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10 and Under Tennis: Developing Players on the Red Court November 7, 2012

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10 and Under Tennis: Developing Players on the Red Court

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The video features USPTA Professional Craig Jones, USTA Director of Youth Play and Competition, discussing how to teach kids using the red ball on the 36-foot court. This is an excerpt of the “10 and Under Tennis: Developing Players on the Red Court” episode of the “On Court with USPTA” TV show series.


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This week’s tip is a segment of the “10 and Under Tennis: Developing Players on the Red Court” episode of the “On Court with USPTA” TV show. This episode features USPTA Professional Craig Jones, USTA Director of Youth Play and Competition, explaining how to teach kids on the 36-foot court using the red ball. The episode covers the specifications for play, the characteristics of the age group and the teaching progressions when working with children who are 8 and younger. The right instruction and making learning fun will allow kids to be successful and develop into lifelong players.

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