Junior Team Tennis (JTT)- 8U and 10U
JTT LEAGUE GOAL- The JTT league goal is for EVERY child to truly look forward to their tennis matches, and regardless of the outcome, say “Tennis is SO FUN!”
We offer 8U Red Ball; 10U Beginner Orange Ball, 10U Intermediate Orange Ball and 10U Advanced Green Dot Divisions.
Junior Team Tennis (JTT) is offered by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and is made up of co-ed teams with short set scoring.
SEASONS: Fall- typically begin September 28th, and run six to 8 weeks. Spring- typically begin April 5th, and run six to 8 weeks.
For detailed league information, please visit the league's webpage at:
For 8U, players may be old than 9 years of age.
For 10U, players must still be age 10 on 08/31/20
Age eligibility flexibility can be granted at the discretion of the league coordinator.
QUESTIONS? Please contact Lila LaCroix at
or text 804-334-6160
PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST....
This form is to register your interest in playing 8 U or 10 U tennis. Once you register your interest, you will be included on all the emails detailing ways to play youth tennis in Richmond INCLUDING player registration instructions for 8U and 10U JTT as it becomes available.
Parent First & Last Name
Parent email address
Parent Cell Number
Child's First Name
Child's Last Name
How old will your child be on August 31, 2020
This helps decide which division your child is placed. 8U, 10U etc.
What color ball does your child use in tennis clinic when practicing?
Green Dot (usually for advanced players)
Adult Yellow Ball
What is your home tennis "CLUB"?
Where does your child currently take tennis lessons or clinics?
NONE- we do not currently have access to a tennis facility.
ACAC (Southside- Robious and Huguenot)
Avalon Recreation Association (West End- Derbyshire and Gaskins)
Battery Park (downtown)
Bon Air Recreation Association (Southside- Bon Air)
Country Club of Virginia (West End)
City of Richmond Parks & Recs
Church Run Tennis & Swim (West End near Church Road)
Courtside West (West End - Gaskins and Patterson)
Dominion Club (Innsbrook)
East Henrico Rec
Hanover Country Club (Hanover)
Hermitage Country Club (off of Patterson near West Creek)
Jefferson Lakeside (Near Lewis Ginter)
Kanawha (West End- near Forest and River Road)
Kings Charter (Ashland)
Lobs 'N Lessons (Downtown, near Cary and Cherry)
Meadow brook Country Club
Midlothian Tennis Club (MTC- located on southside in Brandermill)
Play Tennis Hanover
Raintree (West End- Gaskins & Quiocasin)
Richmond Country Club- (Far West end off of Patterson near 288)
Ridgetop Recreation Association- West End near Three Chopt and Patterson)
Salisbury Country Club (Southside- Robious and Salisbury Road)
Southampton Recreation Association (Southside- near Huguenot and Cherokee)
Stonehenge- Southside Huguenot and Midlothian
Three Chopt Recreation Association (West End- Forest & Three Chopt Road)
Twin Hickory- Far West End
UTurn- near Staples Mill and Broad
Westwood (West End- Libbie Road and Monument)
Willow Oaks Country Club (Southside- Forest Hill and 195)
Woodlake- Southside in Woodlake Subdivision.
Does your child have access to a facility where they can take tennis lessons?
Yes, we do have access to tennis instruction.
NO, we need to have information sent to us about where we can get tennis instruction.
Would you like information on where your child can take tennis lessons WITHOUT being a member?
In addition to the JTT league, we like to let folks know about all the other ways your kids can play more tennis. The more tennis kids play, the better they get and the more fun they have!
Yes, please send me occasional emails about additional fun ways for my child to play tennis.
No, we have a club and are all set.
Has your child played Junior Team Tennis (JTT) before?
JTT is offered by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and is made up of co-ed teams with short set scoring. The goal for JTT is for each child to truly look forward to their tennis matches, and regardless of the outcome, say “Tennis is SO FUN!”
Yes, my child has played and LOVED JTT tennis before
NO, my child has not play JTT tennis before.
Are you willing to be a Team Parent Volunteer?
Each team needs a Team Parent Volunteer to liaison with league staff. The Team Parent Volunteer confirms which children are available to play each week etc.
YES, I would love to help by being a Team Parent Volunteer
No, sadly I am not able to volunteer.
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