A Guide for Parents and Kids by Andy Ace is a new book about getting parents and their children started playing tennis together. Read More

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