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Junior Team Tennis


USTA Junior Team Tennis brings kids together in teams to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other teams. It promotes social skills and important values by fostering a spirit of cooperation and unity, as well as individual self-growth. Also, it’s a fun environment for kids in which they learn that succeeding is really more about how they play the game – win or lose.

How does it work?
USTA Junior Team Tennis is designed for kids ages 5-18. They are immediately placed on teams. All you need to start a league are two teams. Matches can be held anywhere from a local park or school to a commercial or private club. Teams are preferably co-ed but can also be single gender (boys only or girls only). They are divided by the following age and play levels:

Age Groups: 18U, 14U, 12U, 10U and 8U
Play Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Local League Coordinators

Cary Int/Adv Fiona Degnan

Cary Recreational Reid Kinlaw 919-462-2061
Charlotte Carla O'Connor  
Chapel Hill LeeAnn Rose 919-358-1179
Concord Chad Oxendine 704-806-0909
Downeast Donald Clark 252-747-3814
Durham Cathy Baldwin 919-560-4355
Greensboro Cari Powell 336-253-4956
Hickory TBA 336-852-8577
Lake Norman Michele Lee 704-577-2500
Outer Banks Michele Young-Stone 804-937-8890
Pines-Fayetteville Michelle Benson 919-630-0386
Raleigh David Bell 919-872-4128
Raleigh 12+ Ken Glanville 919-872-4128
Raleigh 8/10U Cheri Kohan 919-872-4128
Rockingham County Liz Luking 336-634-9088
Western North Carolina Lindsay Altizer 828-577-2025
Wilmington Rosanne Boswell 910-617-2725
Winston-Salem TBA 336-852-8577

For more information on USTA Junior Team Tennis please contact Caroline Downs at (336) 852-8577 or

All players have access to TennisLink, the USTA’s online player registration system. TennisLink allows registered players to keep track of their records and stats, as well as scout their competition. Whether on the court or online, USTA Junior Team Tennis builds a passion for a sport kids will be able to play for life.

The costs to participate can vary by local market. Minimum fees include USTA membership (if new member).


Important Links & Documents

2018 Championships

  • North Carolina USTA Junior Team Tennis State Championships - July 13-15 - Cary, NC
  • USTA Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championships - August 10-12 - Rome, GA
  • National USTA Junior Team Tennis Championships (14u) - Nov. 1-4 - Lake Nona, FL
  • National USTA Junior Team Tennis Championships (18u) - Nov. 8-11 - Lake Nona, FL


2018 Junior Team Tennis State Championships

The 2018 JTT State Championships are set to take place July 13-15 in Cary. The tournament, which is expected to draw close to 1,000 players from across the state, features multiple skill levels at the 18U,14U, 12U, 10U and 8U age divisions. For more information on the tournament visit: