The USTA Eastern Section, based in White Plains, N.Y., is a not-for-profit community service organization whose mission is to promote and develop the growth of tennis. The section encompasses all of New York State, Northern New Jersey and Greenwich, Conn. It is one of 17 geographic sections of the United States Tennis Association, the governing body of tennis.
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Net Generation – Play at Home – Tips and activities to keep your kids active
The USTA and Net Generation are here to help you keep your children active. Because even when schools are closed, there are plenty of ways to stay engaged while nurturing creativity and a love for learning. Here you’ll find tennis tips and fun activities to keep everyone in the family active and occupied, along with tennis-themed educational content from the USTA Foundation’s Academic Creative Engagement (A.C.E.) Curriculum. It’s all designed to make sure the learning—and the fun—doesn’t have to stop.
Tennis is easy to learn and tailored for all ages and abilities, giving kids a game that will help them build friendships and learn skills they’ll use for life. The USTA offers 18- and-under youth tennis programs and support from clinics to playing on a tennis team to competitive junior tournaments. Whether you are a beginner or a high school star, The Next Generation of Greats are in Net Generation – Official Youth Tennis of the USTA.
Youth Programs include:
Tennis doesn’t have to end after high school. You can play on a varsity program, through Tennis On Campus or even start your own intramural team at whatever college campus you choose. In addition, there are resources available to help you pick the program that is right for you.
From competitive programs like USTA Leagues and Tournaments to casual play options like social leagues and team up events, Adult Tennis programs offer something for players of all skill levels ages 18 and over. Learn more about some of our signature programs: