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*NTRP 3.5 & above; player has achieved stroke dependability with directional control on moderate shots, exhibits more aggressive net play, has improved court coverage, and is developing teamwork in doubles.

Players must play in the Advanced division of Jr. Team Tennis if they are listed on the USTA Southern Section 1-300 Standing List for 12s - 18s or the 1-100 Standing List for 10s as of July 31st preceding the current JTT Championship Year (Aug. 1 - July 31). 

8 & Under/10 & Under: Local play only using the QuickStart format (age appropriate equipment, court size, and scoring) to make learning and developing skills fast and easy.  All eligible 8 & Under teams can advance to State Championships.  10 & Under Advanced teams who win their local season may advance to State and Sectional Championships. 



12 & Under, 14 & Under, and 18 & Under: Local play with opportunity for advancement to State and Sectional Championships.

*NTRP is the National Tennis Rating program, which defines the characteristics of a player's level and is the official system for determining the levels of competition for USTA Jr. Team Tennis.