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2017 USTA SC JTT Championship Registration Open

Registration is open for the biggest tennis party for kids in the state! The 2017 USTA SC JTT Championships will be held July 14-16 at the Dr. Eddie Floyd Tennis Center in Florence, South Carolina.  Teams that won their local league in the fall, winter or spring season may advance to the state championship.

Players will enjoy a player party, goody bags, giveaways and a special sportsmanship award recognition for sportsmanship displayed throughout the tournament. The tennis extravaganza, which has become a JTT Championships favorite, will include the hit-and-get competition, water slides, a video game truck and fun for the whole family. The Team Spirit/Social Media Competition is also back this year!

Advanced players will receive SC Level-2 points and Southern Level-4 points, and intermediate players will receive SC Level-3 points and Southern Level 5 points for participating in the JTT Championships.  All Championship winning teams from the weekend can advance to the 2017 USTA Southern Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championships, in Rome, Georgia. From there, 14U and 18U teams will play for the chance to go to the USTA JTT National Championships at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida.

Join the 12 teams (over 100 players) who already signed up during the early registration period. 
The deadline to register is June 24. Team managers of eligible teams can register by clicking here. Registration instructions can be found here

Championships volunteers are still needed. Duties include court monitors, tennis extravaganza help, and general event day support.  If you would like to volunteer please contact Rashawn Nelson at

The JTT Championships brings over 250 participants along with their families and coaches to Florence, South Carolina. If you or someone you know would like to sponsor the USTA SC JTT Championships, please contact Emily Russell at

For more information about participating in USTA SC JTT programs, click here

For more information on the state championships, visit