From Juniors to NCAA Tennis
Only a small fraction of accomplished junior players make it to the pros, but you can use tennis to get a good college education. Here are some tips and guidelines for kids and parents on planning for college tennis
Hanging With Junior Tennis
Adults and kids play tennis against each other all the time, usually in the roles of teacher or coach and student, but make no mistake, playing a competitive game against those little guys isn’t as easy as it looks.
How to Win Tennis Sponsorship
Marketing yourself to potential sponsors.
IMG Tennis Scholarships for India´s Talent
The All India Tennis Association (AITA) goes into partnership with IMG Reliance to develop grassroots tennis in India.
Is Your Junior Ready For Bollettieri's?
Juniors flock from all over the world with hopes of becoming the next Andre Agassi or Anna Kournikova. Does your junior have what it takes to go to the next level?
Junior Tennis Camps and Academies
If you have a junior tennis player who wants to improve their game, you may want to consider a junior tennis camp or academy.
Junior Tennis Rackets
Picking a tennis racket for your kid is the first step to introducing them to the great game of tennis.
Kid Sized Tennis
It used to be that kids played tennis in an adult world, with full size equipment on a standard court. Well that’s all changed and now is a great time to be a young player just starting out in tennis.
Making the High School Tennis Team
High school tennis is great for kids to learn about the game and competition, and it also offers an invaluable team experience in an otherwise individual sport. Find out how to make the team.
The definition of corporate sponsorship and its benefit to tennis and other sports
Tips for Tennis Parents
If you’re a parent watching your child learn tennis be sure to take an active role in their development because the more you know about tennis the more you can share with your child.
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